As the Philippine Atmospheric Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) officially announced the beginning of summer, Manila Water assures its 7.4 million customers in the East Zone of Metro Manila and Rizal sustained 24/7 water service even throughout the Holy Week. In conjunction with the rollout of the P181-billion Service Improvement Plan being implemented this year until 2027, the water company is simultaneously executing contingency and augmentation projects to secure uninterrupted water service to its growing customer base.
Manila Water, together with its contractor and consultant, Megawide Construction Corporation and Suez International, recently celebrated one million safe man-hours without lost time incident in the construction of the Aglipay Sewage Treatment Plant (STP) in Barangay Old Zaniga, Mandaluyong City.
Manila Water’s mission to deliver world-class services tailored to the needs of the communities it serves continues, as the Company boosts the implementation of its service expansion program this year particularly for Rizal Province. Manila Water is set to spend P833 million for projects slated for implementation this year in Rizal Province which include 23 mainline extension and individualization projects.
CEMEX Philippines and Manila Water Company recently signed a partnership allowing the use of biosolids as alternative fuels, a first in the Philippines and a major accomplishment in helping address climate change in alignment with the Philippine government’s priority thrust towards adaptation and resiliency.
East Zone concessionaire Manila Water recently inaugurated one of its flagship projects that seeks to boost water security and service reliability for its more than 7.4 million customers in eastern Metro Manila and Rizal Province. This major water project augurs well with the government’s “Build Better More” program, which prioritizes the build of infrastructure as a key engine for growth and economic development.