Inland waterway navigation is a cruise ship activity that carries goods or passengers to lakes, waterways, canals or rivers located outside the harbor area and the vessel owner is also required to register the vessel with LUAS.
Subject to the provisions of section 42 (1) of the LUAS Enactment 1999, that no person or party, except under and in accordance with the terms and conditions of a license issued under section 59, by drain, pipe or other means, another way to divert the water of any river from its natural flow.
Accordingly, the developer is required to apply for a license to divert water from a river to generate electricity from the Board with the approval of the State Authority under Section 42 (3) and Section 59 (e) of the LUAS Enactment 1999 and the Water Pollution Regulations For Electricity Generation (Selangor) 2014.
Also, section 44 (1) of the Selangor Water Authority Enactment 1999 empowers the Board to impose charges on the use, abstraction, production, disposal, drainage, diversion and disposal of water or other sources with the approval of the State Authority.
a) Improvement of the traffic system on any inland waterway to prevent vessel collisions;
(b) Identify and provide anchorage for vessels in any inland waterway;
(c) Control the transportation of goods and passengers by vessel;
(d) Regulate vessel operations and control water source pollution.
(e) Providing income to the State.
|Bayaran dikenakan||Fi Pendaftaran||RM150.00 (sekali sahaja)|
|Fi Vesel||RM150.00 (sekali sahaja)|
|Fi Lesen Mengikut Kelas||Kelas I – 0-500 ton||RM 500|
|Kelas II – 501-1000 ton||RM 1,000|
|Kelas III – 1001-2000 ton||RM 2,000|
|Kelas IV – 2001-3000 ton||RM 3,000|
|Kelas V – 3001-4000 ton||RM 4,000|
|Kelas IV – 4001-5000 ton|| RM 5,000
The Regulations were gazetted on 19 April 2012 and came into force on 20 April 2012 under sections 96 and 97 of the Selangor Water Authority Board Act 1999.
Press releases were made on 10 June 2012 in the Sunday News and New Sunday Times to inform the News and Regulatory requirements.