Transforming Garbage into Gold
TRECE MARTIRES CITY --- People from the Cavite provincial government is hoping that the problem in garbage will be resolve as soon as possible. Due to this problem, Gov. Ayong Maliksi and Engineer Lambert L. Lee Jr., president of the Environ save Inc., signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) that the company commissioned by the provincial government to undertake the construction of the sanitary landfill facility in Ternate town. Engineer Rolinio Pozas, provincial government environment and natural resources office (PG-ENRO) and Engineer Rey E. Guillermo, general manager of the Environsave witnessed the signing of this said memorandum and together with the members of the provincial board, heads of the provincial government departments as well as officials of various non-government organizations. The provincial government is also having seminars regarding to the proper waste disposal and how to recycle our used papers especially plastics because it is hard to dispose. The seminar dealt on the current status of the solid waste management in the province and the strategies on how to address the problem on garbage through this, we can also earn money from our used materials and it will help us to minimize flood, because these some materials trapped in the esteros, and drainages. It was learned that Cavite's 20 towns and three cities generate an average of 1,500 tons of garbage daily. At present, most of the garbage is dumped in vacant lots, rivers, esteros, creeks, roadsides and other available space for lack of well managed garbage disposal. With the garbage improperly disposed of, it does not only endanger our local economy. It puts our health in perils. Now is the time to get our acts together and put a stop to the mounting garbage problem
Provincial Activities 2010 Cavite is the fastest growing province, currently there are 3.2 million people living in here and in 7...
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