DENR to probe China waste dumping in Spratlys
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The Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) has expressed deep concern over alleged reports of China’s waste dumping in the West Philippine Sea. DENR Undersecretary for solid waste management and local government unit concerns Benny Antiporda said they would coordinate with the Philippine Coast Guard and the Department of National Defense to get a clearer picture.
Villanueva, R. (2021, July 14). DENR to probe China waste dumping in Spratlys. The Philippine Star, p. 3.
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