News and Updates

Fight Against Climate Change. Laguna Water’s Regulatory and External Affairs Head Real C. Magtangob (7th from L) and Sta. Rosa City Mayor Arlene B. Arcillas (8th from L) signed the Toka-Toka’s Pledge of Commitment for the Environment.
Laguna Water Joins Sta. Rosa City in its Fight Against Climate Change

Laguna Water participated in SILAKBO 8, Sta. Rosa City's annual bike, walk and fun run event aimed at raising environmental awareness and responsiveness, held last April 23 at The Fields in Nuvali.

Themed "Fighting Climate Change, Our Responsibility As One Family," more than 1,200 fitness and environment enthusiasts participated in SILAKBO – a contraction of the Filipino words “sikad” (bike),...

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Movement to Save the Environment. Laguna Water, along with DILG 4A, Binan City’s LGOO, CENRO, and PNP, leads the Pledge of Commitment to save the environment.
Laguna Water Brings Mobile Lakbayan And Toka-Toka to Biñan

"Ang bayan ng Biñan ay catch basin hindi lamang ng tubig kundi pati na ng mga basura mula sa ibang bayan," said Rodel V. Lee, Biñan City Environment and Natural Resources Office (CENRO) Head.

Last April 16, Laguna Water brought its environmental campaign and advocacy programs, Mobile Lakbayan and Toka-Toka, to the City of Biñan in support of the latter's...

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Providing Life's Basic Need. Laguna Water, through its Tubig Para Sa Barangay program, grants 20 families in Brgy. Dela Paz, Biñan access to clean, safe, and uninterrupted water.
Laguna Water Extends 'TPBS' to More Beneficiaries

Realizing that access to safe, clean, and uninterrupted water contributes to sustainable community development, Laguna Water, in partnership with Manila Water Foundation, subsidizes water connection of communities exposed to unreliable water sources through its Tubig Para Sa Barangay (TPSB) program.

Early this year, 20 households residing in Brgy. Dela Paz in Biñan benefitted from the TPSB program, thus, allowing them...

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Champions of the Environment. Laguna Water’s Regulatory and External Affairs Head Real C. Magtangob (4th from L) along with DILG Region IV-A, City Government of Calamba, SM City Calamba, and Boy Scout of the Philippines Calamba Council led the switch-off event during the celebration of the 2016 Earth Hour.
Laguna Water Champions Earth Hour 2016

Laguna Water joined millions of people around the globe as they turned off their lights in support for the 2016 Earth Hour held last March 19.

Earth Hour is a global environmental campaign initiated by the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) which started with a lights-off event in Australia in 2007 and now has grown to engage a record-breaking...

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In-photo: Laguna Water’s representatives led by Regulatory and External Affairs Head Real Magtangob (2nd from L) with representatives from DILG, DENR, Calamba City LGU and SM City Calamba along with the boy and girl scouts from the different schools in Laguna who participated in Mobile Lakbayan
Laguna Water Holds Mobile Lakbayan in Calamba City

Showing support to the Supreme Court’s Mandamus to clean-up, rehabilitate, and preserve Manila Bay, Laguna Water in partnership with Region IV-A’s Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG-CALABARZON), Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR-CALABARZON) and the Local Government of Calamba City conducted its first Mobile Lakbayan last March 19 at SM City Calamba.

Mobile Lakbayan is an environmental program...

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