Water concessionaire breaks ground on P2B sewage treatment facility
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Maynilad Water Services inc. broke ground to construct a P2.05-billion sewage treatment plant (STP) in Las Pinas that will further boost sewarage coverage and to reduce pollution loading in Manila Bay. The Manila west zone water concessionaire said the Las Pinas Water Reclamation Facility is expected to be completed by 2021 and will be its largest STP in terms of capacity, treating about 88 million liters of wastewater per day. Maynilad said it will utilize anaerobic / anoxic / oxic technology to remove pollutants from wastewater to be collected from about 600,000 Maynilad customers in 20 barangays in Las Pinas City before its discharge to the Zapote River, which eventually flows out to Manila Bay.
Water concessionaire breaks ground on P2B sewage treatment facility. (2019, March 8). Malaya Business Insight, p. A3.
Sewage treatment; Pollution control; Wastewater treatment; Pollutants; Water quality; Water pollution; Effluents; Maynilad Water Services Inc.; Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR); Maynilad Water Holdings Co. Inc.; Metro Pacific Investments Corp. (MPIF); DMCI Holdings Inc.; Marubeni Corp.; Fernandez, Ramoncito
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