Boracay Water, a subsidiary of Manila Water Philippine Ventures and a concessionaire of Tourism Infrastructure and Enterprise Zone Authority (TIEZA), has allocated P240-M this year for capital expenditure (CAPEX) projects for the improvement of water and wastewater services in its service area in Boracay Island.
Manila Water, through its Non-East Zone subsidiary Boracay Water, proudly secures its second accolade for Energy Efficiency, winning at the 2023 Energy Efficiency Excellence Awards (EEE) from the Department of Energy (DOE).
Manila Water Non-East Zone subsidiary Boracay Water has launched Project Monsoon, a program which aims to intensify efforts in strengthening sanitation and sustainability in the island of Boracay. Through Project Monsoon, Boracay Water will be providing free sewer connections for all its residential customers living within 60-100 meters from the nearest available sewer network.
Boracay Island has been consistently recognized around the world as one of the premier tourist destinations because of its pristine beaches and powdery white sand. As the Island is highly dependent on tourism for economic viability, it needs to address the continuing threat of environmental degradation due to increasing usage of water and subsequent treatment and disposal of wastewater brought about by the influx of tourists, domestic and foreign alike.
Boracay Water, a subsidiary of Manila Water Philippine Ventures and a concessionaire of Tourism Infrastructure and Enterprise Zone Authority (TIEZA), will be investing P291-M to intensify water and wastewater service improvement in Boracay Island and ensure compliance to its regulatory Service Obligations.