Klang, Shah Alam and Kuala Lumpur to Experience Water Disruption on 16 March

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Klang, Shah Alam and Kuala Lumpur to Experience Water Disruption on 16 March

A number of areas in Klang, Shah Alam and Kuala Lumpur will experience water disruptions on 16 March. According to Bernama, this is due to upgrading works.

Syarikat Bekalan Air Selangor Sdn Bhd (Syabas) said that the whole of Section 25 in Shah Alam will experience water disruption on 16 March, from 9pm until 6am, the next day.

Affected areas in Klang include Taman Sentosa, Jalan Raja Nong, Specialist Medical Center, Jalan Sungai Jati, Taman Bijaya and Sekolah Menengah Tinggi Hishamuddin. The disruption will begin at 9pm on March 16, and last until 11am, the following day.

In Kuala Lumpur, affected areas are Pandan Jaya, Pandan Utama, Pandan Cahaya, Taman Bakti, Taman Cempaka, Taman Cahaya, Taman Nirwana, Taman Dagang, Taman Putra Sulaiman, several parts of Kampung Pandan Dalam, Jalan Duta Government Offices Complex, Duta Kensington Park, Changkat Kiara Bayu, Changkat Kiara Surya, Prima Duta, Menara Duta, Duta Ria, Segambut Dalam, Segambut Tengah and Segambut Bahagia. This will take place from 9pm on 16 March until 9am, the following day.

Taman SPPK Segambut, Taman Segambut, Taman Bukit Segambut, Taman Indah Murni, Bukit Prima Pelangi, Jalan Kelapa Bulan, Jalan Kelapa Hijau, Jalan Kelapa, Sunrise; Mont Kiara, Sri Sinar, Sri Bintang, Bukit Sri Bintang, Taman Prima Impian and Anjung Tiara will experience a disruption of water supply from 9pm on March 16 until 12pm, the next day.

Source: Bernama

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Nick Morgan

Good work, Malaysia, you’re clearly doing things right…

80% of the country floods every year, yet there’s no infrastructure in place to mitigate the damage to affected parts; and still there’s no process to avoid water disruption in unaffected parts, even though year after year it happens time and time again.

But hey, next year might be different, right?!

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