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Friday, 23 December 2016

Syabas issue message stating Water supply fully restored in all areas


Water supply fully restored in all areas, says Syabas


NST

KUALA LUMPUR: The water supply to areas affected by the partial shutdown of the Sungai Selangor Phase 1,2 and 3 Water Treatment Plants following the Tenaga Nasional Berhad maintenance work at Bukit Gadong Main Intake Substation, has been completely restored at 1 pm today.
According to the statement issued by Syarikat Bekalan Air Selangor Sdn Bhd (Syabas), the scheduled water supply to consumers according to two zones had accelerated the water supply restoration process.
However, a few areas in Gombak, namely Taman TAR, Ampang Jaya, Kampung Dato Mufti, Menara Mutiara Taman TAR and Taman Bukit Indah are currently experiencing temporary water interruption following pipe burst in the vicinity and efforts are being undertaken to expedite the repair work and recovery in these areas, the statement said.
Syabas said the pipe incident was an isolated case and not related to the water supply disruption in areas which were involved in the Water Supply Recovery Schedule.
"The water supply distribution system will be closely monitored to ensure sufficient water supply and optimum water pressure in the main pipelines, as well as satisfactory water levels in the service reservoirs," it said.
Consumers can refer to www.syabas.com.my, the mySYABAS smartphone app, Air Selangor Facebook or Twitter page to get the latest information on water supply. - BERNAMA
Safety audit report on old hospitals to be completed next month
MUAR: The safety audit report on old hospital buildings nationwide is expected to be completed and submitted to the Health Ministry next month.
Deputy Health Minister Datuk Seri Dr Hilmi Yahaya said the directive was issued to five concessionaires, which handled the maintenance work, to check the hospitals under their care.
"They were asked to check the wiring, electrical, plumbing and gas system to ensure that they are in good condition. If not, they need to be repaired or replaced. We will study the report," he told reporters after opening the Johor branch of the Malaysian Cancer Foundation Office in Marina Bay Complex Square here today.
The safety audit has been conducted on 48 hospitals nationwide, which are more than 50 years old, following the fire incident at Sultanah Aminah Hospital (HSA) on Oct 25, which killed six people.
The hospitals included HSA, Batu Gajah Hospital, Kuala Lumpur Hospital, Balik Pulau Hospital and Penang Hospital.
On the fire at HSA, Dr Hilmi said the ministry was still discussing the follow-up action.
Meanwhile, Dr Hilmi said the opening of the office would intensify efforts to help cancer patients in the state.
He said it would also help to expand the awareness campaign on cancer, the non-infectious disease where the number of cases is expected to rise by 2030. -- Bernama
© New Straits Times Press (M) Bhd

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