Changes, big and small, for big-ticket infrastructure
<p>NOT even the gallons of water surrounding her office could ease the dryness Ruby felt in her throat as she counted the day’s earnings her water refilling station made last Tuesday.</p>
<p>For a station that caters to at least 30 customers carrying a minimum of six gallons each to be refilled every day, Ruby found it perplexing to have only P400 when they could easily make P3,000 by lunchtime on any regular day. (She asked that she not be named in this story.)</p>
Source: Local News
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