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Leading the ribbon-cutting ceremony of the Global Handwashing Day booth in Solenad, Nuvali, Santa Rosa are Laguna Water Business Operations Head Sol N. Dimayuga, Santa Rosa City Mayor Dan Fernandez, Manila Water Foundation (MWF) Executive Director Carla B. Kim, Laguna Water External Affairs Manager Ana A. Martir, and MWF Program Manager Xavier G. Cruz.
Laguna Water, Manila Water Foundation lead 2016 Global Handwashing Day Celebration

Raising awareness to the public about the importance of proper handwashing, Laguna Water, in partnership with Manila Water Foundation, led celebrations for the 2016 Global Handwashing Day (GHD) in Laguna through two simultaneous events held in Solenad, Nuvali, Santa Rosa and Barangay Langkiwa, Biñan on October 13.

Every year, millions of people around the world suffer from diarrheal illnesses and...

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Empowering People. Laguna Water, in partnership with The British Council Philippines, Integrated Micro-Electronics, Inc. (IMI), Ayala Foundation, and Ayala Corporation conducted a capacity-building seminar for 14 community-based entrepreneurs in Laguna.
Laguna Water empowers 14 community-based entrepreneurs in Laguna

Laguna Water, the largest water and sanitation services provider in the Province of Laguna, together with The British Council Philippines, Integrated Micro-Electronics, Inc. (IMI), Ayala Foundation, and Ayala Corporation brought the I am a Changemaker program in Laguna to help local social enterprises increase their impact to the community.

Held on October 3-7 in Camp Allen in Santa Cruz, Laguna,...

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In-photo: Laguna Water Business Zone Manager for Cabuyao, Jec Caraan; Cabuyao City's Office of the Mayor Executive Assistant V Carlo Bella; Sala Elementary School Principal Abelinda Sison; Barangay Sala Chairman Francisco Alimagno; and Laguna Water External Affairs Manager Ana Martir
Laguna Water Provides Schools in Laguna Access to Clean Water and Basic Sanitation Services

Laguna Water held the inauguration of newly-installed drinking fountain and refurbished handwashing areas and restrooms of Sala Elementary School (SES) in Cabuyao City, Laguna on September 20, 2016.

Access to clean water and adequate sanitation amenities has direct impact to the learning ability and academic performance of students. According to a report published by the United Nations in 2006, children...

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Laguna Water inaugurates one of the largest ground water facilities in the country, Laguna Well Field, on August 19. Present during the inauguration are Manila Water executives headed by Manila Water Chairman Fernando Zobel de Ayala (seated 5th from Left) and representatives from the Provincial Government of Laguna led by Governor Ramil L. Hernandez (seated 6th from Left) and Vice Governor Katherine C. Agapay (seated 4th from Left). Joining them were Manila Water President and CEO Gerardo C. Ablaza, Manila Water Chief Operating Officer Ferdinand M. Dela Cruz, Laguna Water President Virgilio C. Rivera, Jr. and Laguna Water General Manager and COO Melvin John M. Tan.
Laguna Water Inaugurates one of the Largest Ground Water Facilities in the Philippines

Laguna Water formally inaugurated one of the largest ground water facilities in the Philippines, Laguna Well Field last August.

Situated at the Laguna Technopark Annex, Laguna Well Field is a centralized water system with a total area of 10,000 square meters. The Php 1.6 billion facility has the capacity to supply 100 million liters of water per day. 

The Laguna Well...

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Go Green For Cleaner Water and Fresher Air. Laguna Water leads the planting of 500 saplings at the Matang Tubig Spring’s water watershed.
Laguna Water plants more than 500 Seedlings in Matang Tubig Spring

Promoting environmental awareness, protection, and sustainability, Laguna Water together with the Boy ScoutS of the Philippines – City of Calamba Council, Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP), Calamba City Environment and Natural Resources Office (CENRO), Department of Education (DepEd), Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR), and various volunteers from different schools, private and public companies and institutions in Laguna planted more...

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