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          Romblon is composed of group of islands situated at the center of the Philippines. It lies South of Marinduque and Quezon, East of Mindoro, North of Aklan and Capiz and West of Masbate. It geographically belongs to Southern Luzon and completes the MIMAROPA group accompanied by Mindoro, Marinduque and Palawan.Romblon’s land area is 1,533.45 square kilometers with its highest elevation of 2,058m – the Mt. Guiting-Guiting.According to the latest Census, the province’s population is 283, 930.As an archipelago, Romblon is divided into islands namely, Tablas, Sibuyan, and Romblon, and 17 minor and small islands.  Romblon Island is hilly while Tablas has various characteristics - western coastal areas are level to undulating while the eastern coastal areas are rough to rugged.  The southern part has rolling to rough terrains. Meanwhile, Sibuyan Island is thickly forested.

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News Articles

    • ENVIRONMENTAL EXHIBIT CONDUCTED AT ODIONGAN NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL (ONHS)
      Eunice May F. Abello , 2016-10-17
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    • SYMPOSIUM ON ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AND MINING IN THE PROVINCE OF ROMBLON CONDUCTED AT AUDIO VISUAL HALL, ROMBLON STATE UNIVERSITY
      , 2016-08-19
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    • TURN OVER OF ONE BRAHMINY KITE AT DENR PENRO ROMBLON
      Eunice May F. Abello , 2016-10-11
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    • 18th Philippine Eagle Week Celebration
      Engr. Raymund G. Inocencio , 2016-06-08
      DENR PENRO Romblon Chief TSD Engr. Alan L. Valle, Incoming Mayor of Romblon, Romblon Hon. Mariano M. Mateo and barangay officials, Ginablan Fisherfolks Asso., Inc. (GIFA,Inc.) Chairman Antonio M. Mago and other stakeholders joined in...

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Announcements

Invitation to Bid 


1. Repair/Renovation of PENRO Office   ITB1 ITB2 ITB3 ITB4


2. Roofing of PENR Office ITB1 ITB2


3. Protected Area Office of Mt. Guiting-Guiting Natural Park ITB1 ITB2 


 


 

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