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his quarter’s theme of “20/20 Anew” prompts us to a year afresh. Relating this to visual acuity, “vision 20/20” is given this year for us to live, relive, and outlive what the past years had. Vision 20/20 is considered normal vision and is commonly used as a point of reference when measuring visual acuity, but it is not perfect. Just like our service in Davao City Water District, it is not perfect but we are trying our best to give a normal yet efficient service to all. Testaments to this are the expansion of our service connection to the southwest border of Davao City with the inauguration of the new Binugao-Sirawan water supply system and another milestone in the Davao City Bulk Water Supply Project of DCWD.

Editor’s Note


20/20 in 2020 In this issue, we highlight our collective efforts in pursuit of hitting our targets as an opening salvo of the year. For the first four months, DCWD has enriched camaraderie with fellow WDs through hosting the PAWD National Convention, holding the first GAD summit, and conducting annual benchmarking activities where we share our best practices on running our operations efficiently. Aside from fostering good relationships amongst ourselves for working towards a shared goal of providing clean and accessible water to all, we actively participated in the policy formulation for local climate change in Davao City with other stakeholders and promoted advocacies of water conservation and environment protection to selected schools. These ongoing operations and vital events would not have been made possible without a competent workforce. We congratulate those who had advanced in their careers and send off with gratitude our lone retiree from service. It has been a productive first portion of the year, and while we cannot always see what lies ahead, we can always prepare by staying grounded to our purpose and acting with a heart for service, creativity in the face of obstacles, and trust in ourselves and those around us. Here’s to a normal yet clearer sight for 2020!

RUTH G. JABINES Editor-in-Chief Manager, Community Relations and External Affairs Department publicinfo@davao-water.gov.ph



From the GM’s Desk

Opportunities Aplenty in 2020


new year is often followed by brand new beginnings, but in DCWD, a new year is a new opportunity to expand on our existing achievements, going farther and beyond what is expected of us. In the first quarter, we welcomed significant milestones towards sustainable and safe water-sourcing. These developments prove that we bring to fruition all our aspirations for high quality water service in Davao City. As we launch our initiatives towards fulfilling DCWD’s Vision, we do so with excellence. This commitment to providing valuable service is evidenced by numerous accolades received from governing bodies for our efforts on water quality and for supporting initiatives of the national government.

These premium distinctions are not limited in the forms of tangible certificates and trophies. We have opened the year with activities that reflect true servant-leadership where, as we lead in providing a responsive water supply service, we also impart our knowledge to our fellow WDs, thus extending our impact beyond our immediate service coverage. As we fulfill the part of being the best water service provider, we are also working towards being gender-responsive and environmentally responsible, testaments to our shared objective of being holistic and true to our Vision. The rest of 2020 will be filled with many more opportunities that will edge us closer to shared goals – sustainably providing safe water and preserving the environment for all.

ENGR. EDWIN V. REGALADO General Manager ogm@davao-water.gov.ph davaowater@yahoo.com.ph



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Binugao-Sirawan WSS facilities inaugurated Katrina Belen M. Roble

DCWD Board of Directors and Management headed by Chairperson Bangayan (front row, mid) cut the ribbon just before the blessing ceremony.

Rev. Fr. Briones blesses the new facilities.

Chairperson Bangayan (R) heads the ceremonial opening of the production well’s orifice.


avao City Water District blessed and inaugurated the facilities of the newest addition to its water supply systems, the Binugao-Sirawan Water Supply System (WSS). The blessing ceremony held on February 10, 2020 was officiated by Local Superior of Blessed Sacrament Community, Our Lady of Assumption Parish Rev. Fr. Froilan R. Briones, SSS and attended by Sirawan local barangay council headed by Brgy. Capt. Khalil A. Deporos and DCWD Board of Directors and officers headed by Chairperson Eduardo A. Bangayan. The Binugao-Sirawan WSS consists of Binugao Production Well No. 1 which can produce up to around 4,000 cubic meters of water per day and a Reinforced Concrete Ground Reservoir which can store 1,500 cubic meters of water. It also consists of a piping system, treatment facility, and control house. Initially, the project can serve would-be customers from Sitio Lomboy in Brgy. Binugao to Davao-Cotabato

Road and along Davao-Cotabato Road (from Inawayan Bridge to corner Marapangi Road). DCWD would be conducting technical evaluations for the possible expansion of the service coverage of the newly completed facilities and the construction of additional production well to serve more areas including Brgy. Sirawan. Chairperson Bangayan thanked the community for welcoming DCWD’s services. General Manager Edwin V. Regalado added that DCWD is working tirelessly to look for more water sources to expand service coverage and address the growing water needs of the city. On behalf of his constituents, Brgy. Capt. Deporos expressed his happiness and thanked DCWD for bringing its services to their barangay. The new facilities which cost around PhP141.9 million are among the many projects that DCWD has lined up for its water supply system improvement and service expansion.



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Safe water assured with DCWD’s bulk water project Jovana Cresta T. Duhaylungsod


ater safety is the top priority in the ongoing development of the Davao City Bulk Water Supply Project.

DCWD, Apo Agua, and JVACC conduct regular joint water sampling to monitor the river water quality. The samples are tested in different DOH-accredited laboratories.

This is Davao City Water District’s assurance with the classification of Tamugan River as Class A per the list of classified water bodies from the Environmental Management Bureau. Class A classification means that the river is for Public Water Supply Class II, “intended as source of water supply requiring conventional treatment to meet the Philippine National Standards for Drinking Water” (PNSDW). Taking this classification into account, project partners DCWD and Apo Agua Infrastructura, Inc., are firm on the agreement that the water to be supplied to the Davaoeños should meet the PNSDW. Apo Agua has designed a water treatment process which consists of coagulation, flocculation, sedimentation, filtration, and disinfection. Further, DCWD, Apo Agua, and J.V. Angeles Construction Corporation (JVACC) have been doing joint water quality testing and actively coordinating with the immediate local barangays in the Panigan-Tamugan River to strengthen local participation in protecting the river. The results of the raw water quality tests are among the baseline data used to develop an Integrated Watershed Development and Management Plan for the Panigan-Tamugan River. The Plan is in response to the emerging challenges and prevailing issues encountered in the Panigan-Tamugan area and will help secure the water sources for the city. This undertaking is being done in coordination with the Watershed Management Council, particularly, the Davao City Multipartite Monitoring Team.



DCWD’s Chemist Aries Grace A. Lagansua performs cadmium analysis of the raw water sample taken along Panigan and Tamugan River.

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Water Testing Lab aces proficiency tests Jamae G. Dela Cruz


GM Regalado (4th from L) accepts the Certificate of Proficiency with excellent rating for the Testing Scheme for Water Microbiological Testing Laboratory for 2019.

he Water Testing Laboratory of Davao City Water District attained an excellent rating in the Proficiency Testing Scheme for Water Microbiological Testing Laboratory for 2019. This excellent performance rating has been maintained by DCWD for more than 10 years now. The Proficiency Test is conducted annually by the National Reference Laboratory and Health Facilities and Service Regulatory Bureau as mandated by the Department of Health (DOH) for the accreditation renewal of water testing laboratories.

This means that DCWD’s Water Laboratory, which performs examination of drinking water, is giving accurate, precise, and reliable results. In turn, the results assure compliance with the Philippine National Standards for Drinking Water. DCWD also received a Certificate of Recognition for the successful completion of the December 2019 WS ERA Proficiency Testing Round 281. The Proficiency Testing Scheme is open to all laboratories worldwide with the purpose of evaluating their technical and analytical abilities. This

proves that DCWD’s established methods of analysis are at par with international standards. Both the DOH and ERA proficiency test certificates were presented during the employees’ convocation on February 3, 2020. General Manager Edwin V. Regalado congratulated the water laboratory staff headed by Production Department Manager Amaure Demarmoser A. Dalisay and Water Quality Division Manager Hydie R. Maspiñas for the consistent performance and commitment to safeguard public health.

PSA recognizes DCWD Katrina Belen M. Robtle


he Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) - Regional Statistical Services Office XI conferred a Plaque of Recognition to Davao City Water District for its active participation in the Quarterly Survey of Philippine Business and Industry (QSPBI). The award was given during the 2020 Quarterly QSPBI Respondents’ Forum at the Royal Mandaya Hotel on February 27, 2020. QSPBI is one of the designated statistical activities of the PSA, which collects data for the Quarterly National Accounts and Quarterly Economic Indicators and for the monetary policy review of the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas. PSA recognized DCWD as among the sample establishments whose timely and accurate statistical and financial data helped in determining the region and country’s gross domestic product.

Chief Corporate Accountant Geoffrey C. Butanas (2nd from L) receives the Plaque of Recognition from the PSA on behalf of DCWD.



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DCWD hosts 41st PAWD National Convention Camille Margarette U. Solon

(From L) PAWD President Santos, DCWD Chairperson Bangayan, and PAWD Chairperson Joyas ceremoniously pour water from the bamboos during the opening program.


avao City Water District hosted the successful 41st Philippine Association of Water Districts (PAWD) National Convention themed Water Security and Resiliency on February 4 to 6, 2020 at the SMX Convention Center. In attendance were around 1,300 delegates from water districts, agencies, and corporations all over the country. Officially opening the convention were DCWD Chairperson Eduardo A. Bangayan, PAWD Chairperson Vicente M. Joyas, and PAWD President Carlos N. Santos Jr. through the ceremonial pouring of water from bamboos to signify PAWD’s commitment to secure every drop of water for the Filipino people. The opening ceremony was graced by Davao City Councilor Mary Joselle D. Villafuerte who welcomed the delegates on behalf of Mayor Sara Z. Duterte. Serving as keynote speaker was Department of Budget and Management Secretary Wendel E. Avisado who stressed that the national


government remains supportive of the local water districts especially on securing budget for water infrastructure projects.

to sustainable management of watershed, wastewater, and non-revenue water.

During the Awards Night, loyalty in-service awards were granted to general managers and directors of water districts across the country whose services reached milestone years. More to that was the conferment of the Best Publication Award of which DCWD’s Crystal Flow was awarded first place for the magazine category and Sorsogon City WD’s The Flow for the newsletter category.

Also conducted was the Tap and Drill Skills Olympics wherein out of nine contenders, Alicia WD emerged in first place. Other side events included the PAWD-Human Resource Practitioners Conference and the Technology Summit which allowed HR and technology practitioners in the water industry to interchange ideas and best practices for the betterment of their respective organizations. Another side event was the K-12 Water Education Modules Teaching Demo and Workshop which aimed to help educators in incorporating water education to the academe. The water districts also competed in various friendly sports events to foster camaraderie and unity.

In the learning sessions, authority speakers imparted various water lectures to capacitate delegates with discussions on water governance, water resource and quality, and approaches

The PAWD National Convention continues to be an avenue for water districts in the country to gather for the cause of improving water resource sustainability and management.

Another honored guest was Manila Mayor Francisco Moreno Domagoso who served as keynote speaker during the Leadership Talk emphasizing that leading change is the essence of being a public servant.


Delegates engage in friendly sports events.

Tap and Drill Skills Olympics

K-12 Water Education Modules Teaching Demo and Workshop

Technology Summit

PAWD-Human Resource Practitioners Conference

Maynilad Water Academy Executive Director Rodora N. Gamboa (L) grants Mayor Domagoso IEC materials after delivering his message on leadership.

Authority speakers impart various water lectures during the learning sessions.

(From L) PAWD President Santos, DCWD General Manager Edwin V. Regalado, DCWD Chairperson Bangayan, LWUA Acting Administrator Jeci A. Lapus, and PAWD Chairperson Joyas officially open the convention exhibit.

DCWD’s Crystal Flow Editorial Board led by Editor-in-Chief Ruth G. Jabines poses with GM Regalado (4th and 5th from R, respectively) after receiving the 2019 Best Publication Award under the magazine category.



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First GAD Summit for local water districts held Alexan Lynette L. Cabeguin

L. Mazo, and GAD Specialist II Kristine Anne V. Lee discussed the Philippine GAD Agenda in the water sector and clarifications on the preparation and submission of GPB and accomplishment reports of LWDs. DCWD GAD resource pool led by GAD Executive Committee Chairperson Ruth G. Jabines with Legal Services Division Manager Jennife D. Borong and GAD Unit Supervisor Hope D. Olivo contextualized the GAD journey of LWDs and facilitated the workshops for the drafting of the standardized GAD Guidelines. They also facilitated the breakout sessions on the policy guidelines on reviewing the GPBs. The draft GPB outputs were then evaluated by the PCW resource pool. GM Regalado opens the summit.


avao City Water District organized the first Gender and Development (GAD) Summit for Local Water Districts (LWD) on March 10 to 12, 2020 at the Pinnacle Hotel and Suites, Davao City.

was attended by representatives from the Local Water Utilities Administration (LWUA), Philippine Commission on Women (PCW), and 141 GAD focal persons from 41 LWDs all over the country.

Themed “GADify: Bridging Gender Gaps, Accelerating Gender Mainstreaming”, the three-day summit aimed to clarify the appropriate Programs, Activities, and Projects (PAP) for GAD Plans and Budget (GPB) and develop standardized guidelines on the elements of GPBs of LWDs. It


General Manager Edwin V. Regalado welcomed and thanked the participants for coming together towards the common goal of harmonizing the GPBs among water districts. Resource persons from the PCW namely, Supervising GAD Specialist Ma. Rebecca Rafaela R. Baylosis, Supervising GAD Specialist Raymond Jay


DCWD Vice-Chairperson and Women Sector Representative Maria Luisa L. Jacinto lauded the efforts of the GAD focal persons for their efforts towards the achievement of gender equality and women’s empowerment goals in their respective water districts. She also stressed the importance of standardized and appropriate GAD PAPs among water districts being at the forefront in ensuring water and sanitation access for all. A ceremonial hand-over of the GAD Guidelines to LWUA marked the conclusion of the successful summit.

Atty. Borong discusses gender mainstreaming. DCWD Vice-Chairperson Jacinto thanks the participants and stresses the importance of the historic summit.

GAD Executive Committee Chairperson Jabines facilitates the Evaluation Framework and Harmonized Gender and Development Guidelines workshop activity.

DCWD Vice-Chairperson Jacinto (R) and Human Resource Department Manager Bernardo D. Delima Jr. (L) and PCW Supervising GAD specialists Baylosis (center) and Mazo (2nd from L) turn-over the GAD Guidelines to LWUA Training Coordinator Melanio B. Cuchapin II.

Participants, facilitators, and organizers pose for posterity.









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Management and NAMADACWAD ink CNA Jamae G. Dela Cruz


he Davao City Water District Management and Nagkahiusang Mamumu-o sa Davao City Water District (NAMADACWAD) reached the Collective Negotiation Agreement (CNA) for 2019 to 2022. The CNA signing was held during the employees convocation on February 3, 2020. Heading the management and labor panels were General Manager Edwin V. Regalado and NAMADACWAD President Rodrigo L. Aranjuez.

GM Regalado and NAMADACWAD President Aranjuez (seated, center and right, respectively) sign the CNA together with the management and labor panels.

This CNA, which takes off from the implemented agreement for 2016 to 2019, continues to recognize the NAMADACWAD as the sole and exclusive representative for DCWD rank-and-file employees and defines the terms and conditions of employment not fixed by law such as welfare, benefits, professional growth, and development. It also stands for DCWD’s commitment for responsive management and regard for industrial peace that redound to efficient and effective public service.



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DCWD goes to schools Alexan Lynette L. Cabeguin & Camille Margarette U. Solon

Hooray for the fun and learning-filled day!


avao City Water District promoted environment protection, watershed rehabilitation, and water conservation through its Goes-to-School Project in Ateneo de Davao University (AdDU) on January 8, 2020 and Holy Cross College of Calinan (HCCC) on January 22.

The Goes-to-School team presents the water cycle and DCWD’s water distribution processes.

Three hundred twenty grade two pupils of AdDU were engaged on water cycle, water sustainability, and watershed protection interactive lectures. They also participated in activities and posted their respective commitments to conserve water on DCWD’s Blue Hands commitment trees. This activity forms part of the school’s Clean Water: A Right of Every Child symposium. Likewise, HCCC invited DCWD to its Math and Science Week Celebration forum, which aimed to provide an avenue for students to talk about ecological issues and advancements in science and technology. Deputy Spokesperson Jovana Cresta T. Duhaylungsod discussed about water conservation and environment protection to around 80 Junior and Senior High School student leaders. The participants were given the chance to ask questions about water and DCWD-related concerns in the open forum. In both schools, the participants and their teachers received Information, Education, and Communication (IEC) materials bearing various water conservation and environment protection messages.


Pupils post their promise to conserve water.

Deputy Spokesperson Duhaylungsod discusses the importance of conserving water to HCCC student leaders.


HCCC students receive IEC materials.

GAD Moves

DCWD adopts Gender Mainstreaming Guidelines Sheila May S. Bresenio


avao City Water District’s Gender Mainstreaming Guidelines has been approved for implementation per Board Resolution No. 20-034 issued on January 10, 2020. But what is gender mainstreaming and why are these guidelines important? Let us take a look back at DCWD’s Gender and Development (GAD) mainstreaming journey to appreciate this breakthrough. In 2019, the DCWD GAD Focal Point System (GFPS) that served as the planning team prepared the DCWD GAD Agenda to mainstream gender and achieve gender equality outcomes. The GAD Agenda has three (3) strategic goals: Gender-responsive policies; GAD competent workforce; and GAD inclusive Programs, Activities, and Projects (PAPs). Integrated efforts of all departments is vital to achieve these strategic goals and comply with the mandated minimum cost requirement for GAD, which is 5% of the total corporate budget. To achieve these goals, DCWD has to understand how to do gender mainstreaming, when to do such, and who the key players are. Thus, the Gender Mainstreaming Guidelines was developed to guide and assist project

implementers through the process of GAD attribution. lt prescribes procedures in integrating GAD in the development, implementation, monitoring, and evaluation of DCWD organization or client focused PAPs or / Performance Improvement Programs/Projects (PIPs). The guidelines also provides information on the importance of gender mainstreaming as well as its legal bases and definition of terms to guide project implementers. In addition, the guidelines details the step-by-step procedures on how to integrate GAD perspective in every phase of DCWD’s PAPs/PlPs so that corresponding budget will be properly attributed. The guidelines also offers templates for transmittal, budget attribution, workflow, and project design for reference by all DCWD departments. In all, the guidelines facilitates gender mainstreaming as a process in DCWD’s planning and doing cycle. Modest as it is, the adoption of Gender Mainstreaming Guidelines is among DCWD’s breakthroughs towards the realization of its vision to become the best and gender-responsive water and wastewater service provider.

GAD Unit Supervisor Hope D. Olivo presents the GAD guidelines to program implementers during a consultation meeting.



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Metro Kidapawan WD

Assistance to WDs continues Alexan Lynette L. Cabeguin & Katrina Belen M. Roble


avao City Water District continues to cater to requests for benchmarking of its best practices from fellow water districts. For this period, DCWD welcomed Metro Kidapawan, Carcar, Dapitan, Tagum, and Metro Kidapawan water districts.

The FOI team of the Corporate Planning Department shares DCWD’s FOI Program to Metro Kidapawan WD.

Carcar WD

Metro Kidapawan WD visited on January 22, 2020 to learn about DCWD’s Freedom of Information Program to improve its FOI Program’s internal systems and processes. Delegates from Carcar WD came on February 5 to gain insights about DCWD’s Gender and Development (GAD) program. Representatives from Dapitan City WD led by General Manager Alemarlou B. Dagpin visited on February 3 to benchmark DCWD’s operation, services, water laboratory, Non-Revenue Water (NRW) management strategies, and warehousing practices. DCWD also welcomed Tagum WD representatives on February 12 as part of the latter’s request for assistance in their ongoing Data Privacy Act (DPA) compliance planning. Then on March 11 and 12, DCWD shared about its mid-rise building design, construction, and project documentary requirements as well as warehousing practices to Metro Cotabato WD led by General Manager Margarita F. Roales.

Community Relations and External Affairs Department Manager and GAD Executive Committee Chairperson Ruth G. Jabines facilitates the levelling off with Carcar WD visitors.

Carcar WD guests write their learning expectation and insights.

Dapitan WD

Customer Care Division Manager Ruth Agnes G. Chavez and Billing and Accounts Division Manager Brenda P. Verano (standing, 2nd and 3rd from L, respectively) share the system and processes of DCWD’s frontline services, meter reading, and billing system.

DCWD extends technical assistance to help other districts improve their operations and services.


NRW Management Division Manager James T. Gonida and Principal Engineer C Jonalei E. Bermudez (4th and 5th from R, respectively) impart DCWD’s NRW reduction and management programs to Dapitan City WD.


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Metro Cotabato WD

Tagum WD

Metro Cotabato WD DPA Compliance Committee Chairperson Jovana Cresta T. Duhaylungsod (1st from L) shares DCWD’s DPA journey to Tagum WD.

Supervising Material and Planning Officer Armand B. De Chavez explains DCWD’s warehouse inventory system.

ComEng students learn about DCWD’s IT systems Alexan Lynette L. Cabeguin


omputer Engineering students from the Mapua University toured Davao City Water District’s Matina office on January 9, 2020. The activity was requested by the school for their students to be exposed to different computer and electronics systems and infrastructures. The staff of the Information and Communications Technology Department (ICTD) gave learning sessions about DCWD’s profile, IT and network infrastructures, Geographical Information System (GIS), Enterprise Resource Planning project, and mobile applications developed for the GIS and meter reading. Data Analyst-Controller Cyrelle Jan B. Escueta (extreme L) shows the mobile applications developed for the GIS.

JANUARY - APRIL 2020 Learners pose with the ICTD staff to end the tour.


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DCWD takes part in LCCAP Alexan Lynette L. Cabeguin

Dir. Ruiz expresses his gratitude to the agencies for the consolidated efforts to craft the city’s LCCAP during the open forum.


avao City Water District participated in the formulation of the Local Climate Change Action Plan (LCCAP) for Davao City held at the Malayan Colleges Mindanao on January 30 to 31, 2020.

Director Romel Alfredo R. Ruiz expressed his gratitude to the agencies for the initiative and support to the crafting of the city’s LCCAP. This activity was hosted by the Office of the City Planning and Development Office in partnership with the Institute for Global Environmental Strategies. The discussions focused on identifying additional adaptation strategies and mitigation options to level off understanding on climate change impact and disaster risks. Also conducted was a workshop on developing strategies for climate change actions. Through DCWD’s involvement, it was able to share the mitigation and adaptation programs of water utilities for climate change impacts. Together with Dir. Ruiz, the DCWD team was composed of Sanitation Division Manager John F. Baynosa, Community Relations and External Affairs Department (CREAD) Manager Ruth G. Jabines, Environmental Analyst Anji Laura G. Lorona, Forestry Assistant A Elven S. Apor, and Supervising Engineer A Josie E. Mamac. In particular, Lorona shared DCWD’s programs for watershed and environment protection particularly the Integrated Watershed Management Program to ensure water supply sustainability for the present and future generations. The DCWD team also gained understanding of how climate change can impact utility’s operations.

Dir. Ruiz (3rd from R) leads the DCWD team together with CREA DM Jabines (2nd from R) and Sanitation DvM Baynosa (3rd from L).



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New SOCEMWIC officers take oath Jamae G. Dela Cruz

LWUA Acting Administrator Lapus (extreme L) administers the oath taking of SOCEMWIC officers led by President Boado of Pikit WD (2nd from L).


he 2020-2021 Southern and Central Mindanao Water Information Council (SOCEMWIC) officers, board of trustees, and committee chairpersons took their oath of office on January 23, 2020 to formalize their appointments. The oath took place at DCWD Bajada office and was administered by Local Water Utilities Administration (LWUA) Acting Administrator Jeci A. Lapus. Pikit WD General Manager Max Viloria Boado leads the officers as President. DCWD General Manager Edwin V. Regalado is among the Board of Trustees and committee chairpersons. SOCEMWIC is the association of water districts in Regions 11 and 12.

JE-Hydro and Bio-Energy Corp. visits Katrina Belen M. Roble

Davao City Water District led by Chairperson Eduardo A. Bangayan and General Manager Edwin V. Regalado (2nd from R and extreme R) welcome (from L) JE-Hydro and Bio-Energy Corporation Chairperson and CEO Joffrey E. Hapitan, Local Water Utilities Administration former Chairperson Rogelio B. Luy, and Department of Agriculture former Secretary Luis P. Lorenzo, Jr. The visit on February 4, 2020 was an avenue for DCWD to share its profile, water distribution, and water supply system operations. Corporate Planning Department Manager Ariel L. Noble imparted DCWD’s profile while GM Regalado shared DCWD’s major water supply system improvement projects. For their part, JE-Hydro and Bio-Energy Corp. presented their water technologies such as bulk water plants, water distributions operations, and wastewater treatment plants.



Profile for Davao City Water District

Crystal Flow 2020 January - April  

Crystal Flow is the official publication of the Davao City Water District.

Crystal Flow 2020 January - April  

Crystal Flow is the official publication of the Davao City Water District.


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