PRIMEWATER Infrastructure Corp. opened recently the newly built San Isidro Booster Station in Brgy. San Isidro that aims to increase the water supply of PrimeWater Subic.
PrimeWater Operations Head Cezar Ong emphasized the importance of the San Isidro Booster Station and the need for water as an essential resource during this time of COVID-19 pandemic. “We support our PrimeWater Subic Branch for all their efforts in improving the lives of Subic residents.”
For her part, PrimeWater Subic Branch Manager Ruby Quisay also discussed the improvements made in PrimeWater’s operations in Subic.
According to Ms. Quisay, the San Isidro Booster Station will benefit five (5) barangays, namely Naugsol, San Isidro, Sto. Tomas, Matain, and Calapacuan.
The strict, invitation-only event was attended by no less than Zambales Vice Governor Jay Khonghun and Subic Mayor Jonathan Khonghun.
After the ceremonial opening of the facility, another Primewater Subic project was inaugurated. The Mangan Vaca 6 Pumping Station, which started its operations last January 2021, was opened as part of the Subic Water District’s anniversary celebration.
The Mangan Vaca 6 Pumping Station provides 500,000 liters of water per day to 2,000 households in Barangays Mangan-Vaca, Ilwas, Asinan Poblacion, Wawandue, Baraca-Camachile, and Calapandayan.
Not only does it provide additional water supply, the pumping station also helps increase water pressure in said areas.
According to PrimeWater management, these improvements in Subic are just the beginning.
“More than a year into the pandemic, we are now moving faster and exerting efforts to ensure that Subic and its residents will benefit from the services of PrimeWater.”