Laguna Water Assures Sufficient Water Supply For Service Areas In Laguna

Laguna Water already has the capacity to supply 200 million liters of water per day, which is 35% larger than the required demand.

Customers of Laguna Water are assured to have enough water supply despite the threats of the El Niño. 

"Laguna Water customers do not need to worry about their water supply. Aside from having adequate water supply, we have laid out reliability plans and contingency initiatives that will ensure sustainability of our water operations," said General Manager Shoebe Caong. 

Though there is enough water supply for its customers, Laguna Water encourages the public to use water wisely.

“For us to continuously enjoy sufficient water supply, it is important that we use and consume water responsibly,” Caong added.

Laguna Water sources its supply from the ground water and Matang Tubig Spring. The company also manages and operates the Laguna Well Field, one of the largest centralized water distribution system in Laguna, which has the capacity to supply 100 million liters of water per day.

The demand for water supply of Laguna Water customers in Biñan, Cabuyao, and Sta. Rosa is at 150 million liters of water per day. With its current water sources, Laguna Water already has the capacity to supply 200 million liters of water per day, hence, having a more than 35% buffer than the required demand.

Laguna Water customers who experience low pressure to no water are encouraged to contact the company’s hotlines (call: SMART 0998 559 2306, GLOBE 0917 868 4367; text: SMART 0998 559 2469, GLOBE 0917 868 4354) immediately so that proper actions will be employed accordingly. 

Laguna Water, a joint venture between the Provincial Government of Laguna and Manila Water, is the largest water, used water, and environmental services provider in the Province of Laguna, with more than 100,000 service connections.

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