More to enjoy treated water supply
By:Natasha Jee
Date:
Limbang Berawan TP

LIMBANG: More people in Limbang will be enjoying treated water supply with the recent completion of the Berawan Water Treatment Plant. 

Chief Minister Datuk Patinggi Abang Johari Tun Openg visited the plant yesterday.  

“With the availability of the new water treatment plant in Berawan, Limbang will have a production of 40 Millions of Litres per Day (MLD),” he told a press conference after attending a briefing on the project.   

He said that the current treated water supply was only 20 MLD. 

He added the new water treatment plant would be able to supply water to the surrounding areas in Limbang. 

However, within these two weeks, those in charge of the water treatment plant were still testing the water quality.

“I believe the water quality will be good and that there will be no water problems in Limbang district,” said the chief minister.

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