MAYNILA — Inaasahang matatapos sa kalagitnaan ng taon ang kontrobersiyal na pagtatambak ng crushed dolomite sa Manila Bay, sabi ngayong Huwebes ni Environment Undersecretary Jonas Leones.
Nasa 60 hanggang 70 porsiyento nang tapos ang pagtatambak ng dolomite sand sa Manila Bay, na posibleng matapos sa Hunyo o Hulyo, ani Leones na nag-inspeksiyon sa lugar nitong umaga ng Huwebes.
WALANG dapat ikabahala sa suplay ng tubig sa National Capital Region ngayong panahon ng tag-init, ito ang pagseseguro ng National Water Resources Board (NWRB) na pinamumunuan nina Secretary Roy Cimatu ng Department of Environment and Natural Resources bilang chairman, at si Dr. Sevillo David, Jr., bilang executive director.
The Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) said it has completed 80 percent of the cleanup of the oil spill incident off the town of Jasaaan, Misamis Oriental.
The oil spill last April 3 resulted from the sinking of cargo vessel MV Racal IV which has been docked in a shipyard in the coastal town for five years.
In celebration of the World Water Day, EMB-CAR conducts its first Virtual Run last March 21-28, 2021. A 34-kilometer run should be completed by the participants within the period of the given dates. The 34 kilometer can be divided throughout the 8 days given and can also be run in a one-day basis. Since it continue reading : #VirtualRunForWater2021 #EMBCARVRunForWater
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