Amy Horn


Memorandum Of Agreement Between Lgu And School

The project, launched in 2013, is anchored on RA 9003 and collaborates with the relevant local government, the DENR and the school, represented by the school principal, as the main implementer. Students separate household waste and bring valuable materials to their schools through a material recovery plant (MRF). Ricardo Dang-iw, from the DENR-CAR office, said they are balanced, compiled and exchanged for cash or school materials. Recyclers or junk food owners enter into an agreement with school heads for the delivery or collection of valuable materials, and penalties would be imposed for offenses such as failure or tracing the contract, Dang-iw also said. The project should be the subject of a work and funding plan. Ten schools in Baguio-La Trinidad-Itogon-Sablan-Tublay (BLISTT) are pilot areas for the National Ecosavers Program (NEP) in the region, as a forum revealed last week. . . .

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