The crematorium at Divine Shepherd Memorial Garden in Bulua, Cagayan de Oro City has resumed operations after making necessary adjustments following complaints from neighboring residents of emitting thick black smoke. Personnel of the City Local Environment and Natural Resources Office (CLENRO) were present during the resumption of operations monitoring the emission.

As posted by CLENRO Head Armen Cuenca, black emission has been reduced to 20-30 seconds from the start of the cremation process which is a significant improvement from last week’s 5 mimute emission of black smoke. Watch these videos below courtesy of Armen Cuenca.

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