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Solar salt in the Philippines

Requested from DOST by Syciliane Zosa at 10:39 AM on Jan 19, 2020.
Purpose: Research for internship
Date of Coverage: 01/01/2001 - 01/01/2020
Tracking no: #DOST-647108217189

Syciliane 10:39 AM, Jan 19, 2020

Good morning.

I am Syciliane Li Zosa from Silliman University. I would like to request information about:

1.  Solar salt making in the Philippines
2. The processes in establishing a solar salt industry. What are the requirements to establish a facility?

Thank you.
January 20, 2020

Dear  Syciliane,


Thank you for your request dated Jan 19, 2020 under Executive Order No. 2 (s. 2016) on Freedom of Information in the Executive Branch.

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You asked for Solar salt in the Philippines.

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While our aim is to provide information whenever possible, in this instance this Office does not have [some of]* the information you have requested. However, you may wish to contact Philippine Council for Industry, Energy and emerging Technology and Development (PCIEERD) at (02) 837-7516 and Industrial Technology Development Institute (ITDI) at (02) 837-2071 local 2269 or resubmit your request addressed to the correct agency on the eFOI portal.

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