Engineering conglomerate Megawide and the MUL consortium (MUL), comprised of Toshiba Water Solutions Pvt. Ltd. and LinkENERGIE, recently started the construction of Maynilad’s Las Piñas water reclamation facility (WRF). This is Maynilad’s largest wastewater treatment plant at 88 MLD (million liters per day) capacity. The facility will serve around 660,000 customers once completed in 2021.
At the ground-breaking for the project were (from left to right): Albert Saringo, MUL consortium project director; Koichi Matsui, Toshiba Water Solutions chairperson and managing director; Rosabella Bantog, Las Piñas City engineer; Henry Medina, Las Piñas city councilor; Frederick Tan, Megawide deputy head for construction; April Aguilar, representative of Las Piñas City Mayor Imelda Aguilar; Ramoncito Fernandez, Maynilad president; Randolph Estrellado, Maynilad COO; Mark Anthony Santos, city councilor; Yolanda Lucas, Maynilad program management head; Antonio Garcia, Maynilad wastewater management head; and Francisco Matias, LinkENERGIE CEO.