About 4,000 refilled butane gas canisters were confiscated in June alone by the multi-agency task force in the city, an official said.
Despite the slightly yellowish water in Cabantian here, the Davao City Water District (DCWD) guaranteed that the water is safe to drink.
DCWD Spokesperson Atty. Bernard Delima told reporters on Tuesday, July 4, that the water in Cabantian areas are yellowish because the pipelines in the area were not utilized for almost a year due to the ongoing improvement of waterworks.
Residents on Saturday were surprised after the Davao City Water District (DCWD) implemented an emergency water service interruption in major areas here.
The Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) introduced a new application to help the public monitor prices of necessities in the market.
The institutionalization of the certification of halal products in the country will not push through unless the Implementing Rules and Regulations (IRR) of Republic Act 10817 is completed and implemented.
A group of doctors specializing in the treatment of cancers warned the public on Friday about several herbal food supplements advertising as replacements for traditional cancer treatment, such as radio and chemotherapy.
A technical problem and a bird caught inside a power station caused two sudden power interruptions Sunday, says the Davao Light and Power Company.
The Davao Light and Power Co. announced Thursday, Mar. 23 that they will conduct two 15-minute power interruptions on March 26 and March 27 affecting the city’s major areas.
The Department of Trade and Industry warned consumers of the 12 types of scam activities during Christmas season.
Gabriela Rep. Emmi De Jesus said repealing the Emergency Power Industry Reform Act would “provide affordable electricity for Filipino consumers which can be met by reversing the privatization of state power assets.”