CENRO Bago spearheads Sum-ag River Cleanup
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One hundred eighty five (185) participants from the Philippine Coast Guard, Sum-ag Elementary School, PCG Auxiliary, City Fisheries and Aquatic Resources Management Council(CFARMC) Guardians Emigrant and barangay officials and residents joined the Sum-ag River Cleanup and gathered a total of forty three (43) sacks of assorted garbages. DENR-6 Regional Executive Director Francisco E. Milla, Jr. thanked stakeholders for helping cleanup Sum-Ag River. He also appealed to the community to observe proper solid waste disposal and management. “The Environment Department is very thankful for your active support in helping to improve the quality of our water bodies. Whatever we do to our environment will eventually affect us in many ways”, he said.
CENRO Bago spearheads Sum-ag River Cleanup. (2019, September 23). Daily Guardian, p. 12.
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Rivers; River restoration; Environmental restoration; Environmental protection; Waste disposal; Solid impurities; Philippine Coast Guard (PCG); Sum-ag Elementary School; PCG Auxiliary; City Fisheries and Aquatic Resources Management Council(CFARMC) Guardians Emigrant; Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR)-Region VI; Community Environment and Natural Resources Office (CENRO)-Bago; Milla, Francisco E. Jr.; Cimatu, Roy
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