Tuesday, January 26, 2021

Air Selangor

Long, winding road to solving Selangor’s water crisis

There may be no quick fix to the seemingly never-ending disruptions to water supply plaguing the state.

Bekalan air di Lembah Klang pulih sepenuhnya

Pihak Air Selangor berkata mereka menghargai kesabaran pengguna di kawasan terjejas.

Bekalan air di lebih 800 kawasan Lembah Klang pulih

Ia meliputi 69% daripada 1,279 kawasan yang mengalami gangguan bekalan air.

Water supply back in 69% of affected areas

Air Selangor says efforts are being made to restore supply to the remaining 391 areas.

Bekalan air Lembah Klang pulih pukul 3 petang

Pengguna dijangka menerima kembali bekalan air secara berperingkat.

RM5,000 reward for information leading to arrest of Selangor water polluters

Environment and Water Minister Tuan Ibrahim Tuan Man says the reward is in line with the government's commitment to Budget 2021.

Restoration of water supply to begin at 3pm

TON readings of zero have been recorded three times in a row since 2.40am.

Klang Valley taps may run dry again

Water authorities detected pollution at two treatment plants this afternoon.

8 men remanded a week over Sungai Selangor pollution

They include a company director and his father.

Bekalan air di Hulu Selangor pulih

Sebanyak 90 peratus daripada 1,292 kawasan yang mengalami gangguan bekalan air di Lembah Klang kini pulih.

Polis buka kertas siasatan berhubung pencemaran bau Sungai Selangor

Siasatan masih di peringkat awal dan sampel air perlu diambil untuk dianalisis bagi mengetahui punca atau lokasi sebenar pencemaran itu berlaku.

Bekalan air dijangka mula disalurkan esok pagi, kata Air Selangor

Air Selangor memohon kerjasama pengguna agar menggunakan air secara berhemat bagi memastikan proses pemulihan berjalan lancar.

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Death toll hits 700 as recoveries still outstrip new cases

3,585 new cases, 4,076 recoveries with 280 in ICU.

Indonesia passes one million Covid-19 cases

There are reports of patients being unable to access ICUs and isolation rooms due to high demand – a shortage underscored by an East Java city's move to outfit a train carriage to accommodate the sick.

Putrajaya on alert after cyberattack threat

A group calling itself 'Anonymous Malaysia' has threatened to carry out cyberattacks on government websites and online assets, saying authorities are ignoring data security.

Philippine president tells kids to stay home and watch TV

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has reimposed a ban on children aged 10 to 14 leaving home, a move which others say could hamper economic recovery.