How to avoid water leak detectors at the mall

A metal detector will be required at a new mall in Singapore’s southern city of Kota Kinabalu on Wednesday, as part of an attempt to curb the spread of the water-leaking bug.

Kota Kinabalan has been plagued by the bug for several months and has been advised to close down all shops and restaurants in the area, after the Department of Environment and Water Resources warned that the risk of a water leak could exceed one metre.

Water leaks have also been reported in several other malls across the city, including in the heart of the city’s commercial district, the Marina Bay shopping centre.

“The water leak detection devices are a vital tool to prevent a water hazard,” said the Department.

“We want to assure the public that the water is safe, and will not be a threat to them.

We ask people to be cautious when shopping in Kota.”

Kota’s water department has already ordered water meters for the entire area, as well as for nearby residential areas, to be tested, while the department has also issued a public health advisory for those who are concerned about their water supply.

“We are also working to reduce the exposure to water by installing water leak-detecting devices in all public places,” the department said.

The devices are mounted on metal detectors that are placed in areas where water leaks can be detected, and are activated when the water enters the water pipes.

Water leakage detectors can be installed at the entrances of stores, restaurants, cinemas, bars, cinema theatres and the Kota Metro station.

Water leaks can also be detected in the water supply pipes that carry water to the malls.

The water department said it was also installing water monitoring equipment to test water levels in public toilets, at restaurants and other public facilities, and that it was planning to install water-treatment systems to prevent leaks in the pipes.