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Advisory suspensionAugust21 2021

Further Amending the Policy Guidelines on the Processing and Issuance of Water Permits (WPs) and Conditional Water Permits (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.
Standard Rules and Regulations in the Operation of Waterworks Systems, As Revised 2021
NWRB Res. No. 14-0921 was approved by the Board on its meeting held on September 22, 2021 which embodies modifications on the existing rules and regulations in the operations of waterworks systems.
Granting of Authority to Executive Director and/or Deputy Executive Director to Represent NWRB in All Civil and Administrative Cases
NWRB Res. No. 14-0821 was approved by the Board on its meeting held on August 25, 2021 that grants authority to the Executive Director and/or Deputy Executive Director to represent NWRB in all civil and administrative cases where NWRB is a party, either as a complainant/petitioner or respondent/defendant, before any court of law or such other tribunals.
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. 05-0221 was approved by the Board on its meeting held on February 17, 2021 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, 2021 and September 30, 2021, respectively during the State of Public Health Emergency.

Angat dam surpassed 200 meters in 2020
January 2, 2020

With the help of typhoon Tisoy and the recent northeast monsoon rains, Angat dam’s midnight elevation in December 31, 2019 reached 201.65 meters. It keeps on rising as it is reported that as of 6:00 in the morning today, the level is at 202.60 meters.

Although the water level is still below the normal high water level (NHWL) of 212 meters, this significant increase will help stretch ample water supply for Metro Manila and its neighboring provinces until the next rainy season comes.
Water allocation for the month of January 2020 is 40 cubic meters per second (cms) for Metropolitan Waterworks and Sewerage System (MWSS) while 10 cms for National Irrigation Administration (NIA). The reduction of allocation from its normal number is a management measure to ensure that water supply is sustained in the critical summer months this year.
The government is working steadfastly to efficiently manage the limited water resources. Angat dam is constantly monitored by the Technical Working Group composed of NWRB, PAGASA, MWSS, NIA and National Power Corporation (NPC).
A campaign dubbed as Oplan Tubig Para sa Kinabukasan led by the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) and Metro Manila Council (MMC) to promote sustainable use of water is supported by DENR, NWRB, DILG and MWSS. All efforts are being exhausted to minimize the possible adverse impacts of the situation we are confronting.
The public is asked for its contribution and help to use water responsibly. Simple water conservation measures that can save at least one liter a day equate to unutilized water in Angat dam.