Lumber, plastic, flip flops and Styrofoam, brought by strong waves to shore, lined the beachfront in the past few days.
According to Boracay Island Administrator Glenn Sacapano, when it is high tide, it is dangerous to clean up the litter. Low tide is waited upon before clean up would immediately take place.
Sacapano added that he believed the garbage that lined Boracay during typhoon “Gener” was not from Boracay.
Meanwhile, windbreakers and barriers are put up by establishments for protection from the huge and strong waves brought by “Habagat,” while vendors are a bit disappointed since their goods could not be displayed.