MAYNILAD WATER SERVICE ADVISORY (April 13, 2018, Friday)

April 13, 2018

Some Maynilad customers were affected by an emergency service interruption yesterday following the significant drop in raw water allocations for Maynilad’s La Mesa Treatment Plants. Maynilad is entitled to 60% of raw water allocations but it has been getting less. This caused a significant drop in the level of Maynilad’s stored water supply, thus affecting service levels.
 
Maynilad and Manila Water met with the MWSS this morning to discuss the appropriate allocations of raw water supply for the West and East Zones. In this meeting, Manila Water committed to restore Maynilad’s 60% of raw water.
 
Only after this proper sharing of raw water is implemented can Maynilad start refilling its Bagbag Reservoir and gradually bring water supply for affected customers back to normal levels.
 
We are continuing to monitor the level of raw water entering our treatment facilities to ensure that the supply given will meet our requirements. Assuming that our raw water allocation increases to normal levels by this afternoon, it will take another three to four days to fill up our reservoir and build pressure in our pipelines. In which case, Maynilad customers who were affected by yesterday’s service interruption will continue to experience low pressure to no water supply daily, for the next three to four days, between the off-peak hours of 9 p.m. and 4 a.m. starting tonight, April 13 (Friday). Below is the list of affected areas.
 
However, if the raw water allocation does not increase by this afternoon, service interruptions in these same areas will become more unpredictable. We will announce these different service interruption schedules on a daily basis until such time as the supply stabilizes.
 
We will do what we can to prevent this latter scenario from happening.
 
Affected customers are advised to store water during times of the day when supply is available. Maynilad will continue to have water tankers on standby, ready to deliver water upon request.
 
We are constantly communicating with Manila Water to ensure the proper implementation of the 60-40 sharing of raw water, so we can protect the well-being of our customers.
 

City

Barangay

Caloocan

Barangays 49, 52 to 80, 93, 97, 98, 101 to 111 to 116, 121 to 124, 165, 166, 174 to 177

Manila

Barangays 20, 67, 72 to 74, 79 to 83, 85, 91 to 112, 116 to 120, 122, 123, 128, 198 to 202, 202-A, 203 to 205, 206 to 220, 306, 587 to 607, 609 to 619, 621 to 625, 830 to 840, 842, 844 to 846, 848, 849, 853, 855 to 858, 860 to 862, 864, 865, 867, 868, 870 to 872

Navotas

Daanghari

San Roque

Tangos

Pasay

Barangays 41 to 75, 80 to 144

Quezon City

Apolonio Samson

Bagong Silangan

Balingasa

Batasan Hills

Commonwealth

Gulod

Holy Spirit

Kaligayahan

Manresa

Masambong

Nagkaisang Nayon

Novaliches Proper

Pasong Putik

Payatas

San Agustin

Santa Monica

Santo Domingo

Sienna

Talayan

Tatalon

Valenzuela

Canumay East

Canumay West

Lingunan

Mapulang Lupa

Paso De Blas

Ugong

Las Piñas

Almanza Uno

Pilar

Talon Singko

Parañaque

BF Homes

Don Bosco

Marcelo Green Village

San Antonio

San Martin De Porres

Sucat

Bacoor, Cavite

Molino II, III, and VII

Queens Row Central

Queens Row East

Queens Row West

San Nicolas III

Cavite City

Barangays 1 to 62, 10-A, 10-B, 42-A, 42-B

Fort San Felipe (Phil. Navy)

Sangley Point

Imus, Cavite

Alapan I-A to I-C

Anabu I-A to I-F

Anabu II-A to II-F

Bayan Luma I to IX

Bucandala I to V

Carsadang Bago I and II

Malagasang I-A to I-G

Malagasang II-A to II-G

Poblacion I-A to I-C

Poblacion II-A

Poblacion III-A and III-B

Poblacion IV-A to IV-D

Tanzang Luma I to VI

Toclong I-A to I-C

Kawit, Cavite

Batong Dalig

Gahak

Kaingen

Magdalo

Marulas

Panamitan

Poblacion

Santa Isabel

Tabon I to III

Wakas I and II

Noveleta, Cavite

Magdiwang

Poblacion

Salcedo I and II

San Antonio I and II

San Jose I and II

San Juan I and II

San Rafael I to IV

Santa Rosa I and II

Rosario, Cavite

Bagbag I