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Maynilad: Parts of NCR, Cavite to go waterless Tuesday, Wednesday

November 15, 2011 8:57am

Parts of southern Metro Manila and Coastal Road in Bacoor, Cavite may go waterless Tuesday night until Wednesday morning due to pipe upgrade work by water concessionaire Maynilad Water.

In an advisory, Maynilad said the “service improvement project" is scheduled from 10 p.m. Tuesday until 8 a.m. Wednesday, and interrupt water services in the affected areas.

Maynilad said it plans to replace a valve in its Pasay Pumping Station along Kapitan Ambo corner F.B. Harrison Street in Pasay City and conduct leak repair activities along Coastal Road in Bacoor, Cavite.

"These activities are expected to benefit Maynilad customers, specifically to improve water pressure in parts of Cavite, Pasay, Parañaque and Las Piñas, aside from efficiently managing the water supply in the West Zone," it said.

Water services may be interrupted in Pasay, Parañaque and Las Piñas Cities in Metro Manila; and Bacoor, Imus, Kawit, and Noveleta in Cavite:

  • Pasay City: V. Sotto, G. Puyat Ext., Roxas Boulevard, Arnaiz, Taft Avenue, FB Harrison, Jalandoni St., Roberts, Williams, A. Mateo, Col. Doro, Lucban, Dancel, A. Luna, Mabolo, Propetarius, Villaruel, 5 de Junio, Sta. Monica, Antipolo, San Luis, St. Scholastica, SM Mall of Asia, Manila Bay, Gil Puyat, EDSA Ext., Seaside, Bluewave, Pasay Hongkong, Macapagal Avenue, Derham, Lancaster, Don Hernandez, portions of Malibay, Maricaban, and Don Carlos Revilla; Cuneta Ave. (Roxas Blvd. to Mexico Road), FB Harrison (Redemptorist to EDSA), Ortigas Ave. (Roxas Blvd. to FB Harrison), Russel (Roxas Blvd. to FB Harrison), Roxas Blvd. (Russel to FB Harrison) and Bac 111.

  • Parañaque City: Portions of Moonwalk, Brgy. San Isidro, along Dr. A. Santos from Salvador Bridge to SAV-1, Clarmen Village, Salvador Estate, Bernabe Subdivision, Villa Lourdes, Dela Cruz Compound, Justina, UPS 5, Silpicio Cruz, Silverio Compound, Villa Mendoza, FC Santos, portions of Brgy. BF Homes, along El Grande (Northwest, Aratiles, Lisbon, Kanluran, BF Thai), along Aguirre Ave. (El Grande to Magbanua), Kowloon, Kobe and Kyoto (KKK) Enclave; Magbanua, Hernandez, Fabella, Dalisay and Santos (MHFDS) Enclave, along Tropical (EL Grande to Luxemburg), Brgys. Don Galo, La Huerta, Sto. Niño, San Dionisio, Baclaran, Sun Valley and Tambo; Bayview Village, Multinational Village, SM Sucat, along Dr. A. Santos from Kabuboy to Salvador Bridge; Wakas Compound, Lim Compound, Jaliville Subdivision, Gatchalian 1 & 2, Rodriguez Compound, Aurenina Compound, R. Medina, Villanueva, Goodwill Subdivision, Puyat Compound, Sitio Maligaya, Marina Bay Townhomes, Amvel, Concorde Village, Pildera 1 & 2, portions of Brgy. Maricaban, Vitalez, Rivera Village, Domestic Road, Electrical Road, Baltao, Airport Village, Aeroville and Manila International Airport (MIA) Terminal 1.

  • Las Piñas City: Southland Estate, Pulang Lupa 1 and 2, parts of BF Las Piñas, Zapote, E. Aldana, Manuyo 1 and 2; Daniel Fajardo, Ilaya, Pamplona 1 to 3; Talon 1 and 2; Civil Aeronautic Aviation (CAA) St., Pelayo, Paramount, Aristocrat, Bayani Subdivision, Admiral Park I and II; Carmencita/Aranda, St. Louie Village, Chardale/Centerville, Holy Family, Angela 1 to 3; Happy Village and Pag-ibig Homes.

  • Bacoor, Cavite: Zapote 1 to 4; Talaba 1 to 7; Aniban 1 to 5; Ligas 1 to 3; Niog 1 and 2; Panapaan 2 to 4 and 6 to 8; Maliksi 1 to 3; Kaingen, Daang Bukid, Digman, Tabing Dagat, Camposanto, Alima, Sineguelasan, Banalo, Mabolo 1 to 3; Dulong Bayan, Habay, Salinas and Real.

  • Imus, Cavite: Poblacion 1 to 4; Medicion II-C; Palico 1, 3, and 4.

  • Kawit, Cavite: Tramo, Manggahan Lawin, Balsahan Bisita, Poblacion, Congbalay-Legaspi, Kaingin, Samala-Marquez, Tramo Bantayan, Kanluran, Marulas, Gahak, Panamitan, Putol Magdalo, Sta. Isabel, Wakas 1 and 2; Tabon 1 to 3.

  • Noveleta, Cavite: San Rafael 2 to 4, San Antonio 1, Sta. Rosa, San Juan and Magdiwang.

    Maynilad advised customers in these areas to store enough water for the duration of the service improvement project. It said customers may call the Maynilad Hotline 1626 for updates and additional information. — RSJ, GMA News