July 19, 2018, 4:15 am
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Former Candaba mayor bats for clean air, environs

ADVERTISING executive Normita “Babes” L. Evangelista witnessed the seriousness of air pollution and other environmental concerns in her province, Pampanga, during her stint as mayor and vice mayor of Candaba town.

Now that she is out of government, she is taking on a new challenge -- campaigning for clean air and environment.

Back in circulation in the local advertising world through Medialine she founded and serves as its chief executive officer, Babes has joined a team introducing in the market a fuel additive that assures motorists less toxic emission of their vehicles, thereby helping maintain clean air and environment.

The product is Xp3, produced by a company in San Diego, California and exclusively distributed in Asia, including the Philippines, by FuelDirect. Besides its less toxic emission, Xp3 improves combustion, increases engine power, reduces fuel consumption, reduces corrosion, and stabilizes light and heavy oils.

Babes and her team have been going around provincial capitals in Luzon and various offices of the Department of the Environment and Natural Resources-Environment Management Bureau to conduct product demo of Xp3. Two months ago, they conducted a product demo at the DENR-EMB Office of Provincial Environment and Natural Resources Officer, Art F. Punzalan, and the at King’s Royale Hotel and Resort in the City of San Fernando and Bacolor, Pampanga, respectively. Later, they went to Bicol to introduce Xp3 to Albay Gov. Art Bichara and some construction firms in Legazpi City. In April this year, they conducted a test demo at the DENR main office in Quezon City.
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