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Vivant unit buys 45% of Palawan water company

Vivant Corp, Philippines

Vivant Corp., through a unit, acquired a 45% interest in Faith Lived Out Visions 2 Ventures Holdings Inc. in partnership with the city of Puerto Princesa to develop a sewerage and septage facility. Vivant disclosed to the Philippine Stock Exchange Friday it received a notice from wholly-owned subsidiary Vivant Infracore Holdings Inc. that Vivant …

Beyond water service: Maynilad builds massive infrastructure projects to clean up Metro Manila waterways

Maynilad, Philippines, water network, wastewater treatment

On a humid, cloudy afternoon in November, Angelita Imperio looks out from across her house at the nearby Estero de Santibañez, one of the tributaries that leads to Pasig River. She has already finished some of her tasks for the day: beside the estero, the concrete walkway was clean, and the plant boxes have been watered. She fastens the …

Maynilad allots P6 billion for sewer lines in Las Piñas

Maynilad, Philippines, water network

Maynilad Water Services, Inc has said it is allocating more than P6 billion (SGD $160 million) for the installation of 30 kilometres (km) of sewer lines in Las Piñas City this year. In a statement, the west zone concessionaire said the 30km conveyance will be implemented in the fourth quarter. This project is part of a planned 80km sewage …

Editor’s pickBuilding a more resilient water network in the Philippines

Grundfos, Philippines, Water, Network, Asia, Water security, Climate change, Infrastructure, Flood Control

  By Leong Chee Khuan, Area Managing Director for South Asia and General Manager for Grundfos Pumps Sdn Bhd Water is a precious and increasingly critical resource. Water security has become one of our most urgent environmental crises as well as our fastest-growing social, political and economic challenges faced today. Increasing water …

Philippine Government Urged to Explore Wastewater Treatment, Desalination options to address Water Woes

Philippines, wastewater treatment, desalination

Amid the clamour for water supply in several areas in Cebu due to the effect of the dry season, an option that is being proposed to the Philippine government and large firms is the possible conversion of wastewater and saline water into potable water. Engineer Edgar Sibonga, executive director of the Provincial Water Resources Authority (PWRA), …