Garbage Segregation Center Inaugurated

Cutting of the ceremonial ribbon

The Garbage Segregation Center was inaugurated last Saturday, October 19, 2013 with Rev. Fr. Rito, officiating in the ceremonial rites.

The project is a brainchild of the militant Anti-BAHA aggrupation of Bacolod City.

Fr. Rito blessing the facility

The moving spirits behind the project in the Anti-Baha Association are Ms. Jean Trebol and PR man Alan Gensoli.

Mayor Puentevella congratulating organizers of the program and facility

Mr. Alan Gensoli has a weekly column, entitled, "Something Smells" in this paper.

Enjoying the excellent food (l-r) Ms. Ruby C. Cruz and Alan Gensoli with Mr. and Mrs. Jein Pabalinas

A major sponsor of this newly inaugurated facility is the D.C. Cruz family, represented by Philip and Ruby C. Cruz.

The Cruz family have allowed the Anti-Baha group to use 1,200 square meters of the Farmers Saturday Market along Magsaysay Avenue, Bacolod City.

Mayor Monico O. Puentevella with the drumbeaters

Philip and Ruby C. Cruz together with Gensoli conceptualized and made into reality this facility which will also serve as training center on garbage segregation and how to effectively dispose garbage.

A few, among the many well-wishers of the project

NDB’s W. Henry O. Streegan (right) with stalwarts of facility (l-r) Alan Gensoli, Mrs. Patching Puentevella and Ms. Jean Trebol

This project has been duly endorsed and praised by Bacolod City Mayor Monico O. Puentevella, who was also present, with his spouse Patching, during its inauguration.*