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SP to discuss research on eco-friendly concrete products

The City Council committee on planning, research and innovation and people’s organization accreditation, chaired by Councilor Ian Mark Q. Nacaya, is set to discuss Resolution No. 2022-10 of the Rotary Youth City Council, proposing to engage the services of the University of Science and Technology of Southern Philippines (USTP) Research Department for the conduct of a feasibility study or research on producing eco-friendly concrete products using regionally accessible goods and resources.

As provided in Rotary Youth Resolution No. 2022-10, the United Nations research shows that it has produced a big portion of the cause of climate change with the stated evidence published by the United Nations that nearly 40% of the local body procedures in the construction industry report CO2 emissions where 8% is found in concrete.

Moreover, Republic Act No. 9729 introduces theoretical blueprint considerations into study developments that must coincide with national or local climate change action plans that require cooperation with the community in the resolution of climate change issues. It is also encouraged to engage in fraternity about the potential research conduct enabling them to extend their devotion to their own, widely differing perspectives to work and enhance green sustainability in the construction industry.


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