Manila Water : Clark Water plugs system loss to record low

MANILA, PhilippinesClark Water Corp., a unit of Manila Water Co. Inc., said the level of its system loss or non-revenue water fell to a record-low of four percent due to the improvement of its production processes.The company strengthened supply reliability through the construction of four new deep well facilities to address the growing water demand of customers.The construction of new facilities in the Sacobia and Industrial Estate 5 areas also boosted water supply by an additional eight million liters per day (MLD).Generator sets were also installed on all 31 deep well facilities ensuring continuous supply to locators even during cases of power interruption.The wholly owned subsidiary of Manila Water Philippine Ventures said projected water demand in the economic zone is seen to grow by 47.6 percent to 62 million liters per day by 2020 from the current 42 MLD.Clark Water was formed in 2000 in partnership with the Clark Development Corp (CDC)., the administrative and governing body of the Clark Freeport Zone and the Clark Special Economic Zone, to provide stable water supply in the area which has close to 2,000 connections.element-invisibleBusiness ( Article MRec ), pagematch: 1, sectionmatch: 1In August 2014, Clark Water signed a contract with CDC for the extension of its concession agreement by another 15 years or until 2040 from the original period of until 2025.© Pakistan Press International, source Asianet-Pakistan

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