Water disruption in Klang Valley on 24th April

  • 19 Apr 2019
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The residents of Klang Valley needs to brace themselves as there will be a 86-hour water disruption in 577 areas from 24th April onward.

This disruption is due to the upgrading works at the Selangor River Phase 2 Water Treatment Plant (LRA SSP2), which will affect the residents in Klang, Shah Alam, Petaling, Gombak, Kuala Lumpur, Kuala Langat, and Kuala Selangor districts.

The upgrading works will be conducted from 9am to 11pm and almost 50% of the affected places are expected to receive water supply in stages within 24-hours. 

The 4.14 million residents that might be affected from the water disruption are advised to store water supply needed for atleast 2 days. More details here:

Image credit: AirSelangor

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