Manila Water has successfully completed its facility upgrade activity at its treatment plant located at Luzon Ave., Brgy. Holy Spirit, Quezon City. The three-night activity involved the transfer of power from generator-sets to inline Meralco power.
SERVICE ADVISORY: Power supply activities affect 20,000 households in Quezon City; low pressure to no water for three consecutive nights
Manila Water will undertake power supply transfer activities at its Luzon Water Treatment Plant which will result in low pressure to no water service affecting over 20,000 households, commercial and business establishments in three barangays in Quezon City for three consecutive nights.
Manila Water has not received an official copy of the Supreme Court decision to-date. We are prepared to exercise all our legal options, including filing for a Motion for Reconsideration, within the prescribed time mandated by the law on receipt of the said order. As part of the mandate of Manila Water as a Concessionaire, we have invested more than P33 billion for the past 21 years and will continue to invest P38.4 billion more until 2022 as part of the government-approved business plan to further improve sewerage and sanitation services in the East Zone.
#TubigAdvisory UPDATED schedule of rotational service interruption as of JULY 19, 2019 for Metro Manila East Zone and Rizal Province cities and municipalities
LATEST schedule of daily rotational service interruption as of JULY 19, 2019 for Metro Manila East Zone and Rizal Province cities and municipalities. Customers may continue to experience low water pressure to no water because of operational adjustments being undertaken. Manila Water continues to implement these interruptions to equitably distribute the limited supply to all of its customers as NWRB has maintained daily raw water allocation at 36 cubic meters per second despite the slight increase in Angat Dam's water level due to the recent heavy rains.
Manila Water has nearly completed its recovery efforts from the supply deficit experienced beginning in March 2019. Starting from a 150-million liter per day (MLD) of deficit last March to almost 350 MLD in late June when the National Water Resources Board (NWRB) reduced its allocation for domestic use in Metro Manila from Angat Dam, Manila Water has successfully narrowed the supply gap with increased production in its Cardona Water Treatment Plant in Rizal, the rehabilitation of existing deep wells and construction of new wells across the East Zone, and the efficient reduction of its systems loss or Non-Revenue Water (NRW).