Boracay set for dry run
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Undersecretary for Solid Waste Management and Local Government Units Concerns Benny D. Antiporda said in an interview there will be policies issued before Oct. 26, as formed by a technical working group and approved by the interagency task force. Among the proposed policies discussed by the agencies on Wednesday are the use of electric vehicles and the scrapping of tricycles and old generation vehicles as well as water sports equipment. The task force is also considering the prohibiting of sand castles and placing chairs on the beach and the relocation of souvenir shops to the barangay proper. Mr. Cimatu also reiterated the presidential directive that all establishments, regardless of size, should have their own sewage treatment plants (STPs).
Mogato, A. G. (2018, August 24-25). Boracay set for dry run. BusinessWorld, p. S1/10.
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Ecotourism; Sewage treatment; Environmental restoration; Environmental protection; Environmental legislation; Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR); Department of Tourism (DOT); Tourism Infrastructure and Enterprise Zone Authority (TIEZA); Cimatu, Roy A.; Antiporda, Benny D.; Paragas, Pocholo D.; Boracay
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