Having survived Typhoon Sendong, our Iligan Team knows very well the devastating impact of natural calamities on vulnerable communities.
Stronger Kids for a Stronger Republic
Republic Cement launches campaign against child hunger and malnutrition
Confidence and a Cart: How a Food Cart is Nourishing Dreams in Bulacan
This is the story of Mrs. Vivian Granatin, a picture of a warrior, struggling to make ends meet for her family and how her life was transformed with confidence and a food cart.
Republic Cement aids Marawi evacuees
In the aftermath of the Marawi conflict, Martial Law was declared by Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte on the island of Mindanao last Tuesday, 23 May 2017.
Brigada Eskwela 2017
Staff and employees from Republic Group plant sites demonstrated care for young learners in its host communities through participation in the Brigada Eskwela 2017.
My Tree for My Pen and Paper
In January 2017, Republic's Batangas plant launched "My Tree for My Pen and Paper", a program that aims to educate the youth about the importance of the environment and cultivate in them an appreciation and love for the environment.
Republic Cement launches first GK Kusina ng Kalinga in Batangas
“We believe that this partnership with GK concretizes our commitment to positively impact the communities we operate in, as a responsible corporate citizen. We are not only feeding schoolchildren—we are feeding our future movers and shakers, we are nourishing dreams,” said Renato Sunico, President of Republic Cement and Building Materials, Inc.
Republic aggregates plant spurs electrification in Alagao
The Republic Cement Group, Meralco and key officials from the municipal government of Norzagaray, Bulacan, recently performed the groundbreaking rites of a project that would pave the way for the future electrification of two barangays...
Working in partnership with Habitat for Humanity, our company has provided residents of the French Village in Daanbantayan in Northern Cebu with disaster-resilient housing. The houses are designed to withstand intensity 8 earthquakes and 275 kilometer per-hour winds, and are set to benefit 74 families, all of them victims of Typhoon Yolanda.
The cement industry is heavily dependent on fossil fuels. Traditionally, the cement manufacturing process relies heavily on coal asits main source of fuel. For several years now, however, we have been using sustainable alternative fuels such as rice husk, saw dust, and refuse-derived fuel, substituting our fossil fuel requirements. This switch to sustainable, alternative fuel sources contributes to our continuing efforts to achieve a lower carbon footprint and to help address the solid waste disposal problem in Metro Manila.
Today, we have exceeded our target of 450,000 trees. We continue to take stewardship over these areas, ensuring their maintenance and protection until we turn them over to the government in 2016. The program will continue to provide livelihood for more than 400 families, members of the Peoples Organizations who we partnered with in the implementation of the program. These families will also benefit from the produce of the fruit-bearing trees and other crops planted in our reforestation sites, for years to come.
Tubbataha Ranger Station
The construction of the new Tubbataha Reef Ranger Station in Palawan will begin in the 4th quarter of 2015. To be built with Republic Type V marine cement specifically engineered for saltwater construction, this new state-of-the-art ranger station will replace the aging structure that presently houses the eight rangers tasked to patrol over 130,000 hectares of some of the most diverse marine ecosystems in the world.
With the help of our partner Micro-Finance Institutions, housing NGOs, and government mass housing contractor partners, Tahanan Ko, our comprehensive affordable housing program, has been able to positively impact the lives of 294,000 Filipinos by providing access to better-designed and better-built homes for the poor and the homeless.