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    • Sacks of shellfish seized in P'sinan town 

      (The Philippine Star, February 1, 2015, on page A-23)
      About 259 sacks of shellfish, believed to be contaminated with red tide toxin, were seized by the police the other day here. The shellfish, worth P310,000, were loaded in a van driven by Danny Lazo, 45, said Senior Inspector ...
    • Safety of Philippine sardine products discussed in Thailand 

      Gallos, Lenilyn (The Daily Guardian, December 11, 2018, on page 10)
      Dean Emilia Santos-Yap of the University of the Philippines Visayas (UPV)-College of Fisheries and Ocean Sciences (CFOS) discussed the improvement of Philippines’ sardine industry among various representatives various Asian ...
    • Sagay City smoked fish bizmen get P2.2-M aid 

      Macahilo, Max (The Daily Guardian, May 19, 2015, on page B1)
      Smoke fish processors in Sagay City, Negros Occidental received P2.2 million worth of assistance from the Department of Science and Technology and from the City Government of Sagay recently. The amount will rehabilitate ...
    • Sagay holds training for better mangrove protection 

      PIA (Panay News, April 6, 2015, on page B3-B5)
      Mangrove protectors who are members of the Suyac Island Eco-Tourism Association (SIETAS) and Mangrove Warriors of Barangay Old Sagay trained on Basic MAngrove Taxonomy, biodiversity, climate change and eco-tourism. The ...
    • Sagay illegal fishing: 2 nabbed, 6 escaped 

      Garde, Cyrus (Panay News, August 5, 2018, on page 6)
      Two men were arrested for illegal fishing in a marine reserve in Sagay City, Negros Occidental. Six others managed to evade arrest by jumping off their fishing boat around 8:15 a.m. on Friday, according to the police. Chief ...
    • [ Salt farm ] 

      GMA News (Panay News, May 31, 2015, on page 8)
      Salt farm workers in Cavite fill up a pond with saltwater that produces rock salt when left to dry under the sun. Salt producers take advantage of the hot dry spell stemming from the El Niño phenomenon.
    • Samal coral reefs under threat from crown-of-thorns starfish 

      Carillo, Carmencita A. (BusinessWorld, October 9, 2015, on page 4/S3)
      It starts out looking like a normal five-pointed star, but the crown-of-thorns starfish (Acanthaster planci) eventually develops more arms, swells up to one meter in diameter, grows thorns, and preys on corals. This ...
    • Samar tidal energy plan in Korea climate change forum 

      (Manila Bulletin, September 7, 2016, on page 15)
      The city government here presented one of the major planned projects in the Seoul Mayors Forum on climate change 2016. The mayor of Samar's capital discussed future adoption of the city on an Ecosystem Approach to Fisheries ...
    • Samar town goes into fish processing 

      (Manila Standard, September 4, 2016, on page C2)
      Japan turned over on Tuesday fish processing plants in the Municipality of Basey, Samar for the Japan-funded Quick Impact Projects under the Urgent Development Study on the Project on Rehabilitation and Recovery from Typhoon ...
    • Sandcastle tilt promotes ways to save the sea turtle 

      Beleo, Erwin (Manila Bulletin, June 11, 2015, on page B-9)
      As the Nation celebrated the Environment Month and kicked-off of the Ocean Month, the City Environment and Natural Resources (CENRO) in this city - together with its partners Lupon ng mga Indibidwal na Nangangalaga sa ...
    • Sanitation underscored 

      Vicoy, Ali (Manila Bulletin, July 4, 2018, on page 6)
      Residents of Baseco Compound in Manila join the clean-up drive initiated by Senator Cynthia Villar near the Manila Bay on Tuesday to ensure continuous flow of water in the vicinity to the onset of water-borne diseases. ...
    • Sarangani tuna town gets P20-M sea wall from BFAR 

      (Manila Bulletin, February 15, 2018, on page B1)
      Agriculture Secretary Emmanuel Piñol said that Kiamba, a tuna-rich town in Sarangani, will get a P20 million worth of sea wall from Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources(BFAR).
    • Sarangani: the dive haven 

      (The Philippine Star, August 6, 2017, on page E6)
      Media divers and underwater photographers from Manila, Cebu and Davao were welcomed by Gov. Steve Chiongbian Solon, Provincial Tourism Council chair Michelle Lopez-Solon and DOT 12 regional director Nelly Nita Dillera. ...
    • Sardine canner sees 28% hike in sales 

      (Malaya, February 9, 2017, on page A2)
      Mega Global Corp., makers of Mega sardines, eyes to grow its sales by 28 percent this year driven by strong demand for its products especially in the Visayas. William Tiu Lim, president and chief executive officer of Mega ...
    • Sardine industry in the Philippines 

      Yap, Julio Jr (Panay News, October 28, 2016, on page 12)
      The Western Mindanao Agriculture, Aquatic and Development Consortium (WESMAARRDEC) banners one of its most notable exploits for the sardine industry. The WESMAARRDEC's effort and that of its member agencies provide support ...
    • Sardine shortage and price increase seen 

      Chavez, Chito (Manila Bulletin, April 26, 2015, on page 22)
      Dr. Joebert Toledo, formerly the director of the Southeast Asian Fisheries Development CenterAquaculture Department (Seafdec-AQD) in Iloilo, is working on developing an alternative to the fishmeal and fish oil from Peru ...
    • Sardines firms ask BOC permission to import directly through Zambo port 

      Lacson, Nonoy E. (Manila Bulletin, July 14, 2018, on page 6)
      Twelve giant canning and sardine factories in this city yesterday asked Bureau of Customs (BoC) Commissioner Isidro S Lapeña to allow them to receive imported goods and material they use in the production of sardines canned ...
    • Satellite images bare damage to Philippine shoal 

      Mateo, Janvic; Macairan, Evelyn; Diaz, Jess; Sy, Marvin (The Philippine Star, June 17, 2018, on page 1-9)
      Publicly-available satellite images show the considerable damage supposedly made by Chinese clam diggers in Panatag (Scarborough) Shoal since 2012, an international maritime law expert posted on social media yesterday. Jay ...
    • Satellites over Benham eyed 

      Ramos-Araneta, Macon; Bencito, John Paolo; Fabunan, Sara Susanne D. (The Daily Guardian, March 30, 2017, on page A1-A2)
      A top security official on Wednesday recommended the procurement and use of satellites to better monitor marine activity in Benham Rise, an undersea region 250 kilometers east of the northern coastline of Dinapigue, Isabela. ...
    • Save Boracay disperse 

      Lorenzo, Mae Lorraine (Manila Bulletin, April 26, 2015, on page G-1-G-4)
      More people (the unofficial count being 1.5 million tourists) meant more individuals indulging in water activities such as jet skiing, banana boat ride, and parasailing-all known to damage Boracay's coral system and marine ...