Mati City adopts master plan for Pujada Bay rehab

Mati City, Davao Oriental—The city government has committed to implement a master plan for proper sewage disposal as a measure to further protect the Pujada Bay here.

Mayor Michelle Rabat said they will be putting up sewage treatment plants to ensure that wastes from households going out to Pujada Bay are treated and cleaned before they are dumped in the waters.

“I have coordinated with various officials to make sure that all canals that leads to the bay will have a catchment basin,” she said.

“Here in Mati, all leads to the bay. We have to make sure that all water leading to the bay be treated and recycled,” she added.

Rabat said the local government will be providing catchment basins to ensure that no plastics and other garbage would reach the bay.

Pujada Bay was recently cited by the Most Beautiful Bays in the World Club.

The Pujada Bay Landscape and Seascape was declared as a protected area under the National Integrated Protected Areas System through Presidential Proclamation 431.

It covers about 20,0887 hectares of protected landscapes and seascapes.

Topics: Mati City , Davao Oriental , Pujada Bay
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