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Home to CEMSI’s first treatment plant, Silang recently signed a contract for the collection, treatment and disposal of its hazardous medical wastes. These will come from the local COVID19 Isolation Facility and various Rural Health Units in municipality. Together with Hon. Mayor Corie Poblete, Municipal Administrator Miguel Fule and RHU Head Dr. Joyce Guarin, we are hand-in-hand in ensuring the public of a safe transportation and treatment of its infectious wastes. CEMSI has been in Silang for the past 16 years and we continue to be an active community partner in its various noble missions.
Cleanway Environmental Management Solutions, Inc. has successfully completed its surveillance audit in conformance to ISO International, Philippines. CEMSI’s Quality and Environmental Management System, also called Integrated Management System or IMS is established to protect all its workers and the environment where CEMSI is operating, and to comply with all relevant Quality and Environmental policies as well as all applicable and regulatory and statutory requirements.
This made CEMSI, once again, a highly dependable Total Waste Management Solutions provider with standard protocols and policies to deliver its hazardous waste treatment services in the country.
Making us more accessible to our NCR and South Luzon clients, the new CEMSI Corporate Office is now located at Units 2809-2812, 28th floor Parkway Corporate Center, Parkway Avenue Filinvest City Alabang, Muntinlupa.
Through the generosity of Herma Group’s Chairman Herminio S. Esguerra and the cooperation of Capas Mayor Reynaldo Catacutan, CEMSI donated a brand-new ambulance to Ospital Ning Capas last 18 November 2019 in its preparation for the SEA Games on December 2019. The unit will be added to their emergency medical response fleet distributed to various locations. A special flag raising program was celebrated to honor CEMSI’s generosity with the MOA signing witnessed by all local government officials.
Graduate students of the Technological University of the Philippines- Manila under the Ph.D. class of environmental management visits the North Plant last 12 October 2019 for its biomedical treatment and wastewater treatment facilities. The out-of-campus study serves as an exposure to students on the up to date waste treatment facilities in the country. CEMSI opens its doors for scholastic visits and supports educational institutions in promoting waste management studies.
CEMSI opens its first Collection Center in La Union Medical Center (LUMC) in Agoo, La Union last 30 September 2019 as part of its environmental mission to promote compliance among local hospitals. With the full support of its Governor, the Hon. Pacheco Ortega, LUMC has received the donated facility as storage for its biomedical wastes. A MOA Signing event has been witnessed by its local officials and district hospital representatives.