October 31, 2014

Boracay Water installs drinking fountains in the Island

Boracay Water, in support of good health and tourism, recently installed drinking fountains in several of the most accessed places in Boracay to provide clean, safe, potable water to residents and tourists.

Ben Manosca, general manager of Boracay Water said that this project highlights the company’s dedication to make potable water accessible and readily available for everyone. 

“In doing this, we would like to protect tourist and residents from water borne diseases and other potential health challenges as the Island braces itself for bigger economic and tourism potential,” added Manosca.

As part of the company’s Lingap Drinking Fountain Project, three drinking fountains were installed in D’Mall, Cagban Jetty Port, and D’Talipapa.

Visitors and locals of the Island enjoying refreshing water from
Boracay Water’s newly- installed drinking fountains.

This project was made possible in cooperation with the Manila Water Foundation, Philippine Chamber of Commerce, Inc.- Boracay Chapter, Sunshine Inns, Inc., Tourism Infrastructure and Enterprise Zone Authority, and the Provincial Government of Aklan.

Boracay Water, a company formed through the partnership of Manila Water and the Tourism Infrastructure and Enterprise Zone Authority in 2009, provides water and used water services in Boracay, Malay, Aklan, particularly in its three barangays – Manoc-manoc, Balabag, and Yapak.

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