Investments

Since 1997, Maynilad has spent billions of pesos to modernize the water and wastewater infrastructure in the West Zone.

Maynilad is committed to investing even more to protect the environment and to ensure the water supply of its current and future customers.

Investments

Network Expansion

To reach waterless communities in the West Zone, Maynilad prioritized the expansion of its water distribution network when it was re-privatized in 2007.

Expansion

Water Losses

Non-revenue water is water that was treated and "lost" in the pipe network because of leaks and pilferage.

Prior to its re-privatization, Maynilad had a staggering NRW level of 66%.

Since then, Maynilad has invested over P12.5 billon to bring down its water losses.

Water Losses

Access

In 2006, only 677,985 accounts were connected to Maynilad.

The rest relied on expensive, unsafe water sources like deep wells, delivery trucks, and the like.

Today, over 1 million accounts have piped-in water supply from Maynilad.

Access

Supply

Less than half of Maynilad customers (32%) had 24-hour supply in 2006.

To address this, Maynilad focused on modernizing its distribution network and reducing its water losses.

By the end of 2012, Maynilad was providing uninterrupted water supply to 96% of its customers.

Supply

Pressure

Weak water pressure was a common problem in the West Zone.

Today, nearly all Maynilad customers receive their water supply at a sufficient pressure because of the infrastructure investments made by the company.

Pressure

Wastewater

Maynilad provides sewerage and sanitation services to help protect the environment.

After dramatically improving its water services in the last six years, Maynilad is now focusing on accelerating its wastewater investments in the West Zone.

Wastewater