Tullahan River

Malabon, Manila

The Tullahan River is a river of the Philippines. It is located to the north of Manila and has an approximate length of 15 kilometers.

It starts at the La Mesa Reservoir in Quezon City and flows through Malabon City and Valenzuela City and empties into the Manila Bay.  Wiki

Tullahan River News

  • Communities Pledge To Protect Conserve Tullahan River

    Communities Pledge To Protect Conserve Tullahan River

    Communities near the Tullahan River pledged to protect and conserve the river that is part of the Malabon-Navotas-Tullahan-Tinajeros (MANATUTI) river system.

    The commitment came after the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) reached out to communities to raise awareness of the value of preserving wetlands and their importance to ecosystems.

    The DENR, through its Biodiversity Management Bureau (BMB), took the 2018 World Wetland Day local celebration on Feb 2, to two Quezon City barangays Sta. Lucia and San Bartolome where the agency conducted an educational outreach acti ...

  • Three hundred fifty two billion pesos flood control plan

    Three hundred fifty two billion pesos flood control plan

    Aiming to reduce the vulnerability of Metro Manila and outlying provinces to flooding during heavy rains, the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) has introduced a master plan for effective and comprehensive flood management in the region up to 2035.

    The plan, which calls for at least P351.72 billion in infrastructure spending, also aims to "develop a safe society that is resilient to floods," according to Patrick Gatan, head of the DPWH's Project Management Office for Major Flood Control Projects.

    On July 31, the National Economic and Development Authority's (Neda) Sub-Committ ...

  • DENR holds forum for estero partners in Metro Manila

    DENR holds forum for estero partners in Metro Manila

    After a year of engaging private sector support to revive major creeks and rivers, the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) will gather all adopters of esteros in Metro Manila in a day-long event to share experiences and challenges of each company in rehabilitating Metro Manila's waterways.

    Slated on Friday (Sept. 16), the event dubbed, "Making Headways in Cleaning Metro Manila Waters" is a forum for key partners and other stakeholders of the Adopt-An-Estero/River Program.

    Launched in 2010, Adopt an Estero/River program is a collaborative undertaking among the estero co ...

  • DENR partners with SMC in Tullahan River cleanup

    DENR partners with SMC in Tullahan River cleanup

    The Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) has found another ally in one of the country's largest food and beverage companies for the government's program to clean up Metro Manila's waterways.

    The alliance was forged with the signing today (November 26) of a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) between the DENR, represented by Secretary Ramon J. P. Paje, and San Miguel Foundation Inc. (SMF), represented by its Board of Trustees chairperson Ramon Santiago, for the environmental improvement of a 1.7-kilometer portion of the Tullahan River in Valenzuela City.

    The signing was held ...