Boracay Water hikes budget amid rehab
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Boracay Island Water Co. Inc. may adjust its five-year capital budget to allow it to accelerate the construction of the Yapak sewage treatment plant as part of the rehabilitation efforts in the island. The Yapak STP is targeted for construction early next year and can be completed within the year as well with an estimated budget of P1.2 billion. It will have a capacity of five million liters per day (MLD) and add to the existing 11.5 MLD combined capacity of the Balabag and Manoc Manoc STPs.
Simeon, L. M. (2018, June 23). Boracay Water hikes budget amid rehab. The Philippine Star, p. B4.
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