Coral damage blamed on firm
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A Coal-Fired power plant project located in Maasim town, Sarangi province is under fire for allegedly causing the destruction of coral reefs. Sr. Susan Bolanio, of the Oblates of Notre Dame Hesed Foundation Inc., a non-government based in General Santos City, said the Alson's Sarangani Energy Corporation (SEC) built a small wharf at the site of the power plant in Barangay Kamanga, Maasim town. Bolanio said the cost of damage estimated by the fact-finding team of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources has reached P8.5-million.
Adlaw, J. N. (2015, September 9). Coral damage blamed on firm. The Manila Times, p. A7.
Power plants; Coral reefs; Coral reef restoration; Ecotourism; Artificial reefs; Coral reef conservation; Environmental legislation; Environmental protection; Environmental restoration; Sarangani Energy Corporation (SEC); Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR); Regional Trial Court (RTC); Oblates of Notre Dame Hesed Foundation Inc.; Bolanio, Susan; Heitz, John
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