Maynilad adopts 6.6 ha. for mangrove rehab
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West Zone concessionaire Maynilad Water Services, Inc. (Maynilad) has adopted five sites totaling 6.6 hectares (ha) in the Cavite province for a mangrove rehabilitation program under its "Plant for Life Program." "Plant for Life" is Maynilad's multi-site reforestation and afforestation program that aims to help arrest the environmental degradation that is threatening the reliability and quality of water supply. Since 2013, Maynilad and its partner organizations have planted some 35, 000 mangrove propagules in areas around the Canacao-Baccor Bays, which forms part of the Manila Bay.
Maynilad adopts 6.6 ha. for mangrove rehab. (2015, January 23). Malaya, p. A10.
Mangrove restoration; Mangroves; Environmental degradation; Water quality; Public sector; Private sector; Organizations; Carbon; Biodiversity; Sanctuaries; Environmental protection; Mangrove conservation; Metropolitan Waterworks and Sewerage System (MWSS); Maynilad Water Services Inc.; Vargas, Ricky
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