The EarthCube Machine is a machine that helps with the escalating problem of garbage in our area. It aims to support the national aspiration to have an environment free from diseases caused by garbage, community waste, and other harmful factors to community health. How helpful this can be to our environment and in health when acknowledge.
DENR Region XI Inspects the EarthCube Machine
The EarthCube Philippines Corporation applies for the Earth Cube Organic Matter Low-Temperature Decomposition System – Solid Wates Treatment Plan located at Paradise Island Drive, KM. 9, Brgy. Sasa, Davao City, and after satisfying the requirements of the said application, the DENR-Environmental Management Bureau has decided to grant an Environmental Compliance Certificate (ECC) for the project mentioned above.
So, the long wait is over. On the 26th day of May, Wednesday, 2021, the DENR Regional Executive Director of Region XI Bagani Fidel A. Evasco, with Brgy. Sasa Punong Barangay Jerry Licarte and Kilusang Pagbabago National President Mr. Penpen Libres conducted an Ocular Inspection at EarthCUBE Philippines Solid Waste Processing Facility.
They look upon the EarthCube machine and examine how this machine works to reduce, reuse and recycle the garbage processing inside the machine. The EarthCube team showed and explained the use of the residual garbage and the benefits of the EarthCube machine to society.
EarthCube Machine – Solution to Our Waste Problem
After the lengthy inspections, DENR Regional Executive Director of Region XI Bagani Fidel A. Evasco admired the project. He observed that this machine will be a big help in the crisis we are facing now and then – The growth of waste. He also said that he would recommend the EarthCube machine, especially in the Hospital facilities.
As we all know, reducing waste is complex, and the CVID-19 Pandemic added to the dilemma. Thus, the volume of hospital waste is increasing, and their problem is how to dispose of it properly. Gladly, this project will significantly deal with the waste problem.
“Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much.” – Helen Keller
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