PrimeWater-SPWD Strengthens Water Management Initiatives With New Additional Central Booster Station

PrimeWater Infrastructure Corporation and its joint venture partner, San Pedro City Water District (SPWD) held a groundbreaking ceremony for its new additional Central Water Booster Station 2 at Brgy. Nueva, San Pedro, Laguna recently.  

Continuous source development to enhance water supply  

As part of its commitment to boost water supply services in the city, the Central Booster Station 2 with a capacity of two million liters per day will address the needs in the upper portion of San Pedro particularly Barangays Magsaysay, United Bayanihan, Bagong Silang, Calendola, Riverside, Estrella, United Better Living, Narra, Laram, Langgam, and San Vicente (Bayan-Bayanan). The project is part of the company’s continuous source development initiatives where significant water infrastructure such as the Central Booster Station 1 with a capacity of 6 million liters per day and the Magsaysay Booster Station at Brgy. Magsaysay storing one million liters of water per day was constructed earlier and is now serving concessionaires in the city. Currently, 12 water sources have been developed to serve the increasing needs of San Pedro City.  

“Rest assured that PrimeWater and SPWD will continue to strengthen services and work tirelessly to ensure that water supply and distribution are sustainably managed for the benefit of our served areas in San Pedro,” says John Paul Pascual, PrimeWater San Pedro Branch Manager.  

Pipe expansion and replacement to recover more water for daily use  

The PrimeWater-SPWD partnership is also highlighted by its non-stop rehabilitation and replacement of pipelines where they have expanded almost 19,000 linear meters of new pipelines in Barangays Calendola, Cuyab, Landayan, Langgam, Laram, Magsaysay, Narra, Nueva, Pacita 2, San Antonio, and Sto. Niño benefitting concessionaires in the said areas.  

Pipelines were also replaced in the elevated areas of San Pedro, particularly in Barangay San Antonio (Upper) to San Vicente (Bayan-Bayanan), while almost 12,000 waterline leakages were repaired throughout the city through continuous  leak detection, and repairs. 

The groundbreaking event was also attended by LWUA Administrator Atty Vicente Homer Revil and the SPWD Board of Directors.

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