General Services - General Services
General Services Office
The General Services Office provides the following services:
1. Solid Waste Management – involves collection and disposal of garbage, street sweeping etc.
2. Environment and Parks Management – maintenance of parks and other related public places in the city
3. Supply and Property Management – supply procurement, storekeeping, inventory and utilization
4. Records Management and Archives – records creation & inventory, turnover and disposal
5. Vehicle Maintenance – maintenance, minor repairs and records management
How to Avail of General Services
|1. . Request for the Service|
Client shall either visit the General Services Office (GSO) at the 2nd floor, Alaminos City Hall and inform the employee-in-charge about your request for the service or call telephone no. 551-22-52.
The request shall be forwarded to the General services Officer, who shall then evaluate the request and direct the client to the office that shall best suit the client’s needs.
| ||Engr. Ismael Najera|
General Services Officer
|3. Provision of Service|
The concerned office shall then conduct the provision of service to the client.
| ||For Solid Waste Management |
- Engr. Wilson Camba & Staff
For Building & Ground Maintenance & Labor Support
- Engr. Bonifacio T. Martinez & Staff
For Supplies –Mr. Marianito Astronomia & Staff
Integrated Solid Waste Management
The city acknowledges the fact that in face of its rapid growth as a dynamic hub of commerce and trade, and its inevitable urbanization, certain problems would arise that needs to be dealt with effectively such as the increase of solid waste, which if left unmonitored, would pose a threat to the people’s health.
The creation of Integrated Solid Waste Management Program aims to eliminate this problem ahead of time. This program entails the establishment of a Waste Recycling and Processing Plant where the collected biodegradable waste would be processed into organic fertilizer, that would eventually support the city’s agro-livestock development project. It also involves the acquisition of heavy equipments that would facilitate the program. This would lessen environmental pollution and support agriculture and livestock productivity.
To date, the city has already acquired four (4) hectares of land for the three-building structure and site development