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Saving the environment Golden Haven style

Last year, Golden Haven installed the first solar panels in its memorial chapels and crematorium facilities.

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Golden Haven launches its Tree Advocacy Planting Program aimed on raising awareness about the importance of planting and saving trees. / Photograph courtesy of Golden Haven

Through the years, while Golden Haven Memorial Parks drew the patronage of discerning Filipino families, it also became a reputable name in the Philippine deathcare industry.

For one, Golden Haven gained prominence for its chain of beautiful and impeccably designed memorial parks, where lush landscapes are believed to help the healing process for loved ones left behind.

Just as important as Golden Haven’s tranquil settings, however, is its keen sense of social and corporate responsibility. Attesting to this is how Golden Haven has turned their vast and expansive memorial parks into models of environmental sustainability.

For instance, right from the design stage, Golden Haven’s sprawling terrain is marked by serene naturescapes that are conducive to visitors bonding and happily reminiscing on times spent with their dearly departed.

But beyond Golden Haven’s striking visible attributes, a sustainably green and healthy environment is what it’s resolutely advocating now, touting the distinction of being the first memorial park in the country to be powered by the sun.

Last year, Golden Haven installed the first solar panels in its memorial chapels and crematorium facilities. These are now fully functional, enabling Golden Haven to utilize renewable energy in their daily operations.

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