(UPDATED March 7, 2019 11:40 PM) In light of PAGASA’s recent El Niño advisory and its threat to Metro Manila’s domestic water supply, Manila Water will be implementing operational adjustments that may affect water service across the entire East Zone. This is to help arrest the rapid decline of the water level at La Mesa Dam, due to limited inflows from rainfall.
Manila Water paid tribute to various local government units and national government agencies that have been staunch partners and supporters of the Toka Toka advocacy campaign, the country’s first and only environmental movement focused on wastewater or used water management.
Manila Water Company, Inc.’s Metrology Center (MWMC) recently conducted an interlaboratory comparison with Sensus Laboratories in Germany to comply with the requirement of ISO/IEC 17025 accreditation, which necessitates MWMC to validate laboratory-developed methods.
The ASEAN Centre for Energy awarded Manila Water first runner up recognition for Energy Management – Building and Industries, Small and Medium Industry Category at the ASEAN Energy Awards 2018, held during the recent 36th ASEAN Ministers on Energy Meeting in Singapore. The ASEAN Energy Awards aims to recognize organizations in the ASEAN member states that demonstrate exemplary programs and projects that contributed to improvement in energy efficiency and performance.