AC Gov’t to distribute 17 new garbage trucks to barangays 

ANGELES CITY–The City Government here under the leadership of mayor Carmelo “Pogi” Lazatin, Jr. announced on March 26, 2024 the arrival and distribution of 17 new garbage trucks, as part of his administration’s initiative to improve waste management services across the city. 
 This delivery is the first in a series, with a total of 66 units purchased to bolster the city’s waste management capacity. 
 The remaining trucks are expected to be delivered in the coming months. 
 “This is a significant step forward in our ongoing efforts to enhance the city’s waste management services and contribute to a cleaner, greener Angeles City,” Mayor Lazatin stressed. 
 The new trucks, combined with the ongoing construction of the waste transfer station in the city, are expected to solve the waste collection problems in the grassroots level. 
 Mayor Lazatin further stressed that proper maintenance of the trucks is crucial for the long-term success of the city’s waste management program. 
 Such can be achieved with the coordinated efforts of all barangay captains in the city, thereby urging them to take good care of the new vehicles to be distributed to their barangay. 
 “These vehicles are not mere garbage trucks; they are the symbol of our commitment to cleanliness and environmental sustainability.” Lazatin asserted.  
Among the frontline services of Mayor Lazatin’s administration it to improve the quality of life of Angeleños through the provision of high-quality waste management services.