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RPH - Global Eco Action

To enhance the environmental awareness among the young generation, RPH organized an event at La Mesa Eco Park, inviting their employees’ kids to participate in.

The Eco park contains the last remaining rainforest surrounding the La Mesa Dam and Reservoir. This allows the children to get the chance to connect with nature during the event. 

RPH’s Global Eco Action activity has also been featured in their local  broadsheet newspaper and online media. For more information, please visit: https://www.teknogadyet.com/2018/07/ricoh-philippines-kicks-off-global-eco-action-program.html

Ricoh Philippines - Eco Trail Walk

In celebration of Ricoh Global Eco Action, RPH invited MA customers to join in the Eco Trail Walk at Masungi Georeserve in Baras, Rizal, which is now a protected area from illegal loggers and quarries.

All participants get a chance to commune with nature and reenergize from encountering with wildlife and plant species.

Adding on to this activity, RPH donated used photocopier machines to Masungi Foundation.

Masungi Georeserve is a protected area by a Non-government organization for over fifteen years, protecting the entire place from illegal loggers, quarries and other forms which harms the environment.

As part of the Ricoh Global Eco Action activity, RPH has invited MA Clients with the assistance of MA Account Managers in this Eco Trail Walk.

In this sanctuary, we were to commune with nature, and reenergise ourselves while wandering through pathways of close encounter with wildlife and plant species. Learn more about the history of the place introducing you to a community rich with heritage and life.

Learning more about Biodiversity and Environmental protection, seeing the wonders of nature is a life changing experience that can not be bought.

Further to this activity, RPH was able to donate used photocopying machines to Masungi Foundation.  

 

Forest Protection and Maintenance Project

Ricoh Philippines adopted a Hectare project of ABS-CBN Foundation's Bantay Kalikasan. Empolyees were able to experience actual and hands-on tree planting at a forest site.

They were also taught on how the watersheds should be protected as Philippines' main city - Metro Manila directly gets water supply from this watershed.