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BACIWA Inaugurates New Well

BACIWA inaugurated its new well in East Homes III subdivision located in Barangay Estefania last October 1, 2014.

The well has a depth of 180 meters and has a capacity of 50 cubic meters per hour. It will serve the 960 households in East Homes III and will also augment the water supply in neighboring subdivisions.

MANGROVE Growing In Punta Taytay

Volunteers from West Negros University, Bacolod City Cooperative Development Council and Bacolod National High School joined the Mangrove Growing Activity of the Water District last September 13, 2013 at Barangay Punta Taytay.


Students from West Negros University

BACIWA Conducts Tree Growing Activity

Taking advantage of the rainy season, the Water District conducted a series of tree planting activities in its adopted watershed in Campuestuhan, Barangay Cabatangan, in Talisay City and Tree Park in Barangay Alangilan in September 2014.

BACIWA Conducts Leak Awareness Activity

September 20, 2014 – Fifty (50) BACIWA employees joined the Leak Awareness Activity spearheaded by the Commercial Department to check leakages and illegal connections in Bangga Alit, Laurel, Ceres, Victorina Heights, PN & B Subdivision, Purok Himaya, Purok Kahirup, Barangay Mansilingan, Purok Katahum and Woodside Subdivision, as part of the Leak Awareness Activity.


BACIWA personnel interviewing one of the residents in Bannga Alit

Blessing of 6,500 Cubic Meter Reservoir

BACIWA recently inaugurated the stairwell of the 6,500 Cubic Meter Reservoir in Barangay Mansilingan last September 19, 2014. IGM Mario Macatangay and GM Juliana Carbon led the ribbon cutting ceremony.

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