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about 2 days ago

The Laguna Lake Development Authority issues cease and desist orders to five food establishments, sealing their faucets and other water sources which would be used again once they comply with the required pollution control program, and pay a daily penalty of ₱10,000 to ₱200,000.

about 3 days ago

The 40-kilometer river, which stretches from Quezon City to Navotas City, is the longest of the 17 rivers bringing polluted water to Manila Bay. It disposes a high level of fecal bacteria to the Bay, making the water unhealthy and a possible source of diseases. The river's average coliform level is 500 million most probable number (MPN), far from the safe level of 200 MPN.

about 3 days ago

Environment officials have taken drastic measures to rehabilitate the country's top tourist destinations, from Boracay to Manila Bay and now, Baguio City could be next.

about 3 days ago

Environment chief Roy Cimatu notes pine trees continue to diminish in the area.

about 1 week ago

The Philippine International Pyromusical Competition will be held at SM City Clark in Angeles City, Pampanga from February 23 to March 30.

about 2 weeks ago

The public will still be able to see the famous Manila Bay sunset.

about 2 weeks ago

Environment and health officials repeatedly warn people that Manila Bay is still dangerous for swimming but some continue to get in the water anyway.

about 2 weeks ago

Amid the ongoing cleanup, health and environment officials have advised the public to still avoid swimming in the Manila Bay as it has yet to undergo proper water quality tests.

about 2 weeks ago

The crackdown on non-compliant companies continue.

about 3 weeks ago

Manila Bay rehabilitation kicked off on Sunday with government officials joining the cleanup drive. Some establishments are being shut down for allegedly violating environmental laws.