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Joint PEMO-PEO team conduct boundary survey on PIEMC site

The Provincial Environment Management Office (PEMO) together with the Provincial Engineers Office (PEO) conducted a confirmation of boundaries using actual markers of the newly-acquired Provincial Integrated Management Center (PIEMC) located at Tinongkop, Tantangan last February 5.

Engr. Russel Bigcas led the PEO survey team in conducting the one-day confirmatory survey together with barangay officials and owners of the adjacent lot.

“We involved the adjacent lot owners together with barangay officials to act as witnesses in the survey so that there will no boundary problems in the future,” Environment Management Specialist Elbe Balucanag said during the on-site inspection.

After the survey, PEMO and PEO conducted the next day a presentation of their survey findings to the barangay officials and adjacent lot owners in which both parties approved the result.

“The next step after this will be the installation of markers and perimeter fencing of PIEMC,” EMS Balucanag added.

Last year, the joint PEMO-PEO team conducted topographic and perimeter surveys and confirmation of boundaries based on coordinates.

PEMO targets the construction of PIEMC this year, of which based on the master plan will include a hospital wastes treatment facility, demo and training centers, agro-forestry demo farm, nursery and storage area for illegal products and paraphernalia.






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