KUALA LUMPUR: Twenty-two of 33 affected areas are now free of foul-smelling water, the Selangor water management company Air Selangor said today.
It said in a statement today that monitoring, inspection, pool and distribution system cleaning activities were still under way to ensure that all areas affected by the foul-smelling water supply had fully recovered.
“As of 6 pm today, 71 new complaints have been received and action is being taken for the sampling and testing process and cleaning of the piping system in the area and premises where the complaints came from.
“Customers in areas that have undergone the cleaning process are advised to contact us if they are still experiencing an offensive smell in the water supply,” he said.
The 11 areas still affected are Puchong Prima, Seri Kembangan and Saujana Puchong in the Petaling district; Bukit Puchong, Bukit Puchong II, Seri Kembangan, Kota Warisan, Salak Tinggi and Taman Mawar BB Salak Tinggi in Sepang district; Bangi Section 3 in Hulu Langat district and Saujana Putra, Kuala Langat.
He said Air Selangor would continue to provide updates and status from time to time and consumers could call 15300 or WhatsApp to 019-2800919/ 019-2816793 for assistance.