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Parts of Metro, Rizal to experience 7-hour-long low water pressure starting Monday

/ 01:32 AM September 21, 2015

MANILA Water Co. Inc. said some of its customers would experience reduced water pressure at off-peak hours starting Monday to conserve water supply at Angat Dam due to the El Niño phenomenon which is characterized by lower than average rainfall.

The Ayala-led company said that beginning today, 155 barangays in Metro Manila and Rizal province would experience below normal water pressure between 10 p.m. and 5 a.m.

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The cities of Makati, Mandaluyong, Marikina, Pasig, Quezon City, San Juan, Taguig, Parañaque in Metro Manila; Antipolo City and the municipalities of Angono, Cainta and Taytay in Rizal province are among those that will experience reduced water pressure for up to seven hours daily. Consumers located in highly-elevated areas and farther away from facilities will be the most affected.

In terms of affected barangays, Manila Water listed the following:

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Angono: Barangays Kalayaan, Poblacion Itaas, San Isidro, San Roque, San Vicente; Antipolo: Dela Paz, Muntingdilaw, San Isidro (Poblacion), San Luis; Cainta: San Juan; Makati: Bangkal, Bel-Air, Cembo, Dasmarinas, East Rembo, Forbes Park, Guadalupe Nuevo, Guadalupe Viejo, Pembo, Pinagkaisahan, Pio del Pilar, Pitogo, Poblacion, Rizal, San Antonio, San Lorenzo, South Cembo, Urdaneta, West Rembo; Mandaluyong: Addition Hills, Barangka Drive, Barangka Ilaya, Barangka Itaas, Buwayang Bato, Highway Hills, Malamig, Mauway, Plainview, Pleasant Hills, Wack-Wack Greenhills; Marikina: Industrial Valley; Parañaque: San Martin de Porres; Pasig: Bagong Ilog, Kapitolyo, Oranbo, San Antonio, Ugong; Quezon City: Alicia, Amihan, Bagong Lipunan ng Crame, Bagong Pag-asa, Bagumbayan, Bagumbuhay, Bahay Toro, Batasan Hills, Bayanihan, Blue Ridge A & B, Botocan, Camp Aguinaldo, Central, Culiat, Damayang Lagi, Dioquino Zobel, Duyan-duyan, E. Rodriguez, East Kamias, Escopa I, II, III & IV, Holy Spirit, Horseshoe, Immaculate Concepcion, Kalusugan, Kamuning, Kaunlaran, Kristong Hari, Krus na Ligas, Laging Handa, Libis, Loyola Heights, Malaya, Mangga, Mariana, Marilag, Masagana, Matandang Balara, Milagrosa, Nayong Kanluran, New Era, Old Capitol Site, Paligsahan, Paltok, Pansol, Pasong Tamo, Phil-Am, Pinagkaisahan, Pinyahan, Project 4, Project 6, Quirino 2-A, 2-B & 3-A, Ramon Magsaysay, Roxas, Sacred Heart, Saint Ignatius, San Martin de Porres, San Roque, San Vicente, Santa Cruz, Santo Cristo, Sauyo, Sikatuna Village, Silangan, Socorro, South Triangle, Tagumpay, Tandang Sora, Teachers Village East & West, UP Campus, UP Village, Ugong Norte, Valencia, Vasra, Villa Maria Clara, West Kamias, West Triangle, White Plains; San Juan: Addition Hills, Corazon de Jesus, Greenhills, Little Baguio, Pasadena, West Crame; Taguig: Bagong Tanyag, Bagumbayan, Central Bicutan, Central Signal Village, Fort Bonifacio, Lower Bicutan, Maharlika Village, North Signal Village, Pinagsama, South Daanghari, South Signal Village, Upper Bicutan, Ususan, Western Bicutan; and Taytay: Dolores (Pob), Muzon, San Isidro, San Juan.

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