OLOPSC College Pledges its full support
to Manila Water’s Toka-toka Project
In the celebration of OLOPSC’s 37th Founding Anniversary, OLOPS College and Manila Water Co. forged an agreement in support of the Toka-toka project held at the school gym last February 11, 2015.
Toka-toka is a Manila Water initiated project which kicked off in 2012 to educate the public on water-used management and its effects on rivers and waterways. Ms. Abigail Tomas, Manila Water advocacy manager, during her presentation of the Toka-toka program, emphasized the importance of 4 ownable acts:
• segregating garbage
• desludging septic tank every 5 years
• connecting to Manila Water’s sewer line
• educating community through information drives
Represented by Vice President for Student Affairs and Director for Human Resource, Mrs. Rose Editha S. Flores, OLOPS College pledged its commitment for environmental care, sanitation and protection and support to the Toka-toka project. Eng’r. Oliver Villamena of the Marikina City Environment Management Office graced the occasion.
Members of the OLOPSC community also expressed desire to support the environmental sustainable development program of both parties.