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Annex 2

TAGUM WATER DISTRICTS MASTER PLAN


FOR BULK WATER SUPPLY PROJECT
& SOURCE DEVELOPMENT PLAN

I. GENERAL
This technical evaluation presents the Tagum Water Districts Master
Plan for Bulk Water Supply project making used of the selected Hijo River as
source of water supply.
II. PLANNING STAGE
Taking into consideration the target expansion areas and its water
requirement, the TWD master plan will be implemented in two (2) phases
namely: Phase I (to be completed in year 2018) and Phase II (to be completed
in year 2021). Construction period of the Recommended Plan to meet the water
requirement for Phase I will start in 2016 while that for Phase II will start in
2019.
III. BASIC CONSIDERATIONS
1. Service Areas
As of December 2014, TWD serves 13 out of 23 barangays, namely:
Apokon, La Filipina, Magdum Magugpo North, Magugpo East, Magugpo West,
Magugpo South, Magugpo Poblacion, Mankilam, San Miguel, Visayan Village,
Cuambogan and Canocotan.
Phase I of the project will cover 16 barangays adding barangay Madaum,
San Isidro and Pagsabangan.
On the other hand, Phase II of the project will cover the 19 barangays
adding barangays Bincungan, Busaon and Libuganon.
2. Water Sources
a. Present Water Sources
Tagum Water District is presently served by 8 existing deep wells with a
combined output of 32,032 cubic meter per day shows the location of these
deep wells. This is including the newly constructed well near the Tagum City
New City Hall at JV Ayala Avenue, Apokon, with an output of 6,000 cubic meter
per day and made operational last April 27, 2015.
b. Proposed Water Sources
The proposed water sources for TWD is the surface water of Hijo River.

Surface water is proposed to be drawn from Hijo River through a river


intake called the River Bank Filtration (RBF) and will be pumped to the

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Treatment plant using a Multi-Barrier approach, which is proposed to be
located in Barangay Magdum. The project proposes to abstract 41,000 cubic
meter per day with a 7 to 8% allowance for treatment and transmission pipeline
losses to produce 38,000 cubic meter per day from Hijo River.

3. Pipeline System

From the RBF the water will be pumped to the treatment plant to the
5,000 cubic meter ground storage tank of the Bulk Water Supply. The water
will be transmitted to the Injection Point at the nearest national highway at
Brgy. Magdum to where the mother meter will be installed. This mother meter
will be the basis of the quantity of water that TWD purchase from the Bulk
Water Supplier.

a. Main Transmission Pipeline


From the Injection Point, a transmission pipeline of 700 mm. diameter
will be constructed by TWD going to the Circumferential Road, Brgy. Mankilam.
(See master plan map and Construction Project 2016 & 2017). The 700 mm.
diameter pipeline will reduce to 500 mm. diameter taking the route from the
Circumferential Road-Davao Provincial Road, Mankilam-Circumferential Road
at Brgy. San Miguel to Daneco Sub-Station, National Highway, Canocotan.
From Daneco Sub-Station of 500 mm. diameter, the pipeline will be reduced to
300 mm. diameter up to Corner National Highway- Madaum. A 250 mm and 200
mm diameter will be laid from Corner National-Highway Madaum to entrance
of Banana Beach Brgy Magdum.

b. Distribution Pipeline
A distribution pipeline will be constructed ranging from 150 mm. diameter
to 50 mm. diameter at the following areas: (see master plan map and
Construction Project 2016 & 2017)
Brgy. Canocotan
Brgy. San Isidro
Brgy. Madaum
Brgy. Pagsabangan

4. Storage Facilities

Table 1. Existing Storage Tanks


Capacity
Tank No. Location
(cu.m.)
1 New Public Market, Magugpo West 110
2 TWD Compound, Magugpo North 380
3 Rotary Park, Magugpo Poblacion 400

4 TOTIT, Magugpo West 38

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5 Cristo Rey Subdivision, Magugpo West 630

The total capacity of TWDs existing storage tanks is 1,558 cubic meters.
An on-going construction of 480 and 400 cubic meters storage tanks located
at Mankilam and La Filipina which are expected to be completed this year.

The proposed project of Bulk Water supply includes the construction of


ground reservoir with 5,000 cubic meter capacity. This is to reinforce the
supply and meet the minimum requirement of pressure to 10 PSI.

5. Pressure Monitoring Area

The entrance of Banana Beach at Brgy. Madaum is the pressure


monitoring area of 10 PSI minimum and 40 PSI maximum.

IV. DEVELOPMENT OF MASTER PLAN DESIGN CRITERIA

1. System Pressure

The minimum pressure to be adopted in the system is 10 PSI, while the


maximum pressure has been set to a range of 40 to 50 PSI to protect the pipes
from bursting due to excessive pressures.

2. Flow Velocity in the Distribution System

The requirement for the velocity of flow in the distribution system was
3m/s maximum at all times while the minimum was set at 0.3 m/s. But to attain
the pressure requirement as per Section IV.1 in our distribution system,
velocity lower than the minimum requirement is allowed.

3. Computer Analysis

A water distribution modelling software (Watergems by Bentley) was


being used to analyze the system. Starting from 2014 as the baseline year, the
simulation was conducted every year up to 2032 incorporating the water
demand and the supply.

4. Project Assumptions/Projections

a. Service Connections

The distribution of service connections per barangay was considered in the


formulation of master plan. Table 2 shows the projected service connections
up to the end of the contract.

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Table 2. Service connections
Number of Target Total Service
YEAR
Service Connections Connection

2014 28,882
2015 3,000 31,882
2016 2,000 33,882
2017 1,000 34,882
2018 4,000 38,882
2019 2,500 41,382
2020 3,100 44,482
2021 2,000 46,482
2022 3,000 49,482
2023 1,500 50,982
2024 1,200 52,182
2025 1,000 53,182
2026 1,000 54,182
2027 1,000 55,182
2028 700 55,882
2029 500 56,382
2030 500 56,882
2031 500 57,382
2032 500 57,882

Table 3. Distribution of Projected Service Connections per barangay

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Table 3 shows the distribution of projected service connections per barangay.

b. Demand Patterns

The usage of water per service connection is not constant throughout the
day. Figure 1 shows the domestic pattern of residential usage while on Figure
2 shows the commercial pattern used for commercial establishments.

Figure 1. Domestic pattern used in the hydraulic analysis

Figure 2. Commercial Pattern used in the hydraulic analysis

c. Non-Revenue Water

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The re requirement for Non-Revenue Water (NRW) was considered and was
added to demand of water in the analysis. Table 4 shows the
projections/assumptions of NRW.

Non-Revenue Water
YEAR
(%)

2014 35
2015 33
2016 33
2017 31
2018 31
2019 29
2020 29
2021 27
2022 27
2023 25
2024 25
2025 25
2026 25
2027 25
2028 25
2029 25
2030 25
2031 25
2032 25

d. Average Consumption
The consumption of water per service connections is assumed to be 24
cubic meter per month having 5 persons per service connection. Considering
the per capita will consumed 160 liters of water per day.

Average
Consumption in
YEAR
cubic meter per
month
2014 22
2015 22

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2016 22
2017 22
2018 24
2019 24
2020 24
2021 24
2022 24
2023 24
2024 24
2025 24
2026 24
2027 24
2028 24
2029 24
2030 24
2031 24
2032 24

e. Water Supply

After the construction of PS 16, TWD will not consider any addition of
pumping station using ground water as source. From 2014 until the entrance
of Bulk Water Supply, TWD will make used of the exiting pumping station.

When the Bulk Water Supply made operation, TWD will utilize the existing 4
pumping stations in controlled and with scheduled as per hydraulic analysis
recommendations.

Bulk Water Supply scheduled for the first three (3) years a 26,000 cubic
meter per day supply, 32,000 cubic meter per day for another three (3) years
and 38,000 cubic meter per day for the 7th year towards the end of 15 year
contract.

Bulk Water Supply


TWD Water Supply in Total Supply in
YEAR in cubic meter per
cubic meter per day cubic meter per day
day
2014 27,800 27,800
2015 27,800 27,800

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2016 27,800 27,800
2017 27,800 27,800
2018 22,000 26,000 48,000
2019 22,000 26,000 48,000
2020 22,000 26,000 48,000
2021 22,000 32,000 54,000
2022 22,000 32,000 54,000
2023 22,000 32,000 54,000
2024 22,000 38,000 60,000
2025 22,000 38,000 60,000
2026 22,000 38,000 60,000
2027 22,000 38,000 60,000
2028 22,000 38,000 60,000
2029 22,000 38,000 60,000
2030 22,000 38,000 60,000
2031 22,000 38,000 60,000
2032 22,000 38,000 60,000

V. DISCUSSION OF HYDRAULIC ANALYSIS

a. 2014-Baseline of the analysis

In 2014, during peak hours (5 am to 12 noon), the system experiencing low


pressure/ no water (See Figure 3). This indicates the shortage of water supply
having a service connections of 28,882 plus an NRW requirement of 35% given
that that the capacity of all the sources of TWD supplies 27,800 cubic meters
per day.

Figure 3. Scenario 2014 without PS 16

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In April 27, 2015, Pumping Station No. 16 (PS 16) made operational. TWD
water system improved in terms of its supply. Simulating the system adding PS
16 supply, Figure 4 shows TWD water system with PS 16.
PS 16 answered the problem of water shortage in 2014 and gave an extra
supply which can cater approximately 4,500 service connections.

Figure 4. 2015 Scenario with PS 16

b. Scenario 2015

By the addition of 3,000 service connections and the same supply was used
in the analysis, there were areas in the TWD water system beginning to
encounter low pressure/ no water. See Figure 5.

Figure 5. Scenario 2015 with additional 3,000 service connections


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c. Scenario 2016

Another 3,000 service connections added to the system. Simulation


conducted having the addition of water demand scenario in 2016. The TWD
water system was shown in Figure 6.
Figure 6. Scenario 2016

d. Scenario- Start of Bulk Water Supply

Considering the 26,000 cubic meter per day supply from Bulk Water
Supplier, the simulation was conducted.

Bulk Water Supplier operation

Bulk Water Supplier Supplies 26,000 cubic meter per day


Two (2) pumps in operation. Each pump has a design of 19,000
cu.m./day at 42 meters head

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TWD operation

No operation at PS No. 11 and PS No. 13


PS No. 14 operates from 4 am to 9 pm
PS No. 15 operates in 24 hours
PS No. 16 operates from 4 am to 10 pm

The following are the project proposals:

1. A 700 mm. diameter pipeline will be laid from the Bulk Water Supply
source at Magdum up to the Circumferential Road near the Public
Market, Mankilam. See Figure 7.

Figure 7. 700 mm. diameter Pipeline

2. A 500 mm. diameter pipeline will be laid from the end of 700 mm.
diameter pipeline at Circumferential Road near the Public Market,
Mankilam to crossing National Highway fronting Daneco-Substation,
Canocotan. See Figure 8.

Figure 8. 500 mm. diameter Pipeline

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3. A 300 mm. diameter pipeline will be laid from Daneco-Substation,
Canocotan to Corner National Highway- Madaum. See Figure 9.

Figure 9. 300 mm. diameter Pipeline

4. A 250 mm. and 200 mm. diameter pipelines will be laid from Corner
Nationa Highway Madaum to entrance of Banana Beach, Madaum.
5. Distribution pipelines will be laid for Canocotan, San Isidro and Madaum.
6. Inter-connections will be conducted connecting the main transmission
pipelines to the existing distribution pipelines of TWD at the following
locations:
Highway Curvada
Suaybaguio District near the Baga Rice Mill
Near Glorius Memorial Park, La Filipina
Crossing Capitol, Mankilam

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Capitol Road near North Eagle 5, San Miguel
Canocotan near Renzo Subdivision
Daneco Substation, Canocotan
Corner National Highway- Madaum
7. Installation of Pressure Regulating Valve (PRV) to Pagsabangan

e. Scenario 2019 and 2020 Year 2 and 3 of the Bulk Water Supply

Bulk Water Supply operation continued using the same setting in year 1,
e.g. 26,000 cubic meters per day supply.

TWD operation:
No operation for PS No. 11
Operates PS No. 13 from 5 am to 9 am
Operates PS No. 14 from 4 am to 9 pm
Operates PS No. 15 in 24 hours
Operates PS No. 16 from 4 am to 10 pm

f. Scenario 2021 Year 4 of the Bulk Water Supply

Bulk Water Supplier operation


Bulk Water Supplier supplies 32,000 cubic meter per day
Two (2) pumps in operation. Each pump has a design of 19,000
cu.m./day at 42 meters head

TWD operation
No operation at PS No. 11
PS No. 13 operates from 5 am to 9 am
PS No. 14 operates from 4 am to 9 pm
PS No. 15 operates in 24 hours
PS No. 16 operates from 3 am to 11 pm

The following are the project proposals:

1. A 300 mm. diameter pipeline will be laid from Corner Nationa Highway-
Madaum to Corner National Highway-Liboganon. Figure 10. 300 mm.
diameter Pipeline.

Figure 10. Phase 2-300 mm. diameter Pipeline

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2. Distribution pipelines will be laid for Bincungan, Busaon and
Liboganon.
3. Inter-connections will be conducted connecting the existing
transmission pipelines at the following locations:
Corner National Highway-Madaum
Corner National Highway-Liboganon
4. Reinforcing Pipelines:
250 mm. diameter from Daneco Substation to Visayan Village
200 mm. diameter from Reclusado Compound to Bermudez Plains
150 mm. diameter from Prk Rattan to Highway Apokon
5. Construction of 400 cubic meter storage tank at Apokon area

g. Scenario 2022 and 2023 Year 5 and 6 of the Bulk Water Supply

Bulk Water Supply operation continued using the same setting in


year 1, e.g. 32,000 cubic meters per day supply.

TWD operation:

No operation for PS No. 11


Operates PS No. 13 from 5 am to 5 pm
Operates PS No. 14 from 4 am to 9 pm
Operates PS No. 15 in 24 hours
Operates PS No. 16 in 24 hours

h. Scenario 2024 to 2032 Year 7 to 15 of the Bulk Water Supply

Bulk Water Supplier operation

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Bulk Waater Supplier supplies 38,000 cubic meter per day
Two (3) pumps in operation. Each pump has a design of 19,000
cu.m./day at 42 meters head

TWD operation

Scheduling of pumping stations


Operates PS No. 13 from 4 am to 4 pm
Operates PS No. 14 from 5 am to 8 pm
Operates PS No. 15 from 4 am to 9 pm
Operates PS No. 16 from 6 am to 4 pm
PS No. 11 reserved pumping station

Computer printouts of the hydraulic analyses year 2032. (See attached file)

Prepared and recommending approval:

PILAR M. MULA, CE, RMP


Department Manager B
Engineering and Operations

Approved:

NELLY M. GENTUGAYA, MM
General Manager

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