16 more Manila Bay polluters named
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Sixteen more establishments have been found polluting the Manila Bay, the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) said on Thursday. Data released by the Laguna Lake Development Authority (LLDA), one of the agencies tasked to rehabilitate Manila Bay, showed that these establishments were found not conforming with the Effluent Standards for Class “SB” waters. SB quality refers to waters that are fit for ecotourism or recreational activities, including swimming, bathing, and diving.
Gomez, E. J. (2019, February 1). 16 more Manila Bay polluters named. The Manila Times, p. A8.
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Water pollution; Environmental restoration; Environmental protection; Ecotourism; Recreation; Swimming; Bathing; Diving; Sewage treatment; Environmental legislation; Waste water; Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR); Laguna Lake Development Authority (LLDA); Billion Building/Philippine Billion Real Estate Development Corp.; HK Sun Plaza; Tramway Bayview Buffet; D Circle Hotel; Le Mirage De Malate-Builders 200 Inc.; Smart Land Resources; Malate Bayview Mansion; Sogo Hotel-Quirino; Government Service Insurance System; Peak Motors Phils. Inc.; Makchang Korean Restaurant; 2Blue Realty Corp.; Cebuana Lhuillier; Robinsons Place Manila; Rizal Park Hotel; Cebuana Lhuillier Building; Summit Ice Inc.; Aristocrat Restaurant; Gloria Maris Shark’s Fin Restaurant; San Miguel by the Bay; Cimatu, Roy; Manila Bay
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