MDPS gets int’l acclaim for clean-up efforts

The Department of Public Services has received international recognition for its massive clean-up efforts in the nation’s capital, Mayor Francisco ‘Isko Moreno’ Domagoso said on Monday.

 The department’s Team Mandaragat, Estero Rangers and Baseco Beach Warriors have been recognized as stewards of the environment by the International Council for Environmental Law-Madrid, Normandy Chain for Peace at Institute for Governance Sustainable Development, Washington DC.

 DPS Director Kenneth Amurao recognized his staff for their unwavering dedication and their service for the city’s clean up efforts.

“It’s our mandate to do some cleanup, but be assured we can do more than that for Manila,” Amurao said.

Likewise, the Manila City Mayor acknowledged their invaluable contributions in reviving the city’s coastal areas and estuaries.

“The City of Manila will not stop. We will continue, we will pursue efforts to remove all grime of Manila,” Domagoso said.

Topics: Department of Public Services , Francisco ‘Isko Moreno’ Domagoso , Team Mandaragat , Estero Rangers , Baseco Beach Warriors , International Council for Environmental Law-Madrid , Kenneth Amurao
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