Maynilad: Water supply interruption in parts of Metro Manila, Bulacan until June 1
MANILA, Philippines — Parts of Metro Manila and Bulacan being serviced by Maynilad Water Services Inc. will experience water supply interruptions beginning Monday until June 1.
In an advisory, Maynilad said daily “off-peak” water supply service interruptions are scheduled from 10 p.m. to 4 a.m. starting Monday until June 1 in the following areas:
- portions of Bulacan
- Caloocan City
- Makati City
- Malabon City
- Navotas City
- Parañaque City
- Pasay City
- Quezon City
- Valenzuela City
The water concessionaire said it will implement the said water service interruptions to “continue managing the quick drawdown of water from our reservoirs due to high demand for water during daytime.”
To continue managing the quick drawdown of water from our reservoirs due to high demand for water during daytime, we…
“This will enable us to refill our reservoirs at night in preparation for the daytime peak demand,” Maynilad said in an advisory last Friday.
It then encouraged affected customers to “store enough water when supply is available.”
“Upon resumption of water service, please let the water flow out briefly until it clears. Our mobile water tankers are on stand-by, ready to deliver potable water as needed,” it added.
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