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Aboitiz nangulo sa governance best practices sa industrial estates

Subay sa lig-ong baroganan sa Aboitiz Group sa operasyon sa iyang pamatigayon nga nagtamod sa malahutayong estratehiya, ang Aboitiz Integrated Economic Centers nipatigbabaw sa best practices sa environmental management, social responsibility, ug good governance (ESG) sulod sa industrial-anchored Estates sa Sugbo ug Batangas.

“The Aboitiz Group has always been committed to striking a balance between the interests of people, planet, and profit; and we take this very seriously as an operating business. Constant learning and sharing of best practices have been key to sustaining our operations throughout this pandemic and they will reinforce our strong position as we head into recovery,” matod ni Rafael Fernandez de Mesa, First Vice President for the Aboitiz Integrated Economic Centers.

“Through consistent implementation of these ESG best practices, we hope to not just deeply embed the sustainability mindset in all levels of the organization, but also influence and encourage our business partners, locators, and host communities to live by the same standards,” dason niya.

Usa niini ang pagkatukod sa LIMA Estate’s LIMA Organization of Pollution Control Officers (LOPCO), diin dunay 41 ka member locators. Ang LOPCOs nagsilbi nga tigbantay sa pagpanalipod ug pagpalambo sa kinaiyahan.

Ang flagship initiative sa LIMA mao ang “Adopt-An-Estero” Program, uban sa estero community, donor-partners, local government units, ug Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR).

Ang The Outlets sa Lipa, LIMA’s mall development sulod sa iyang Central Business District, naggamit og solar energy.

Ang Aboitiz Construction, naghimo og proyekto alang sa LIMA, nipaila sa “Scrap to Crop and Waste Management” program alang sa Batangas communities.

Sa 2020, ang Lima Water Corporation accredited isip environmental testing laboratory sa DENR, giila sa iyang outstanding water quality testing standards.

Sa Sugbo, ang Mactan Economic Zone 2 nihulip na ngadto sa 100% sa iyang sodium street lights with LED lights, pagpaminus sa kaon sa enerhiya o elektrisidad.

Pinaagi sa iyang third party providers, ang MEZ 2 nigamit na og electric shuttles ug tricycles sulod sa Estate sukad sa 2015 sa kaluwas sa mga pasahero ug kinaiyahan.

Sa miaging buwan, ang MEZ 2 niabag sa lakang sa Lapu-Lapu City bahin sa drainage clean-up aron pagseguro dili mabara sa mga basura ang agianan sa tubig.

Ang IMA, MEZ 2, ug WCIP managements naghimo og regular nga disinfection sa common areas ug regular virtual meetings uban sa locators o nag-abag sa Estate bahin sa safety procedures sama sa reporting system, contact tracing, infection control ug ubang Covid-related nga hisgpotanan. (PR)


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