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Antipolo City, Rizal – Environmental Management Bureau National Capital Region visited the Refused Derived Fuel Feeding Facility of CEMEX Solid Cement Plant at Sitio Tagbac, Brgy. San Jose, Antipolo City last Thursday, May 05, 2022.

The visit aims to know how the company processes its technology and a possible solution to the solid waste problem in NCR, led by EMB-NCR Regional Director, Atty. Michael Drake P. Matias, with DENR Undersecretary for Field Operations – Luzon, Visayas and Environment, Atty. Juan Miguel T. Cuna, OIC, Assistant Secretary for Field Operations – Luzon and Visayas, Engr. Gilbert C. Gonzales, EMB-NCR OIC Chief of Environmental Monitoring and Enforcement Division, Engr. Jean C. Borromeo, OIC Chief of Solid Waste Management Section, Shealy M. Reginio, Enp., Engineer III, Engr. Edgardo Baldedara, and OIC of Environmental Education and Information Unit, Mr. Paul John P. Tigno.

CEMEX has an alternative fuel facility at its Solid Cement Plant in Antipolo City, which solves the problem of residual waste disposal in landfills. The technology converts residual wastes into alternative fuels and is used for plant operations.

CEMEX is a global company that manufactures and distributes cement, ready-mix concrete, and aggregates in more than 50 countries internationally.

 

Photos during the site visit at CEMEX Solid Cement Plant, Antipolo City
Photos during the site visit at CEMEX Solid Cement Plant, Antipolo City