- This milestone is a testament to the company’s commitment to safety and security and peoplefocused culture that is embedded in Aseagas’ roots – SMA, Aseagas President
- Constructing the waste-to-fuel plant is not only helping improve air quality but also provides employment in Batangas
Aseagas marked a major safety milestone after recording 1 million hours of safe working without lost time incident for its Lian project in Batangas last March 14.
Thanking the team at the Aseagas site in Brgy. Malaruhatan in Lian, Batangas, Aseagas Corp. President Sabin Aboitiz said: “Aseagas has carried out work over the last 2 years in a challenging environment. To reach one million man hours is a considerable milestone in itself, but to accomplish this without a single reported incident is a significant achievement.”
Aseagas Corporation is a renewable energy company providing power from biomass waste. Its core purpose is to help improve the air quality of our cities by providing sustainable, green transport solutions, utilizing waste that would otherwise be left to pollute the environment.
The plant will utilize the organic effluent or “wastewater” and convert it into power and other by-products. The plant has a capacity of 8.8MW that could power 22,000 households and 33 tons per day of liquid carbon dioxide (LCO2) for industrial and beverage industries.