According to Manila Water expands sewer services with additional 51-km sewer network | Inquirer News, to enhance sanitation and encourage a cleaner environment for neighborhoods in Metro Manila, Manila Water is starting a sizable sewer project.
The P4.2 billion Mandaluyong West-San Juan South-Quezon City South Sewer Project is known as.
The initiative is a component of the company's mission to supply high-quality sanitation to its expanding customer base of 7.6 million people in Metro Manila's East Zone and some areas of Rizal.
A sewage treatment facility with a 60 million liters per day (MLD) capacity will be part of this 51-kilometer combined sewer system. It may be increased to 120 MLD.
1 large pump station, 13 lift stations, 276 interceptor boxes, and a 16-channel interceptor will all support the network.
By 2037, the sewers should be able to handle 704,260 more people living in Mandaluyong, San Juan, and Quezon City.
With 41 wastewater treatment facilities, the water concessionaire has made significant progress in the East Zone over its 25 years of operation.
The combined treatment capacity of these stations is 410 MLD, an increase in capacity of 1,025% from 1997.
The sustainability initiatives of Manila Water include wastewater handling in full. According to Manila Water Corporate Communications Affairs Group Director Jeric Sevilla, we are accountable for enhancing our wastewater services to better serve more consumers while reducing our environmental effect.
The Mandaluyong West Sewer Network Package 1 is currently being built in Barangay Hulo, Mandaluyong City.
The project uses micro-tunneling technology to reduce the impact on traffic along the impacted routes, including Coronado St., F. Blumentritt St., Private Road, Saniboy St., and San Francisco St.
This is used in place of open-trench pipelaying norm.
By August 2023, construction on these impacted roadways is anticipated to be finished.