Laguna Water provides potable water for 600 families affected by Typhoon Ulysses

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In photo: Water tankers and stations installed by Laguna Water in different evacuation centers in Laguna cities and municipalities for families affected by Ulysses.

Laguna Water reached out to more than 600 families in the Province of Laguna who were affected by the havoc wrought  by Typhoon Ulysses. In coordination with the Provincial Government of Laguna, the company provided water tankering services to hundreds of homeless, evacuated families in Barangays Dela Paz and Malaban in Biñan City, and Barangays Aplaya and Sinalhan in Santa Rosa City.

“Water supply that is safe for drinking and other domestic use is important especially in times of calamities like this. The health and survival of the people are at stake and should be acted upon immediately. Laguna Water is closely working with the provincial government officials to address the needs of the Lagunenses,” shared Ms. Shoebe Hazel B. Caong, Laguna Water General Manager and COO.

Aside from the communities located in its service areas of Biñan, Santa Rosa, Cabuyao, Pagsanjan, and Pakil, Laguna Water extended its water tankering assistance to provide for the affected families in Bay and in Mabitac, Laguna.

More than 11,000 gallons of water were deployed to support the water needs of the families in the various evacuation centers in Laguna.

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