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Corporate Governance > Economic Empowerment > Employment and livelihood > Semirara's clay

Semirara's clay

Although commercial production of clay hollow bricks, pavers, tiles and roofing materials is being prepared through the company’s new subsidiary, Semirara Claystone, Inc., Semirara’s clay is now being used to build houses, offices, churches, and facilities on the island. Current production of construction materials made of clay provide a living to about 200 local families.


Clay from the Panian Mine operations used to be considered as mine waste until it was recently discovered to be of good quality for pottery, terra cotta art and various construction materials.