Mayor Rolen Paulino, Jr. Visits SUBICWATER Facilities

Mayor Rolen Paulino, Jr. and SUBICWATER CEO Benjamin E. Antonio, III (Standing, 9th and 10th from left) pose for a photo with personnel of SUBICWATER.

Last October 1, 2019, Mayor Rolen Paulino, Jr. graced the main office of SUBICWATER to observe and learn about the day-to-day operations of the company, as well as to meet the people managing the water and wastewater utilities of the Subic Bay Freeport Zone and Olongapo City.

SUBICWATER CEO Benjamin E. Antonio, III presenting the achievements and plans of the company to Mayor Rolen Paulino, Jr.

The visit began with a lunch at the SUBICWATER Conference Room and a presentation by CEO Benjamin E. Antonio, III, who highlighted the accomplishments and upcoming developments of SUBICWATER to further improve the services being provided to the customers. The short discussion was followed by a tour at the SUBICWATER Main Office in which Mayor Paulino was introduced to each division of the company.

SUBICWATER CEO Benjamin E. Antonio, III explaining the wastewater treatment process to Mayor Rolen Paulino, Jr. A sample of the treated wastewater is also being shown to the Mayor.

After touring the main office, Antonio personally accompanied the honorable Mayor around the Central Business District Sewage Treatment Plant— the biggest among the seven sewage treatment plants being operated by SUBICWATER. Also part of the tour was a briefing on the wastewater treatment process for the sewage coming from the CBD-STP.

Engr. Aljon Balatbat, of the Mabayuan Water Treatment Plant, explains the water treatment process to Honorable Mayor.

The last stop of the mayor’s visit of SUBICWATER facilities was at the Mabayuan Water Treatment Plant (MWTP), which supplies drinking water to six barangays of Olongapo City. The tour included a step-by-step walkthrough of the water treatment process of SUBICWATER- from the initial treatment to the final steps before the water is distributed to the lines of Olongapo City.

Mayor Rolen Paulino, Jr. and SUBICWATER CEO Benjamin E. Antonio, III pose for a handshake at the Mabayuan Water Treatment Plant.

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