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LIST: Maynilad Water Services announces 5 to 30 hours of water service interruption in Holy Week

Maynilad Water Services Inc.

Some customers of Maynilad Water Services Inc. (Maynilad) will have to endure their remembrance of Holy Week without water following the several maintenance activities of the company.

In a statement, Maynilad said it will conduct water network enhancement activities, including facility maintenance works, pipe decommissioning, pipe interconnections, and valve replacements, during the Holy Week, from April 16, 2019 (Holy Tuesday) to April 20, 2019 (Black Saturday).

Among the areas affected by the scheduled water interruption are Bacoor, Las Piñas, Malabon, Navotas, Parañaque, Pasay, Quezon City, and Valenzuela.

Below is the schedule of the water interruption:

Bacoor, Cavite (5 PM of April 18 to 6 AM of April 19)

  • Alima
  • Aniban II to IV
  • Banalo
  • Campo Santo
  • Daang Bukid
  • Digman
  • Habay I
  • Kaingin
  • Ligas I and II
  • Mabolo I and II
  • Maliksi I to III
  • Niog I
  • Panapaan II to IV
  • Poblacion (Tabing Dagat)
  • Sineguelasan
  • Talaba I to VII
  • Zapote I to V

Las Piñas (12 PM of April 18 to 1 PM of April 19)

  • Manuyo Uno
  • Pamplona Uno to Tres
  • Pulang Lupa Uno and Dos
  • Zapote

(5 p.m. of April 18 to 6 a.m. of April 19)

  • CAA
  • Daniel Fajardo
  • Elias Aldana
  • Ilaya, Manuyo Uno and Dos
  • Pamplona Uno to Tres
  • Pulang Lupa Dos
  • Talon Uno to Tres

Malabon (2 AM to 4 PM of April 16)

  • Baritan
  • Concepcion
  • Ibaba
  • San Agustin
  • Tañong

Manila (8 PM of April 18 to 1 AM of April 19)

  • Barangays 649 to 658, and 666
  • Baseco Area

(8 PM of April 18 to 4 AM of April 19)

Barangays 20, 223 to 226, 234 to 276, 281 to 316, 326 to 335, 353 to 362

Navotas (2 AM to 4 PM of April 16)

  • Bagumbayan North and South
  • Daanghari
  • Navotas East and West
  • San Jose
  • San Roque
  • Sipac-Almacen
  • Tangos

Quezon City (9 PM of April 17 to 9 AM of April 18)

  • Santo Domingo
  • Talayan
  • Tatalon

(9 PM of April 17 to 9 PM of April 18)

  • Aurora
  • Don Manuel
  • Doña Imelda
  • San Isidro
  • Santo Niño
  • Santol

(11 PM of April 17 to 3 AM of April 18)

  • Apolonio Samson
  • Baesa
  • Balingasa

(10 PM of April 17 to 6 AM of April 18)

  • Bagong Silangan
  • Batasan Hills
  • Commonwealth
  • Payatas

Parañaque (7 PM of April 18 to 7 AM of April 19)

  • BF Homes
  • Don Bosco
  • Marcelo Green Village
  • Merville
  • Moonwalk
  • San Antonio
  • San Isidro
  • San Martin de Porres
  • Sun Valley

(5 PM of April 18 to 6 AM of April 19)

  • BF Homes
  • Baclaran
  • Don Galo
  • La Huerta
  • Moonwalk
  • San Dionisio
  • San Isidro
  • Santo Niño
  • Tambo
  • Vitalez

Pasay (7 PM . of April 18 to 7 AM of April 19)

  • Barangays 179, 182 to 185, 201

(5 PM of April 18 to 6 AM of April 19)

  • Barangays 10 to 13, 24 to 32, 38 to 40, 76 to 79, 145 to 179, 181 to 184,186 to 200

Valenzuela (9 PM of April 17 to 7 AM of April 18; 9 PM of April 18 to 7 AM of April 19; 9 PM of April 19 to 7 AM of April 20)

  • Arkong Bato
  • Balangkas
  • Bisig
  • Isla
  • Mabolo
  • Palasan
  • Pariancillo Villa
  • Pasolo
  • Poblacion
  • Polo
  • Tagalag
  • Wawang Pulo

The duration of service interruptions will differ per area, but some will have no water for five hours while others will have no water for 30 hours.

It is the agent and contractor of the Metropolitan Waterworks and Sewerage System (MWSS) for the West Zone of the Greater Manila Area, which is composed of certain portions of Manila and Quezon City, Makati (west of South Super Highway), Caloocan, Pasay, Parañaque, Las Piñas, Muntinlupa, Valenzuela, Navotas and, Malabon, all in Metro Manila; the cities of Cavite, Bacoor and Imus, and the towns of Kawit, Noveleta, and Rosario, all in Cavite.

“The activities will be done during the Holy Week, when fewer customers are expected to be home, thus lessening the impact of service interruptions on water consumers. Besides these major activities, Maynilad will also take the opportunity to conduct smaller, parallel activities like leak detection and leak repairs, which would otherwise require the implementation of separate service disruptions,” Maynilad said.

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