PrimeWater Silang and PrimeWater Dasmariñas have inaugurated 11 water pumping stations in their respective service areas.
With strong support from the company’s joint venture partners – the Silang Water District and Dasmariñas Water District – the projects were completed to improve water supply and water pressure among their concessionaires.
Six additional pumping stations were added to the existing ten by PrimeWater Silang to ensure 24/7 supply of potable water in the city’s 14 barangays.
Abigail Mojica, PrimeWater Silang branch manager, said the opening of new pumping stations was in response to the concerns of its concessionaires, including reports on scheduled water supply.
“We are listening to the requests of our customers. We added new sources for them to have better water supply. The vision is for water supply to be available 24 hours. The opening of additional pumping stations is the first step to achieve that vision here in Silang,” she said amid complaints that water supply is sometimes limited to only three hours in certain areas.
In a Facebook post, Silang Mayor Corie Poblete applauded the efforts of PrimeWater Silang and Silang Water District to resolve the water issues in the city.
“We inaugurated these pumping stations with Prime Water Silang and Silang Water District taking the lead. I am pleased to know that in the near future, we will be free of our water-related problems,” Poblete said.
Meanwhile, PrimeWater Dasmariñas launched five deep wells and pumping stations: Villa Elena Pumping Station, Cardinal Pumping Station, Malinta 3 Pumping Station, Victoria Reyes 2 Pumping Station, and Cornerstone Pumping Station.
Primewater Dasmariñas branch manager Roldan Panganiban said these projects aim to ensure their customers have sufficient water supply amid the pandemic.
“We at PrimeWater Dasmariñas will continue doing our best to stay true to our commitment to deliver better water supply and service to our customers,” he said.
Niel Bautista, PrimeWater Cavite Head of Operations, said the projects were made possible by their joint ventures with local water districts.
“These collaborations will be one of the many projects and programs to ensure a better and more efficient service when it comes to water supply,” he said.