Advisory Required Booster Shot

Policy on Streamlining and Process Improvement of NWRB's Frontline Services in Compliance with R.A. 11032, as Revised 2022
NWRB Res. No. 21-0322 was approved by the Board on its meeting held on March 30, 2022 which provides the amendment to Res. No. 15-0719 on streamlining and process improvements of NWRB's frontline services to be harmonized with existing special laws and/or IRRs and to be consistent with the Agency's updated Citizen's Charter.
Extension of Time on the Submission of Annual Report and Payment of Supervision and Regulation Fees During the State of Public Health Emergency
NWRB Res. No. 26-0222 was approved by the Board on its meeting held on February 16, 2022 which provides CPC grantees a two (2) months extension period on the submission of Annual Reports and payment of Supervision and Regulation Fees, which fall due on May 30, 2022 and September 30, 2022, respectively during the State of Public Health Emergency.
Amendment on the Extension of Validity of Conditional Water Permit During the State of Public Health Emergency
NWRB Res. No. 05-0320-B was approved by the Board on its meeting held on 27 October 2021 which provides that all CWPs  that have expired after 30 September 2021 including those with granted extensions shall be valid until Sept. 30, 2022, unless Proclamation No. 1218 S 2021 is earlier lifted or extended as the circumstances may warrant. In the case where the said proclamation is earlier lifted, a 30-day grace period shall render the above-mentioned CWPs to still be valid from the date of lifting.
Further Amending the Policy Guidelines on the Processing and Issuance of WPs and CWPs
NWRB Res. No. 15-0921 was approved by the Board on its meeting held on September 22, 2021 which provides that all holders of CWP for municipal use shall secure a CPC and maintain the same in good standing until the WP has been issued, otherwise, the CWP will be cancelled or revoked. On the other hand, all holders of a WP for municipal use shall maintain the legality and good standing of a CPC, otherwise the same can be a ground for the cancellation of the WP. Likewise, water permittees for municipal use not required by law to secure a CPC shall also maintain their WPs in good standing, otherwise the same may be cancelled or revoked.


JUNE 18, 2017

At the moment, the Angat dam water level is at 161.78 meters as of 6 o’clock in the morning. It continuously declines despite the PAGASA pronouncement of the onset of rainy season. The dam elevation is projected to reach 160 meters in the next three days.

The TWG is proposing to reduce the allocation to MWSS from 46 cms to 40 cms starting June 19 to 21 to fine tune the preparation of the Low Level Outlet (LLO) as a back-up water discharge before the Angat dam level reaches 160 meters. This is to lessen the significant effect of limited water supply in the coming days.

PAGASA reiterated its forecast that a monsoon break is present in the country which lessens the chance of rainfall in the coming days. Earliest downpour is expected in the last week of June.

On June 22, assuming that the 160-meter level is breached based on the projection, another adjustment will be undertaken in the MWSS allocation because the auxiliary unit will be shut down. However, it is assured that at least 36 cms will be allocated to MWSS until the dam further declines to 150 meters assuming that there is no significant inflow.

This will considerably impact the normal delivery of services of both Metro Manila concessionaires, Maynilad and Manila Water, and the Bulacan concessionaire. Expect rotational water service interruptions which will be announced the soonest possible time.

We again appeal to the public to conserve water and hope for heavy rains to come in the Angat watershed area.