SAM MARIANO, Isabela, Nov 24 (PNA) — The Green Future Innovations Incorporated and ECOFUEL Land Development Incorporated (GFII/ECOFUEL) is currently doing a six month barangay outreach program to its host barangays of Santa Filomena and Malabbo in San Mariano Isabela and Lucban in nearby town Benito Soliven, Isabela.
As of this date since its start on October 22, 2015, several hundreds of barangay residents of the three barangays availed a free medical checkup and consultation with free medicines by GFII and ECOFUEL.
The GFII and ECOFUEL Land Development Incorporated is a 100% Filipino owned company which is engaged in cultivation of several thousand hectares of sugarcane plantations in Isabela and Kalinga provinces that is delivered and processed into a green energy bioethanol fuel in its San Mariano plant.
The plant has a maximum capacity of 54 million liters of anhydrous alcohol annually that provides thousands of employment in the province which help churn the local economy through direct and indirect impact to local businesses.
The production of bioethanol fuel from the plant also helps the country of not depending too much on imported fuel thereby helping the country save dollars in importation while displacing the country’s reliance on environmentally hazardous imported fossil fuels.
In the several weeks of free medical services, the GFII/ECOFUEL team was welcomed in Barangay Malabbo and Santa Filomena, San Mariano town by San Mariano Municipal Midwife Ruth Chita Cabacungan, Punong Barangay Thomas Guillermo of Malabbo, Punong Barangay Roland Yap of Santa Filomena, other barangay officials and barangay health workers of both barangays.
Barangay Officials and Barangay Health Workers of Lucban, Benito Soliven likewise welcomed the team during the previous scheduled visits in the said barangay.
This six month weekly event is intended to serve the barangay residents of Malabbo and Santa Filomena in San Mariano and Lucban in Benito Soliven Isabela being the host communities of GFII/ECOFUEL plant situated at Ecofuel Agro-Industrial Ecozone, Barangay Santa Fiomena, San Mariano, Isabela.
The medical outreach program will be rotated in a weekly basis for Malabbo and twice a month for Santa Filomena and Lucban. Other barangays near the plant were also on calendar for future free medical services.
The free medical consultation, check-up and free medicine will be divided into a morning and afternoon sessions for a two barangays per week schedule.
GFII and ECOFUEL Land Development Incorporated as it is committed towards a green and sustainable development through its management team under General Manager Danilo B. Jugno, said very happy for the opportunity to serve the nearby communities of the company’s bioethanol plant. (PNA)