Goking cites ways to reduce fuel consumption
CITY COUNCILOR George S. Goking, chair of the City Council committee on trade and commerce, is looking into alternative solutions to help the public cope with the increasing prices of petroleum products.
According to the councilor, the increase is under the control of the national government as provided by law.
With this, the councilor cited ways to minimize the use of petroleum products. He said the use of electric operated cars, and bicycles can be considered.
“If it is not necessary to go outside better to stay at home to those who are not working,” he added.
Goking said electric stove, charcoal and firewood can also replace LPG and kerosene. In times of crisis, we can still find remedies to meet our needs to survive, he stressed.