Navotas CENRO conducts coastal cleanup in San Roque
In commemoration of World Water Day, the City Environment and Natural Resources Office (CENRO) organized a coastal cleanup in Brgy. San Roque. Participants from various sectors gathered to participate in the cleanup activity, which aimed to raise awareness about the importance of preserving and protecting our water resources.
Among the volunteers were the employees of CENRO and Brgy. San Roque, students and teachers from San Roque National High School and Filemon Lizan Senior High School, and Boy and Girl Scouts from different schools. The cleanup was also joined by the police from PNP Navotas, firefighters from BFP Navotas, Estero Rangers from DENR, and beneficiaries of TUPAD.
Maynilad Water Services Inc. also provided drinking water to keep the participants hydrated and energized during the cleanup.
The coastal cleanup was a success, and the participants were able to collect a significant amount of garbage, particularly plastics, that were polluting the coastline. The activity emphasized the need for sustainable and responsible waste management practices, as well as the importance of community involvement in preserving our environment.
This initiative is just one of the many efforts of CENRO and Brgy. San Roque to promote environmental conservation and protection. They encourage everyone to take part in activities that contribute to the preservation of our water resources, and to help in keeping our communities clean and green.
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