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PrimeWater to meet June 30 deadline to end AC water woes

Engr. Aes Aldana (rightmost) fields questions during while Mavic Ching and Jonah Amechazura wait for their turn to speak at the Balitaan forum. Photo by Ashley Manabat

CLARK FREEPORT – PrimeWater-Angeles City is determined to meet the deadline imposed by Angeles City Mayor Carmelo “Pogi” G. Lazatin Jr. to resolve the complaints of Angeleños over the inefficient water supply in the city.

This was the assurance made by Engr. Aes Aldana, PrimeWater operations head for Pampanga, Bataan and Zambales, during the “Balitaan” media forum organized by the Capampangan in Media, Inc. in cooperation with the Clark Development Corp.  at the Bale Balita here on Friday.

Aldana said they have identified the problems in their distribution network and are now working on them while some have been resolved.

Mavic Ching, PrimeWater head of public relations, said right after the committee hearing at the Angeles City Council last Tuesday, they immediately checked on the complaints of various barangay officials and were able to resolve them.

Ching said some who complained of low water pressure are now satisfied while some who have no running water are also now satisfied, she said.

Earlier, Lazatin requested a meeting with PrimeWater branch manager Jonah Amechazurra. The mayor said the city government will always look after the welfare of Angeleños and gave PrimeWater until the end of this month to resolve the inefficient water supply in the city which has affected almost all barangays.

Meanwhile, Amechazura, who was also in the forum, said by the end of the year, the waste water treatment facility of PrimeWater in the city will be operational.

The facility provides for the collection and treatment of wastewater received from residential, commercial, and industrial uses.



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