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Republic Cement Bulacan Plant Inaugurates BULagoon Biodiversity Park


The BULagoon Biodiversity Park is a symbol of our commitment to lifelong sustainability.

Last June 30, Republic Cement Bulacan Plant inaugurated the new BULagoon Biodiversity Park with a tree-planting activity, along with their celebrations for Arbor Day.


Among the honored guests were Municipal Mayor of Norzagaray Hon. Merlyn Germar and Barangay Matictic Captain Marcial Lucas with his council. DENR-MGB, represented by Engr. Teddy Sandoval, also acknowledged Bulacan Plant's consistent sustainability efforts, citing their ongoing green initiatives such as the rainwater harvesting system.


Municipal Mayor of Norzagaray Hon. Merlyn Germar and MGB OIC-Assistant Director Engr. Teddy Sandoval performed the ceremonial ribbon cutting for the park

The program started with a performance by Minuyan Elementary School Drum and Lyre band.

The BULagoon Biodiversity Park is a newly rehabilitated 500sqm. old quarry area, now home to ornamental plants and trees. Previously with a capacity of only 70,000 cubic meters, the lagoon can now hold 119,000 cubic meters of rainwater. The transformation of the old quarry into a water reservoir is a testament to Republic Cement's commitment to innovatively managing natural resources.


The BULagoon Biodiversity Park is visible proof that Republic Cement has not straved from its course of establishing positive impact on the community, remaining true to our commitment to lifelong sustainability as we build a Stronger Republic.




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