Manila Water has maintained its ISO 50001 Energy Management System (EnMS) certification after the completion of the external surveillance audit recently conducted by Certification International (CI).
ADVISORY: Low water pressure to no water in more than 26,000 households in San Mateo and Rodriguez, Rizal and Marikina City
Manila Water will undertake PHASE 2 of TRANSFER OF WATER SUPPLY FROM EAST LA MESA TREATMENT PLANT TO THE SOUTHEAST MAINLINE, originally scheduled on the evening of May 17, beginning Saturday, May 19, 2018 at 10:00 PM
The tree planting activity with the theme “Pamanang Yaman” symbolizes the legacy of senior citizens of giving back to nature a cleaner and greener environment for the next generation.
Due to the depleting level of La Mesa Dam, several areas served by the East La Mesa Treatment Plant will be experiencing a reduction in pressure as Manila Water undertakes the transfer of water supply from East La Mesa Treatment Plant to Balara Treatment Plant by way of the Southeast mainline beginning 10:00PM on May 5, 2018.
To further improve its delivery of quality service to customers in the East Zone, Manila Water has relocated its Rizal Business Area office to its new site at the heart of Antipolo City. The new office is now situated along Sumulong Highway corner Olalia Street, making it more accessible to customers in Antipolo, as well as other municipalities in the province.