Wednesday, December 8, 2010
Chief of the UNIDO's Stockholm Convention and Chemicals Management Unit, Dr. Mohamed Eisa (7th from left), together with representatives from UNIDO, DENR-EMB, PNOC-AFC, IPM Construction, and the NGOs, during a mission to the Non-Com POPs Facility site in Bataan on 3 December 2010. In an interview, Dr. Eisa congratulates the Philippines for its commitment to the Non-Com POPs Project, for the safe, ecological,non-burn destruction of the country's PCB stockpiles toward the attainment of a PCB-free Philippines.
(From left) Blair Sim of Kinectrics', Engr. Ed Lagman of IPM, UNIDO Technology Consultant Dr. Luciano Gonzales, and Kinectrics' Derek Sim pose for a photo shoot with the Audio-Visual Production Team working on the video documentary of the Non-Com POPs Project for the safe, ecological, non-burn destruction of the country's stockpiles of the persistent organic pollutants (POPs) polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs).
Technology experts Blair Sims of Kinectrics and UNIDO Consultant Dr. Luciano Gonzales inspect the Non-Com POPs Facility in this photo taken 8 December 2010. The experts are here in the country to give a 4-month training to the facility's personnel to ensure the safe, efficient destruction of the persistent organic pollutants (POPs) polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs).