MWSS Celebrates 5 years of Partnership for Healthier Watershed

Restoring forest in historically degraded watershed areas was a tall order when MWSS launched the Annual Million Tree Challenge (AMTC) in 2017. MWSS has partnered with the national government, private sector, indigenous peoples, environmental leaders, and non-governmental organizations to protect and maintain the ecosystem health of Angat, Ipo, Kaliwa, La Mesa, Laguna Lake, Umiray, and continue reading : MWSS Celebrates 5 years of Partnership for Healthier Watershed

Clarification on the COA Findings on the Kaliwa Dam’s Detailed Engineering Design

This “Statement” is being issued to clarify certain newspaper reports regarding the Detailed Engineering Design (DED) phase of the New Centennial Water Source-Kaliwa Dam Project (NCWS-KDP). The articles were based on the Commission’s MWSS COA 2020 Annual Report (AAR). According to the newspaper account of the 2020 AAR, the DED achieved a 92.67 percent completion continue reading : Clarification on the COA Findings on the Kaliwa Dam’s Detailed Engineering Design

MWSS approves the Business Plan for Stage 3(a) of Bulacan Bulk Water Supply Project

The MWSS’s driving vision, in line with the Ambisyon Natin 2040 goals, is the actualization of its long-term water security programs. One of MWSS’ water security programs is the Bulacan Bulk Water Supply Project (BBWSP), a project designed to generate massive gains in human well-being, economic growth and environmental sustainability in the entire Province of continue reading : MWSS approves the Business Plan for Stage 3(a) of Bulacan Bulk Water Supply Project

COMMUNITY NOTICE

MWSS commenced today the gradual opening of  Ipo dam’s radial gates due to Severe Tropical Storm Jolina.  At 12 mid night Ipo Dam was at 99.76 meters or 1.34 meters away from its spilling level.  Ipo Dam which receives water from the Angat Dam and diverts water to La Mesa Dam had to spill to continue reading : COMMUNITY NOTICE

The Challenge of Making San Juan River Cleaner Continues (Adopt-an-Estero Project along Lagarian Creek)

Barangay Pinagkaisahan and Barangay Kamuning in Quezon City have had their fair share of floods caused by the Lagarian Creek overflows. The creek runs through 16 barangays in Quezon City and is one of the tributaries of the San Juan River, which is connected to the Pasig River and empties into Manila Bay. When the continue reading : The Challenge of Making San Juan River Cleaner Continues (Adopt-an-Estero Project along Lagarian Creek)

MWSS-CO expresses gratitude to Deputy Administrator Leonor Cleofas

The MWSS-CO will be eternally grateful to Deputy Administrator Leonor C. Cleofas, who retired from the service on 27 May 2021. DA Bobby, as she is affectionately called in the office, will forever be remembered as the leader who oversaw the successful completion of water reliability projects such as AWUAIP, AWTIP, and BBWSP, to say continue reading : MWSS-CO expresses gratitude to Deputy Administrator Leonor Cleofas