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Manila Water to adjust operations as water level dips at La Mesa Dam

By: - Reporter / @CMarquezINQ
/ 09:39 PM March 05, 2019

MANILA, Philippines — Manila Water has announced that it would implement adjustments in its operations due to the rapid decline of the water level at La Mesa Dam.

In a statement issued on Monday, the company said the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services’ (Pagasa) El Niño advisory serves as a warning that the climate condition could pose a threat to Metro Manila’s domestic water supply.

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With this, some areas in Marikina, Pasig, Quezon City, Taguig, and Antipolo, San Mateo, Rodriguez, Taytay, and Jalajala in Rizal, will experience “low pressure to no water” during peak demand hours.

These are the affected barangays:

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Marikina

Fortune
Nangka
Tumana

Pasig City

Caniogan
Kalawaan
Palatiw
Pinagbuhatan
Sagad
San Joaquin
San Miguel

Quezon City

Pasong Tamo
Sacred Heart

Taguig

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Bagong Tanyag
Bambang
Central Bicutan
Central Signal Village
Hagonoy
Ibayo-Tipas
Katuparan
Lower Bicutan
New Lower Bicutan
North Signal Village
Santa Ana
South Signal Village
Tuktukan
Upper Bicutan
Ususan
Wawa
Western Bicutan

Antipolo, Rizal

Dalig
Mayamot
San Jose
San Luis
San Roque

Rodriguez, Rizal

San Jose

San Mateo, Rizal

Ampid I
Ampid II
Banaba
Dulong Bayan 1
Dulong Bayan 2
Guinayang
Guitnang Bayan 1
Guitnang Bayan 2
Malanday
Maly
Santa Ana

Taytay, Rizal

Santa Ana
San Juan

Jalajala, Rizal

Punta
Sipsipin

Angono, Rizal

Kalayaan
Poblacion Ibaba
San Isidro
San Roque
San Vicente

Binangonan, Rizal

Batingan
Bilibiran
Calumpang
Ithan
Darangan
Kalinawan
Layunan
Libid
Libis
Limbon-limbon
Lunsad
Macamot
Mahabang Parang
Mambog
Pag-asa
Palangoy
Pantok
Pila-Pila
Pipindan
San Carlos
Tagpos
Tatala
Tayuman

Manila Water also advised affected residents to store enough water during these periods. /ee

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