World Water Day has always been a much-anticipated event for us. It is the largest platform and opportunity for Water Watch Penang (WWP) to spread awareness on water issues and to an important extent, the environment. However, the emergence of COVID-19 has forced us as well as many other organisations to halt physical gatherings such as the one WWP intended to execute on the 4th of April 2020.Continue reading
We regretfully announce that this year’s World Water Day has been postponed until further notice due to the threat and spread of Covid-19 in the country. We humbly apologise for any inconvenience caused.
All related World Water Day events hence are put on hold. Do refer to our Facebook page or website for further updates.
With the current COVID-19 pandemic affecting millions around the world, many have started frequent hand-washing to combat the disease.
While this is good to prevent infection and spreading, the act itself has led to a vast increase in unnecessary water consumption.Continue reading
Listen to the BFM Podcasts of Prof Chan Ngai Weng, the President of Water Watch Penang, on the illegal dumping site that was discovered along Sungai Muda, which is a main water source for Kedah and Penang. The area is filled with e-waste, raising concerns of a looming pollution crisis amid a water shortage caused by the current dry spell in the region.
Water Watch Penang (WWP) in collaboration with Majlis Bandaraya Seberang Perai (MBSP), have organised the Penang Secondary School Water Quiz Competition 2019 on the 15th November 2019. A total of 65 students from 13 secondary schools in Penang, participated in this competition, hosted and sponsored by Auto City, Penang.Continue reading