About Us
To provide an affordable spring water supply to the people of Indang, Cavite as competent, technical, skilled and professional and God-centered employees of Indang Water District with the state of the art equipment and excellent service.
To safeguard natural resources for being environmental friendly.


On July 1979, the IWD was formed by the virtue of a Municipal Resolution, transferring
the existing water system to the District. The IWD was formally issued a Conditional Certificate of Conformance (CCC) No. 099 by the Local Water Utilities Administration (LWUA) on November 5, 1979 in its recognition to IWD’s commitment to improve the domestic water supply of Indang. The District was then born and becomes eligible to avail of LWUA’s comprehensive assistance program. 

The IWD has been re-categorized from Small Water District to Medium Water District effective April 4, 2004.  Moreover, pursuant to DBM Circular Letter No. 2011-10 dated November 18, 2011 re: Revised Local Water District manual on Categorization, Re-categorization and Other Related Matters (LWD-MaCRO) the Indang Water District was categorized as Category C Water District by LWUA effective March 2011.


To be the best provider of safe, potable, adequate adn affordable spring water in the whole Municipality of Indang.


To provide an affordable spring water supply to the people of Indang, Cavite as competent, technical, skilled and professional and God-centered employees of Indang Water District with the state of the art equipment and excellent service.
To safeguard natural resources for being environmental friendly.



S – incere Service 
P – rofessionalism and Patience  
R – espect   
 I – ntegrity 
N – ature Friendly 
G – od Fearing 
S – incerity 
M – otivation 
I –   ntellect   
L – oyalty 
E – xcellence 


1. Provide safe, potable, adequate and affordable spring water.
2. Provide excellent services.
3. Increase financial stability.
4. Safeguard natural resources.
5. Strengthening partnership with other agencies.


Municipality of Indang is situated in the central part of Cavite Province approximately 12 km from Tagaytay Ridge. The Municipality consists of the Poblacion and surrounding barangays with a total land area of 8,920 hectares.

The original waterworks system was constructed in 1922-1924 with Ikloy Spring as its source and covers only the Poblacion. The system consists of a spring chamber, pumphouse with hydro turbine prime over and centrifugal pump, ground reservoir, 2 km transmission pipelines and distribution facilities. In 1980, a separate distribution pipe and ground reservoir in Barangay Kaytambog was included in the system. Total registered concessionaires were 463 as of August 1980. Water production from the spring source is 580 cu.m. of which only 26.6 percent is accounted for.

The total water demand for various design years is derived from the demands for domestic, commercial, institutional and public faucets demands including an allowance for leakage and wastage.

The possible sources of water supply for Indang are springs, namely, Ikloy, Ipie I and Ipie II. All the springs emanate from fissures on the contact between permeable pyroclastics and impermeable tuff above the river course. The full production of Ikloy Spring alone is estimated to meet the water demand of Indang Water District.
General Information and Profile



Indang Water District (IWD) was categorized as Category C Water District by LWUA effective March 2011. IWD’s Functional Chart and Position/Organizational Chart were based on the Revised Local Water District Manual on Categorization, Re-categorization and Other Related Matters (LWD-MaCRO).

The District operates at a ratio of 1 regular employee for every 264 service connections. In order to resolve the workload, Management hired Job Order personnel to cope with the necessary day-to-day demand in operations.

As of December 31, 2016, the total IWD workforce was comprised of twenty-eight (28) permanent employees and fifteen (15) Job Order personnel. All employees met the minimum qualifications per Job Description adopted by the District. The District having been categorized as Category C Water District, has forty-five (45) positions on the Plantilla of Personnel (POP) based on the Position Allocation List (PAL) approved by the DBM on April 1, 2016.

IWD adopted Civil Services rules and regulations regarding hiring of personnel and other personnel matters. While IWD follows Local Water Utilities Administration (LWUA) rules and regulations in Utility Customer Relations and General Utility Operations, additional policies were adopted, repealed or amended by the District Board of Directors including those adopting LWUA guidelines.

IWD created, maintained and properly updated reliable records of the following in order to accurately present that data in timely reports to the management that can help in the decision-making:

Administrative and Finance
Monthly Report on Accession Monthly
Monthly Report on Separation Monthly
Report on Agencies Implementation of the Mamamayan Muna Program Monthly
Summary of Attendance (including tardiness, undertime and un authorized absence) Monthly
Summary of Seminars/Trainings Attended Monthly
Summary of Travel Orders Monthly
Summary of Leave Balance Quarterly
Utility Checklist Report Daily
UDaily Cashier's Report (DCR) Daily
Daily Collection Report Daily
Report of Accountability for Accountable Forms (RAAF) Monthly
Lapsing Schedules Monthly
Summary of Pulled out/Defective Meters Monthly
Monthly Inventory Report Monthly
Quarterly Reports on Physical Count of Inventories Quarterly
Reports of Physical Count of Inventories Yearly
Statement of Budget Utilization Monthly
Statement of Expenses per Cost Center (Per Division) Monthly
Income Statement Monthly
Balance Sheet Monthly
Cash Flow Statement Monthly
Monthly Data Sheet Monthly
Fuel Consumption Report Monthly
Electricity Consumption Report Monthly
Schedules of Accounts Monthly
Project Procurement Management Plan Per Division Anually
Projected Income Statement Anually
Projected Water Sales Anually
Projected New Connection Anually
Capital Expenditures Anually
Salaries and Benefits Anually
Annual Procurement Plan Anually
Report of Extraordinary & Miscellaneous Expenses Quarterly
ROSA Quarterly
Report of Unliquidated Cash Advances & Reports on Government Projects Quarterly
Daily Billing Summary/Monthly Billing Summary Daily
Daily Penalty Charges Daily
Billing Adjustment Memos Daily
Report of New Connections, Accounts, Reconnected Accounts, Transferred Accounts, Change of Account Names, Reclassified Accounts Daily
Daily Status Report of Activities of Commercial Division Daily
Ageing of Accounts Monthly
Senior Citizen Discount Disconnected Summary Monthly
Shifty Operator's Report Prescribed Schedule
Monthly Operating Hours Report Monthly
Monthly Flowmeter Readings Monthly
Monthly KHW Readings Monthly
Production Data Monthly
Summary Report of Bacteriological-Test Monthly
Shifty Operator's Report Prescribed Schedule
Vehicle Inspection Report Daily
SACO, Maintenance Orde and Service Request Monitorion Repot Daily
Monthly Operating Hours Report Monthly
Monthly Flowmeter Readings Monthly
Monthly KHW Readings Monthly
Financial and Compliance Audit is being by the Commission on Audit (COA) annually.

To enhance transparency and enforce accountability, essential reports were posted in the IWD website (www.indangwd.com) in compliance with Section 93 of the General Appropriations Act of FY2012 Section 93 which is the Transparency Seal provision. Moreover, reports were prepared regularly as required in the Commercial Practices Manual for Local Water Districts.



The Financial Statements of the District report information using accounting principles appropriate for an enterprise fund to report its activities. The Financial Statements conform to the Philippine Financial Reporting Standards (PFRS).

The Balance Sheet includes information about the District’s assets (i.e., the nature and amount of investments in resources) and liabilities (i.e., the obligations to creditors). This statement also provides the basis of evaluating the capital structure of the District and assessing its liquidity and financial flexibility.

The Income Statement identifies the District’s revenues and expenses for the calendar year. This statements provides information on the District’s operations and whether the District’ revenues have covered its expenses.

The Statement of Cash Flows provides the information concerning the District’s cash receipts, cash payments and changes in cash resulting from operations, investments and financing activities. This statement also provides information on the sources and uses of cash and on the change in the cash balance.

The Notes to Financial Statements provide description of the accounting policies used to prepare the financial statements and present the material disclosures required by PFRS, that are not otherwise present in the financial statements.


Water rates are instruments for recovering the cost of providing adequate water service to customers and must reflect not only the fixed costs of the supply system, but also on the operating expenses of the water district. The cost of service should be equated with revenue requirement for the purpose. IWD existing water rates that were presented during the Public Hearing held last November 10, 2004 underwent thorough review and approved by LWUA on February 23, 2010.
Residential/Government 1/2 P 188.00 22.25/cu.m. 22.25/cu.m. 24.90/cu.m. 27.25/cu.m
Commercial 1/2 P 376.00 44.50 49.80 54.50
Semi-Commercial A 1/2 P 329.00 38.95 43.55 47.65
Semi-Commercial B 1/2 P 282.00 33.40 37.35 40.85
Semi-Commercial C 1/2 P 235.00 27.80 31.10 34.05
Commercial 2 P 7,520.00 44.50 49.80 54.50
At an average, IWD’s current service growth was at 408 connections per annum.
As of December 31, 2016, the total number of existing connections was 7,397 wherein 7,031 are active while 366 are inactive. All service connections were metered and are regularly billed. Delinquent concessionaires were 2,429.

At an average, there were five customers per connection.

Out of the estimated population of Indang, Cavite of 69,528, 51,947 are being served by IWD as of December 31, 2016.

The District keeps written record of request for service which shows the date when such requests were made and the nature of the service requested. On the average, it takes 1 to 3 days to respond and to attend to such service requests.

As of December 31, 2016, the District has 7,397 total active service connections. The total connections are broken down into:

Type Flat Metered Total
Residential/Government - 6,880 6,880
Commercial - 517 517
Bulk - - -
Total - 7,397 7,397
As noted above, 94% of the customers of IWD are under residential/government connections while only 6% is under the commercial connections.



IWD regularly monitors its water quality through Monthly Bacteriological Analysis and Semi-annual Physical/Chemical Analysis. Disinfection is conducted through Chlorination which uses chlorine dosing pumps that directly injects chlorine solution to water transmission lines. The Chlorine Residual Test conducted obtained an average result of 0.3 ppm, which passes the minimum  hilippine National Standard for Safe Drinking Water (PNSDW). Copies of these test reports were regularly submitted to LWUA, twelve (12) Bacteriological Analysis Summary Reports and two (2) Semi-Annual Physical Examination Reports annually.

IWD also monitors each pump and motor efficiency by conducting regular test. Motors are checked for its meager resistance to identify if it fits long operating service or if it needs replacement. Pump discharge are being monitored to check its efficiency. Serviceable parts such as bearings, seals, and couplings are regularly checked and replaced. Out of the nineteen (19) pumps that are being used by IWD for its water production, fifteen (15) are operational and the four (4) serves as backup/ spare pumps.


IWD’s water sources are two (2) spring sources and ten (10) deep wells. Its operational routine include, among others, meter reading and billing, operation of pumps, leak detection and repair, and other maintenance tasks.

Because of inadequate facilities, the District had to provide partial service in accordance with the following average length of time each 24-hours day:
Less than 6 hours of service None
7-12 hours service None
13-18 hours service 3,108 service connections
19-24 hours service 4,289 service connections
Among the 23 barangays being covered by IWD’s service, 9 barangays are enjoying 24 hours supply in its entire area or around 4,289 service connections. While 14 barangays are partially serviced with prescribed operating hours (13-18 hours) or equivalent to 3,108 service connections.

IWD had acquired major equipments and machineries to provide good quality service to its concessionaires through the years. IWD maintains list of major equipment and machinery with an initial cost of at least P 10,000 including pertinent information.
Water District and it's Physical System's Facilities

Structure and Equipment

On the same day of IWD’s 35th anniversary, IWD relocated its office at MNM Building, San Gregorio St., corner Calderon St., Indang, Cavite. The new office is under a lease contract for two (2) years at a monthly rate of fifty thousand pesos (P50,000.00) with a 10% escalation rate on the following years. The total office area is approximately at 285.70 sq.m. The Commercial and Engineering Division are located at the first floor while the Production and Water Quality, Administrative and Finance Division and the Office of the General Manager are located at the second floor.

Various office equipments are being acquired for the proper operation of the District.

The IWD’s two (2) major water sources as Ipie and Ikloy springs and the ten (10) deep wells has a total rated capacity of 13,567 cu.m. per day.

PS # 1 Kayquit II 5 23; 22; 4.72 lps 1987; 1900; 407 cu. m/d Chlorine injector
PS # 2 Poblacion I 1 Abandoned ----- Chlorine injector
PS # 3 Kayquit II 2 Booster ----- Chlorine injector
PS # 4 Kaytapos 1 Booster ----- Chlorine injector
PS # 5 Calumpang Lejos 1 3.96 lps 342 cu. m/d Chlorine injector
PS # 6 Mataas na Lupa 1 4 lps 345 cu. m/d Chlorine injector
PS # 7 Poblacion 4 1 5 lps 432 cu. m/d Chlorine injector
PS # 8 Banaba Lejos 1 3 lps 259 cu. m/d Chlorine injector
PS # 9 Mahabang Kahoy Cerca 1 20 lps 1,728 cu. m/d Chlorine injector
PS # 10 Mahabang Kahoy Lejos 1 3.4 lps 293 cu. m/d Chlorine injector
PS # 11 Daine I 1 15 lps 1,296 cu. m/d Chlorine injector
PS # 12 Limbon 1 21 lps 1,814 cu. m/d Chlorine injector
PS # 13 Asama Homes Subd 1 18 lps 1,555 cu. m/d Chlorine injector
PS # 14 Kayquit 2 1 20 lps 1,728 cu. m/d Chlorine injector
PS # 15 Lumampong Halayhay 1 9.38 lps 810 cu. m/d Chlorine injector
IWD has two reinforced concrete ground reservoirs which were built in 1922-1924 and 2002-2003. Both ground reservoirs are located in Barangay Kayquit II about 1 km South of Poblacion with a total capacity of 465 cu.m. broken down into:​
Pumping Station 1 (Kayquit II) 
Pumping Station 3 (Kayquit II) 
Pumping Station 4
Pumping Station 5
Pumping Station 6
Pumping Station 7
Pumping Station 8 (Banaba Lejos) 
Pumping Station 9 (Mahabang Kahoy Cerca) 
Pumping Station 10 (Mahabang Kahoy Lejos) 
Pumping Station 11 (Daine I) 
Pumping Station 12 
Pumping Station 13 
Pumping Station 14 
Pumping Station 15