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Manila Water’s Ruhale-Bambang Line projected to serve 700,000 additional customers

Manila Water aims to expand its services to more than 700,000 additional Taguig customers with the construction of the P577 million Long Term East 3 (LTE 3) Ruhale-Bambang Felix Line. The 3.45-kilometer Ruhale-Bambang Felix Line pipelaying project will pass through the areas of Ruhale M. Natividad, Bambang Felix, DM Cruz, F. Manalo, Bantayan Extension, and Cayetano Blvd. and will provide potable and continuous water supply to Taguig barangays, namely: Calzada, Hagonoy, Ibayo-Tipas, Napindan, Palingon, Sta. Ana, Tuktukan, Wawa, and Ligi Tipas.

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Manila Water’s P450-M Antipolo Transmission Line to benefit over 1 million Rizaleños

To meet the increasing water demand in the province of Rizal, Manila Water is carrying out the construction of the P450-million Antipolo Transmission Line, which will be a vital component in delivering water services to the province. 

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Manila Water maintains 100% score in wastewater effluent quality compliance

For the month of April, Manila Water achieved 100% score in its wastewater effluent quality compliance scorecard, versus the target of 95.00%. The score was based on the scorecard set by the MWSS Regulatory Office relative to the applicable General Effluent Standards set in the issued Wastewater Discharge Permits to the treatment facilities by either Environmental Management Bureau of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (EMB-DENR) or the Laguna Lake Development Authority (LLDA).

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Manila Water upgrades Taguig North 4A Sewer Network project

Manila Water continues to strengthen its efforts to improve sanitation and enhance wastewater management in its service area through ramping up the implementation of its sewer network projects. One of these projects, the P119-M Taguig North Package 4A, part of the Taguig Sewer Network, is currently undergoing project upgrades with channel interceptors and pipelaying activities being laid out.

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Manila Water’s Darangan Bridge Pipelaying Project set to finish in May 2024

As part of the company’s service improvement program for Rizal customers, Manila Water is set to finish the construction of the P45-million Darangan Pipe Bridge project in Binangonan, Rizal, this May. This 800-mm steel pipe bridge system spanning 26 linear meters along Manila East Service Road will improve water access to over 20,000 households in Angono, Binangonan, Cainta, Taytay, and some areas in Pasig City once operational.  

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