Adm. Ibarra at Palayan CityAt Palayan City Water District... Read more

Biggest Bulacan water project set. Local Water Utilities Administration (LWUA) Administrator Andres F. Ibarra (right) with Metropolitan Waterworks and Sewerage System (MWSS) Administrator Gerardo A.I. Esquivel (left) and San Jose del Monte Water District (SJDWD) General Manager Engr. Loreto M. Limcolioc (center) sign a Memorandum of Understanding for the Bulacan Bulk Project, the biggest water supply project in the province of Bulacan amounting to P24.4 Billion... Read more

Aparri WD gets P34-M financial assistance for water supply improvement. LWUA and Aparri Water District recently closed a financial assistance deal that ensures an improved and expanded supply of safe and potable household water to more residents of Aparri, the northernmost town of the island of Luzon... Read more

Memo issued to monitor WD performance after tariff approval. MEMORANDUM CIRCULAR NO. 005-14 reads: "Pursuant to LWUA Board of Trustees Resolution No. 77 S. of 2014, dated 10July 2014, the need to establish Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) to monitor WD performance after every tariff approval has been defined....Read more

An introduction to new LWUA Administrator Andres F. Ibarra
Administrator Ibarra

Banking on water

e knew he was facing a different set of challenges. "Working in government is hard work," he said. "You have to perform, and perform it with almost everyone's eyes on you." But he accepts this as part of public service where he sees integrity as very important. He emphasized that "We cannot compromise on the basic tenets of transparency, accountability and good governance, once we are in government. We are all accountable to the people, from the President to the utility personnel." Read more


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