Metro-wide septage treatment plant for Cebu planned

Toru Hashimoto, director of the International Affairs of Yokohama City, Japan met with Cebu Gov. Hilario Davide III on Nov. 18 to discuss the septage treatment plant that will benefit Metro Cebu.

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Mega Cebu collaborates with OECD for green growth

To foster urban green growth in Cebu, Mega Cebu will hold an event together with the leaders of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) in December.

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Improve Quality Of Water In Your Own Home

by Daryl Dizon | STC AB Communication Intern

Do you know the satisfaction brought by water? Every sip we take quenches not only our thirst but also it refreshes our mind and body. Yet nothing feels better when we’re sure that our waters come with better quality.

What can you do?

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P.S. I love you, Cebu

by Daryl Dizon | STC AB Communication Intern

How does it sound to be walking around the streets that take you to a thousand memories, dwelling in a paradise with all those clear waters and white sand and embracing the so-called queen of all other cities? When you’re in Cebu, there’s no other place you’d rather be.

So, why do I love Cebu and you should too?

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Volunteerism and Mega Cebu

by Daryl Dizon | STC AB Communication Intern

It all takes just one person for the next millions to follow.

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Be A Water Warrior!

by Valentina “Aling” Jakosalem | CIT-U AB Communication Intern

A drop wasted is a life wasted.

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10 Interesting DIY Ideas To Reuse Your Old Stuff

by Kristine Jewel Sotto | STC AB Communication Intern

A trash isn’t always a trash.

Sometimes, a piece of old wood may appear to be like a garbage or of no use.  But instead of unconsciously contributing to the increasing number of garbage by directly throwing it to the trash bins, why not create something useful out of it? You can still probably produce something beautiful!

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Countries With Clean And Healthy Rivers We Could Draw Inspiration From

by Valentina “Aling” Jakosalem | CIT-U AB Communication Intern

Every river is important geologically, biologically, historically, and culturally. They are vital carriers of water and nutrients to areas all around the earth. But unfortunately, most of our rivers nowadays are not given proper care. Otherwise, it wouldn’t be as polluted and unhealthy as it is now.

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The Leading Causes Of Water Pollution

by Valentina “Aling” Jakosalem | CIT-U AB Communication Intern

Water pollution is one of the biggest problems our country, Philippines, is facing. Countless plans and efforts had been exerted by numerous government and non-government organizations and private individuals to answer this problem. But unfortunately, until now it has not been resolved.

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The Importance of Planting Trees In Urban Areas

by Valentina “Aling” Jakosalem | CIT-U AB Communication Intern

Planting trees is very important but this important fact has been abused and taken for granted.

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