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Cebu City Government

Climate warning


Garbage dump trucks of Cebu City’s Department of Public Services and the mini dump trucks of the barangays still dump the wastes they collected at the Inayawan landfill until noon of Dec. 17, 2016 despite the closure order of the Court of Appeals. (CDN PHOTO/JUNJIE MENDOZA) Cebu City began dumping its garbage at the South Road Properties (SRP) yesterday despite warnings from environment officials, a city councilor and a legal luminary that the city government is courting lawsuits for environmental violations. Read more: Follow us: @inquirerdotnet on Twitter | inquirerdotnet on Facebook

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  • George Kariuki

    32 w

    Sustainable and eco-friendly waste disposal practices should be a priority for all cities.

    • Rashid Kamau

      32 w

      Through recycling dump sites should no-longer exist.

      • We Don't Have Time

        32 w

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        • Rukia Ahmed Abdi

          32 w

          The decision to continue dumping garbage at the South Road Properties (SRP) in Cebu City, despite warnings and a court order, raises concerns about environmental violations and potential legal consequences. Proper waste disposal is essential in addressing climate change, and local authorities should prioritize sustainable and eco-friendly practices to mitigate their impact on the environment.

          • Rotich Kim

            32 w

            Cebu city government should act on the law provide by the court this show that our court are still not depends.

            • Elizabeth Gathigia

              32 w

              This is not right, it's a big threat to the environment and risking people health

              • CHRIS NGATIA

                32 w

                I'm pretty sure that 80% of the waste here can be recycled

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