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Roel L.

Vera Cruz BSA-PP-3 Bio 223 REPUBLIC ACT 9003
January 26, 2001

Narrative Report Prof. D.S. Marino

AN ACT PROVIDING FOR AN ECOLOGICAL SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM, CREATING THE NECESSARY INSTITUTIONAL MECHANISMS AND INCENTIVES, DECLARING CERTAIN ACTS PROHIBITED AND PROVIDING PENALTIES, APPROPRIATING FUNDS THEREFOR, AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES Description of the Documents: RA 9003 is a 35 pages document and composed of 7 chapters,9 articles and 66 sections. Overview of the Documents: Chapter I- BASIC POLICIES Article 1- General Provisions Section 1- Short Title: "Ecological Solid Waste Management Act of 2000" Section 2- Declaration of Policies Article 2- Definition of Terms Section 3- Definition of Terms for the Porpuses of this Act Chapter II- INSTITUTIONAL MECHANISM Section 4- National Solid Waste Management Commission Section 5- Powers and Function of the Commission Section 6- Meetings Section 7- National Ecoloy Center Section 8- Role of the Department Section 9- Visitorial Powers of the Department Section 10- Role of LGU in Solid Waste Management Section 11- Provincial solid Wsate Management Board Section 12- City and Municipal Solid Waste Management Board Section 13- Establishment of Multi-Purpose Cooperatives of Association in Every LGU Chapter III- COMPREHENSIVE SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT Article 1- General Provisions Section 14- National Solid Waste Mangement Status Report Section 15- National solid Wsate Management Framework Section 16- Local Government Solid Waste Mangement Plans Section 17- The Components of the Local Government Solid Waste Management Plan Section 18- Owner and Operator Section 19- Waste Characterization Section 20- Establishing Mandatory Solid Waste Diversion Article 2- Segregation of Waste Section 21- Mandatory Segregation of Solid Waste Section 22- Requirements for the Segregation and Storage for the Solid Waste

Local Government Solid Waste Management Section 43.Inventory of Markets of Compost Section 35.INCENTIVES Section 45.Citizens Suits 2 .Criteria for Siting a Sanitary Landfill Section 41.Prohibited Acts Section 49.Administartive Sanctions Chapter VII.Reclaimation Program and Buy-back Centers for Recyclalable and Toxics Section 29.Guidelines for the Establishment of Material Recovery Facility Article 5.Mandatory Public Hearings Section 52.Requirements for the Transport of Solid Waste Section 25.Recycling Market Development Section 32.Guidelines for Compost Quality Article 6.Incentives Chapter V.Criteria of Establishment of Sanitary Landfill Section 42.establishment of Common Waste Treatment and Disposal Facilty Chapter IV.Requirements for Eco-Labeling Section 28.Establishment of LGU Materials Recovery Facility Section 33.Non.Article 3.Waste Management Facility Section 36.Solid Waste Management Fund Section 47.Fines and Penalties Section 50.Collection and Transport of the Solid Wastes Section 23.MISCELLANEOUS Section 51.Environmentally Acceptable Packaging Section 31.Requirements for the Collection of the Solid Wastes Section 24.Inventory of Existing Markets for Recyclable Materials Section 27.Composting Section 34.PENAL PROVISIONS Section 48.Guidelines for Controlled Dumps Section 40.Inventory of Waste Management Facility Section 37.Authority to Collect Solid Waste Mangement Fees Chapter VI.Prohibition on the Use of Non.Permit for solid Waste Management Facility Construction and Expansion Section 39.Recycling Program Section 26.Prohibition Against the Use of Open Dumpsite Section 38.Guidelines for the Transport Station Article 4.Guidelines for the Identification of Common Solid Waste Management Problems Section 44.FINANCING SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT Section 46.Operating Criteria for Sanitary Landfill Article 7.Environmentally Acceptable Products Section 30.

Research of Solid Waste Management Section 55. Our experts have invented good medicines.Public Education and Information Section 56.Environmental Education in the Formal and Non-Formal Sectors Section 57.Report to Congress Section 64. 2012. They let most of the times the dog to do it.Transitory Provisions Section 63. what is easy. As far as I can recall.Repelling Clause Section 66. In terms of food production.Appropriations Section 59. With these advancements.abolition of Presidential Task Force on Waste Management and Project Management Office in Solid Management Section 62. two most of the users do not know how to dispose it. Now we wanted what is fast. effective and the best. we are already advanced. our life style adopted to it. DIAPER:Regarding the use of diaper I have observed two things: one is after the use of diaper everything will be turned into garbage.Separability Clause Section 65. science has created the better and the fast way of producing it. 4pm-while travelling to Manila) INTRODUCTION: Science and health has taken already a big leap. formulated disinfectants that can kill harmful micro-organisms. And this is how diaper comes into picture . the use of diaper was introduce here in our country on the late 80’s and early 90’s.Effectivity DIAPER: The Thing that Come into my mind as I Read Republic Act 9003 (March 1.Joint Congressional Oversight Committee Section 61.Section 53. This is just a hypothesis and still need to be proven: Those people who are born 3 . Genetics has a great part of it.Implementing Rules and Regulations Section 60. Everything are improved and can be fitted easily to the life style of the human beings.Suit and Strategic Legal Action Against public Participation and the Enforcement of this Act Section 54. Talking of health and sanitation.Business and Industry Role Section 58.

Let me tell you something. And later on. the mother or the parents make a command to let the baby does it. The parents are now thinking. Before the baby undergoes the vowel movement. This is the reason why I infer that the loss of self discipline of todays generation is cause by the alteration of the first stage: the use of diaper. have inner direction and self discipline. Before when a baby started to cry the parents especially the mother assumes that the baby needs something. Remember. Those people who are born 1985 and below can decide easily. it becomes a routine. “It’s OK!” because of what they have observe at present that their baby is sound asleep the whole night. if not all are the opposite. They will check directly if the lampin (a piece of cloth put on the waist of the baby and formed into an undewear-like) of the baby is wet or the baby has made popo (deficate). Huggies and Pampers are born everything changes. it is not easy to wash. In return. the mother or the parents make a gesture to let the baby does it. he or she knows how to do it or sometimes wait for the parents come if they cannot. The routine of the baby and the parents have change.the year 1985 and below have different attitude compared to those are born 1985 and above.” Not knowing at the back of this reality. we are altering what is natural. The mother or the parents know to anticipate the needs of their child. Psychology says that the first stage of human development is the stage of discipline. Diapers provide comfort to the child and to the parents as well. Those people who are born 1985 and above. even in the absence of the mother or the parents. Before the baby urinates. When the baby grows old. They are not disturbed with the intermission cry of their baby. now we can think “it is OK. most of them. Remember that the first stage is and will be the foundation. The first stage of baby’s development is now alter. When EQ. The mother or the parents started to learn and are able to set the time when the baby needs something. As time goes by the baby started to develop a habit and in turn the baby learns to have self discipline. 4 .