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Air Selangor: Water supply fully restored in Gombak, KL at 57 pct

SHAH ALAM, April 8 — The water supply restoration to the 12 areas in Gombak affected by a scheduled water disruption have been fully restored as of 6am today.

Pengurusan Air Selangor Sdn Bhd (Air Selangor) said efforts to restore water supply to the 46 areas in Kuala Lumpur stood at 57 per cent.

“As at 6am today, a total of 66 per cent which is equivalent to 38 areas, out of 58 areas have received full water supply.

“Water supply for the affected consumers in Gombak region has fully recovered. Meanwhile, a total of 20 areas in the Kuala Lumpur Region have not fully recovered,” the agency said on a status update on its website today.

Air Selangor had reminded the consumers who have received their water supply to use water prudently to allow the recovery process in the other affected areas to run smoothly as scheduled.

“The duration of the disruption and the water supply recovery of the affected areas differ according to the distance of consumers’ premises and the water pressure at the distribution system,” it said.

For more information, visit Air Selangor’s website at Consumers may also refer to Air Selangor’s official communication channels such as the Air Selangor mobile application, Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter, or contact the Air Selangor Customer Contact Centre at 15300.

Previously, Air Selangor had informed that the scheduled valve replacement works in the raw water pipeline from the Klang Gates Dam on April 6 would cause the temporary shutdown of the Bukit Nanas and Wangsa Maju Water Treatment Plants (WTPs).

This had resulted in a 68-hour water supply disruption beginning Tuesday from 9am and is expected to be fully restored to the areas by tomorrow at 5am.

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