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Maynilad bares water service interruptions


By Marjaleen Ramos

Several parts of Metro Manila and Cavite will experience rotational water service interruptions Wednesday, June 19.

Maynilad Water Services Inc. said the water supply disruption is due to the reduced raw water allocation from Angat Dam.

“Maynilad is constrained to implement rotational water service interruptions throughout its service area to maximize the limited supply and ensure that all customers will have some water supply, even within a few hours daily,” Maynilad said in a Facebook post.

The water service provider said it has measures in place to mitigate the impact of this reduced allocation, including the extension of operating hours of pumping stations and reactivation of deep wells, among others.

Maynilad added that it will send out mobile tankers water tankers and install static water tanks for severely affected areas.

“We encourage our affected customers to store enough water when supply is available. Upon resumption of water service, please let the water flow out for a few seconds until the supply clears.”

Affected parts by this rotational emergency service interruption are the following:

Metro Manila

Caloocan City
Brgys. 81 to 85, 132 to 136, and 138 to 155, 156 to 164, Baesa, 21 to 51, 86 to 124, and Brgy. Balingasa (11am to -8pm)

Malabon City
Brgys. Longos, Potrero and Tonsuya (11am-8pm)

Manila City
Brgys. 33, 34, 187 to 193, 195 to 197, 677 to 685, 815, 821 to 832, 841 to 844, 849 to 853, and 855 (11am-8pm)

Makati City
Magallanes (11am-8pm)

Quezon City
Brgys. 164, A Samson, Balingasa, Baesa, Bahay Toro, Balong Bato, Bungad, Damar, Damayan, Del Monte, Katipunan, Mariblo, Pag-ibig Sa Nayon, Paltok, Paraiso, San Antonio, Sangandaan, Sauyo, Talipapa, Tandang Sora, Unang Sigaw, and Veteran’s Village (11am to -8pm)

Las Piñas City
Brgys. Almanza Uno, CAA, D. Fajardo, Ilaya, E. Aldana, Manuyo Uno, Manuyo Dos, Pamplona Uno, Pamplona Dos, Pamplona Tres, Pilar, Pulanglupa Uno, Pulanglupa Dos, Talon Uno, Talon Dos, Talon Tres, Talon Kuatro, Talon Singko, and Zapote (11am to -8pm)

Brgy. BF International/CAA (11am-1am of Thursday)

Muntinlupa City
Brgy. Sucat (11am-1am of Thursday)

Parañaque City

Brgys. BF Homes, Marcelo Green, Moonwalk, San Antonio, San Dionisio and San Isidro (11am-1am of Thursday)

Brgys. Baclaran, Don Galo, Sto. Niño, and Tambo (11am- 6pm)

Brgys. Don Bosco, La Huerta, Moonwalk, San Dionisio, San Martin De Porres, Sto. Niño, and Sun Valley (11am-10pm)

Brgy. Vitalez (11am to -8pm)

Pasay City

Brgys. 10 to 13, 26, 28, 30, 31, 38 to 40, 75 to 78, 107, 119, 145 to 154, 156, 157, 159, 161 to 163, 165 to 167, 169, 171 to 175, 178, 179, 181 to 200, Baltao, MOA Complex, Pildera, San Isidro, San Jose, San Rafael, Sta Clara, Sto Niño, and Sunrise Drive corner Pearl Road (11am to -8pm)



Imus City
Brgys. Anabu I-A to I-F, Anabu II-A to II-F, Bayan Luma I to IX, Bucandala I to V, Carsadang Bago I to II, Malagasang I-A to I-G, Malagasang II-A to II-G, Poblacion I-A to I-C, Poblacion II-A to II-B, Poblacion III-A to III-B, Poblacion IV-A to IV-D, Tanzang Luma I to VI, and Toclong I-A to I-C (11am-1am of Thursday)

Cavite City
Brgys. 1 to 62, 10 A-B, 42A, 42B, 62-A, Fort San Felipe, Fort San Felipe (Phil Navy) and Sangley Point (11am-1am of Thursday)

Brgys. Magdiwang, Poblacion, Salcedo I to II, San Antonio I to II, San Juan Ito II, San Rafael I to IV and Sta. Rosa I to II (11am-1am of Thursday)
Brgys. Sta. Isabel and San Juan II (11am-8pm)

Brgys. Bagbag II, Kanluran, Muzon I to II, Poblacion, Sapa I to II, Sapa IV, Silangan I to II, Tejeros Convention and Wawa I to III (11am-1am of Thursday)

Brgys. Batong Dalig, Gahak, Kaingen, Magdalo, Marulas, Panamitan, Poblacion, Santa Isabel, Tabon 1 to 2, and Wakas 1 to 2 (11am-8pm)

“We appeal to our customers for their continued patience and understanding, as we try to manage the effects of the reduced allocation on our operations.”

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