From rainwater to drinking water: Hyundai's facility processes nature's resource
MetadataShow full item record
The rainy season is not a problem to people in the municipality of Tanay where the Hyundai Rainwater Harvesting Facility processes nature’s resource into potable water for the community. For two years now, Hyundai’s contribution to the community has been processing nature’s resource at the Rawang Elementary School in Barangay Tandang Kutyo. Since October 2019, the clean water is being distributed to neighboring barangays – thanks to a Hyundai HD36 truck customized into a water delivery truck. The truck was formally turned over by HARI Foundation Inc. (HFI) president Maria Fe Perez-Agudo to Tanay Mayor Rex Tanjuatco.
Colmenares, P. C. (2020, January 19). From rainwater to drinking water: Hyundai's facility processes nature's resource. Manila Bulletin, p. 2.
- Manila Bulletin 
Showing items related by title, author, creator and subject.
Punongbayan, Michael; Lee-Brago, Pia (The Philippine Star,
February 10, 2021, on page 5)Newly installed Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) chief Lt. Gen. Cirilito Sobejana said he finds “very alarming” the new Chinese law allowing its coast guard to fire at perceived intruders in what China considers its ...
Cortez, Gillian M. (BusinessWorld,
May 25, 2020, on page S1/11)The Philippines took delivery of its first ever guided missile frigate at the weekend to protect its seas against threats, the presidential palace said, as China’s neighbors race to empower their Coast Guard fleets amid ...
Acosta, Rene (BusinessMirror,
June 6, 2020, on page A1-A2)Amid the vast expanse of territorial sea waters that it protects and the country’s claims of some parts of the West Philippine Sea (WPS) being aggressively challenged, primarily by China, the Philippine Navy (PN) is stepping ...