Roxas Blvd hails the same picture as garbage dump after typhoon

Roxas Blvd hails the same picture as garbage dump after typhoon

- A garbage-filled Baywalk greeted Manila City on Thursday morning following the wake of typhoon Lawin

- On Wednesday, the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC) has declared a no walk zone policy along Roxas Boulevard's Baywalk due to strong waves

- The waves brought in tons of garbage, as usual, and Manila City Hall has started cleanup as early as 6:30

The blast of garbage in the promenade along Manila Bay, more popularly known as Baywalk, near the US Embassy in Manila due to the stormy weather has once again made an appearance in the aftermath of typhoon Lawin.

On Wednesday, October 19, the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC) has declared a no walk zone policy along Roxas Boulevard's Baywalk due to strong waves brought about by the typhoon.

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The waves had brought in tons of garbage and dumped it along Roxas Blvd. once again puts a spotlight on improper waste disposal in the country.

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Roxas Blvd hails the same picture as garbage dump after typhoon

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Members of the Manila City Hall Department of Public Services answered to the call to clean up the scattered trash Baywalk by around 6:30 a.m.

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Manila City Hall Public Services clean up at 6:30 a.m.

Watch how it is along Roxas Boulevard here:

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