Water PNG

Water and sewerage connection is a government must: Kua

He also raised in Parliament yesterday the idea of merging Eda Ranu and Water PNG. This is to help in providing this adequate need, which in many provincial centres is non-existent.

“The most profitable centre is Port Moresby, which falls under Eda Ranu and the other centres which are not profitable are placed under Water PNG. That is why Water PNG is unable to afford and finance the cost of provision of clean water supply and sanitation to the rest of the country,” Kua said.  

Water PNG supports fight against Malaria

The three-day event is set for August 24-26.

With the vison to support Health care and Sanitation in the country, the Water PNG Madang office has stepped forward to be the first in assisting the Institute with a cheque worth K3,000

The Water PNG Management praised the Institute for their work and achievements over the years and urged them to continue safe guard health in the country.

In collaboration to hosting the international event the Institute will also celebrate its 40 years of malaria research in the country.

Water service goes online to reduce wait

The company has embarked on a modern and convenient payment scheme to pay water bills.

The new payment system is effective today (Oct 22) where customers will be able to pay their bills online and via mobile phones with BSP, ANZ and Westpac online payment scheme.

Speaking at the launch today chief executive officer Raka Taviri says the Bill Pay Scheme is quicker and easier than writing and mailing paper cheques and only takes seconds.

Water PNG customers who bank with BSP, ANZ or Westpac can register with these banks to have access to the Bill Pay facility.

Our water is WHO compliant: Water boss

Chief Executive Officer Henry Mokono says Eda Ranu standards are never compromised.

Eda Ranu is responding to concerns for safe drinking water by the Fiji delegation here for the Pacific Games.

The Fiji team sent an SOS this week to its major sponsor "Fiji Water" to supply the team with drinking water.

Fiji Times reported it's contingent had to boil water when safe drinking water became a concern for its athletes.

Mokono says Eda Ranu provides a world class product which adheres to World Health organisation drinking water standards.