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Labong Dam



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Labong dam is an earthfill embankment located at the north eastern tip of the State of Johore. It is sited across the Sungai Labong valley, about 5.5km upstream of the confluence of Sungai Labong and Sungai Endau.

The dam was constructed in 1949 to supply water to for the Endau Plain Irrigation Scheme, Stage 1. This scheme covers an area of about 1184Ha. Presently, only about 754Ha is cultivated. The impounded water is also utilised by Syarikat Air Johor for domestic water supply to Endau area. The present water supply capacity is about 0.5Mgd and can be increased for future demands

Labong Dam comprises a 259m long main embankment, a saddle dam, a cut and cover syphon spillway/irrigation intake at the right abutment and two auxilliary spillways, one on the left abutment and the other about 426.83m further on the left.

Background of Project

Location

Year Completed

Year of Constrution

Project Cost

Mersing, Johor

1949

1947

Not Available

Information of Strtucture

Reservoir Area

Capacity

Catchment Area

Height

6.05 Km²

12.80 Mm³

16.0 Km²

10.67 m

Crest Length

Structure Material

Crest Elevation

Spillway Type

259.0 m

Earthfill

10.67 m

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Last Updated 2017-04-06 16:44:10 by Administrator

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