THE Metropolitan Cebu Water District (MCWD) will offer out the P6.5-billion dam at the Mananga River following the race as a long haul answer for Cebu's water deficiency issue.
MCWD Director Joel Mari Yu said the practicality concentrate to manufacture the 80-meter high dam in Barangay Camp 4 in Talisay City was led in 2017 and was finished for the current year.
In view of the plausibility think about outcomes, it will take six years to develop the dam.
Yu said the task will be offered out as a Public-Private Partnership. The triumphant bidder will bear the expense of the undertaking and the movement of illicit pilgrims, including the procurement of migration destinations.
After the race, Yu said MCWD will arrange with the recently chosen representative and the CEOs of Cebu City and Talisay City for the migration of every casual pilgrim who are wrongfully dwelling inside the Mananga River.
Beside possessing a no-fabricate zone, the casual pilgrims were additionally accused for contamination in the zone.
"I am certain these casual pilgrims will look for help from lawmakers to anticipate their exchange. I am calling all government officials to have feel sorry for on the open that can't be served by MCWD if our sources will come up short on water," Yu said.
He included that every single casual pilgrim at the Mananga River must be migrated before the any work on the dam that will seize water is begun.
Yu said the proposition to fabricate the Mananga Dam was first raised 30 years back when water supply from the profound wells was as yet bottomless.
Tragically, he stated, the proposition was not sought after.
Prior, Korean specialist Charlie Cho said a major Korean firm is intrigued to construct dams and supply consumable water in Cebu.
Cho said the Korean firm has cooperated with San Miguel Corp. to construct a water dam in Luzon that will supply consumable water to Metro Manila inhabitants.