PIK donate soil and seedlings to Mandaluyong City – The Manila Times

PIK turns over materials to enhance Mandaluyong City’s community garden. CONTRIBUTED PHOTO

PIK, Europe and Russia’s largest technology homebuilder in Europe and Russia, and PropertyGuru Philippines Property Awards Breakthrough Developer of the year, recently donated materials for the community garden of Sambahayan Condominium Association in Mandaluyong City.

Materials include garden soil and seedlings of vegetables and ornamental plants. This corporate social responsibility activity of PIK is in line with the company’s values for sustainability and green living and is in support of the environmental priorities of Mandaluyong City to provide more urban gardening spaces for its residents.

PIK Country Manager Mai Yang led the official turnover of planting materials to the Sambahayan Condominium community in Mandaluyong. She was joined by Mandaluyong City District 2 Councilor and head of the environment committee Benjamin Abalos 3rd, Mandaluyong City Environmental Management Department representatives Emmanuel Oblea Jr. and Shirley Dizon, and Sambahayan Condominium Association President Jean Candelaria in the program.

With this activity, One Sierra, the developer, received special recognition for environmental and social governance.

PIK Operations Director Roman Mukhomadeev emphasized that the developer applied various technologies in their maiden project, One Sierra, to make it green and sustainable, and has thus underscored its commitment to sustainability by supporting one of the city’s priorities of implementing sustainable and green initiatives for residents of Mandaluyong.

“We at PIK are committed to bringing sustainable living solutions to Filipinos, not just in how we design our developments but also in communities we are present in. This is just a start as we enter the Philippine market, and we look forward to working with more communities to achieve our commitment,” said Yang.


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