Boracay Water amplifies desludging services gets more wastewater trucks
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Boracay Water, the largest water supply and wastewater management services provider in the Island, recently acquired an additional 3 desludging trucks that can haul up to 9 cubic meters of wastewater or used water from households and establishments that are yet to connect to the sewer system. Boracay Water General Manager and COO Joseph Michael Santos said that with the addition of two units of two cubic meter and one unit of five cubic meter desludging trucks, the company now has a total fleet of seven (7) desludging trucks which can collect up to twenty cubic meters of used water per day from the company’s residential and commercial customers located in areas without access to the sewer network.
Boracay Water amplifies desludging services get more wastewater trucks. (2018, July 6). The Daily Guardian, p. 14.
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