ATI's clean-up drive

Asian Terminals Inc.’s (ATI) Batangas Port employees recently took time off from usual duties to join hands with the local community, particularly in cleaning and greening public spaces in Batangas City in commemoration of the city’s 49th founding anniversary. Momentarily trading port and office equipment for brooms and cleaning kits, ATI volunteers cleared flotsam along streets adjacent the Batangas Port in support of Batangas City’s “Sama-Samang Pagkilos para sa Luntiang Lungsod” community activity.  As a responsible corporate citizen, ATI spearheads and joins community undertaking to promote safety, health and environmental protection under ATI CARES (Corporate Advocacies and Responses for the Environment and Society), its dynamic Corporate Sustainability Program.

Topics: Asian Terminals Inc , Batangas Port , Corporate Advocacies and Responses for the Environment and Society
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