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PrimeWater to launch nature conservation program in city

Primewater and the Bacolod City Water District will launch a nature conservation program this month*

Primewater Infrastructure Corp. and Bacolod City Water District will launch a nature conservation program this month, its press release said yesterday.

Lily Donasco, PrimeWater Bacolod branch manager said these projects are just the initial steps to provide safe and potable water supply.

“There are a lot to expect from PrimeWater Bacolod,” she said.

To be launched in Bacolod City is Primewaters’ Daloy ng Paglingap Program and Lingap Kabuhayan for Community and Livelihood Support, Lingap Karunungan for Information, Education and Communication Drive, and Lingap Bukas Palad for charitable donations and reach out activities.

Aside from the delivery of reliable and potable water supply in Bacolod, Donasco said concessionaires could also expect programs that will contribute to nature conservation through their Corporate Social Responsibility activities, under the Daloy ng Paglingap program. Environmental initiatives dealing with nature preservation are organized through Lingap Kalikasan, one of the four pillars of Lingap programs, the press release said.

“PW Bacolod is closely working with environmental projects together with its JV partner, Bacolod City Water District,” Donasco said.

With water being an essential part of everyone’s life, Primewater Bacolod and Baciwa have been working tirelessly together to provide not just potable and reliable water to all their concessionaires, but also CSR programs.

“Through these efforts, this precious resource is preserved and will remain sustainable, for now and the future generation as well,” Donasco added.

She also acknowledged the efforts of Baciwa in environmental initiatives, saying the partnership would bear more projects in the future.

“PrimeWater Bacolod will continue its best practices and will introduce more projects that will benefit both the concessionaires and the environment,” she added.

In November last year, Primewater Infrastructure Corp. and Baciwa inked a 25-year Joint Venture agreement to work together in answering Bacolod’s need for water supply, the press release said.

Since the partnership, PrimeWater Bacolod has delivered various projects to address the city’s water-related concerns, to include the detection of visible and non-visible leaks to maintain adequate water pressure for its concessionaires, and provision of generator sets to ensure continuous water supply in case of power interruptions, the press release added.*

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