Palawan is known to be one of the wonders of the Philippines. Tourists and residents alike who seek refuge and oneness in nature enjoy this beautiful haven. Palawan has been given numerous accolades as the country’s cleanest, greenest and most peaceful city which made the island one of the most sought-after places in the country. On top of this distinction, Palawan has been dubbed the “Last Ecological Frontier” in honor of its unique ecological balance.
In an effort to help preserve the beauty and cleanliness of the province, Robinsons Land Corporation, (RLC) has donated 26 trash bins to Puerto Princesa International Airport. The airport, which opened last March 2017 after its expansion, serves as the tourists’ gateway to the different attractions of the island such as El Nido and Puerto Princesa’s Underground River. An estimated 1.2 to 1.3 million tourists are expected to visit Palawan from the airport so it becomes unavoidable that litters are left in the airport. But with the new trash bins, waste problems can be solved maintaining Palawan’s beauty for everyone to appreciate