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SHAH ALAM -- The Selangor government should focus more on efforts to ensure there is adequate water supply in the state than on the restructuring of the water industry, the state Barisan Nasional (BN) coordinator, Datuk Seri Mohd Zin Mohamed said.
He said that despite the restructuring of the state water industry, the state government had yet to make known its plan to ensure the supply of treated water in Selangor was adequate to meet the people and industrial needs.
Until now, Menteri Besar Tan Sri Abdul Khalid Ibrahim still denied that the treated water reserve in the state was low, he told reporters after briefing taxi drivers on the 1Malaysia People's Taxi (TR1MA) programme to be held at the Bukit Jalil National Stadium on June 24.
Mohd Zin said the suggestion by the state government to use underground water and from mining ponds would be useless if the water treatment plants could not accommodate the water capacity.
"The 33 water treatment plants in Selangor have almost reached the optimum capacity and some are already overloaded," he added. -- Bernama