Pili Water District has maintained its ISO 9001:2015 certification after it successfully passed the onsite 2nd Surveillance Audit conducted last December 3, 2022. ISO 9001 (the International Organization for Standardization) is an international standard on Quality Management Systems (QMS) that evaluates the ability of an organization to consistently provide quality products and services that meet continue reading : PIWAD maintains ISO 9001:2015 Certification
Concessionaires may now pay online while staying safe at home as the District partners with Pay Maya as one its additional online payment channels. Through the app, concessionaires will now have additional options and will be able to settle their water bill at the comforts of their home. This provides convenient payment process to PIWAD continue reading : PIWAD partners with Pay Maya for a more accessible and convenient payment
Pili Water District implemented last May 2021 the Alternative Work Arrangement (AWA) to ensure the uninterrupted delivery of service In view of the rising COVID-19 cases in the Region, the District aims to limit interaction and to maintain continuous operation. “As an essential service provider it is our obligation to guarantee that our employees are continue reading : PIWAD Implements AWA to ensure the continuous delivery of service
The pandemic has changed the course of life of all of us which has affected every aspect of our day to day activities. Together let us all build a safe and child-friendly environment and promote the rights of the children amidst the difficulties brought by the pandemic. Children as one of the most vulnerable group continue reading : Pili Water District joins the nation in the celebration of National Children’s Month
Ngayong may pandemya, kumusta ka nga ba Juana? According to the Philippine Statistics Authority’s (PSA) October 2020 labor force survey, labor force participation rate was lower among women at 45% compared to men at 72.3%. This is the highest decline in terms of year-on-year employment growth rate with arts, entertainment, and recreation industry at 38.2% continue reading : Kaya ni Juana!