The United States government, through the US Agency for International Development (USAid) and eco-solutions company Green Antz Builders, Inc., unveiled a P14-million modern recycling facility in Pasig City on November 14 as part of its commitment to fighting ocean plastic pollution.

"Finding solutions to the challenge of ocean plastic pollution requires innovation, creativity, and the strong commitment of government, private sector, and community partners," USAid Environment Office Director Ryder Rogers said. "As your partner in prosperity, the US government stands with you all in building an inclusive economy and exploring innovative solutions to achieving cleaner oceans."

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