Artist’s illustration of The Erin Heights’ Sky Promenade.
As part of its unwavering commitment to environmental protection and sustainable development, Quadruple A developer DMCI Homes is investing in modern wastewater management solutions to ensure efficient water use in its condominiums.
While some DMCI Homes condos are already using water from rainwater harvesting and sewage treatment facilities to maintain their properties’ landscapes, the company is taking its sustainability initiatives up a notch by building condos with full water recycling and treatment capabilities.
Full water recycling and treatment
The first of its kind in the residential condo category in the country, DMCI Homes is building a full water recycling and treatment facility in The Erin Heights, a single-tower development rising along Commonwealth Avenue in Tandang Sora, Quezon City.
DMCI Homes Vice President for Project Development Dennis Yap said the facility is capable of collecting and treating wastewater to make it fit for general use, landscape irrigation, and maintenance of amenities, among other beneficial purposes.
“For this project, we will be tapping our in-house experts and work with professional wastewater management contractors to ensure a quality and efficient treatment process,” Yap said.
“Our goal is to produce Class A-certified treated water in accordance with the standards set by the Environmental Management Bureau,” he added.
The Erin Heights, the first residential condominium in the country with full water reuse capability, will rise along Commonwealth Avenue in Tandang Sora, Quezon City. (Artist’s illustration of the building facade)
With the treatment facility, The Erin Heights can potentially save up to 314 million liters of water annually according to a DMCI Homes’ Design and Engineering Department study.
This also means savings for homeowners on their water bills and having enough backup water supply for the community in the event of a water shortage.
Currently, under construction, The Erin Heights is set to open its doors to residents in October 2027.
DMCI Homes puts strong emphasis on making its properties and future developments environmentally sound and sustainable. The Erin Heights will only be the first in the company’s roster of future projects to apply the full water recycling capability.
DMCI Homes is the Philippines’ first Quadruple A real estate developer known for building quality resort-inspired communities in Mega Manila, Baguio, Boracay and Davao City. The company’s portfolio boasts of more than 60 properties since it was launched in 1999.
To learn more about The Erin Heights and other DMCI Homes’ pre-selling and ready-for-occupancy projects, units for lease, and special promos, call (632) 5324-8888. You can also visit leasing.dmcihomes.com to know more about opportunities in leasing and rent-to-own programs of DMCI Homes. News and other updates are also posted on the company’s official website and its social media accounts on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube.