DAGUPAN CITY -- A cleaner Dagupan City is expected soon with the signing of a joint venture agreement (JVA) on August 10 seeking to establish the country's and Southeast Asia's first waste to energy facility in a ceremony to be held at CSI Stadia here.
The signing will be between SURE Global Waste to Worth Innovations (W2WI) Philippines, with the support of Procter & Gamble (P&G), and the city government of Dagupan which will benefit from the facility at no cost at all from the City Government.
An invitation sent by Dana Ting of GreenBulb public relations, stated that to be signed is JVA of Sure Global with the City of Dagupan to establish the city's very own waste management and reduction facility.
Through this project, the parties aim to provide the whole city of Dagupan with sustainable means to convert waste into reusable materials like biogas and diesel fuel.
Heading the JVA signing is Dagupan City Mayor Belen Fernandez, Jill Boughton of Waste to Worth Innovations Inc., with the participation of Crispin Lao of the National Solid Waste Management Commission.
The signing will take place at the Emerald Hall at CSI Stadia Lucao District, Dagupan City.
Registration starts at 11 a.m. and guests will be served lunch at 11:30 p.m. The program will start promptly at 1 p.m.
The Waste to Energy facility is set on a two-hectare area in Bonuan Binloc reserved by the City Government. (PNA)