Maynilad to resume desludging services in July
West Zone concessionaire Maynilad Water Services, Inc. (Maynilad) is resuming its septic tank cleaning or desludging services for residential and semi-business customers starting July 1, 2020.
This, as the government eased the lockdown restrictions in the National Capital Region.
Maynilad said that for this, it has adopted new and more stringent protocols in the conduct of desludging services to ensure the safety of its customers who will avail of the septic tank cleaning.
Prior to field deployment, Maynilad required all of its desludging personnel and vacuum truck unit operators to pass antibody screening tests conducted by Delos Santos Medical Center of the MPIC Hospital Group.
They will also be required to wear personal protective equipment (PPE), practice physical distancing, and undertake extra disinfection procedures to protect against the spread of COVID-19.
Customers residing in Brgy. Apolonio Samson, Balingasa, Damayan, Del Monte, Kaligayagan, Maharlika, Manresa, Novaliches Proper, NS Amoranto, Pag-ibig sa Nayon, Pasong Putik, San Antonio, and Sienna in Quezon City; Brgy. Balangkas, Bignay, Gen. T. de Leon, Lingunan, and Pasolo, in Valenzuela; and Brgy. San Rafael in Pasay City may now avail of Maynilad’s desludging service.
Some Maynilad customers in Cavite province, particularly in Brgy. Alapan I-C, Anabu I-B to I-F, Anabu II-A to II-F, Bayan Luma V, VI and IX, Bucandala III to V, Palico I, and Pasong Buaya I and II in Imus City; Brgy. Samala-Marquez in Kawit, Cavite; and Brgy. Poblacion in Rosario may also avail of the company’s septic tank cleaning services at no extra cost.
Septic tank cleaning service normally costs around P5,000 per truck.