Private firms helping restore Boracay
The Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) welcomes the participation of several private firms in the government’s efforts to rehabilitate Boracay Island in Aklan. DENR Secretary Roy Cimatu recently signed memorandums of agreement (MOAs) with Coca-Cola Beverages Philippines Inc. and JG Summit Petrochemical Corp. (JGSPC) acknowledging their contributions in cleaning up the resort island. Coca-Cola donated a surf rake or a tractor-towed beach cleaner, while JGSPC is bringing back to life one of Boracay’s wetlands.
Yap, T. (2019, April 9). Private firms helping restore Boracay. Manila Bulletin, p. 9.
Associated contentOnline version
Environmental restoration; Environmental protection; Governments; Agreements; Wetland restoration; Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR); Coca-Cola Beverages Philippines Inc.; JG Summit Petrochemical Corp. (JGSPC); Energy Development Corp.; San Miguel Corp.; Aboitiz Equity Ventures Inc.; Boracay Tubi System Inc. (BTSI); Cimatu, Roy; Milla, Francisco Jr.; Boracay
- Manila Bulletin 
Showing items related by title, author, creator and subject.
Punongbayan, Michael (The Philippine Star,
September 15, 2010, on page A-30)The Laguna Lake Rehabilitation Project is not just about dredging and cleanup, an umbrella group of different people’s organizations stressed yesterday. Pamana Lawa, representing residents of the province who stand to ...
Tubeza, Philip (Philippine Daily Inquirer,
March 31, 2013, on page A2)The salvage team working on the USS Guardian, which ran aground in Tubbataha Reef, removed the warship’s last remaining section early Saturday afternoon after being stuck on the Unesco World Heritage site for more than 10 ...
Ostria, Rey Anthony; Barrameda, Shiena; Bobis, Maite Denise (Philippine Daily Inquirer,
May 9, 2018, on page A1-A10)Below the “Legazpi” signage on the boulevard that offers a breathtaking view of Mayon volcano is a shoreline that remains dirty despite repeated community cleanup drives. Residents believe that garbage strewn on the beach ...