Saturday, July 2, 2022

5K Kilos Of Trash Collected In Zambo City’s ‘BasuRun 2022’

5K Kilos Of Trash Collected In Zambo City’s ‘BasuRun 2022’

Spotlight

How do you feel about this story?

Like
Love
Haha
Wow
Sad
Angry

The participants of the 3-kilometer fitness and cleanup drive dubbed “BasuRun 2022” have collected some five cubic meters or 5,000 kilos of garbage.

Organized by the Office of the City Environment and Natural Resources (OCENR) in collaboration with the Zamboanga Trail Runners, some 600 runners joined the event on Saturday.

Gerry Pollisco of the OCENR said the participants came from three points — east, west, and central areas with the east coast group collecting the most volume of garbage with two cubic meters.

“The first 100 runners received medals and all participants were given certificates of participation,” Pollisco said.

He added that the participants came from a cross-section of the community.

The activity was in line with the observance of the National Month of the Ocean, which highlights the importance of conservation, protection, and sustainable management of the country’s coastal and marine resources.

The Philippines’ Month of the Ocean is celebrated annually in May under Presidential Proclamation No. 57 signed by then-President Joseph Estrada in 1998. (PNA)

Latest News

Spotlight

The Talk

More Stories

Tricycles In Dagupan City Get Free Franchise Fees For 3 Years

The tricycle permit in Dagupan City will be free for the operators from July 2022 to 2025 as part of the campaign promise of their newly-elected Mayor.

Over 200K Rice Farmers In Western Visayas Get P1.4-B Aid

Rice producers in Western Visayas will receive PHP5,000 in monetary support beginning in July.

Ilocos Norte LGUs Host Public Viewing Of Marcos Inauguration

Ilocos Norte was at a standstill on Thursday as locals watched the live coverage of the inaugural ceremony of President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. at the National Museum in Manila.

Revival Of Barter Trade In Mindanao To Resolve Fuel Hikes

The Bangsamoro Region to resolve fuel price hikes with barter trade.

Aussie Government To Renew Diplomatic Ties With PH Under Marcos Admin

The Australian Governor-General meets with the newly inaugurated President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. to renew the “formal diplomatic relationship” between Australia and the Philippines.

Entertainment

Travel

Motoring