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Manila Water operates more deepwells to augment supply for customers

Manila Water has recently started operating an additional 26 deepwells in its concession area. As of May 20, 2019, more than 34 million liters of water per day (MLD) have been drawn from these deepwells and is seen to bring more water supply upon full operation of more deepwells in the coming months.

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NOTICE OF WATER SERVICE INTERRUPTION: Pipe relocation in Quezon City in relation to Metro Rail Transit (MRT) 7 construction

In line with the construction of the Manila Metro Rail Transit (MRT) Line 7, Manila Water will be closing several valves on its major transmission lines along Elliptical Road in Quezon City to allow for the interconnection of the new 900mm relocated pipeline at the corner of North Avenue. This will result in temporary water service interruption affecting over 242,000 population in 44,056 households, commercial and business establishments in 20 barangays in Quezon City, beginning Friday, May 24, 2019 at 8:00 PM until 6:00 AM, Saturday, May 25, 2019.

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Production of Manila Water’s Cardona Treatment Plant now up to 50 MLD

Manila Water’s Cardona Water Treatment Plant (WTP) is now distributing up to 50 million liters of water per day (MLD) initially to barangays in Binangonan, Angono, Taytay, Baras and Jalajala, Rizal. Other beneficiary areas in Rizal will soon receive water when the plant progressively increases production in the coming months. The Cardona WTP started its operations last March 14, 2019, following completion of Phase 1 of the project and will help augment the water supply for the East Zone.

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Manila Water installs more line boosters for elevated areas

In its steadfast commitment to restore 24/7 water supply amidst the water shortage crisis, Manila Water has completed the installation of a total of sixty-four (64) line boosters across the East Zone.

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Recent rains not enough to refill dams

While there has been a spate of sporadic rains for the past few days as a result of thunderstorms, these are still not enough to refill the dams, especially Angat and La Mesa Dams.

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