|Total Service Connections (As of December 31, 2016):||5,102|
||Water Source/Location||Production (lps)|
|Tanibag||Tanibag Well Source||3.3|
|Tajao||Tajao Well Source||7.0|
|Cabiangon||Pandacan Well Source||–|
|Rizal||Butong Well Source||–|
|Buhingtubig||Buhingtubig Spring Source||0.5|
|Butong||Butong Well Source||6.6|
|Pandacan||Pandacan Well Source||2.8|
|Poblacion||Dakit Well Source||11.9|
|Mangoto||Mangoto Well Source||3.0|
|Binabag||Binabag Well Source||1.5|
|Sacsac||Sacsac Well Source||0.75|
|Sambagon||Sambagon Spring Source||0.8|
|Tutay||Tutay Well Source||6.4|
|Guimbawian||Guimbawian Spring Source||0.5|
The water sources of Pinamungajan WD is mostly comprised of deep wells with five (5) operating without the benefit of a storage thus, services in most areas are normally done thru direct pumping; an attribute of a costly production hence, the setback of improvement.
This is done thru manual chlorination being undertaken at each of pumping station. Chlorine residual per NSDW requirement is set within the 1.5mg/l residue from the point source of treatment to 0.3mg/l on extreme location of the service area which the Water District dutifully observed.
Most of the pipe materials specifically in Poblacion area are made of galvanized steel which were laid back in 1989 and is described as being in a state of deterioration with consideration to their location in close proximity with the shoreline and therefore conducive to rapid corrosion. The remainder of the network is largely in uPVC pipework laid within the last 12 years to present, which need to be improved likewise, to stabilize distribution of water on affected areas, as a result of doing away with several booster pumps earlier used thus, minimizing cost on power usage.