Manila Water allots P51M for service upgrade in Cainta
none (The Philippine Star) - October 25, 2014 - 12:00am

MANILA, Philippines - Ayala-led Manila Water Co. Inc. is spending P51 million to improve water service in Filinvest East Homes in Cainta, Rizal.

The East Zone water concessionaire said it recently signed a memorandum of agreement with Fil East Homeowners Association in Cainta, Rizal for the implementation of the pipelaying project that will benefit around 1, 101 households.

“This project is part of our commitment to give individual connections to Filinvest Land that will benefit 1,101 households,” Manila Water East Zone Business Operations Group director Ferdinand Dela Cruz said.

The pipelaying project along Marcos Highway will start in January 2015 and will be completed in October the same year.

Manila Water services the Metro Manila east zone concession area that covers parts of Quezon City and Makati, the southeastern parts of Manila, Taguig, Pateros, Marikina, Pasig, San Juan, Mandaluyong, and Rizal province.

In Vietnam, it operates Thu Duc Water and Kenh Dong Water.

The company also continues to pursue expansion opportunities in Myanmar and Indonesia.

The company is actively scouting for areas outside Metro Manila where it can gain water supply rights, such as locales with a population of half a million, an economically viable population for providing bulk water service.

Manila Water is also amenable to taking on non-revenue water reduction projects in provinces that already have water service providers.

Subsidiaries Boracay Water and Laguna Water also continue to expand service coverage in water and wastewater services.

 

CAINTA EAST ZONE FERDINAND DELA CRUZ FIL EAST HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION FILINVEST EAST HOMES FILINVEST LAND IN VIETNAM MANILA WATER METRO MANILA RIZAL WATER
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