Desalination plant operational by Q3 – Cebu

The plant touted as the first utility-scale seawater desalination facility in the country is Vivant Infracore Holdings Inc.’s attempt at providing a sustainable solution to Cebu’s water crisis as it is expected to produce potable water that will satisfy the daily consumption of roughly 20,000 households.

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Desalination plant operational by Q3 – Cebu2024-05-29T12:06:48+02:00

Desalination plant operational by Q3 – Cebu

The plant touted as the first utility-scale seawater desalination facility in the country is Vivant Infracore Holdings Inc.’s attempt at providing a sustainable solution to Cebu’s water crisis as it is expected to produce potable water that will satisfy the daily consumption of roughly 20,000 households.

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Desalination plant operational by Q3 – Cebu2024-04-20T14:37:47+02:00

Filinvest unit plans desalination plant – Cebu

“The issues that were raised earlier are all about Metro Manila, but let me take everyone outside Metro Manila. Metro Cebu area’s demand is 570 MLD and you know how much water can be supplied? 270 MLD. So, as we speak there is a shortage of 300 MLD,” Juan Eugenio L. Roxas, president and chief executive officer of FDCUI, said in a water forum hosted by Stratbase ADR Institute on Monday.

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Filinvest unit plans desalination plant – Cebu2023-07-24T12:55:45+02:00

Aboitiz, Keppel units eye desalination project in Cebu – Philippines

AIC has submitted an unsolicited proposal to supply the Metro Cebu Water District (MWCD) with 30 million liters per day of desalinated bulk water. It intends to utilize Keppel Infrastructure’s expertise and technologies in building and operating a desalination plant in the province wherein raw saltwater will be treated using the reverse osmosis water treatment technology to produce safe drinking water.

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https://www.manilatimes.net/2022/12/24/business/green-industries/aboitiz-keppel-units-eye-desalination-project-in-cebu/1871493

Aboitiz, Keppel units eye desalination project in Cebu – Philippines2022-12-25T13:07:30+01:00

Filinvest provides free potable water to Typhoon Odette victims in Cebu – Philippines

Filinvest Land, through its Pusong Filinvest disaster relief program, distributed free potable water to families affected by TY Odette in Cebu.

The distribution was done in coordination with the local Disaster Risk Reduction and Management offices of Lapu Lapu City, Talisay City, and Cebu City.

The heavy rainfall and strong winds carried by Typhoon Odette brought severe devastation to Cebu cutting off access to water and power.

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Filinvest provides free potable water to Typhoon Odette victims in Cebu – Philippines2021-12-30T15:52:26+01:00

Filinvest utility arm lands 25-year Metro Cebu water supply deal – Philippines

Gotianun-led Filinvest Development Corp.’s FDC Utilities Inc. (FDCUI) secured a 25-year bulk water supply deal with the Metro Cebu Water District (MCWD).

In a statement, FDCUI said its wholly-owned subsidiary, FDC Water Utilities Inc., was given a notice of award by the MCWD for its unsolicited proposal to put up desalination plants to supply potable water to Cebu City, Lapu-Lapu City, and Talisay City.

FDCUI added that FDC Water Utilities obtained the deal following its success in the competitive challenge process as prescribed by the 2013 National Economic and [
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Filinvest utility arm lands 25-year Metro Cebu water supply deal – Philippines2021-07-10T15:07:37+02:00

MCWD eyes Mangasang Falls as water source – Philippines

THE Metropolitan Cebu Water District (MCWD) is now searching for water sources aside from pursuing the construction of desalination plants in Metro Cebu.

This hunt for water supply led MCWD chairman Jose Daluz III and directors Francisco “Frank” Malilong Jr., Miguelito Pato and Judelyn Mae Seno to visit Mangasang Falls in the mountain barangay of Tagbao, Cebu City on Thursday, June 24, 2021.

Mangasang Falls could supply 200,000 cubic meters of water per day in the rainy season, and 2,000 cubic meters of water per day in the dry [
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MCWD eyes Mangasang Falls as water source – Philippines2021-06-25T10:53:00+02:00

MCWD to hike rates once supply is available – Philippines

THE increase in water rates will only be imposed once the consumers feel water supply is available.

This was what the Metropolitan Cebu Water District (MCWD) assured its consumers as it enters into a water desalination project with FDC Utilities Inc., a subsidiary of Filinvest Development Corp. (FDC).

John Neville Macabenta, MCWD’s acting corporate planning department manager, said the FDC targets to start the distribution of desalinated water by next year.

MCWD to hike rates once supply is available – Philippines2021-06-11T11:50:28+02:00
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