Klang Valley residents has faced several water disruptions this year and there will be another scheduled water disruption on Monday, December 19. More than 3.8 million Klang Valley residents are expected to face water drought and are advised to stock up water supplies in advance.

The National Water Services Commission (SPAN) CEO, Datuk Mohd Ridhuan Ismail said that the disruption is due to maintenance works carried out by TNB to install a protective arc system. Maintenance work is carried out every 3 years so as to prevent any malfunction at the plants.

The affected areas of water disruption are:

1. Petaling

2. Klang

3. Shah Alam

4. Gombak

5. Hulu Selangor

6. Kuala Selangor

7. Kuala Lumpur

The disruption is expected to last from December 18, 8am-midnight. Water will be restored in stages.
Feature Image Credit: Ghazali Kori
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