This August, Maynilad will offer septic tank cleaning services to its customers in select parts of Manila, Caloocan, Quezon City, Malabon, Parañaque, Muntinlupa, Makati, and Cavite at no extra cost.
Maynilad customers in Brgys. 482-488 in Zone 48, and Brgys. 499 and 508 in Zone 49 in Manila; Villa Luisa North Subdvision (Bagumbong), Senate Village HOA, Alecon Homes Subdivision (Llano road), Celina Homes 2 Subdivision (Deparo), and Sto. Tomas Village (Deparo) in Caloocan; Northpoint Townhouses HOA (Proj. 8), Rockville 1 & 2, Doña Faustina Subdivision, Goodwill 1, Odilco Subdivision (all in San Bartolome), Kingspoint Subdivision and Goodwill Homes 1 (in Bagbag), Brgys. Payatas, and Brgy. Bagong Silangan in Quezon City; and Duhat Road, United Neighborhood Association in Brgy. Potrero and Manolo Compound in Malabon may avail of this cleaning service, which normally costs around P2,500 per truck.
In the South, Maynilad customers in Brgy. Palanan in Makati; Parkview Homes (Sunvalley), Better Living and Reman Ville in Don Bosco, Severina Diamond (Brgy. Marcelo Green), Brgys. San Isidro and San Dionisio, USP4-Seacom, and INA Homes, Finasia Homes and Lower Fatima (all in SAVI) in Parañaque; Don Juan Bayview Subdivision, Patio Homes, Doña Rosario (Bayview), and Posadas Village HOA (all in Brgy. Sucat) in Muntinlupa; and Brgys. 38 and 38A, 39-41 (all in Zone 5, Caridad) in Cavite City may also avail of this service.
Maynilad President Victorico P. Vargas urged the company’s customers to avail of the septic tank cleaning. “Aside from protecting the health of their family and community, they also help protect the environment,” he said.
Maynilad customers interested in availing of the company’s septic tank cleaning service may call the Maynilad Hotline 1626 to inquire regarding the requirements and procedures. Additional information regarding Maynilad and its services is also available at www.mayniladwater.com.ph.