A regulating dam.
Two water treatment plants, each located in Rasa and Bukit Badong.
The realignment of Kuala Kubu Bharu - Bukit Freser Road.
Relocation of "Institut Kemahiran Belia Negara" (IKBN).
Relocation of two Orang Asli villages comprising of 84 families.
Excess water that currently flows into the sea, will be stored in the Sungai Selangor regulating dam during the wet season. In the dry season it will be released to ensure a constant and regular supply of raw water to the treatment plants at Rasa and Bukit Badong.
Sungai Selangor Dam and Reservior
Features of the Dam
The impounded dam area is approximately 600 hectares
Gross storage of approximately 235 million cubic meters
A 110m high earth-core rock-filled embarkment dam with a dead storage of 5 million cubic metres
A 375km long, 7m diameter horse shoe shaped diversion tunnel through the left abutment
A 30m wide concrete chute spillway on the left abutment capable of discharging 3000 cubic meters per second of flood water
Dam crest of approximately 800m long
The draw-ff tower, a wet well design with 4 service gates at different depths
Twin 2200mm discharge pipes with flow regulating valves and flowmeters for regulated water releases downstream
The Rasa Water Treatment Plant has the capacity to process raw water for drinking up to 250MLD. It serves the Northern Region of Selangor. The Bukit Badong Treatment Plant serves the Klang Valley area and has a capacity of 800MLD.
Rasa and Bukit Badong Water Treatment Plants
The SSP3 Water Treatment Plants are designed and built with up-to-date and modern automated water treatment technologies to provide reliability and operational efficiency.
The re-alignment of the Kuala Kubu Bharu - Fresers Hill Road (Federal Route 55) was completed and opened to the public in 2001 and handed over to the Federal Government in 2002.
Length - 7m dual carriageway with 2m paved shoulders
Width - 7m dual carriageway with 2m paved shoulders
Alignment - To JKR Standard R3
Standards - 50kph design speed for mountainous terrain and 60kph design speed for rolling terrain