The roots of water pollution: (Continued from July 19, 2018)
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As it is supposed to be therefore, the mainland town of Malay is supposed to have its own sewerage system, aside from a separate sewerage system that should have been built in Boracay. As it happened, no sewerage systems were built in the island and in the mainland, indicating gross negligence among the local officials, surely involving many sets of them over years. As it surely happened, all of the hotels and resorts in Boracay built their own septic tanks and some of them might have seen the wisdom of building a sewerage treatment plant (STP). In all probability, most of them may have gotten their Environmental Clearance Certificates (ECCs) simply because they had septic tanks, and even if they did not have their own STPs.
Señeres, I. (2018, July 21). The roots of water pollution: (Continued from July 19, 2018). Panay News, p. 10.
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