Tuesday, 30 July 2013 14:14
The Zamboanga City State Polytechnic Colleges has launched its Green Technology project in support to environment protection in the community following the negative effects of climate change.
ZCSPC president Dr. Nora Ponce said Saturday, the launching of the project was held last week during the 108th anniversary celebration of the school.
The ZCSPC was established during the American regime and was known as Zamboanga School of Arts and Trade. It was converted into a college 12 years ago.
Ponce said they will plant green trees including horseradish trees (Malunggay) in the school’s perimeter.
Ponce said these trees will project a green environment to the thousands of students in the campus and send a message to the surrounding community that green is good.
the project’s second emphasis is the ban against the use of plastics in the school campus, according to Ponce.
“We plan to make the college plastics-free,” she added.
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