News and Updates

Ensuring a Better Future for Future Generations. Laguna Water employees spend time in helping schools rehabilitate their facilities through the Linis Eskwela 2016 program.
Laguna Water Launches Linis Eskwela 2016

Laguna Water launched Linis Eskwela 2016, a continuity program of Lingap Eskwela which supports the 2016 National Schools Maintenance program, popularly known as “Brigada Eskwela”, with the theme “Tayo Para sa Paaralang Ligtas, Maayos, at Handa Mula Kindergarten Hanggang Senior High School”.

Brigada Eskwela, a modern version of Bayanihan, is one of the Department of Education’s initiatives in ensuring that...

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Read and Bill Process. Laguna Water  rolls out its new read and bill process that allows customers to receive their water bills right after the meter reading.
Laguna Water rolls out new read and bill process

Laguna Water, on its seventh year of operation, continues to seek ways on improving its processes and systems with the intent of better serving its more than 115,000 customers in the Province of Laguna. Aiming for a more efficient way of delivering water bills, the company has recently implemented the new READ & BILL process. 

Prior to the Read and...

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Championing work-life balance. Laguna Water players from different teams pose with the team muses and members of the Leadership Team during the opening ceremony of the 1st Laguna Water Company Basketball Tournament on May 20.
Laguna Water Opens First Company Basketball Tournament

Championing work-life balance and establishing strong relationship among its employees, the official opening ceremony of Laguna Water's first-ever Company Basketball Tournament was held on May 17 at the Palma Real Covered Court in Biñan, Laguna.

"This basketball tournament intends to build and strengthen relationships of both office-based and site-assigned employees, providing a venue for more personal interaction while having fun...

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Simple Acts for the Environment. Residents of  Brgy. Marinig, Cabuyao, Laguna supports Laguna Water’s call to protect and preserve the environment, especially the water systems  found in their areas.
Cabuyao City supports Laguna Water’s environmental initiatives

Knowing that having clean water systems directly contributes to the improvement of both socio-economic and health and nutrition status of families in the Philippines, Laguna Water brings its information, education, and communication (IEC) programs, Mobile Lakbayan and Toka Toka, on the importance of proper used water management and the protection and preservation of our natural water sources to different cities...

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Fight Against Climate Change. Laguna Water’s Regulatory and External Affairs Head Real C. Magtangob (7th from L) and Sta. Rosa City Mayor Arlene B. Arcillas (8th from L) signed the Toka-Toka’s Pledge of Commitment for the Environment.
Laguna Water Joins Sta. Rosa City in its Fight Against Climate Change

Laguna Water participated in SILAKBO 8, Sta. Rosa City's annual bike, walk and fun run event aimed at raising environmental awareness and responsiveness, held last April 23 at The Fields in Nuvali.

Themed "Fighting Climate Change, Our Responsibility As One Family," more than 1,200 fitness and environment enthusiasts participated in SILAKBO – a contraction of the Filipino words “sikad” (bike),...

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