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She emphasized the need for everyone to practice water-saving measures so there will be enough supply to cater to all consumers.Although they cannot shut down carwashes, Gerodias appealed to these establishments to reduce their water pressure to avoid unnecessary wastage.“We encourage prudent use of water. I think it is our responsibility, not only during the El Niño but every day... We hope the public to responsibly use the water, particularly that we are short on supply,” she said.Alfredo Quiblat Jr., chief of Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (Pagasa) Visayas, earlier announced that Cebu has officially been under a dry spell since the last week of February.A dry spell refers to three consecutive months of below-normal rainfall, or a drop of 21 percent to 60 percent, or two consecutive months of way below-normal rainfall, or a drop of more than 60 percent. 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For example, those who are receiving full 24-hour service, will now have 22 or 20 hours instead. So the other supply will be given to the less,” she said.Gerodias said water tankers are on standby to provide aid to areas that do not have any water supply.Unlike in the past, she said they will not ask residents to form lines to receive water. Instead, they will directly inject the water from the tankers into the distribution lines for safety reasons, she said.This method will ensure that the distribution of water is accurately accounted for, she said. If water is manually distributed, it cannot be metered, which results in non-revenue water.Gerodias said they are taking this step to ensure the water supply is not interrupted, but the water pressure may be reduced.Gerodias is urging the public to conserve water and to avoid wastage. She emphasized the need for everyone to practice water-saving measures so there will be enough supply to cater to all consumers.Although they cannot shut down carwashes, Gerodias appealed to these establishments to reduce their water pressure to avoid unnecessary wastage.“We encourage prudent use of water. I think it is our responsibility, not only during the El Niño but every day... We hope the public to responsibly use the water, particularly that we are short on supply,” she said.Alfredo Quiblat Jr., chief of Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (Pagasa) Visayas, earlier announced that Cebu has officially been under a dry spell since the last week of February.A dry spell refers to three consecutive months of below-normal rainfall, or a drop of 21 percent to 60 percent, or two consecutive months of way below-normal rainfall, or a drop of more than 60 percent. 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For example, those who are receiving full 24-hour service, will now have 22 or 20 hours instead. So the other supply will be given to the less,” she said.Gerodias said water tankers are on standby to provide aid to areas that do not have any water supply.Unlike in the past, she said they will not ask residents to form lines to receive water. Instead, they will directly inject the water from the tankers into the distribution lines for safety reasons, she said.This method will ensure that the distribution of water is accurately accounted for, she said. If water is manually distributed, it cannot be metered, which results in non-revenue water.Gerodias said they are taking this step to ensure the water supply is not interrupted, but the water pressure may be reduced.Gerodias is urging the public to conserve water and to avoid wastage. She emphasized the need for everyone to practice water-saving measures so there will be enough supply to cater to all consumers.Although they cannot shut down carwashes, Gerodias appealed to these establishments to reduce their water pressure to avoid unnecessary wastage.“We encourage prudent use of water. I think it is our responsibility, not only during the El Niño but every day... We hope the public to responsibly use the water, particularly that we are short on supply,” she said.Alfredo Quiblat Jr., chief of Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (Pagasa) Visayas, earlier announced that Cebu has officially been under a dry spell since the last week of February.A dry spell refers to three consecutive months of below-normal rainfall, or a drop of 21 percent to 60 percent, or two consecutive months of way below-normal rainfall, or a drop of more than 60 percent. 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