us apple developer accounts for sale：Air Selangor, IWK in industrial treated water tie-up
,“This means industrial processes and non-food crop agricultural applications do not need to fully depend on treated water from Air Selangor. It is an important step towards optimising water usage, and addressing water supply issues in Selangor, ” said Selangor Chief Minister Datuk Seri Amirudin Shari (pic) at the signing ceremomy between Air Selangor and IWK on March 16. KUALA LUMPUR: Plans are afoot for industrial businesses in Selangor to be supplied with non-potable treated water produced by Central Water Reclamation Sdn Bhd, a special purpose vehicle (SPV) company that is 60% owned by Pengurusan Air Selangor Sdn Bhd (Air Selangor) and 40% owned by Indah Water Konsortium Sdn Bhd (IWK). The bio-effluent treated at IWK’s treatment plants will be supplied to Central Water’s treatment plants, to produce non-potable treated water that can be safely used for industrial purposes. The non-potable treated water produced by Central Water will be distributed by Air Selangor through a dedicated pipe network to industrial businesses in Air Selangor’s operating areas for non-potable use such as industrial processes and non-food crop agricultural applications. The Air Selangor and IWK collaboration, which is supported by the Ministry of Environment and Water and National Water Services Commission (SPAN), brings together Malaysia’s largest water service provider and the national sewerage company. “This means industrial processes and non-food crop agricultural applications do not need to fully depend on treated water from Air Selangor. It is an important step towards optimising water usage, and addressing water supply issues in Selangor, ” said Selangor Chief Minister Datuk Seri Amirudin Shari at the signing ceremomy between Air Selangor and IWK on March 16. Also present were Environment and Water Minister Datuk Seri Tuan Ibrahim Tuan Man, Air Selangor CEO Suhaimi Kamaralzaman and IWK CEO Narendran Maniam. Central Water’s maiden project will be to operate a reclaimed water treatment plant located in Setia Alam, Selangor which can produce four million litres of non-potable treated water per day (MLD). There are also plans to subsequently increase the plant’s production capacity to 7.5 MLD within the 12 months. According to Suhaimi, the investment for the Setia Alam plant was nearly RM15mil. In the pipeline are also plans for reclaimed water production at IWK treatment plants at Pantai 2, Kuala Lumpur and Seksyen 23, Shah Alam. “The Setia Alam plant is supplying to Kossan Rubber Industries Bhd. In the long run, we will also study further investment opportunities to supply reclaimed water to other industries, ” said Suhaimi. Tuan Ibrahim also said the collaboration between Air Selangor and IWK will optimise the nation’s available water resources whilst protecting the environment. It also supports the government’s target to recycle 33% of the nation’s treated effluent by 2030 under the Green Technology Master Plan 2017 – 2030 and is a step towards the ministry’s strategic target to produce 1,500 million litres per day of recycled water from treated bio effluent.
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