MANILA Water Foundation recently teamed up with its newest partner, Philippine Book Fairs Education, Inc. (PBFEI). Manila Water Foundation also received P15,000-worth of book certificate from the PBFEI which will be used to support the Foundation’s programs geared towards water, used water and environmental education. “In its aim of improving lives through livelihood and education
By Liberty A. Pinili The Mayflower Inn and West Gorordo Hotel have installed bike racks so guests can safely park their bicycles. The eco-friendly hostel and hotel encourage guests to use bikes to move around the city. Mayflower Inn also lends bicycles and accessories to guests who are interested to explore Cebu on two wheels.
FOLLOWING the recent partnership sealing of Manila Water with the municipalities of San Mateo and Angono in Rizal Province for the Toka Toka environmental advocacy, another partnership was closed this time with the Antipolo City Government to reinforce efforts using water management. Manila Water Corporate Strategic Affairs Group Director Ferdinand Dela Cruz welcomed the partnership
The candidates of Miss Doong 2014 in Doong, an island barangay in Bantayan, Cebu. The village is celebrating its annual fiesta on May 15 in honor of their patron saint San Isidro Labrador. (Photo by Alex Badayos of Sun.Star Cebu)
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EIGHT pollution control officers of East Zone concessionaire Manila Water were recognized during the 4th Pollution Control Officers (PCO) recognition day recently. The recognition, which was organized by the Laguna Lake Development Authority (LLDA), aimed to honor outstanding efforts of an agency to fight water pollution and to promote a cleaner environment. Cited for their
AS PART of Laguna Water’s continuing efforts to further improve its service, the company recently purchased the Philippines’s first sms-based monitoring system that provides real time status of its water supply facilities. Sensors of Picobox system, which was developed by Singapore, have been placed in more than 50 water supply facilities of Laguna Water in
CLARK Water Corporation, the sole provider of water and used water services in the Clark Freeport and Clark Special Economic Zones, recently launched the ‘Water Only’ campaign encouraging employees and customers to as much as possible limit their liquid intake to purely water. The campaign promotes the health benefits of drinking water over the supposedly
MANILA Water Foundation, the corporate social responsibility arm of the Manila Water group for areas within Metro Manila and beyond, engaged youngsters in a day full of exciting activities that expressed the value of taking care of Mother Earth. Manila Water Foundation Executive Director Carla Beriña-Kim said: “The Foundation’s Earth Day celebration reflects how we
The contingent of Barangays Tawason, Canduman, Cubacub, Casili, Pagsabungan and Tingub emerged winner in last Saturday night’s Panagtagbo Festival in Mandaue City.
Besting five other contingents, Cluster 4 took home P100,000 after winning the grand showdown at the City Sports and Cultural Complex. It was also adjudged best in costume and best in choreography.
The contingent of Barangay Paknaan placed second, receiving P75,000. It received another P30,000 for winning the street dancing competition. Continue reading–>
THE Department of Environment and Natural Resource-Central Visayas (DENR-7) uses geotagging to monitor the progress of the National Greening Program (NGP) in the region. DENR 7 Executive Director Isabelo Montejo said the geotagging system will ensure accuracy of reporting. Montejo said they decided to use geotagging to erase doubts about the accomplishments of the NGP,