KUALA LUMPUR: Restoration of water supply in affected areas following odour pollution at the Jenderam Hilir raw water pump station, has reached 95% as of 6pm Monday (Dec 26).

Pengurusan Air Selangor Sdn Bhd (Air Selangor), in a statement, said 21 areas in Petaling and two in Sepang have yet to receive water supply.

“The duration for restoring water supply varies from one area to another, depending on the location and distance of the user’s location,” according to the statement.

It said water supply for areas affected involving the Bukit Tampoi water treatment plant (WTP) was fully restored at noon today while areas affected by the temporary work stoppage at the Sungai Semenyih WTP are expected to be fully restored by 6am tomorrow (Dec 27).

Air Selangor advised users who have water supply restored to let the tap run until it is clear, before the water is fit for daily use.

Consumers can obtain information regarding scheduled water supply interruptions from time to time through official communication channels, such as the Air Selangor app on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter or call Air Selangor (15300).

A total of 472 areas in five regions experienced unscheduled water disruption from 7am on Dec 24 following the odour pollution.- Bernama