CDO issued vs. 5 Bay ‘pollutants’
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The Department of Environment and Natural Resources through the Laguna Lake Development Authority on Tuesday issued a cease-and-desist order on five commercial establishments for water pollution at Manila Bay. LLDA served the CDO to Max’s Restaurant on United Nations Avenue, HengFeng Kitchenette, Jollibee Macapagal Biopolis, Lamer Catering and Nihon Bashitei Japanese Food. Meanwhile, Aloha Hotel, Sarmiti Food Corp (Shawarma Snack Center) and Oriz Auto Leasing Philippines Corp would received an ex-parte order or a notice to explain their violations within a 15-day period.
Araja, R. N. (2019, February 20). CDO issued vs. 5 Bay ‘pollutants’. Manila Standard, p. A3.
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Water pollution; Bays; Environmental legislation; Environmental protection; Environmental restoration; Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR); Laguna Lake Development Authority (LLDA); Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG); Max’s Restaurant; HengFeng Kitchenette; Jollibee Macapagal Biopolis; Lamer Catering; Nihon Bashitei Japanese Food; Aloha Hotel; Sarmiti Food Corp (Shawarma Snack Center); Oriz Auto Leasing Philippines Corp.; Heritage Condominium Corp.; Ma. Natividad Building; Marina Square Properties Inc. (Hyatt Hotel and Casino Manila); Cultural Center of the Philippines (Main Building); Federal Land Inc.; First Marbella Condominium Association Inc.; Gold Quest Premiere Resources Inc.; Harrison Lodge; Libertad Tourist Development Inc.; OWWA Building; Wellcross Freight Corp.; Billion Building; HK Sun Plaza; Tramway Bayview Buffet Restaurant; D Circle Hotel; Aristocrat Restaurant; Gloria Maris Shark's Fin Restaurant; E Universe Entertainment and KTV Bar; Año, Eduardo
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