PHINMA Energy plants 4,000 seedlings in Ipo watershed
Employees from PHINMA Energy, PHINMA Power Generation Corporation, DENR, and the local government of Norzagaray, Bulacan, planted 4,000 indigenous seedlings in Sitio Bininit, Ipo Watershed in Bulacan as part of the company’s reforestation program. About 70 volunteers planted Narra, Kupang, and Alibangbang seedlings, all of which are indigenous to the area.
Ipo is a critical watershed which provides 98% of Metro Manila’s water supply. To ensure the success of the reforestation program, PHINMA Energy collaborates with Bulacan Dumagat Community Association for the project implementation, and with CENRO-Bulacan for monitoring.
“Ang pagtatanim ng puno ay di lang para sa atin, para kinabukasan ng mga anak natin at ng mga magiging apo natin,” says Arturo Mendoza, a PHINMA Power employee.
PHINMA Energy’s HELP Earth-Environment program has been holding reforestation activities in Bulacan since 2016. The company aims to have a total of 20,000 surviving trees in its 50-hectare adopted area in Bininit by 2020.
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