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Performance Highlights

OUR CONTRIBUTION TO THE UN SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS

Alleviating poverty through community development programs such as Tubig Para sa Barangay or water for the low-income communities, Lingap or Care programs, and Kabuhayan Para Sa Barangay or Manila Water Foundation’s livelihood program.

212, 486

Tubig Para sa Barangay Connections

417

Lingap beneficiaries

540

KPSB beneficiaries

The business of providing water for all centers upon the equitable distribution of potable water to the communities while at the same time ensuring the reliable and efficient service to the customers.

1,079,214

billed connections across the enterprise

17.25M

population served across the enterprise

Giving equal priority to the sustainable management of sanitation by continuously improving the used water services.

107,994

desludged septic tanks

141,266

sewer connections

56.42 MCM

used water treated

Infusing capital into the economy through water and used water infrastructure.

2017 major ongoing projects:
1. Rizal Province Water Supply Improvement
Project – Transmission and distribution lines
2. Pasig North & South Sewerage System
3. Tagum Water Treatment Plant
4. Zamboanga NRW Reduction Project

Ensuring that water quality standards is being met, consistently compliant with the Philippine National Standards for Drinking Water.

Through Healthy Family’s pure and sure drinking water, taking a step further to strengthen the advocacy for community health and welfare

1.62:1

Ratio of Men to Women Employees

Efforts on reducing energy through efficiency programs paving the way for P35 million savings in 2017.

140,368 KWH

saved from the use of renewable energy

Equivalent to 88.4
tons of C02 reduced

P13.03B
enterprise-wide capital expenditure

99%
local vs 1% foreign spending

Committed to sharing its growth by promoting inclusive growth through the Suki Vendor Program and Kabuhayan Para sa Barangay.

No discrimination against applicants, employees, or vendors’ race, gender, age, cultural, religious beliefs or any other form of preferences.

Delivering 24/7 water supply to communities of all classes, providing customers with the same water quality and service.

Creating spaces for public use by constructing green landscapes and similar areas within the Company’s facilities.

• Public park at Olandes and Taguig North sewage treatment plant

• Community recreational space and evacuation area in case of emergencies, at the Pineda-Kapitolyo Sewage Treatment Plant in Pasig

488 kg of batteries reused through Bantay Baterya

P41.5million savings from efficiency initiatives and earnings from vehicle and meter disposals

Focusing on programs to mitigate and adapt to the challenges brought about by climate change, namely by retrofitting assets to be disaster resilient and by taking a proactive approach in the management and development of water resources.

The first Philippine company which adopted a Climate Change Policy in 2007, updated in 2013

Helping conserve and protect marine resources by treating used water before returning it to the water bodies.

9,087

enterprise-wide tons of BOD organic pollution load removed

Aiming to raise stakeholder awareness of the water and used water trail through environmental advocacies

7,418

Lakbayan participants

33

Toka Toka partners

Manila Water adheres to the highest standards of ethics, good governance, competence and integrity in all its dealings.

Ensuring water supply sustainability by protecting watersheds.

9,300

hectares of watershed being protected across the Philippines

17,500

Total planted trees

Effective public-private partnership with foreign and local government units, public water utilities, and economic zone development authorities; delivering safe drinking water to the general public and collecting and treating the used water of customers before being discharged to the water bodies.