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Klang Valley Water Cut: Water Supply To Be Fully Restored By Friday

Klang Valley Water Cut: Water Supply To Be Fully Restored By Friday

PDRM has also confirmed that they are investigating the cause of the pollution.

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Those affected by the recent unexpected water cut in the Klang Valley might have to wait until Friday (23 October) to get their water supply restored.

Air Selangor recently released a water supply recovery plan for the 1,292 affected areas. Dividing the affected localities into three groups, the first group is expected to have water supply restored by 8am, Wednesday (21 October).

The second and third group will have their water supply restored on 22 October and 23 October, respectively.

Find out which group your locality belongs to here.

(Credit: Air Selangor)

In their statement, Air Selangor said that the water treatment process at the Sungai Selangor Phase 1, 2, 3 and Rantau Panjang plants began at 6pm yesterday. These four plants are operating at full output capacity to restore water supply to main pipes and terminal ponds.

Read: Selangor MB: Water Supply To Resume By End Of Day

Air Selangor has since mobilised a total of 91 water tanker trucks to critical premises such as hospitals and dialysis centres, which are also affected by the water cut.

Affected consumers who are still waiting for their water supply to be restored can get water supply assistance through 34 static water tanks, 17 local service centres (Pusat Khidmat Setempat) and 21 public taps. Their locations can be found here.

The company has advised consumers to comply with the standard operating procedures (SOP) under the conditional movement control order (CMCO) when getting water from tanker trucks, service centres and public taps.

Read: Klang Valley CMCO Rules Updated (AGAIN!): Public Parks In KL Can Reopen

Meanwhile, the Royal Malaysian Police (PDRM) has reportedly opened an investigation paper on the pollution incident in Sungai Selangor that resulted in the water supply disruption.

Read: Massive Water Cuts Across Klang Valley (AGAIN!) Today Due To Pollution

According to Selangor police chief, Datuk Noor Azam Jamaludin, water samples have been sent for analysis to determine the cause of pollution.

The process takes time and requires the assistance of experts and forensics. Stern action will be taken against those responsible for causing the pollution.

Datuk Noor Azam Jamaludin via Free Malaysia Today

Speaking to Bernama, he said the investigation is being assisted by Lembaga Urus Air Selangor (LUAS) and the Department of Environment (DoE).

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