Manila Water Company, Inc. ranked third on LinkedIn's inaugural annual list of 2021 top 15 companies for professionals to grow their careers in the Philippines. Key trends from the country’s top companies list include prioritizing skills, resilience in essential services, and supporting the workforce through challenging times. Overall, these companies are ahead of the game in supporting their talent pool, with programs for flexible work arrangements and employee well-being, among others.
Manila Water bags the Best Sustainability Award at “The Asset Triple A Sustainable Capital Markets Country & Regional Awards 2020”
East Zone concessionaire Manila Water bagged the Best Sustainability Bond in the corporate category at the recently held “The Asset Triple A Sustainable Capital Markets Country & Regional Awards 2020” virtual ceremony. Manila Water Company’s $US 500 M sustainability bond is the company’s debut bond issuance in the international capital markets. The issuance is the single largest sustainability bond issued by a listed private water utility in Asia and the first ASEAN sustainability bond by a corporate issuer out of the Philippines.
Clark Development Corporation and Clark Water launch wastewater project for new environmental standards
Clark Development Corporation, together with Clark Water Corporation, has initiated efforts to upgrade its wastewater treatment processes to prepare the sewage treatment facility serving the Clark Freeport Zone to comply with the new more stringent standards of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources Administrative Order (DAO) 2016-08 on Biological Nutrient Removal (BNR).
Clark Development Corporation, in collaboration with Clark Water Corporation, has begun gearing up its efforts to upgrade its wastewater treatment processes as it prepares its sewage treatment facility serving the Clark Freeport Zone to comply with the new and more stringent standards of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources Administrative Order (DAO) 2016-08 on Biological Nutrient Removal (BNR).
Manila Water, the water and wastewater service provider for the East Zone of Metro Manila and Rizal Province, was recently recognized by the World Bank for its commitment to become a “Utility of the Future”. Through the World Bank’s Water Global Practice’s Utilities of the Future lnitiative, a “Utility of the Future” is defined as “a future-focused utility which provides reliable, safe, inclusive, transparent, and responsive water supply and sanitation services through best-fit practices that allow it to operate in an efficient, resilient, and sustainable manner”.