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  • EMERGENCY NOTICE OF WATER SUPPLY DISRUPTION AT SIPITANG

    isruption period : 19 September 2020 (Saturday). Date: Until the water river level is back to normal. Purpose :Temporary reduction in treated water production at Loji Rawatan Air Kg. Bangkap, Sipitang Water Treatment Plant due to low water level at Sg. Padas. For further enquiries, please contact Careline at 088-326888 (24 Hours).

  • EMERGENCY NOTICE OF WATER SUPPLY DISRUPTION AT TULID

    isruption period : 19 September 2020 (Saturday). Date: Until works is complete. Kerja:Temporary shut down of Tulid, Sook Water Treatment Plant due to burst pipe at pump booster.. For further enquiries, please contact Careline at 088-326888 (24 Hours).

  • EMERGENCY NOTICE OF WATER SUPPLY DISRUPTION AT SIPITANG

    Disruption period : 19 September 2020 (Saturday). Date: 2:00 p.m. until repair work is completed.. Kerja:To repair the burst pipe measuring 6 inch HDPE at Workshop JJ, Sipitang. For further enquiries, please contact Careline at 088-326888 (24 Hours).

  • EMERGENCY NOTICE OF WATER SUPPLY DISRUPTION AT KENINGAU

    Disruption period : 19 September 2020 (Saturday). Date: Until the electricity supply is fully recovered. Purpose:Temporary shutdown of Sook I dan II Water Treatment Plant due to power failure.. For further enquiries, please contact Careline at 088-326888 (24 Hours).

  • SIJIL SIRIM ISO/IEC27001.2013 (JANS TELIBONG II)
  • SIJIL SIRIM ISO/IEC27001.2013 (JANS KK)
  • SIJIL SIRIM ISO/IEC27001.2013 (JANS ICT)
  • Sijil Penyertaan 'Information Security Management System (ISMS) Certification Scheme'
  • Pertandingan Laman Web Terbaik Negeri Sabah

Save Water! Wasted Water Cost Money

Did You Know?

Water covers ¾ of the Earth’s surface. Nearly 97% of the Earth’s water is salt water unfit for human consumption. Another 2% is stored as freshwater in glaciers, ice cover and snowy mountain ranges. Only 1% of the Earth’s water can be recycled for commerce, agriculture, and domestic and public use.

Two-thirds of our body weight is water, while our blood and brains are 90% and 85% water respectively. Humans can go several weeks without food, but cannot survive more than several days without water. To maintain your health, you should drink at least 8 glasses (2 litres) of water a day.

Smart Ways to Save Water

Using more water-efficient products in the home not only saves water, it cuts down on water and energy bills and helps the environment as well.

IN THE BATHROOMS

  • Turn off the tap while brushing your teeth and wash your mouth with a glassful of water.
  • Turn off the showerhead when applying soap on your body. A water-efficient showerhead may use as little as 7 litres of water per minute, compared to 15-25 litres/min. of a standard showerhead.
  • Clean the bathroom floor with a mop and a bucket of water. Avoid splashing water. Use a dual-flush water-saving toilet system: a half-flush uses only 3 litres of water compared to 12 liters for a typical single-flush toilet
  • Put some food colouring in the cistern. If the toilet bowl is stained the same colour, the cistern leaks and should be repaired immediately.

IN THE KITCHEN

  • Wash vegetables and fruits in a basin and reuse the washwater for your garden.
  • While Typical taps discharge 15-18 litres per minute, low-flow models use as little as 2 litres/min.

USING WASHING MACHINE

  • Use a full load for every wash. Or use the load selector so that the volume fits the load.
  • A water-efficient machine (usually a front loader) may use 1/3 the volume of a typical top-loading machine

OUTSIDE

  • Use a bucket of water and cloth/rag to wash your car. Use a hose with adjustable nozzle when wiping the car.
  • Use a broom to clean the pathway to your house. Avoid using water.
  • Use a hose with an adjustable nozzle or a garden watering can to water your plants.
  • Tighten the hose clamp so that no water leaks.
  • Collect rainwater and use it to water your plants. Avoid using pipe water for the plants.