WWF PH, Hamilo Coast cap Intl Coastal Cleanup Month

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STAND­ING firm on its en­vi­ron­men­tal plans and pro­grams, the part­ner­ship be­tween Hamilo Coast and WWF- Philip­pines marked its 11th year with their an­nual coastal cleanup op­er­a­tions at Hamilo Coast.

Hamilo Coast, SM group’s pre­miere beach re­sort, and WWFPhilip­pines, the na­tional or­ga­ni­za­tion of the World Wide Fund, suc­cess­fully con­ducted the coastal cleanup at the coves of Pico de Loro and San­telmo–the two main coves of the re­sort.

The two will also im­ple­ment sev­eral pro­grams in the prop­erty, such as ma­rine pro­tec­tion and con­ser­va­tion, waste man­age­ment, and to­tal re­place­ment of sin­gle- use plas­tics on the daily op­er­a­tions of Hamilo.

Hamilo Coast is the SM Group’s pre­mier beach re­sort town in Na­sugbu, Batan­gas, ap­prox­i­mately 90 min­utes from Manila via Cavi­tex and the new Ter­nate- Na­sugbu Road.

Af­ter the cleanup op­er­a­tions, from left: Mag­gie Wil­son, En­vi­ron­men­tal Ad­vo­cate; Rovil­son Fer­nan­dez, WWF-Philip­pines’ Na­tional Am­bas­sador; Mag­gie Gar­cia, Gen­eral Man­ager for Pico Sands Ho­tel and Pico de Loro Beach & Coun­try Club; Marc Nel­son, WWF-Philip­pines Na­tional Am­bas­sador; Franklin Bo­lalin, as­sis­tant VP-Es­tate Man­age­ment of Hamilo Coast; and Wes­ley Ca­balla, se­nior man­ager for Sus­tain­abil­ity and Sports & Re­cre­ations of Hamilo Coast.

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