A new ceramic tile replacement and ceramic heater is being developed in the Philippines, according to a new report.
The Philippine Department of Environmental Protection and Planning announced on Monday that the project, dubbed ‘Ceramic Tile Replacement Program’, will replace ceramic tile and replace ceramic heaters with carbon fiber ceramic heating elements.
The project will also include a new system of public and private distribution stations that will distribute the ceramic tile, a project which the government says will reduce CO 2 emissions by 15-30% compared to existing distribution stations.
The installation will cost P1.5 billion, the Philippine government said in a statement.
The government is currently working with various companies and stakeholders to finalize the project’s details, according the government.
The agency added that the public and commercial distribution of the ceramic tiles will be a key element of the project.
The Ceramic Tile Installation System will also be equipped with CO 2 emission monitoring equipment and sensors.
According to the agency, the project will be completed by 2025.