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Understand the water supply system in the Philippines and specifically in Metro Manila, and the different providers involved...
Maynilad in the West Zone covers the following areas: Fairview – Commonwealth, Malabon – Navots, Muntinlupa – Las Pinas, North Caloocan, Novaliches – Valenzuela, Paranaque, Quirino – Roosevelt, Sampaloc, South Caloocan, South Manila – Pasay – Makati, Tondo.
Manila Water in the East Zone covers Mandaluyong, Pasig, Pateros, San Juan, Taguig, Marikina, parts of Quezon City and Manila.
Only the residential property owner may apply for a new water service connection or to disconnect a water service. This can only be carried out at the relevant Business Center.
Tenants are responsible for paying the bills, which are generally delivered to the property itself.
Bills are sent monthly. Payments can be made through the following:
- Accredited Payment Centers
- Over the counter at banks
- Internet banking
- Phone banking
- Mobile banking
- Automated Teller Machines (ATMs)
- Credit card payment
The water supply is disconnected if payment is not made by the due date, and the customer must pay all outstanding charges before the water is reconnected.
Domestic Water Suppliers in the Philippines
- Metropolitan Cebu Water District supplies water to Metro Cebu
- Batangas City Water District
- Davao City Water District
- Puerto Princesa City Water District