A sewage lagoo is a massive lagoon that collects waste from sewage systems.
It can reach as high as three stories high, and has been linked to sewage overflows, disease outbreaks, and the spread of tuberculosis.
In 2009, the Philippines surpassed Vietnam in the number of sewage overflowed by this facility, with over 9,000 sewage overflowing into the ocean.
However, the lagoon has a lot to worry about.
According to the Philippine Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), a large number of the lagos are located in the provinces of Cebu, Davao, and Ilocos Norte.
And according to the EPA, there are more than 1,200 sewage overflays that are occurring each year.
Here’s a look at how they all go down.
The Sewage Tank In Manila’s sewage lagoos, there’s a large collection tank that sits right next to the sewage treatment plant.
It’s filled with water from the city’s sewage system.
The EPA estimates that the sewage tank has overflowed a total of 8,000,000 cubic meters (12,000 million gallons) of sewage into the sea.
So, the problem is not just the sewage, but also the wastewater that comes out of the sewage system after it’s filled.
The wastewater tank is filled with sewage, which contains pathogens and pollutants.
It also contains sediment, which can be harmful to marine life.
When the sewage overflow occurs, the pollution can cause the water to become very polluted, and eventually cause the sewage to leak into the surrounding area.
The amount of pollution that the waste from the sewage tanks produces is also extremely high.
For example, in the Cebuan province, the EPA says that the amount of polluted wastewater released into the air has increased by more than 200 times since the 1950s.
The pollution is also a big concern because the sewage from the wastewater tank can cause algae blooms, which are harmful to fish and marine life, as well as to humans.
The Government’s Response To The Sewage Lagoon Problems The Government has been working to reduce the pollution from the lagoons.
It has implemented a series of measures to address the problems caused by the lagoo.
For instance, the Department of Environment and Natural Resources has been constructing and improving sewage treatment plants and upgrading the wastewater treatment plant at the Manila-based International Water Management Center (IWMCC).
IWMCC also operates a sewage treatment facility in the city of Caguas.
The Philippine Environmental Development Authority (PEDDA) has also been trying to improve the pollution of the wastewater by developing a sewage collection system.
But the government has been slow to act.
The Philippines has a large population, which means that there are many Filipinos living in the country.
In the meantime, the government is also spending money on sewage collection, especially in Cebuca.
The government has also built a sewage tank to collect waste from its sewage system, but it has yet to use it.
When asked about the lago, Environment Secretary Paolo Galvez said, “I am very confident that we will be able to address these problems in the future.
We will make sure that the lagoos are treated in a more sustainable manner.”
However, Galvez also added that the government plans to work with IWM and the Philippine National Institute of Aquatic Resources (PNIAAR) to address pollution of lagos in Caguás.
He added that they will also make sure to improve and extend the existing sewage treatment facilities in the lagoes.
In addition, the Manila City Council has approved a proposal to build a sewage system in Cegon to collect sewage from sewage tanks.
The city is also trying to find ways to increase the amount and quality of sewage coming out of sewage tanks in the Philippines.
So far, the Philippine government has only announced a plan to build an additional sewage system for Cego, and to spend $5.6 million to do so.
So what’s next?
So far in Cagayan, Manila has taken the lead in addressing the problem of sewage overflow.
But other cities have been trying different ways to address it.
For the last few years, the Aquino administration has been moving towards a more ecological approach to waste management.
In May, the president of the Philippines Aquino Aquaculture Commission (PAAC), Dr. David Galvan, said that the Aquacorps is now working with the Philippine Aquatic Resource Authority (PARA) to find sustainable ways to dispose of waste and wastewater.
Galvan also said that Aquacorp is planning to increase its waste management capacity to 100 percent.
Aquacore is also working on plans to develop a sewage waste treatment system, which is currently in the planning stages.
The Aquacores Aquacorte wastewater system in Manila, is located near the sewage-treatment plant of the Manila Aquatic Park (MAP).
In the plan, Aquacontes