SBMA employees join coastal cleanup at Subic
Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority (SBMA) employees were among 2,000 Subic Freeport stakeholders who took part in the coastal cleanup last week as a culminating activity of Biay Dagat 2022.
SBMA chairman and administrator Rolen Paulino said the “SBMA Coastal Clean Up: Biay Dagat” would help the freeport attract more tourists and investors.
The participants cleaned up the Waterfront Beach, Lighthouse Resort, Malawaan Beach, Triboa Bay Mangrove Park, Tago Beach, Nabasan Beach, Subic Bay Yacht Club Mangrove Area, Binictican Mangrove, and San Bernardino Road jetty area.
Paulino said they also did an offshore cleanup at the river mouths of the freeport in Matain, Kalaklan and nearby areas.
“The coastal cleanup is the culminating event of the Biay Dagat. We also conducted online lectures such as the importance and conservation of mangroves and corals, and the role of the public in marine conservation and preservation earlier this week, and a Pawikan online lecture was also conducted on Thursday,” he said.
The SBMA also took part in the International Coastal Cleanup 2022 on Saturday at the Lighthouse Marina Resort with more than 200 other stakeholders.
The comments posted on this site do not necessarily represent or reflect the views of management and owner of POLITICS.com.ph. We reserve the right to exclude comments that we deem to be inconsistent with our editorial standards.