300 residents is Nagbaculao benefit from service expansion

300 residents is Nagbaculao benefit from service expansion

  NAGBACULAO SEASIDE SERVICE EXPANSION: Barangay Kalaklan Chairman Willie Umali and SUBICWATER CEO Benjamin “Bubong” Antonio III lead the ceremonial opening of water valve for the seaside community in Nagbaculao, Barangay Kalaklan. Around 300 residents will benefit from this service expansion project of SUBICWATER.

SUBICWATER conducts test run on new micro-filtration facility

SUBICWATER conducts test run on new micro-filtration facility

MICRO-FILTRATION SYSTEM FOR NEW CABALAN WELL: Officials of SUBICWATER inspect the filtration facilty added to the deep well in the Lopez Jaena area of Barangay New Cabalan. The filters are meant to improve the quality of water being drawn from the said well. The New Cabalan Deep Well will be recommissioned within 24-hours to supply […]

Olongapo gets P54.3-M water system upgrade

Olongapo gets P54.3-M water system upgrade

SHOWER OF BLESSINGS: A resident of Nagbaculao, Barangay Kalaklan gets sprayed with water as Olongapo City Mayor Rolen C. Paulino (leftmost) leads the inauguration rites of Subic Water and Sewerage Co., Inc.’s (SUBICWATER) recently-completed water supply expansion project— one of the three projects worth P54.3 that were activated on Monday. SUBICWATER Chairman Herbert Consunji (fourth from […]

Binictican Treatment Plant Undergoes P16.5-M Rehab

Binictican Treatment Plant Undergoes P16.5-M Rehab

  SUBICWATER has reinforced major components of the Binictican Water Treatment Plant (BWTP) with high strength carbon composites and glass fibers to lengthen its lifespan and to ensure that the water it supplies to the Subic Bay Freeport and portions of Olongapo City are free from contaminants. The P16.5-million rehabilitation program covered the retrofitting of […]

P21-M Water Tank Prepares Mabayuan Plant for Summer

P21-M Water Tank Prepares Mabayuan Plant for Summer

  Before summer sets in this year, SUBICWATER will have a two million-liter steel-bolted tank standing at its Mabayuan Water Treatment Plant (MWTP) to provide extra water supply to the northern part of Olongapo City. The P21-million project which broke ground on September 10, 2012 is 14 meters wide by 13.48 meters high, with self-supporting […]