The Manila Water Company, Inc. is our sole potable water resource and wastewater that services more than six million people in the East Zone of Metro Manila.
And what would happen to its consumers if the government is undertaking maintenance works? There would be water disruptions, of course. However, the main reason why it was broadcasted is for us to be prepared. There are ways in which we can hoard water so we’ll have something to use and if you are part of the cities that would be affected, be extra ready.
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According to reports, approximately 53,000 households will be affected by a 2-day water interruption next week in parts of the metro manila.
The Manila Water Company announced a temporary water interruption from Monday next week, May 15 at 8:00 p.m. until 6:00 a.m., Tuesday, May 16.
In the service advisory announced by the Manila Water Company through social media and television news reports, it’s been said that it will undertake the first phase of its pipe replacement and relocation works at Parian Creek, Barangay Kapasigan, Pasig City.
- Bagong Katipunan
- Sta. Cruz
- San Jose
- Sto. Tomas
- Sta. Rosa
- San Nicolas
- San Joaquin
- Sta. Ana
- Ibayo Tipas
- Ligid Tipas
- San Miguel
- **Portions of New Lower Bicutan
- ALL BARANGAYS IN PATEROS
The Manila Water Company is warns the occupants of affected areas to just store a sufficient water for their needs for the duration of the interruption period to avoid any unnecessary difficulties during the said interruption.
We all know that water is the most useful and important resource on Earth. One surely couldn’t imagine how life would be without water. The best thing we could do is to take care of it and mostly to preserve it, because once we a***e water, we will end up destroying ourselves.