Docomo Pacific renews MINA recycling bin sponsorship


From left, MINA program manager David Benavente, MINA program director Elizabeth Furey, Docomo Pacific general manager Pauline Johnson, and Docomo Pacific CNMI brand owner Brent Deleon Guerrero pose at the MINA recycling bin at the Minachom Atdao. (CONTRIBUTED PHOTO)

Docomo Pacific, regional leader in innovation, telecommunications, and entertainment, renews their commitment to the Micronesia Islands Nature Alliance and their efforts to sustaining our island’s environment and pristine coastal areas.

As part of our company’s corporate social responsibility, we understand that we must do our part to ensure that future generations will get to experience our island’s natural beauty for years to come. Renewing this partnership with MINA continues to place a recycling bin at the Minachom Atdao pavilion. The bin allows for guests to responsibly dispose of any plastic, glass or paper into its respective slots; keeping the area litter-free.

Docomo Pacific revitalized the Minachom Atdao pavilion in April 2020 and continues to find ways to enhance the area for the community to enjoy.

Docomo Pacific is a wholly owned subsidiary of NTT Docomo, Japan’s leading mobile operator. Headquartered in Tamuning, Guam, Docomo Pacific is the largest provider of personal, residential, enterprise connectivity and entertainment services in Guam and the Northern Mariana Islands. Named Guam’s most reliable network, based on GWS’ 2019 OneScore ranking. Docomo Pacific is also the five-time winner of Pika’s Best of Guam and four-time winner of Best of The Pacific. Docomo Pacific is dedicated to bringing you and your family closer to the things that matter most. Get to know more about what makes us “Better Together” at (PR)

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