SMC spending ₱1 B for Pasig River cleanup
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San Miguel Corporation (SMC) has committed to spend P1 billion for the cleanup of the Pasig River – touted as the boldest and most recent attempt at reviving the biologically inactive river. In partnership with the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR), SMC said the cleanup will start before the end of May. The cleanup, which is shaping up to be the largest joint government and private sector effort to clean up the heavily polluted and silted Pasig River, is the second such initiative of SMC.
Loyola, J. A. (2021, May 14). SMC spending ₱1 B for Pasig River cleanup. Manila Bulletin, p. B-4.
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