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Water Resources

     Batangas City is traversed by several streams all converging at the Calumpang River which in turn flows into the Batangas Bay.

     Calumpang River is perennial stream with a catchment area of approximately 72.00 square kilometers. The river forms the southeastern boundary of the Poblacion and flows into the Batangas Bay at a point approximately two kilometers south of Batangas port.

     There are several springs in Batangas City that have sufficient volume of discharge suffice the needs of adjacent residents for their water supply requirements. They can be found in Barangays Talumpok Kanluran and Silangan, Cumba, Sto. Domingo, Talahib Pandayan, Talahib Payapa, Ilijan, San Jose Sico, Bilogo, Haligue Kanluran, Haligue Silangan, Sto. Nino, and Maruclap.

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