DEKADA ’90— hindi maitatanggi na isa ito sa mga pinakamapanghamong yugto sa kasaysayan ng Olongapo at Subic Bay Freeport. Kalagitnaan ng taong 1991 nang magtamo ng matinding pinsala ang siyudad matapos na pumutok ang bulkang Pinatubo. Ang sitwasyon ay lumala pa noong 1992, noong ganap nang napaalis ng gobyerno ang mga Amerikano mula sa Subic […]
SUBICWATER’s capital expenditures (Capex) on physical projects amounted to P34.62 million for the first three months of this year. This was brought by the completion of 27 projects and partial completion of 18 others. So far, total Capex spending for the last three fiscal years starting April 2014 has reached P501.8 million. Pipe Network […]
The recently-completed Sibul Booster Station will improve water services to the highest points in Barangay East Bajac-bajac, a village that shares borders with that of Subic Bay Freeport. This facility will draw water from the three Saluysoy Tanks which sit on one side of the ridge separating the village from the fenced-in former US naval […]
The two-million liter modular tank inside the Mabayuan Water Treatment Plant (MWTP) compound was upgraded with another set of pump and motor which will provide water supply to Barangay Gordon Heights in case of plant shutdowns.
A superior filter media capable of removing iron and manganese in water is now being used in the Mabayuan Water Treatment Plant.
About two years ago, SUBICWATER’s geo-resistivity surveys identified a possible ground water source in the Iram Resettlement Area in Barangay New Cabalan. A test drilling immediately followed, but results were unsatisfactory: water yield was way below the minimum requirement to make the operation of a pump station viable. At around the same time, the […]
In Subic Bay Freeport, those in the food service industry are required to have grease traps, which are plumbing devices designed to intercept animal fats and vegetable oils from the kitchen before they enter a wastewater disposal system. Grease solidifies under normal temperature. Other solid particles such as hair, food scraps, and dirt get trapped […]
A seasoned management expert on enterprise risk management, systems auditing, business processes re-engineering, and information technology is SUBICWATER’s new chief executive officer. He is no other than Benjamin “Bubong” Antonio III, who served as Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority’s (SBMA) representative to the SUBICWATER Board for three years up to 2016, being an SBMA Board member […]