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Ayala says it will use fresh funds to improve water and wastewater distribution system in th east zone.
An infrastructure company controlled by businessman Enrique Razon is planning to acquire a 25-percent stake in Ayala-owned Manila Water, effectively signaling a partnership between the two families. According to a disclosure by Ayala Corporation to the Philippine Stock Exchange, Prime Metroline Holdings Inc., ...
 
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Manila Water will cut services to work on emergency repairs.
After we survived the rotational water service interruptions in October 2019 due to low water level in Angat Dam, dried-up faucets are nothing new for dwellers in Metro Manila. And if you're living in Mandaluyong, San Juan, Quezon City, and Pasig City, ...
 
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It's not a question of when or how much, but where the rain is falling.
In March this year, about half of Metro Manila’s 12 million residents were up in arms when Manila Water announced water service interruptions in its concession area. The Ayala-owned company had generally avoided the ire of consumers for much of the time it ...
 
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With cities around Metro Manila experiencing water interruptions, you may want to start storing water for emergency use
Several areas in Metro Manila and nearby vicinities have been experiencing water interruptions that have left families with little or no water to use or drink. According to reports, these interruptions are expected throughout the summer since water in at least one of the ...
 
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We must learn to survive by coming through: by seeing how things begin with ourselves and end with ourselves.
We are in water crisis—scratch that, we are in crisis and we don’t know who to blame.Blame it on El Niño for his dry, childish and self-deprecating humor, because apparently he strikes whenever someone needs to be blamed. Blame it on Manila ...
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