Thursday, February 3, 2011
Many Filipinos, including yours truly, grew up and have gone used to having lunch time in front of the TV watching Eat Bulaga. That's why I see to it that every Saturday, I will block the 12 nn - 3 pm from any schedule or plan so I can savor my best lunch of the week--- steamed rice with jokes and other TVJ fun stuff and the whole of Dabarkads.
This blog post might be a little late to commend the great effort of the show in informing the public about the beauty and importance of recycling through their Plastic ni Juan project. It's a fact how unpleasant the current situation of waste management in country is. Just remember the Ondoys and Pepengs that came which left thousands homeless and hundreds dead. The damage could have been lessened or avoided if the plastic that has clogged our main sewerage for decades was cleaned up before those disaster struck us.
Enough on crying over spilled milk and let's do our own little way by learning how to segregate garbage that can be recycled from those that are biodegradable. Start by joining hands with Eat Bulaga. If you have an organization or is employed in any company, you can talk and suggest to your officers to support the worthwhile project of country's longest running noontime show. I saw a donation box like the one above in front of the STI campus in Shaw Blvd., Pasig City. (Great job, guys!)
Did you know that all the plastic containers that EB gathers are being recycled as school chairs and are later donated to schools that are in need of new classroom chairs? So that means that you don't just support recycling but you are also helping the public school sector in joining this campaign
For more information, kindly contact Maricel Carampatana though tel. nos. 426-6423 local 224 & 225 or you may also visit the official Eat Bulaga Facebook fanpage.
Indeed, sa Plastic at Basura... May dalang pag-asa!