Manila Water customers now have longer hours of water availability daily as compared to last week.
After implementing the rotational water supply scheme which began Thursday, March 14, 2019, latest data shows that over 93% of Metro Manila’s East Zone now regularly receives water supply.
Most of Manila Water’s customers are now receiving better availability service such as in barangays San Isidro, San Jose, San Luis and San Roque in Antipolo who are now getting an additional seven hours of water supply daily. The same is true for barangays Bambang and Wawa in Taguig.
Tankering services continue to be deployed to the remaining seven out of yesterday’s 11 barangays where water supply through the network has yet to be restored.
The rotational service scheme adopted is a temporary measure that aims to balance water supply distribution. In the past days, Manila Water has been making calibrations in its network distribution that has resulted in the continuous improvement of water restoration.
We are greatly encouraged by the results of our actions, and we will continue to exert all effort to bring water service availability back to normal levels at the earliest possible time.
For updated schedules, please visit www.manilawater.com and www.facebook.com/manilawater.
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