Manila, Philippines – In our second year, Cleanway Environmental Management Solutions Inc. and Cleanaway Philippines Inc. will simultaneously shut down its electricity for Earth Hour 2023. The participating treatment plant in South Luzon is located Maguyam Silang, Province of Cavite. This 3.3 hectares facility is the main plant and the largest facility nearest to Manila. Another plant in the island of Luzon is located in Cutcut II Capas, Province of Tarlac. Established in 2019, the North Plant is a 2.98 hectares catering to industrial and medical facilities in Central and Northern Luzon. Finally, the 5-hectare treatment plant located in Libertad Isabel, Province of Leyte is in the heart of Visayas serving the industrial and medical needs of the region and its adjacent communities. All three plants will participate in Earth Hour 2023 on March 25, Saturday at 8:30 in the evening. Watch out for our Facebook Live on this date. https://www.facebook.com/cleanway.com.ph/ Our participation in Earth Hour 2023 is not just symbolic of our environmental concern, Cleanway is serious in its business and mission to further serve the country’s industries and medical facilities to promote environmental protection and be compliant with our environmental laws. The companies will also relaunch their sustainability campaign on plastic segregation to collect the growing volume of plastic waste incurred from home deliveries and the packaging of online shopping. As an environmental management company, we need to make sure that our employees practice this at home.
This Philippine Environment Month, CPI Team in Leyte joined the forces of MENRO-Isabel and the District BJMP for an annual mangrove tree planting activity. Part of the Only One Earth program, Cleanaway Philippine Inc. actively participated in the rehabilitation of our coastline protection in the province with our dedicated government officers. Hazardous waste management is our business, protecting the environment is our mission. This is the first leg of our tree planting activity as part of June’s celebration of Philippine Environment Month.