Cebu Pacific launches 'Juan Effect Boracay'
Cebu Pacific continues to push for sustainable tourism as it rolls out the second module for Juan Effect in Boracay, in time for the impending reopening of one of the most beautiful islands in the Philippines. The airline donates trash bins for use around the island to encourage proper waste management amongst locals and tourists alike. Cebu Pacific, together with the Philippine Department of Tourism, Department of Environmental and Natural Resources, and Department of Interior and Local Government, gather for a ceremonial turnover of bins to the Municipal Environment and Natural Resources Office (MENRO). The bins were manufactured using upcycled waste plastic materials, including 1.8 kilograms of laminated wrappers—roughly equivalent to 789 snack packs.
Cebu Pacific launches 'Juan Effect Boracay'. (2018, October 25). Panay News, p. B8.
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Tourism; Environmental restoration; Environmental protection; Ecotourism; Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR); Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG); Municipal Environment and Natural Resources Office (MENRO); Cebu Pacific; Department of Tourism (DOT); Cebu Air Inc.; Boracay; Philippines
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