Firm assures no oil debris will be left in Guimaras
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The owner of the power barge stationed in Iloilo City that triggered an oil spill earlier this month assured local officials of Guimaras that it will never leave the island until it has cleaned up the spill. In a meeting on July 18, 2020, representatives of AC Energy Philippines said it will do everything to clear the island province of oil sludges and other contaminants that affected more than 30 villages. AC Energy owns Power Barge 102 which exploded and caused an oil spill last July 3, 2020. The barge is stationed at Bo. Obrero, Lapuz which was also heavily affected by the spill.
Angelo, F. A. L. (2020, July 21). Firm assures no oil debris will be left in Guimaras. Daily Guardian, pp. 1, 11.
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Oil spills; Barges; Pollutants; Water pollution; Fisheries; Mangrove restoration; Oil removal; AC Energy Philippines; Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR); Environmental Management Bureau (EMB); University of the Philippines Visayas (UPV); Philippine Coast Guard (PCG); AECOM Philippines; Harbor Star Shipping Services Inc.; Gumarin, Samuel; Gando, John Edward; Mejia, Gabby; Nava, Lucille; Corpuz, Ruben; Nava, JC Rahman A.; Sadaba, Rex; Guimaras; Iloilo; Buenavista, Guimaras; Jordan; San Lorenzo, Guimaras; Nueva Valencia, Guimaras
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