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MSMA (Manual

Saliran Mesra
Alam) @ Urban
Stromwater
Management
Manual
DRAINAGE
• ALL DRAINAGE WORKS SHALL COMPLY THE REQUIREMENT OF
MSMA (MANUAL SALIRAN MESRA ALAM)
• MSMA 1ST AND 2ND EDITION
• REQUIREMENT STIPULATED BY DEPARTMENT OF IRRIGATION AND
DRAINAGE MALAYSIA (JPS)
DRAINAGE WORKS
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Old Approach - Conventional

Drain – Big and Deep Drain polluted with


rubbish

Without Erosion Control


New Approach- MSMA

Detention Pond Storage Tank


Engineered Waterway

Sediment Fence Gross Pollutant Trap Swale


Conventional Drainage

 Total water quantity discharged


from development area (upstream)
not controlled cause flooding to
the downstream.

 Conventional drainage mostly


using drain made from concrete
Konsep MSMA

 Quantity control of surface water before


and after development using detention
atau retention pond, soak way pit,
rainwater harvesting and swale
 Quality control by using trash screen,
gross pollutant trap (GPT), swale etc.
Advantages MSMA
I. The occurrence of flash floods are expected are decreased
to minimum level by quantity control
II. Rain water is treated to ensure the water is of high quality
before flowing out to the rivers
III. Ground water is stabilized by process of infiltration
IV. The flora and fauna are maintained in the ecosystem
V. Increase land value by increase the esthetical value
MSMA KEY ELEMENTS

MSMA 1.
Key Quantity
Elements Control

3. Erosion
2. and
Quality Sediment
Control Control

4. Operation 5.
and Esthetical
Maintenance Value

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MALAYSIAN STANDARD URBAN
STORMWATER MANAGEMENT
• MS 2526-1: 2012 Part 1: Design Acceptance Criteria
• MS 2526-2: 2012 Part 2: Quantity Design Fundamentals
• MS 2526-3: 2012 Part 3: Quality Design Fundamentals
• MS 2526-4: 2014 Part 4: Roof And Property Drainage
• MS 2526-5: 2014 Part 5: On Site Detention
• MS 2526-6: 2014 Part 6: Rainwater Harvesting
• MS 2526-7: 2014 Part 7: Detention Pond
• MS 00000: 0000 Part 8: Infiltration Facilities
• MS 00000: 0000 Part 9: Bioretention Systems
• MS 2526-10: 2014 Part 10: Gross Pollutant Traps
• MS 2526-11: 2014 Part 11: Water Quality Pond & Wetlands
• MS 2526-12: 2014 Part 12: Erosion and Sediment COntrol

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• used for controlling stormwater quantity impacts resulting from
larger urbanising catchment.
• The facilities are commonly located in public areas by the
construction of embankment across stream, channel or by the
excavation of a potential storage area
• Ponds can be developed as “Dry” or “Wet” type as shown in (photo).
For wet pond, the catchment area served is greater than 10ha. It is
to ensure that the area generates enough baseflow to replenish and
maintain the permanent pool level.
• The pond reduces flood peak discharge downstream by temporary
storage and gradual release using control outlet, usually ungated
structure, riser or culvert, located at the base of the embankment.
An overflow spillway, set near the top of the embankment is
required to safely pass storms that exceed the pond capacity.
• The spillway protects the embankment from possible failure and
subsequently downstream life and resources.
• All detention ponds require pre-treatment facilities (BMPs)
which are to be located at the inlet zone or upstream of the
ponds to ensure that the ponds are not polluted and their
water quality levels always meet regulatory standards. The
facilities shall include the followings:-
• GPTs/trash rack and sediment forebay
• Water quality pond or wetlands; and
• Other types of BMPs as needed to reduce pond’s contamination.
Typical Detention Pond Component