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San Antonio Water District


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Background


    By virtue of Presidential Decree 198 or better known as Provincial Water Utilities Act of 1973, the Sangguniang Bayan of the municipality of San Antonio passed Resolution No. 20 on February 16, 1981 creating the San Antonio Water District.  A Conditional Certificate of Conformance No. 152 was issued by the Local Water Utilities Administration on May 4, 1991.
    Since 1992, by virtue of the Supreme Court En Banc decision, water districts were declared Government Owned and/or Controlled Corporation (GOCC).
    The Water District is created purposely to acquire, install, improve, maintain, operate, and expand a water supply system.

            

MISSION

          The San Antonio Water District is committed to supply safe, adequate, affordable water, and to provide dependable service.

 

VISION

          The San Antonio Water District is a public water utility that endures time, unfailing, and self-reliant in providing quality water to the community.

 

Water Sources In SAN ANTONIO

 

Pumping Stations

     
       

 

Capacity

Year

Depth

Barangay/ Sources

(liters per seconds)

Constructed

(m)

Burgos Pumping Station

30 lps

2007

33

 

 

 

 

Antipolo Pumping Station

17 lps

1986

 

 

 

 

 

East Dirita Pumping Station

3 lps

1990

12

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

West Dirita Pumping Station

3 lps

2015

12

       
       
       

Reservoirs

     
       

 

Capacity

Year

Height

Barangay/ Sources

(liters per seconds)

Constructed

(m)

Mabanban Dam

20 lps -

1935

 

 

5 lps

 

60m above

Mabanban Dam 2

(variable)

2008

sea level

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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