City of Pasay cited for role in Manila Bay Rehabilitation Program – Manila Bulletin

Pasay City cited for its role in the Manila Bay rehabilitation program

Pasay City Government was cited by the National Government for its role in implementing the Manila Bay Cleanup, Rehabilitation and Preservation Program.

Pasay City was named the top runner of the Gawad Taga-Ilog 2.0: Search for the Most Improved Estero (Stream) in Metro Manila conducted by the National Capital Region Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR-NCR).

RR Salvador, administrative officer overseeing the city’s Environment and Natural Resources Office (CENRO), said Estero de Tripa, located at Barangay 143, Pasay City, was awarded first prize for estero ( creek) most improved in Metro Manila for the year. 2021 to 2022.

Salvador said the city’s award was tied to the Supreme Court’s mandamus and Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG) guidelines for the rehabilitation and preservation of Manila Bay.

Estero de San Miguel in Manila was declared the research champion, followed by Tripa de Galina in Pasay and Makati; Park Creek 23 in Marikina City; Polo River in the city of Valenzuela and Zapote River in the city of Las Pinas.

CENRO Supervising Administrative Officer said the awards ceremony took place on March 22 at Makiling Hall, Park Inn, Radisson, North EDSA.



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