Monday, August 30, 2010
PAGASA’s STC (3^rd R) is invited as guest to the 90-minute DZMM Radio Program “Konsumer, atbp.” hosted by DTI Undersecretary Zeny Maglaya (L) and Alvin Elchico (R) with Sec. Gen. of PASI, Atty. Federico Ples (in maroon) and that of NAMVESCO>National Market Vendors Coop, Mr. Rodolfo Dalangin (2^nd R). Topic was the Supply/Demand/Prices of Basic Necessities.PAGASA’s STC is invited as guest to the 90-minute DZMM Radio Program
Saturday, August 28, 2010
PAGASA attended the Seminar Workshop organized by the Dept. of Energy on its continuous Energy Efficiency Project focusing on the Transport, Storage and Disposal of hazardous chemical>mercury found in popular compact fluorescent lamps. The whole morning delved on DoE’s approach to the education & handling of used light bulbs, the legal and inter-agency involvements in dealing with this problem and an open forum to keep the bright ideas flowing in curbing exposure of the environment to mercury. Headache centered on the efficient collection of used light bulbs for recycling or proper disposal. In the Phils., 70-80% of these bulbs are bought from small hardwares and neighborhood stores.
Thursday, August 26, 2010
refined sugar as a guide for retailers to sell to the market. Sugar Millers and Distributors were called on to elaborate their supply situation and all stakeholders were encouraged to tow the line in providing affordable sugar to consumers. PAGASA Corp. Sec. Roy Chua (2nd, right)attended both meetings as he listens intently to Bureau of Trade Regulation & Consumer Protection Dir. Jesus Dimagiba speaks his piece.
Friday, August 20, 2010
PAGASA Pres. Steven T. Cua held an introductory meeting with Earthday Network Phils.’ voltaire Alferez/Exec. Dir. to discuss how to push the advocacy of minimizing the use of plastic bags by bringing one’s green bag/ reusable bags for shopping.
Thursday, August 19, 2010
PAGASA held its quarterly Board Meeting at Nomnomnom . (Clockwise) Corp. Sec. Roy Chua/ Daily, Liansel Sy/Liana’s, Robert Go/Prince Warehouse, Bobby Ang/Topline, Fred Gravador/Simplicity, Treas. William Villanueva/Purity, Johnny Lim/680, Pres. STC/Welcome, Patrick Ong/PARCO and VP Karl Tan/SuperBudgetlane.