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## How can I check my water balance in Manila?

You may view Your outstanding balance (“Outstanding Balance”) for the current billing period via **MY.** **MANILAWATER.** **APP** after successful validation and enrollment of Your account/s with Manila Water.

## How do you read a water meter reading?

On the meter face there are two sets of numbers, black on the left and red on the right. The black numbers show the number of cubic metres used, while the red ones and the dials show litres. When submitting a meter reading, only read the **black numbers** and ignore the red numbers (one cubic metre = 1,000 litres).

## How do I calculate how much water is on a water 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 can I check my Manila Water bill by text?

Manila Water has launched its bill inquiry program using the SMS platform or text messaging to provide billing information to customers. Using their mobile phones, customers simply need to send the following details to 225600: **MW BILLCANlast 8 digits of contract account number**.

## 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.

## Can I read my own water meter?

To read a water meter in gallons, take note of **the number at the bottom of your water meter**. … The meter above is an analog meter that reads: 302152 gallons. Some analog water meters read water usage in cubic feet, instead of gallons, and incorporate a decimal point, reading like an odometer in a car.

## What do the red numbers on a water meter mean?

Numbers in the black boxes show the amount of cubic metres of water you have used. … The numbers in the red boxes **record tenths and hundredths of a cubic metre**. When to read your meter. Try to read the meter at the same day and time every week. This will allow you to accurately calculate how much water you are using.

## How do you calculate per capita water consumption?

How is Per Capita Water Use Determined? Residential per capita water use is calculated **by dividing the total volume of water sold to residential accounts by the number of people being served**.

## How do you measure water usage?

**Water meters** measure the total amount of water used in your home and are usually located at the property line or on the house. The meter may measure in cubic meters, cubic feet, gallons, or liters. To obtain your water use over the course of a 24-hour day, read your meter at the same time on two consecutive days.