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CVSC partners with DOST, UP, ComVal LGUs for Mineral Processing Plant
Posted by on November 28, 2017 1:15 am
Compostela Valley State College forged another partnership as it became part of the Memorandum of Agreement for the Field Testing of the Integrated Gold-Copper Mineral Processing Plant located in Katipunan, Nabunturan, Compostela Valley.
Members of the said MoA include the Department of Science and Technology (DOST) and its regional office DOST-XI, University of the Philippines, Provincial Government of Compostela Valley, the Municipal Local Government Unit of Nabunturan, the Local Government of Katipunan, the Nabunturan Integrated Miners Development Cooperative (NIMDC), and CVSC.
Meanwhile, the blessing and soft launching of the processing plant was conducted last November 23, 2017 with all the bigwigs from the concerned parties in attendance.
Some of the VIP’s present during the aforementioned affair were Dr. Anthony Sales, CESO III, the regional director of DOST-XI; Dr. Herman Mendoza, project leader from UP Diliman; Dr. Ruby Raterta of the funding agency DOST-Philippine Council for Industry, Energy and Emerging Technology Research and Development (PCIEERD); Engr. Laarnie Albacite, OIC of PSTC Compostela Valley, Ms. Prosperidad Darling Reterba representing Hon. Maricar Zamora, representative of District I; Ms. Angel Balili fro the Office of Hon. Atty. Ruwel Peter Gonzaga of District II; Forster Eugene Alaba, LGU PENR Officer in behalf of Gov. Jayvee Tyron Uy; Mr. Ivan Kleb Ulgasan, representing Vice Governor Hon. Manuel Zamora; Ms. Jennifer Echavez from the office of the of Nabunturan Mayor Hon. Chelita Amatong; Vice Mayor Hon. Rodel Balili; CVSC President Dr. Christie Jean V. Ganiera together with CVSC Research Office Director Dr. Lilybeth Matunhay; Hon. Paz Maglangit, Captain of Brgy. Katipunan; and Mr. Gil Indino, Chairman of NIMDC.
Furthermore, all of the members of the agencies expressed their sincere commitment for the MoA as the said plant will benefit the small-scale miners and the community with the facility touted as pro-poor, pro-environment, and pro-Filipino.