DOT gets ready for Boracay opening
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Less than 200 tourism establishments in Boracay were so far able to meet the requirements set by the government’s interagency rehabilitation task force overseeing the cleanup of the popular island resort. “As of June 15 only 153 (tourism establishments) were able to comply,” said Director Helen Catalbas of the Department of Tourism (DOT) Region 6. One of these requirements was the provision of sewerage system.
Sornito, I. (2018, July 9). DOT gets ready for Boracay opening. Panay News, pp. 1, 14.
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Ecotourism; Governments; Environmental restoration; Sewage disposal; Conferences; Training; Agreements; Permits; Ecology; Economics; Environments; Tests; Water quality; Water analysis; Department of Tourism (DOT)-Region VI; Boracay Stakeholders Core Group; Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR); Community Environment and Natural Resources Office (CENRO); Environmental Management Bureau (EMB); Catalbas, Helen; Boncato, Arturo; Romulo-Puyat, Bernadette; Fabila, Richard
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