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Laguna Water, Water.org, and WaterLinks officially launched the WaterConnect project which aims to make safe and clean water available to all, particularly to low-income families. In-photo (L-R): Water.org Country Director Carlos Ani, WaterLinks Executive Director Mai Flor, WaterConnect Team Leader Bonifer Bautista, Laguna Water Sustainable Development Manager Eunice Christine Ricaforte, and MWPV South Luzon Regional Business Cluster Head and Laguna Water General Manager Melvin John Tan.

 

Manila Water Philippine Ventures, Water.org; and WaterLinks pool their resources together to connect at least 1,500 low-income families to the piped water system of Laguna Water by September 2017.

The joint project dubbed as Water Connect and will be piloted in Laguna Province, aims to support Filipino families who do not have enough means to gain access to reliable water source. The...

Photo on Left (L-R): Laguna Water Operations Head Rodel V. Del Rosario, Dr. Noel G. Sabino, Dr. Marissa J. Sobremisana, Laguna Water Business Operations Head Sol N. Dimayuga, and Laguna Water General Manager Melvin John M. Tan. Upper Right Photo: Laguna Water’s TSEK ng Bayan Team. Lower Right Photo: Laguna Water dances to the company’s desludging services jingle, Poopoo song. 

Sanitation plays an important role in the health and well-being of people and in the conservation of the environment. But more than that, it is an avenue that uplifts human dignity.

Addressing the lack of public awareness about the importance of adequate sanitation, Laguna Water, an authorized water and wastewater services provider in the Province of Laguna, held a public consultation...

Manila Water Chief Operating Officer Ferdinand M. Dela Cruz (4th from Left), Laguna Water General Manager Melvin John M. Tan (3rd from Left), Laguna Water Regulatory and External Affairs Head Mark F. Mesina (7th from Right), Pakil Mayor Vince Soriano (6th from Left), and the members of the Laguna Water Management Team are present to accept the Anvil Awards for Laguna Water.

For the 3rd consecutive year, Laguna Water was recognized by the Public Relations Society of the Philippines (PRSP) for its outstanding public relations tools. The company took home two Silver Anvil during the 52nd Anvil Gabi ng Parangal held at the Makati Shangri La Hotel, Makati City last March 10.

The largest water and used water services provider in the Province of Laguna bagged a...

Laguna Well Field is one of the largest groundwater facilities in the Philippines. This centralized water distribution system of Laguna Water is set to provide safe and clean water to more than 135,000 households in the Province of Laguna.

Laguna Water, the largest water and used water services provider in the Province of Laguna, ended the year 2016 with more than 125,000 customers. This is a 25% increase in customer base than the previous year.

In the span of seven years, this Manila Water subsidiary was able to multiply its number of service connections to almost eight times the 17,000 connections when it started in...

Manila Water President and CEO Virgilio C. Rivera, Jr. (4th from left), Manila Water Corporate Human Resources Group Director Janine T. Carreon (3rd from left), South Luzon Regional Business Cluster Head and Laguna Water General Manager Melvin John M. Tan (5th from left) together with the representatives of partner schools during the MOA signing at Luxent Hotel, Quezon City.

Aiming to produce more professionals in the water industry, Laguna Water signed a Memorandum of Agreement with various schools and universities in the region of South Luzon. 

Held at the Luxent Hotel in Quezon City, the signing was attended by Manila Water Philippine Ventures President and CEO Virgilio C. Rivera, Jr., Manila Water Corporate Human Resources Group Director Janine T....

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