City avails TRC Training on Fish Processing & Bottling

The Technology Resource Center (TRC), formerly known as Technology Livelihood Resource Center (TLRC) has recently conducted a Training on Fish Processing and

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Bottling to some 35 pre-selected participants last February 28, 2013 at Kristine’s Stop Haus, Barangay Mercedes, this City.

Participants were identified by the Office of the City Agriculture and are Rural Improvement Club (RIC) members who are either working or owning a fish processing plant or business in the city.

Said training was one of the many opportunities that any LGU such as Catbalogan City that can be availed. For more than 35 years already, the Technology Resource Center (TRC) started as an attached agency now under administrative supervision of the Department of Science and Technology, it has been at the forefront of commercializing applicable technologies for livelihood and entrepreneurial development.

(Photos courtesy of Mr. Ador Leanda Hurtado, Office of the City Mayor)

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