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FM-S202A-Alternative Flood Management Technologies by Resito v. David

FM-S202A-Alternative Flood Management Technologies by Resito v. David

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Resito V.

David, MNSA
Project Director
Anilao Bridge, Ormoc , Leyte
Camiguin Sabo Dam
Anilao Sabo Sliit Dam
Malbasag Channel Improvement, Ormoc Leyte
Department of Public Works and Highways
Flood Control and Sabo Engineering Center

The views expressed in this paper/presentation are the views of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views or
policies of the Asian Development Bank (ADB), or its Board of Governors, or the governments they represent. ADB does
not guarantee the accuracy of the data included in this paper/presentation and accepts no responsibility for any
consequence of their use. Terminology used may not necessarily be consistent with ADB official terms.
Outline of Presentation
1. DPWH Structural Interventions
Flood Control and River Improvement Works

Drainage Systems and Facilities
2. Alternative Flood Mitigation Technologies
Debris Flow Breaker
Vetiver Grass (Slope Protection)
Impounding Reservoir / Retarding Basin
Water Convergence Projects
Eco-Efficient Water Infrastructure (EEWIN)
Rainwater Harvesting Facilities
River Improvement Works
To increase the
conveyance capacities of
 Widening
 Deepening / Dredging
Example of River Dredging Project
Dike / Levee
Kinanliman, Real Dike Project
 Dike (sometimes called levee / embankment) is a flood
prevention structure from overflow into the low lying areas
(city, important land, etc.) in order to confine the flood
discharge flow preventing the inland side from flooding.
Candaba, Pampanga Dike Project
Revetment are structures constructed on the banks to:
 Protection of the collapse of riverbank due to erosion,
scouring and riverbed degradation.
 Directly covers the bank slope from direct attack of
floodwater, boulder and floating debris.
Anilao River Revetment, Ormoc Leyte
River structures along the banks that:
 Deflect or redirect river flow away from the riverbank.
 Protect the banks from scouring by inducing sedimentation near banks.
 Serve as flow roughness and reduce the riverflow along the bank.

Badoc River Spurdike, Narvacan, Ilocos Norte Series of Spurdikes, Region II
Plan Malbasag Groundsill, Ormoc Leyte
 River structure that prevents riverbed degradation, stabilizes the
riverbed and maintains the longitudinal and cross-sectional profiles.

 Groundsill is installed across the river channel, it has drastic
influences on the river conditions and the ecosystem of the
upstream and downstream stretches.

Source : DPWH MPE
↑Front view of Groundsills #1
& #2 and consolidation dam
← Groundsills # 1
↓Groundsills # 2
← Groundsills # 3
Pasig Potrero Groundsills
Pasig Potrero River Groundsills
Sediment Control (Sabo) Dams
Ormoc Slit-Type Sabo Dam

Camiguin Sabo Dam

To hold sediments and debris and retard flood runoff.
Drainage systems collect and carry surface runoff from collector
channels or conduits to some outlets, such as rivers or lakes.
Drainage Systems
Pumping Stations
Pumping stations are usually used and located in highly
urbanized level areas where drainage could not be achieved
successfully by gravity.
Taguig Pumping Station
Sea Wall Revetments
Sea wall revetments or levees serve as walls or embankments
to protect the shore from erosion caused by wave action.
Santa, Ilocos Sur
Cagayan de Oro River
Debris Flow Breaker
Source : Matsumoto Sabo Office, MLITT
Debris Flow Breaker
Debris Flow Breaker structure was constructed at Kennon Road, Baguio City in 2008 – in association with DPWH and ICHARM and ADB

Vetiver Grass
Agno Flood Control Project (2008) Agno Flood Control Project (2010)
Impounding Reservoir / Retarding Basins
Water Convergence Projects
Eco-Efficient Water Infrastructures
Proposed new NLEX road from Commonwealth Avenue to Cabanatuan City (36km) that will collect surface runooff (114 sq.km) and generate power

Rainwater Harvesting Structures
DPWH Action Plan vs. Global Warming and Climate Change – Schemes to collect and conserve rainwater

Flood Disaster Mitigation

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