Japanese technicians still assessing Black Hole damage-A A +A
Saturday, September 1, 2012
LA TRINIDAD, Benguet -– Japanese partners are still assessing the state of the Black Hole technology in Alno.
Mayor Greg Abalos said the Japanese has been in the Valley for two weeks now to check on the garbage disposal machine.
Members of the Japanese contingent, Philippines Ngo Support System, the company behind the technology, have come and gone but a solid number remains in the Valley for the continuous check up and assessment.
Abalos said the chief of the Japanese engineering team is set to stay until September 20 adding the machine is covered so water from the rains will not seep into the contraption.
Abalos said the Japanese team is operating the machine now. The machine is a world renowned Japanese invented magnetic garbage decomposer using low temperature plasma to decompose garbage.
Abalos refused to give more details on the project saying it will be the Japanese officials who will explain to the public after all work is finished.
Abalos said he is now in the process of answering the civil case filed by the Cooperative Bank of Benguet and its CBB Corporation Foundation.
Abalos in his capacity as mayor loaned a P23 million down payment has been made for the Japanese technology, both entities have not been paid a cent since its release of the money.
Published in the Sun.Star Baguio newspaper on September 01, 2012.