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Four Suspects Linked To Latest Water Disruption Arrested For Dumping Of Chemical Waste

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Four individuals have been arrested in relation to the latest water disruption caused by industrial waste that was detected at Sungai Selangor.

A 40-year-old woman and three men aged 33 to 43 years old were arrested in Gombak, Damansara and Kelana Jaya between midnight and early this morning, according to Head of the Selangor Criminal Investigation Department, Datuk Fadzil Ahmat.

Preliminary investigation found that the woman, the owner of the company, is registered under the Companies Commission of Malaysia, who rented the premises located at No.32 Jalan Velox 2, Rawang.

On the other hand, the other suspects, an employer and his worker, were storing chemical substances at the rental premises.

It is believed that there were activities of dumping chemical waste into the Indah Water Konsortium sewage hole located at the premises, which is suspected to flow into the contaminated areas, reported Astro Awani.

All the suspects are currently being investigated under Section 430 of the Penal Code and a remand will be applied in Selayang Court this morning.

Meanwhile, Air Selangor has announced that water supply is expected to be fully restored at 3pm today (11 November) in stages after the four water treatment plants started operating again at 2.40am this morning.

The water supply recovery plan will be announced from time to time on all Air Selangor communication platforms.

 

Also read: Could The Recent Water Disruptions Be Caused By The ‘Tidak Apa’ Attitude Of Malaysians?

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