A technical working group looking into several proposals prohibiting the single-use plastic products filed with the House of Representatives is moving towards banning the non-essential single-use plastics in the country in order to promote and preserve a safe and healthy environment, according to Marinduque Rep. Lord Allan Velasco.
The Fluvia Fire Brigade of South West Flanders, Belgium formally turned over to Philippine Ambassador to Belgium Eduardo Jose A. de Vega their donation of a fire truck for the Marinduque Fire Brigade in a simple ceremony recently at their headquarters in Kortrijk, Belgium.
Rep. Velasco says that as we hunker down to weather the ravages of the current pandemic and the ensuing ‘new normal’, we could only do so successfully by working together and keeping in mind that the best way forward for the energy sector lies in what is in the best interest of the consuming public and the Filipino people.
Marinduque Rep. Lord Allan Jay Velasco is now pushing for a bill that will promote biking as an alternative mode of transportation or as a primary means of travel in the time of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
As part of the strategic interventions for sustainable production of Markaduke Pig Research and Development Program being implemented by the Marinduque State College-Torrijos Campus with technical and funding support from Department of Science and Technology (DOST)-Philippine Council for Agriculture, Aquatic and Natural Resources Research and Development (PCAARRD) the Project 1 component focuses on the improvement of productive and reproductive performance of nucleus Markaduke breeders.