Fifty areas in Petaling district to face unscheduled water disruption

Malaysia



PETALING JAYA: A total of 50 areas in the Petaling district will face a temporary water cut following a broken pipe incident at Jalan Kerinci Junction in Bukit Angkasa on Thursday (Aug 6) night.

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Air Selangor said in a statement that the water disruption will begin at midnight for repair works.

“Water supply will resume after the repair works are completed and Air Selangor expects a full restoration of water supply at 6pm on Friday (Aug 7).

“Trucks carrying water tanks will be mobilised to the affected areas to assist affected consumers,” it said.

Air Selangor will continue to update the status of water supply from time to time through its communication channels on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Air Selangor app and its website at www.airselangor.com.

The affected areas are:

1. Taman OUG

2. Bukit OUG

3. Taman Perindustrian OUG

4. Taman Bukit Indah

5. Taman Nam Fong

6. Taman Tan Yew Lai

7. Pusat Perniagaan Kinrara & Apartment Lavender

8. Taman Kinrara

9. Taman Lucky Puchong

10. Taman Pandyan

11. Taman Kanagapuram (Seksyen 18 PJ)

12. Seputeh

13. Taman Halimahton

14. Taman Bukit Desa

15. Taman Lee Yan Lian

16. Petaling Bahagia

17. Taman Bukit Indah

18. Taman Desa

19. Taman Angkasa Puchong

20. Taman Puchong Indah

21. Gasing Indah

22. Jalan Klang Lama Batu 3 hingga 8

23. Taman Seri Sentosa:

24. Taman Kandan

25. Kuarters JKR Batu 6 1/2 Puchong

26. Kem TUDM Kinrara

27. Taman Park Siong

28. PJ New Town

29. PJ Old Town

30. Seksyen 1 until Seksyen 8 PJ

31. Seksyen 9 -13 PJ

32. Seksyen 52

33. Jalan Gasing

34. Jalan Tandang

35. Jalan Kilang

36. Lorong Asrama Pantai Dalam

37. Kampung Pasir

38. Kampung Dato Tatah

39. Pantai Dalam

40. Pantai Hill Park

41. Pantai Permai

42. Angkasapuri

43. Kerinchi

44. KL Gate Way Kerinchi

45. Rumah Pangsa PKNS Pantai Dalam

46. Seksyen 22, PJ

47. Seksyen 14, PJ

48. Seksyen 51A

49. SS9

50. Parts of SS9A





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