Panay River pollution hurting oyster gatherers
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The uncontrolled dumping of garbage into the Panay River in Capiz province is depriving oyster gatherers of their daily harvest. The oysters that grow on the banks of the river may soon become too contaminated with bacteria from garbage to be eaten. Saving the river from deterioration is the reason Capiz governor Antonio del Rosario initiated their creation of Save Panay River Council and Task Force last September 5.
Yap, T. (2016, September 16). Panay River pollution hurting oyster gatherers. Manila Bulletin, p. 14.
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