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## How much is 1 cubic meter of water in the Philippines?

For East Zone customers, Manila Water Company, Inc. will implement an FCDA of **₱0.19 per cubic meter**, down from ₱0.33 per cubic meter, which is 0.66% of its 2021 average basic charge of ₱28.52 per cubic meter.

## How much is a cubic meter of Maynilad 2021?

22. Meanwhile, Maynilad will reduce its FCDA by 0.41 percent or 15 centavos/cu. m. in its 2021 average basic charge of **P36**.

## How much does water cost in Philippines?

Manila Water, which supplies the east zone of Metro Manila, will implement a ₱0.69 per cubic meter (cu. m.) increase, equivalent to 2.43 percent of its average basic charge set at **₱28.52/cu.** **m**.

## How do you calculate water bill per cubic meter?

To determine the amount of water used since your last reading, **take the current meter read and subtract the previous meter read (from your water bill)**, which will give you the number of cubic meter/s used.

## How many cubic meters of water does an average household use per month?

On average, a bath consumes 80 liters of water per use. In comparison, a shower uses 46 liters per use. The average household water bill in the UK differs from company to company.

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## How much is the minimum rate of Maynilad?

Maynilad will apply an FCDA of **negative 0.39% of** its 2021 average basic charge of P36. 24 per cubic meter or negative P0. 14 per cubic meter.

## How much is Maynilad installation?

How much is the installation fee for Maynilad? The company also reduces water service application fees for residents of blighted areas. From a standard fee of **about P8,160** including the Guaranty Deposit, they are only charged about P3,000 as Maynilad shoulders two-thirds of the cost for the service connection.

## How do you calculate water consumption per person?

About this indicator: Per capita water consumption is calculated from **the total island wide water consumption divided by population**.