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Education. SEDC employees and those of its primary client and suppliers get a resfresher about the realities of the environment that need extra care through human intervention, and for them to keep their consciousness to protect and further enhance nature.

SEDC continues with eco education

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SAN FERNANDO, Cebu (June 28, 2021)Environment matters to Solid Earth Development Corp. (SEDC) that it continues to educate its employees and those of its primary client and suppliers to further expand their awareness and consciousness in caring for mother nature.

It kicked off the Environment Month this year on June 17 with a Seminar on Environmental Management at the admin conference room of its primary client Taiheiyo Cement Philippines, Inc. (TCPI).

SEDC invited officials of the Environment Management Bureau (EMB) of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) in the region as resource persons for the seminar that TCPI environment and safety staff attended.

Eng’r. Samuel O. Tagsip welcomed the resource persons and participants that included employees of San Fernando Integrated Services & Equipment Corp., BNR Construction & Development Corp., and Triple 8 Resources Development Corp.

EMB-7 staff member Jovelino C. Abe explained the rationale of the seminar, as information officer Mary Joy B. Molina tackled the Ecological Solid Waste Management Act (Republic Act 9003).

She made a call to “Waste no Time and Go for Resource Circulation,” according to Mitzie Almira I. Carin, SEDC division manager for human resources and administration.

Eng’r. Cindylyn Pepito-Ochea, chief of the EMB-7 Environmental Education and Information Unit (EEIU) discussed Air and Water Management guided by Clean Air Act (Republic Act 8749) and Clean Water Act (RA 9275).

Ma. Fatima R. Secuya, EMB-7 environmental management specialist, also presented “Climate Change and Plastic Pollution: Step up. Act now!” and tackled “Climate Change Act and Attaining a Plastic-Free Lifestyle.”

Further in celebrating the Environment Month, SEDC conducted an EcoBricks Training for its second community the day after, then a Tree Growing and Clean-up at the SEDC-EcoPilgrimage Park by June 25, and a Coastal Clean-Up the other day.