15 barangay sa Parañaque, 15-oras mawawalan ng tubig simula mamayang alas-9 ng gabi — Maynilad

admin   •   August 29, 2013   •   9375

FILE PHOTO: Faucet / Gripo (UNTV News)

FILE PHOTO: Faucet / Gripo (UNTV News)

PARAÑAQUE CITY, Philippines – Magkakaroon ng service interruption ang Maynilad Water Services Inc. sa malaking bahagi ng Parañaque simula mamayang alas-9 ng gabi hanggang bukas (Biyernes), alas-12 ng tanghali.

Kabilang sa maaapektuhan ng water interruption ang:

-Barangay 183

-Brgy. 201

-Brgy. Moonwalk

-Brgy. Merville

-Brgy. Sto. Niño

-Brgy. Don Bosco

-Brgy. Sun Valley

-Brgy. San Martin De Porres

-Brgy. BF Homes

-Brgy. San Antonio

-Brgy. Marcelo



-Maricaban Area

Ang water interruption ay bunga ng interconnection project sa lugar.

Inaabisuhan ng Maynilad ang mga apektadong customer na mag-ipon na ng tubig bilang paghahanda sa 15-oras na water interruption.

Maaari namang tumawag sa Maynilad hotline 1626 para sa iba pang mga katanungan. (UNTV News)

Maynilad, Manila Water to extend no disconnection policy until end of MECQ in NCR Plus

Robie de Guzman   •   April 12, 2021

MANILA, Philippines – Water concessionaires Maynilad Water Services Inc. and Manila Water Company Inc. will extend the implementation of their no disconnection policy until the end of the modified enhanced community quarantine (MECQ), the Metropolitan Waterworks and Sewerage System (MWSS) on Monday said.

“This is to inform the public that the MWSS Regulatory Office (RO) has directed Manila Water Company, Inc. and Maynilad Water Services, Inc., to extend their suspension of all service disconnection activities (whether temporary or permanent) until such time that the modified enhanced community quarantine (MECQ) has been lifted,” MWSS chief regulator Patrick Lester Ty said in a statement.

Metro Manila and the nearby provinces of Cavite, Bulacan, Rizal, and Laguna have been placed under modified enhanced community quarantine (MECQ) from April 12 to April 30.

Water concessionaires are also directed to provide an uninterrupted 24-hour water supply in their service areas.

“This is to ensure that all customers receive clean and adequate water supply for their health and sanitation requirements, especially during this difficult time of the pandemic,” Ty said.

Meanwhile, the MWSS RO asked concerned local government units to assist water concessionaires as they conduct their meter reading and billing activities during the period of MECQ.

Pulis Parañaque, nahaharap sa dismissal matapos mag-positibo sa illegal na droga

Marje Pelayo   •   March 17, 2021

MANILA, Philippines – Nahaharap sa dismissal ang isang pulis Parañaque matapos itong mag-positibo sa paggamit ng ipinagbabawal na gamot.

Ayon kay PNP Officer-in-Charge PLt.Gen. Guillermo Eleazar, sasailalim sa imbestigasyon at summary dismissal proceedings si Police Corporal Christian Cerado matapos makitaan ang kaniyang urine sample ng traces ng methamphetamine or shabu.

Isinagawa ang random drug testing sa 82 kawani ng Parañaque City Police Station noong ika-24 ng Pebrero sa pangunguna ng Southern Police District-Crime Laboratory Office.

Maliban kay Cerado, lahat ng pulis na sinuri ay nag-negatibo sa drug test.

Ayon kay Eleazar, tinanggal na sa kaniyang pwesto si Cerado at ngayon ay nasa kustodiya ng Regional Personnel Holding and Accounting Unit at posibleng tuluyan nang matanggal sa serbisyo.

Manila Water, Maynilad to adjust rates starting April 1 – MWSS

Robie de Guzman   •   March 11, 2021

MANILA, Philippines – Customers of Manila Water Company Inc. will have to shell out more money to pay for the higher water bills, while those of Maynilad Water Services Inc. will expect lower bills in the second quarter of 2021, the Metropolitan Waterworks and Sewerage System (MWSS) announced on Thursday.

In an advisory, MWSS chief regulator Patrick Ty said the MWSS Board of Trustees has approved the recommendation of the regulatory office (RO) to implement the 2021 second quarter foreign currency differential adjustment (FCDA) effective April 1, based on its evaluation of the FCDA proposals of the concessionaires.

The FCDA is a quarterly-reviewed tariff mechanism that allows concessionaires to recover losses or give back gains arising from fluctuations in foreign exchange rates, as payments are made for foreign currency-denominated loans that are used to fund the expansion and improvement of water and sewerage services.

It is a corrective mechanism formulated by the MWSS RO to avoid under-recovery or over-recovery caused by forex movements.

The MWSS said Manila Water, which services the east zone concession area, will implement an FCDA 0.84% or P0.24 per cubic meter of its 2021 Average Basic Charge of P28.52 per cubic meter.

“This is an upward adjustment of P0.05 per cubic meter from the previous FCDA of P0.19 per cubic meter,” the agency said.

West Zone concessionaire Maynilad, meanwhile, will apply an FCDA of negative 0.41% or negative P0.15 per cubic meter of its 2021 Average Basic Charge of P36.24 per cubic meter.

“This is a downward adjustment of P0.01 per cubic meter from the previous FCDA of negative P0.14 per cubic meter,” the MWSS said.

Ty explained that Manila Water’s FCDA increased as significant portions of the loans of Manila Water are in Japanese yen and in euros which appreciated against the Philippine peso.

On the other hand, the majority of Maynilad’s loans payable for this quarter are in US dollars. Ty noted that the peso appreciated against the US dollar which caused the rollback of P0.01 per cubic meter.


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