Emergency repairs on burst pipe in Salak Tinggi completed, says Air Selangor

KUALA LUMPUR (Oct 19): Emergency repairs on a burst pipe near Simpang 3 LBJ, Jalan B48, Kampung Chinchang in Salak Tinggi, Sepang were completed at 2pm on Tuesday.

Pengurusan Air Selangor Sdn Bhd (Air Selangor) corporate communications head Elina Baseri said in a statement that water supply had been restored to consumers from 2.30pm in stages in 145 areas in Sepang and 11 areas in Kuala Langat after repairs were finished. 

“Water supply is scheduled to be fully restored by 10am, Wednesday, Oct 20,” she said.

According to Elina, the period of disruption and restoration of water supply varied with the distance of a consumer’s location and the water pressure of the distribution system.

She said Air Selangor had mobilised water tankers to the affected areas with priority accorded to critical services like hospitals, dialysis centres and funeral ceremonies.

She advised consumers to maintain physical distancing and use face masks when collecting water from the lorry tankers.

Elina said consumers can refer to all official communication channels such as the Air Selangor app, Facebook, Instagram and Twitter or contact Air Selangor's hotline at 15300 for the latest information on the incident.

Enquiries and complaints can be directed to the help centre at website or the Air Selangor app, she said.

Get the latest news @

Subscribe to our Telegram channel for the latest stories and updates 

Click here for more property stories

Looking for properties to buy or rent? With >150,000 exclusive listings, including undervalued properties, from vetted Pro Agents, you can now easily find the right property on Malaysia's leading property portal EdgeProp! You can also get free past transacted data and use our proprietary Edge Reference Price tool, to make an informed purchase.
  1. Water supply to 13 affected areas in Kuala Lumpur restored, says Air Selangor
  2. Water supply in 156 areas to resume from 6.30pm on Tuesday, says Air Selangor
  3. Water supply disruption at 156 areas due to burst pipe