1 OVERVIEW OF THE. WATER SERVICES INDUSTRY . IN malaysia . BY. MDM. NOR AINI ABDUL WAHAB. DEPUTY SECRETARY- SECRETARY-GENERAL. (GREEN TECHNOLOGY AND WATER ). MINISTRY OF ENERGY, GREEN TECHNOLOGY AND WATER , malaysia . 14 FEBRUARY 2011. OUTLINE OF PRESENTATION. 1 BACKGROUND. 2 AREAS OF CONCERN. 3 THE WAY FORWARD. 2. BACKGROUND. ROLE OF KETTHA FOR THE WATER SECTOR. ECONOMIC TRANFORMATION PLAN. malaysia DEVELOPMENT PLAN. MINISTRY S STRATEGIC PLAN 2010 2015. FOR THE WATER SECTOR. 3. ROLE OF KETTHA (MINISTRY OF ENERGY, GREEN TECHNOLOGY AND WATER ). Formulation and implementation of national WATER policy. Planning and developing strategic directions.
2 Formulating licensing and supervising policy and framework. Planning, evaluating and monitoring development projects. Create a regulatory system that is dynamic and progressive. Ensure a suitable environment for the development of the WATER service INDUSTRY 4. ECONOMIC TRANSFORMATION. PROGRAMME. KEY PERFORMANCE INDICATORS. malaysia DEVELOPMENT PLANS. KETTHA'S STRATEGIC PLAN 2010-2015. 5. WATER SERVICES INDUSTRY ROADMAP. 8th Plan Period 9th Plan Period 10th Plan Period (2001-2005) (2006-2010) (2011-2015). Stabilization Consolidation Towards Efficiency Privatisation and Operationalisation of Tariff setting mechanism corporatization of state SPAN to allow full cost recovery WATER authorities Enforcement of WSIA to be fully phased in by Planning for 2006 2013.
3 Restructuring of WATER Transfer of WATER related Integration of WATER SERVICES INDUSTRY assets to PAAB at supply and sewerage -amendments to Federal negotiated value and SERVICES Constitution development of new Initial efforts towards WATER infrastructure introduction of integrated Service providers WATER and sewerage become asset light and tariffs focus on efficiency and effectiveness 6. WATER MANAGEMENT IN malaysia . PRE-AMENDMENTS TO THE FEDERAL. CONSTITUTION. 7. WATER MANAGEMENT IN malaysia . POST-AMENDMENTS TO THE FEDERAL. CONSTITUTION. 8. MANAGEMENT OF SEWERAGE SERVICES . IN malaysia . 9. PRINCIPAL ROLE OF FEDERAL AND. STATE GOVERNMENTS.
4 Body Area of Description responsibility Federal Policy matters Development of a holistic WATER Government policy for the country by setting policy directions. State Government WATER resources Manage existing WATER basins with matters the view of protecting the quality of raw WATER and identifying new WATER basins when required. National WATER Governance matters Ensures coordination with the Resources various State Governments in the Council (NWRC) management of the WATER resources. Suruhanjaya Regulatory matters Regulate the whole WATER INDUSTRY Perkhidmatan Air based on the policy directions set Negara (SPAN) out by the Federal Government.
5 Promote an efficiency driven regime 10. INTRODUCING REGULATORY REGIME. WATER SERVICES NATIONAL WATER . INDUSTRY ACT 2006 SERVICES . (WSIA) COMMISSION. PAAB PENGURUSAN. INDAH WATER . ASET AIR BERHAD - KONSORTIUM. ( WATER MANAGEMENT. BERHAD. AGENCY). 11. AREAS OF CONCERN. Ensure coverage and sustainability of quality WATER Operational efficiency High operation and of the WATER INDUSTRY maintenance cost High non revenue WATER (NRW). 12. THE WAY FORWARD. ETP. Regionalization of treatment plants Operation and maintenance Waste to wealth Non Revenue WATER Green fees Consumer 13. To create a holistic and viable WATER SERVICES INDUSTRY with the proficiency to deliver an efficient and excellent WATER and sewerage service 14.
6 Thank you 15. SEWERAGE MANAGEMENT. IN malaysia . Presentation to PPP Council for Overseas WATER Infrastructure Evolution of Sewerage Systems in malaysia Prior to 1950-s Technology Fully Pour Flush Septic Tank Imhoff Tank OP/AL Activated Sludge/ Mechanised Biological Filters Plants 1950-s 1960-s 1970-s 1980-s 1990-s 2000 Year Early Days in Malaya Primitive / Primary Treatment Partial / Full Secondary Treatment Future Tertiary Treatment (Address Public Health) (Address River Pollution) (Address Environment). The sewerage technology in malaysia has improved significantly within a span of over 5 decades 2. Progressive Development of malaysia 's Sewerage SERVICES Past Present Potential Protect Public Health Protect WATER Resources Preserve Environment Priority Levels Protect WATER Protect WATER Protect WATER Public Health Public Health Public Health Environment Environment Environment Resources Resources Resources Evolution No Tariff Current Tariff Green Tariff 1.
7 Poor hygiene Domestic Charge of RM2 1. Conserving the 2. WATER pollution to month does not cover environment operating costs: 2. Reducing pollution 3. WATER Borne Diseases: 1. O&M 3. Increase level of Diarrhea 2. Collection health through Worm Infections, 3. Conveyance RM8 per sanitary standards Cholera Equipment 4. Mitigate climate Typhoid Replacements change via Stunted Growth 4. Depreciation conservation&. Death 5. Planning limiting waste 6. Monitoring 5. Sustainable sewerage 7. Administration etc. management 3. Sewerage Management in malaysia 4. Governance Structure for Sewerage SERVICES Ministry of Energy, Ministry of Finance Green Technology & Ministry of Natural WATER Resources &.
8 100% Equity Environment Govt. Support Loan & Subsidy Regulator of Regulator of Sewerage SERVICES Effluent standards Policy & Control of 1. Sewerage SERVICES 2. Operator in 88 Local National Sewerage Authority Areas. Agenda 3. Sewerage SERVICES Billing &. Collection. 4. Undertakes Refurbishment/. Upgrading Projects Funded by Govt. 5. Areas of IWK Coverage and Resources Labuan Langkawi Alor Setar PERLIS. KANGAR. KUBANG. IWK TOTAL OPERATIONAL AREA AND POPULATION. PASU. KOTA. SETAR. PADANG. TERAP. THAILAND TUMPA. SERVED (As at December 2010). SIK KOTA BHARU. PENDANG PASIR MAS. BACHOK AREA % POPULATION %. YAN. KEDAH PASIR. KUALA TANAH PUTEH.
9 MUDA. SUNGAI. PETANI. DAERAH. BALING. JELI. MERAH. MACHANG. BESUT. (Sq. Km) EQUIVALENT. Penang KULIM. HULU. PERAK. KUALA. KRAI. SETIU (PE). PULAU SELAMA KUALA. BANDAR. PINANG KELANTAN. BAHARU. PERAK HULU. TERENGGANU. TERENGGANU. MARANG. IWK 68, 19,134,331 KERIAN GUA. MUSANG. LARUT. &. MATANG. KUALA. KANGSAR TERENGGANU NON-IWK 63, 7,361,729 Taiping DUNGUN. MANJUNG. KINTA. CAMERON. HIGHLANDS. LIPIS. TOTAL 132, 26,695,297 Ipoh PERAK. TENGAH JERANTUT KEMAMAN. * Exclusive of million population utilising primitive (pour flush) systems BATANG. PADANG. HILIR PERAK. RAUB. PAHANG KUANTAN. SABAK. BERNAM HULU. Gombak SELANGOR MARAN. KUALA TEMERLUH.
10 SELANGOR. SELANGOR PEKAN. BENTUNG. Kuantan 1. No. of Unit Office: 18. Klang 2. No. of Reporting Center: 48. PETALING. HULU JELEBU. LANGAT. KUALA. Kuala Lumpur 3. No. of Laboratory facility: 3. LANGAT ROMPIN. SEREMBAN JEMPOL. SEPANG KUALA. PILAH. Langat PORT. DICKSON. REMBAU. ALOR. GAJAH. TAMPIN. SEGAMAT. 4. No. of Certification Office: 11. MELAKA Skudai MELAKA. TENGAH. JASIN. MUAR JOHOR. MERSING. 5. No. of Regional Planning Office: 4. Seremban BATU. PAHAT. KOTA. 6. No. of Staff: 2,733. 7. No. of Vehicle owned: 559. TINGGI. PONTIAN. Shah Alam Melaka JOHOR BHARU. 8. No of Local Authorities Served: 88. SINGAPURA. Kluang 6. IWK's Assets and Population Equivalent Served Types of Treatment Plants 4,374 no.