10-Years Solid Waste Management Plan97
Chapter VIII Implementation Strategy
8.1 Iligan City Solid Waste Management System Implementation Strategies:
Solid Waste Management System Framework
The proposed Iligan City Solid Waste Management System is shown in Figure 8.1, 8.1a, 1.b, 1.c -Schematic Diagram of the Iligan City Solid Waste Management System;
1. A Central MRCF shall be constructed to handle the solid waste for thefollowing sources:a)Barangay Material Recovery Facility residuals b)The mixed/special solid waste from the city markets /institutionalsources; andc)The mixed solid waste from households, which are beyond thecapacity of the individual Barangay MRF’s to process.2. Each of the 29 coastal barangays shall put up their own barangay MRF, or inclusters - to handle segregation, recycling, composting and others. Residualsshall be handled by the Central MRCF3. All commercial (markets) and institutional sources (hospitals, schools, etc.)mixed solid/special waste shall be handled by the Central MRCF. Hazardouswaste shall have a designated disposal area to be built and operated by eachhospital, with the City to put up a
Special and Hazardous Waste Facility
with central autoclaving system (for small hospitals). Hospitals may also optto put up their privately operated MRF’s in their property for medical wastes-subject to the EIS requirements4. Excess solid waste generated from households (that can’t be absorbed byBarangay MRF), and for those Barangay still without MRF’s shall be processed at the Central MRCF.