On November 21, 2019, two of SUBICWATER’s employees were honored in front of guests, judges, and other members of the Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority (SBMA), as they were awarded with their plaques and tokens for being included in the winners of the Ten Outstanding Freeport Workers (TOFW) 2019.
The first winner to be awarded was Engr. Danette Ysabelle Mambing, who has worked for the company as a process shift engineer under the Wastewater Division since August 2017. Her efficiency at work resulted in 11.3% worth of power savings and 8.3% improvement in the use of treatment chemicals, in 2018 alone. Engr. Danette has also been a consistent participant in numerous environmental activities, as her means of promoting water safety and conservation outside of the office.
While Engr. Danette is in charge of wastewater treatment, SUBICWATER’s second winner is part of the team that treats the potable water of both the Subic Bay Freeport Zone (SBFZ) and Olongapo City.
As SUBICWATER’s Water Treatment Operations Officer for the Freeport, Engr. Wenie Nadi R. Catungal is part of the team that ensures the constant supply of clean, potable water into the taps of residents and establishments in the SBFZ and Olongapo City. More importantly, Engr. Wenie was part of the team that drafted the framework for SUBICWATER’s Disaster Manual, containing guidelines to address natural disasters like floods, earthquakes, landslides, and droughts.
Through Engineers Danette and Wenie, SUBICWATER continues to innovate, and deliver the promise of providing quality service to the Freeport and Olongapo City. And hopefully, to serve as inspiration for the other workers of the SBFZ.