Thursday, March 27, 2014

Pieces of broken bottles and debris of demolished sea wall at the shore-collected over and over

Posted March 26, 2014 as of 12:00 nn
Written by Bert Dalida

It is blissful walking along the shoreline of Boracay Island.

This is so since aside from being cool to the feet, the fine sand of the island is relaxing.

However, you also need to be careful because shreds of broken bottles and sharp debris of demolished sea wall are scattered along the shore.

Rey, who has worked for a long time at a resort at Station 1, Balabag, Boracay said, aside from sharp debris of torn down sea wall, they really get plenty of pieces of broken bottles every time they clean at their beach front.

According to Rey, these are dangerous especially for those who have the inclination of walking along the shore barefooted.

Meanwhile, some of the interviewed Boracay Solid Waste Action Team (BSWAT) members admitted this.

They said that it is true that the team is able to collect plenty of pieces of broken glasses and debris along the shore.

However, they allegedly clean the shore again and again to ensure the safety of the public especially it is already summer season.

Translated/Edited by Rodel J. Abalus

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