Albay brings water technology to calamity stricken Batangas, says Albay Vice Gov. Grex Lagman


Albay is happy to provide technical expertise to Batangas to make sure it gets one of its most crucial needs: water.

Albay Vice Gov. Grex Lagman said on Facebook that the provincial government led by Gov. Al Bicahara set a team to Batangas province to provide assistance.

One of these is free tech services to help the risk reduction officials there to develop their own water filtration system that can convert tap water to potable drinking water.

Albay also lent the province two water trucks.

Water is life and Batangas sure needs it now!

“The Provincial Government of Albay (through Gov. Al Bichara, Albay Public Safety and Emergency Management Office-APSEMO chief Dr. Cedric Daep, PSWDO head Dr. Eva Grageda, APAO head Ms. Che Rebeta, Provincial Engineer Dante Baclao, yours truly, et al.) extends help to the Provincial Government of Batangas headed by Gov. Hermilando Mandanas and Vice Gov. Mark Leviste in the ongoing relief operations for the Taal Volcano eruption evacuees.

Albay provided free tech services that will help PRRMO of Batangas in developing its own water filtration system that can convert tap water (even water from fire hydrants) to potable drinking water and lent out two (2) water trucks/lorries.

APSEMO will also provide a technical support team to complement the PRRMO of Batangas headed by Mr. Lito Castro. Said team of disaster mitigation experts will stay in Batangas for at least two (2) weeks,” Lagman posted.

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