The Dagupan City Water District and Manila Water joined hands in organizing and conducting a seminar-workshop on April 22 on the environment-pointed topic, “Septage Management” at the DCWD Training Center, Tambac, Dagupan City.
The seminar-workshop was participated in by various stakeholders in the city that included delegates from the City Government of Dagupan (City Engineer’s Office and City Planning and Development Office), Department of Environment and Natural Resources (CENRO), Dagupan City Jail, barangay officials, and representatives from the local business community and civil society.
Heading the host DCWD participants are the members of the DCWD board, namely, chairman Gonzalo T. Duque and board secretary Reveriana E. Guadiz, and the District’s core management topbilled by Adelfo B. Valle, general manager, administrative division manager Clarita C. Cabuay, acting engineering and commercial division managers Rizaldy T. Mandap, and Remedios N. Sapiera, respectively, and OIC production division manager Ramilo S. Zareno.
The septage management workshop aims to promote behavior change and supporting environment needed for systems in our locality to be effective in septage management sustainability.
Dagupan City – Two well-known lawyer-educators in Dagupan City have been appointed new members of the policy-making body of the Dagupan City Water District.
Lawyers Gonzalo T. Duque and Liberato C. Reyna, Jr., took their oath as members of the DCWD board of directors last January 26 during the water district’s general assembly held at the District’s function hall.
The oath taking of the two new members of the board was administered by no less than Dagupan City Mayor Belen T. Fernandez, who appointed both in accordance with Presidential Decree No.198, as amended, otherwise known as the “Provincial Water Utilities Act of 1973.”
The Dagupan City Water District (DCWD), in conjunction with the worldwide observance of World Water Day 2015, launched its Coastal Clean-up Drive on March 17 along the coastlines of Bagong Baryo, Bonuan Gueset, Dagupan City.
The DCWD workforce led by general manager Adelfo B. Valle during the Coastal Clean-up Drive held March 17, 2015 along the coastlines of Bagong Baryo, Bonuan Gueset, Dagupan City.
This year’s celebration of World Water Day, with the theme “Water and Sustainable Development” is celebrated March 16 to 22 and is participated in this country by various government agencies spearheaded by the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR), Local Water Utilities Administration (LWUA), and the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH). Read More
DCWD inks online banking system with Land Bank
DCWD inks online banking system with Land Bank
Dagupan City – The Dagupan City Water District (DCWD) became the first water district in Luzon and second in the entire country to enrol its collection and payment system online.
GM Adelfo B. Valle, chairman, DCWD TWG, signifies the local water district’s goal to promote gender equality and awareness amongst the District’s workforce.
The Dagupan City Water District recently held a seminar/training last September 19 on Gender Sensitivity which was conducted by no less than Civil Service Commission (CSC) Regional GAD Focal Person Marichu Y. Cuison at the DCWD Training Center, Tambac, Dagupan City.
GM Adelfo B. Valle, Llb.
“Life can only be understood backwards.” – Soren Kierkegaard
“In my reminiscence, my experiences do not fade, they grow more vivid.” – Marcel Proust
With these two epigraphs in mind – the first,by the 19thcentury Danish philosopher Soren Kierkegaard, underlining the importance of the work of memory in arriving at anunderstanding of one’s life as a whole, and the second, by the 20thcentury French writer Marcel Proust, emphasizing the significance of intensememories in lending emotional meaning to one’s life, especially what I callreminiscence in old age, I thought of attempting to write a short and simpleaccount of my own past.
Many have written of the past. The world today is full of their records. To those who are not too intensely engrossed with the present, there is some pleasure in reviewing things quondam. And may I say here, by way of introduction and apology for this writing, that for while it is something of a task to have to draw on one’s memory for a space of almost 60 years, yet it is not without some degree of pleasure that we take to detail certain things in days gone by.
Speaking of 60 years, as I write this “memoir,” I just became a certified senior citizen of this republic. So, before the aging process – with its attendant failing eyesight, backaches, muscular pain, sleep disorder, and even dementia – steals my ability to write or even tell my life story, now is the time to scribe my thoughts, especially those stories most familiar and beloved from my own experiences. This decision comes as I anticipate that someday my memoir would become a family heirloom.
GM Valle’s Welcome Address during DCWD’s 27th Commemorative Anniversary Celebration
Our distinguished Guest of Honor and Speaker, Her Honor, Mayor Belen Fernandez, who is ably represented by Dr. Edwin Aguirre, Executive Assistant III, City Mayor’s Office, Honorable Councilor Marvin Fabia, Chairman, Committee on Public Utilities and Transportation, other city officials and honored guests, our ever-supportive Board of Directors, headed by Chairman Macky Samson, our hardworking division managers and other officers, as well as all my fellow workers in the Dagupan City Water District, good evening!