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%uFEFFSan Miguel Corporation (SMC), in cooperation with the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR), eyes to extract over a million metric tons of waste in its P3 billion Tullahan and Pasig rehabilitation initiatives by June this year. Photos show ongoing cleanup activities at Niugan, Malabon and Pandacan, Manila that will help reduce severe flooding in nearby areas and   complement flood mitigation efforts in Metro Manila.

SMC ramps up P3-billion program to revive Tullahan, Pasig rivers

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San Miguel Corporation (SMC) is eyeing to remove a total of 1 million tons of silt and solid waste from the Tullahan-Tinajeros river system by June this year— over a year since it implemented its massive P1-billion program to clean up and rehab...

Aimazing teams up with M2Cash for online-to-offline retail tech 

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Aimazing, the preferred retail data platform for mall management, has announced a strategic partnership with Philippines’ leading IT consulting and O2O marketing company, M2Cash, enabling Philippines malls and retailers to digitalise their shop...

NAIA immigration personnel prohibited from taking leaves

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The Bureau of Immigration is extending its ban on Ninoy Aquino International Airport staff taking vacation leaves until January 31, from the initial end of January 15, according to a report by Philippine Star. The extension on the prohibition i...

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Caramoran signs deal for $300-M waste-to-energy plant

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Caramoran City officials signed a memorandum of agreement with a green energy company to build a $300-million waste-to-energy (WTE) plant in Barangay Bocon starting early 2020. The local government unit granted Opus Energy Solutions, Inc., under the contract inked last Oct. 23, 2019, a 25-year conc...

Makati-based company eyes waste-to-energy plant in Catanduanes

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A Makati City-based company plans to build a waste-to-energy facility in Catanduanes province using a Singaporean technology. Green energy expert Opus Energy Solutions Inc. together with the province of Catanduanes plan to create a waste-to-energy facility that will adopt t...

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