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Denuded portion of the tropical jungle inside the Bataan National Park (BNP) is slowly getting back to its natural form with trees starting to grow again even as close to 400 volunteers trekked the mountain last July 27 to plant more seedlings.
Volunteers from both government and non-government organizations joined the second phase of PTT Philippines Corporation’s (PTT) massive tree-planting activity dubbed as “Gas Up for a Tree” project. PTT Philippines is a local subsidiary of Thai-oil giant PTT.
The project is in partnership with the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR), the National Commission for Indigenous People (NCIP),…
Saturday, June 1, 2013 PTTPFI joined Department of Education officials, parents teachers and students in its annual "Brigada Eskwela" school cleanup program to prepare for June 3 start of school year.
Lead by PTT Philippines CSR Associate Shanadine Llarena, PTT Foundation Volunteers participated in the clean-up and re-painting of KALALAKE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL in Olongapo City, Zambales. PTTPFI volunteers were assigned to prioritize the school grounds and hallways of the school.
This years' "Brigada Eskwela" was more challenging than the previous year due to the campaign litter of the recently concluded national and local elections. Posters and tarpaulins had been posted…
PTT Philippines Corporation (PTTPC), a subsidiary Petroleum Authority of Thailand – Thailand's biggest oil company, continues its effort in establishing its presence in the country. With 58 stations located in Luzon and Visayas, PTT's growth has been robust in the past years and is still continuing its expansion. Last May 28, PTT has opened a new station located in Pajo Lapu-Lapu City.
PTT, a giant oil company in Thailand aims to widen its reach within the country and continue to provide quality petroleum and oil products. According to PTT Philippines Corp. President and CEO Wisarn Chawalitanon, PTT can guarantee quality…
PTT Philippines Corp., a subsidiary of PTT, Thailand’s biggest oil company, on Thursday formally launched a massive tree-planting project which aims to rehabilitate portions of the Bataan National Park.
The project is in partnership with the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR), the National Commission for Indigenous People (NCIP), the National Research Council of the Philippines (NRCP), the Bataan Peninsula State University (BPSU), Mga Bayani ng Kalikasan, Bases Conversion Development Authority (BCDA) and Wide Out Technology.
The project was launched by PTT executives, led by Wisarn Chawalitanon, president and CEO of PTT Philippines; and Paul Patricio J. Senador, president…
Yesterday I have been in PTT Park and Fly to cover the event which ptt has Gas Up For A Tree, which gives us a chance to help our Mother Nature by planting a tree by just gas up any Ptt Station Nationwide and you can help the Govt. restore the forest in its current devastated state to a better and resourceful one .
MAKATI CITY, PHILIPPINES — May 23, 2013 — PTT Philippines Corp. (PTTPC), a subsidiary of Thailand’s biggest oil company, announced today “Gas Up for a Tree”, the company’s environmental protection project.
Gas up for P1,000 at PTT and they will plant a tree for you. Not only that, every tree that you donate will be named after you. Plus you can even monitor the growth and exact location of your tree on a mobile app!
PTT Philippines and its foundation PTT Philippines Foundation, Inc. in partnership with DENR, National Commission for Indigenous People (NCIP), National Research Council of the Philippines, Bataan Peninsula State University, Mga Bayani ng Kalikasan, BCDA, and Wide Out Technology is out to plant at least 10,000 seedlings of fruit bearing trees, dipteracarps – lawaan, apitong, narra, and other…
PTT partners with DENR for ‘Gas Up for a Tree’ project
GREEN NO MORE. Part of the 50-hectare land in Sitio Kanawan, Morong, Bataan where 10,000 seedlings of hardwood and fast growing fruit trees will be planted as part of PTT’s Gas Up for a Tree project.
MAKATI CITY, PHILIPPINES – April 17, 2013 — PTT Philippines Corp. (PTTPC), a subsidiary of Thailand’s biggest oil company, is stepping its commitment on environmental protection with its new “Gas Up for a Tree” project.
PTT is partnering with the Department of Natural Resources…
PTT PHILIPPINES TRADING CORP. (PTTTC) awards Clark Development Corporation (CDC) as one of its Top 10 Customers - CDC President Arthur P. Tugade receiving PTT Plaque of Appreciation from PTT Philippines Group President and CEO Khun Wisarn Chawalitanon with PTT Clark OIC Ed Cruz, Admin & HR Manager Paul Senador, Chief Fin ance Officer Khun Thanyaporn Onchai-Eur, Marketing Director Khun Sukanya Seriyothin, PTTTC General Manager Danny Alabado, and CDC VP for Finance Noel F. Manankil.
In commemoration of PTT Philippines Trading Corporation 15th year anniversary, PTTTC awarded its Top 10 customers for its loyalty,…
PTTPC has joined hands with the Department of Environment and Natural Resources to jointly undertake a Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) program that would allow for immediate reforestation of the Aeta Magbukun’s homeland in Sitio Kanawan, Morong Bataan. On May 23, 2013 motorist who will gas up at any PTT stations nationwide can contribute by collecting five leaf stickers (equivalent to P1, 000 worth Diesel/ Gasoline products) will get to receive a free key chain symbolizing that one tree will also be planted by PTT under the motorist’s name. The program would benefit the Aetas in terms of health care and…