Wednesday, March 7, 2018

Frequent Selangor Water Disruptions: What Are Syabas And The Water Authorities Doing?

Selangor folks have to endure frequent water disruptions for one reason or another. This is most frustrating and really unacceptable for Bolehland's supposedly most developed state.

What are Syabas and the water authorities doing? Are they sleeping on their job?

The current water supply disruption affecting Selangor folks was supposed to have not lasted beyond a day. The water disruption was supposedly to do repair works  at the Sungai Selangor Phase 3 water treatment plant.

Why was the need for the repairs? What necessitated them? And what to?

Now we are being informed that the disruption might be prolonged to Sunday because, after repairs were done, the surge vessel system at the plant burst.

What the hell is a surge vessel system? Ok, ok, don't tell us.

But what caused the burst? What, who caused it? Had there been any negligence or indifference?

And why can't repairs to the burst surge system be done speedily?

After the burst surge system pipe (s)? are taken care of, would something else happen that will further delay restoration of water supply?

Just get on with whatever needs to be done and do it well and speedily and stop being such  a frequent pain in the you know where to your long suffering consumers, will you?!

Bucking up and being reliable is always good for everyone.

Update: 8/3/2018 8.30 am

Haha...one Selangor MP has now been reported to have said that everything is ok with the Selangor water crisis. Of course YB, it is ok if you don't have water for a week. What is there to complain. A week is nothing. Afraid to use the toilet, afraid even to wash your hands. No problem, we could all answer nature's call in the open. Use banana leaves to wipe our butts the nature's way. Drink from the potable longkang water and wash our bodies in the drains. Just don't talk nonsense. Any water disruption is not ok. Any disruption of a critical public service is not ok. Period.

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