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Barangay Taganito hosts responsible mining activities
As of 2009, despite the country's last decade positive economic growth, 26.5% of its population or 25 million Filipinos were still living under the poverty line. 75% of those were living in rural or mar- ginalized areas. They depend disproportionately on natural resources and are thus more vulnerable to environmental degradation. Mining industries and renewable energy generation represent a clear link between poverty and environment. Although nat- ural resources have been identified nationally as an important growth driver and the country is 5th most mineral-rich in the world, this sector has yet to con- tribute significantly to economic growth and human development.
Platinum Gold Mining Corporation (PGMC) Compound Claver, Surigao Del Norte
Site Inspection PGMC Compound (Entry - Stockpile Area)
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PEZA Urge Mining Firms To Invest In Mineral Processing   Bizwatch
And now for some news on the mining front. In the midst of all the controversies in this sector, the Philippine Economic Zone is throwing in its own take on the mining issue. PEZA Director General Charito Plaza wants mining firms to invest in minerals processing and export higher value-added products. This, according to Director Plaza, is better than outright export of raw materials. PEZA Director Charito Plaza said that she supports the action of Environment and Natural Resources Secretary Gina Lopez. However, she also maintains that the mining firms were not given sufficient time to rectify their violations. Having said this, she issued an invitation to sectors to invest into the mineral processing economic zone to process and refine their raw minerals which are needed to manufacture steel. Steel is a necessary component for industrialization which is the country’s direction towards a better economy. PEZA Director Plaza said that the Philippines is rich with chromite, iron ore and nickel. Hence, the DENR should not stop mining but instead promote responsible mining because the country needs these raw materials if we are to industrialize. The PEZA Director was also quoted as saying that minerals processing is the best move because it creates more jobs and more taxes for the government. There are now two registered minerals processing zones registered at PEZA. These are the Japanese-owned Taganito HPAL Nickel Corporation project in Surigao del Norte and Coral Bay Nickel Corporation’s processing plant in Palawan. PEZA itself has no minerals processing eco-zone, but Director Plaza said they are open to working with the DENR in this area. At least five mining firms interested to go into minerals processing have also initiated talks with PEZA. Since it is not within the jurisdiction of PEZA to grant licenses for mining operations, Director Plaza have directed them towards the DENR. These mining firms however can register minerals processing and manufacturing of products for the exports market with the PEZA in order to gain fiscal incentives.
RIOFIL Corporation THPAL Project- Quick Sojourn to SIARGAO
We are thankful for this wonderful opportunity. A company outing that surely we will never forget until the end of time. Thank you to our Big Bosses. Long live Riofil Corporation!!! Thank You.. H-Miyakawa, T-Inoue, FP-Glocenda, RC-Antolin, LA-Berioso, E-Cabuco and to all BRAINS and SKELETAL Forces who made the THPAL Project a happened .. Congratulation.
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