CEMEX supports Bantay Baterya

CEMEX supports Bantay BateryaImproper disposal or treatment of used lead acid batteries commonly known as ULABs is dangerous for the environment and the health of the community. To address this threat, the “Bantay Baterya” project was initiated to recover and recycle junk batteries. On World Environment Day, cement manufacturer CEMEX Philippines supported “Bantay Baterya” by turning over its ULABs to be recycled into raw materials that will be used for the production of new batteries. “Bantay Baterya” is a project of the Bantay Kalikasan Program of the ABS-CBN Foundation, Inc., in cooperation with the Department of Environment and Natural Resources – Environment Management Bureau (DENR-EMB), and Oriental & Motolite Marketing Corporation. In photo are (L-R): Margarito dela Rama, CEMEX shift mechanic; Edgar Nuñez, maintenance administrative manager; Louie Anain, corrective maintenance superintendent; Winnie Rayos-Dimanlig, ABS-CBN Foundation environmental marketing division head; Rochelle Vicencio, CEMEX Environment, Health, and Safety (EHS) engineer; Dante Bernardo, plant safety officer; and Thomas Origenes, EHS/QMS engineer.

CEMEX supports Bantay BateryaCEMEX supports Bantay Baterya

 

(This article was published in Business Mirror, 18 June 2013.)





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