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Manila Water releases desludging schedule for the month of July

Manila Water has announced its desludging schedule for the month of July as it encourages its customers to avail of the services to prevent clogging of their septic vaults in order to help protect waterways, creeks and rivers from untreated septic tank overflows. Manila Water assured that barangays scheduled for this month will not be charged any additional fees to avail of the desludging services.

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Manila Water modernizes 21st Pumping Station in Taguig

Manila Water has recently upgraded the pumps and motors at 21st pumping station (PS) to meet increasing water supply demand in Taguig City. The upgrade is composed of rightsizing three (3) sets of motor pumps with capacity of 90 million liters per day (MLD) of water each, operated with 700 horsepower (HP), as well as modification of pump and motor base and fittings.

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Manila Water celebrates Arbor Day with tree planting activity

East Zone concessionaire Manila Water is reinforcing its commitment to promote environmental conservation as it leads the celebration of the Philippine Arbor Day today June 24, Friday by conducting simultaneous tree planting activities in Metro Manila and various provincial locations served by its business units.

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Manila Water installs Activated Filter Media (AFM) in Balara Treatment Plant

Manila Water aims to optimize the operations of its Balara Treatment Plant 2 (BTP 2) by reducing its chemical consumption through the installation of the Activated Filter Media (AFM). Manila Water Operations Group Director Arnold Jether Mortera shared that the use of AFM requires less backwash water and can remove iron and manganese. Activated Filter Media is a highly processed product in the form of particles with enhanced filtration features, lessening the need for additional infrastructure. These are usually composed of recycled green and amber glass. The current filtration media used at BTP 2 are composed of silica sand.

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Manila Water remains compliant to stringent drinking water standards

Most people think it is no longer possible to drink directly from tap these days. They often resort to water filters and purifiers, or they boil the water before drinking just to make sure it is clean and safe for consumption. It might be unknown to many but the water supply in Metro Manila is actually safe and potable.

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