As the work nears completion, water will be restored on time.

Air Selangor reports that the asset maintenance and replacement works at the Sungai Selangor Phase 1 WTP (SSP1 WTP), are proceeding according to schedule.

It said that as of yesterday afternoon, 63.1% had been completed and the full completion is expected by 7pm.

Water supply in affected areas is expected to recover at approximately 20% by 3pm yesterday and 90% by 3am today. Full recovery should be achieved by noon.

After the main water distribution system is stabilized and all works have been completed, it will be possible to distribute supplies to consumers at a later date.

Air Selangor stated in a press release that the duration of the water supply disruption in affected areas and its recovery will depend on the location of consumer premises and water pressure in the distribution system. The company said that 105 static and 95 mobile water tankers were deployed to hospitals, clinics and dialysis centers, as well as for funeral services.

A list of affected places and their scheduled full recovery times can be found at https://www.airselangor.com/wp-content/uploads/2024/06/Lampiran-A-1.pdf.

Online, consumers praised Air Selangor’s efforts to maintain the schedule and to provide constant updates to the public.

“Well done! “That’s the fastest service u guys have ever done,” wrote Putri in the Facebook comments section.

“Very Good Work from Air Selangor’s Facebook Page… Up to Date.” Now, consumers can see how far they have come. Farrah Jamludin, a Facebook user, posted “Good job”.

Some also expressed their concern about the different stages of water supply restoration. Facebook user Michelle Chang complained: “Air Selangor makes people’s life difficult. 1 day is not enough. Others need 2 to 3-days to recover fully.”

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