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SMB runs 7th national tree growing initiative
August 2, 2016

Beer market leader San Miguel Brewery Inc. (SMB) kicks off the 7th leg of its Trees Brew Life program, a national re-greening initiative, with tree growing activities in Sapang Bato, Angeles City, Makati City, Umapad Dumpsite in Mandaue City, and the Tarlac-Pangasinan-La Union Expressway headquarters in Tarlac City.

More than 10,000 seedlings of hardwood, mangrove and fruit-bearing species will be planted in identified areas nationwide by officers and employees of the company. The project was carried out in all Saturdays of August.

Similar activities will also be mounted in Brgy. Estefania in Bacolod City, Brgy. Matina Pangi in Davao City, the Department of Social Welfare and Development’s (DSWD) Nayon ng Kabataan Compound in Mandaluyong City and the Nuvali Evoliving ecopark in the City of Santa Rosa in Laguna.

“Although our breweries have their respective year-round Corporate Social Responsibility initiatives with the San Miguel Foundation, the Trees Brew Life tree growing project is special as it really mirrors the commitment of our company to be a responsible steward of the environment in a sustainable way,” says SMB Inc. President Roberto N. Huang.

“We believe that this program will not only immortalize the fruits of our hard work but it will also allow us to give back our blessings to the Filipino nation – to whom this beer company owes its 126 years of existence,” Huang adds.

Under the program, SMB hopes to be able to contribute in ensuring the availability of water supply by protecting, preserving, and rehabilitating forest covers, regeneration of mangrove areas and propagation of planting materials for an eco-friendly environment.

SMB is also actively involved in programs that promote education, health, and basic services and livelihood.


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