CENROCommunity Environment and Natural Resources Office
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To ensure the endangered bird's safety, Gonzales convinced the indigenous people (IP) resident to surrender the bird to him so he can bring it to CENRO.
In other words, some of the subdivision's household refuse were in total mess that residents had to fix them again to ensure that everything will be collected by the CENRO men.
The CENRO said a certain fisherman identified as Tirso Renegado found the sea turtle, which also measures 138 centimeters in length, dead with ropes entangled all over it.
CENRO workers, for their part, are tasked with ensuring that only transparent garbage bins are allowed inside the MSZ.
The Cenro further noted that the outlet of the broken pipes was positioned toward a creek that is a tributary of the river.
In a report to Mayor Carmelo "Pogi" Lazatin, CENRO officer in charge (OIC) Archimedes Lazatin reported the confiscation of 11 pieces of Goree and 83 pieces of Jiaoli skin whitening products from Luigi's Health Beauty Kiosk and Meisy David Cosmetics, respectively.
With a Salary Grade 24, his assignment should only be for CENRO since PENRO are for those with Salary Grade 26,' Castro explained.
We are strongly calling the attention of the City Environment and Natural Resources Office (CENRO) of Davao City.
BISLIG CITY, Surigao del Sur - Combined forces of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) Communist Environment and Natural resources Office (CENRO), the Army's 75th Infantry (Marauder) Battalion (75th IB), and Philippine National Police (PNP) seized more than 7,170.83 board feet of illegally-cut lumber of different species in three separate anti-illegal logging operations in the towns of Hinatuan, Lingig and this southern-tip city of Bislig in Northeastern Mindanao or Caraga region.
Assisting Gomez were Councilors Ariel Atad (SK), Herbert Chua (Barangay), Allen Silvano, and Boyet Aquino and former City Councilor and now the City Environment and Natural Resources Office (Cenro) Head Dante Santiago.