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REPUBLIC ACT 9003

Ecological Solid Waste Management Act of 2000


First law signed by Her Excellency President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo Approved on January 26, 2001

Took Effect on February 16, 2001

WASTE GENERATION
Industries/ Factories Households Schools

Offices, Businesses,
& other Establishments Agriculture

Hospitals

WASTE GENERATION
Asian Development Study (2003): MM generates about 6,700 tons of garbage per day. (As huge as 1 level of SM Manila or SM Megamall Building A) Recent Report on MM solid waste (2007): MM generates 7,200 tons of waste.

9%

15% 16%

45%

15%

An average Filipino generates an estimated volume of 0.3kg to kitchen & food waste 0.7kg per day in rural & urban plastic areas respectively. others

glass and wood paper

Average SW Composition in MM Households (ADB Study 2003)

CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK OF RA 9003

Biodegradable wastes

Recyclable Wastes

Special Wastes

Residual Wastes

MRF

Separate Collection Schedule or Use of Compartmentalized Vehicle


SLF recycling TREATER

GARDENS/ FARMS

RECYCLING PLANT JUNKSHOPS/

DISPOSAL

Open dumpsites
ILL sited
Illegal Deadline for Closure: Feb. 16, 2004 Should be properly rehabilitated.

838 OD nationwide (NSWMC, March 2010)

DISPOSAL

Controlled Dump Facilities


Improvement only in the operation such as provision of [1] daily soil cover; [2] drainage system; perimeter fence; scheduled waste picking, etc. Most are ill-sited. Deadline for Closure: Feb. 16, 2006 Should be properly rehabilitated.

396 CDFs nationwide (NSWMC, March 2010)

DISPOSAL

Sanitary Landfills
Engineered Facility;

Engineering Control over potential environmental impacts arising from its development & operation;

Passed the Siting Requirement for SLF

30 operational SLFs nationwide

42 SLFs under construction


(NSWMC, March 2010)

With clay liner and/or HDPE liner, leachate facility, SBR, etc.

ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS OF IMPROPER SWM

Ground & surface water contamination;


Local flooding; Air pollution; Release of greenhouse gases; Foul odor

HEALTH IMPACTS OF IMPROPER SWM

HEALTH IMPACTS OF IMPROPER SWM

Murine Typhus Fever

Infectious Jaundice Or Weils Disease


Food Poisoning Chorio-lepto Meningitis Trichinosis

Summer Diarrhea Tuberculosis Anthrax Ophthalmia Intestinal Worms Poliomyelitis

Typhoid Fever Diarrhea Dysentery Tuberculosis Anthrax Food Poisoning

Malaria Yellow Fever Elephantiasis Encephalitis Dengue Fever

What is your ROLE as a MMT member?

STORAGE

Company

MRF

junkshop/nagreresiklo

COMPOSTING

garden/farm

Fines and Penalties


Para. 3, Section 3, Rule XVIII, IRR
VIOLATION:
Open burning of solid waste.

Fines & Penalties:


Php300 to 1,000 and/or Imprisonement of not less than 1 day to not more than 15 days (or both)

Fines and Penalties


Para. 4, Section 3, Rule XVIII, IRR
VIOLATION:
Causing or permitting the collection of nonsegregated or unsorted waste.

Fines & Penalties:


Php1,000 to 3,000 and/or Imprisonement of not less than 15 days to not more than 6 months (or both)

List of SLF in CALABARZON


Province Sanitary Landfill SLF Category 2- Imus Location Brgy. Pasong Buaya 1, Imus, Cavite ACP Solid Waste Brgy. De Ocampo, Trece Management Corporation- Martirez, Cavite Trece Martirez Pilotage Trading and Narra Road, Brgy. San Construction Corp. Antonio, San Pedro, Laguna Kalayaan Integrated Solid So. San Isidro, Brgy, Waste Management Sub- Longos, Kalayaan, Laguna project San Pablo City Brgy. Sto. Nio, San Pablo City Conventional Sanitary Landfill Suri Waste Management Brgy. Bubuyan,Calamba and Disposal Services City, Laguna Morong, Rizal Morong Engineered Sanitary Landfill Rizal Provincial Sanitary Brgy. San Isidro, Landfill Rodriguez, Rizal New San Mateo Sanitary Brgy. Mabilog na Bato, Landfill Pintong Bukawe, San Mateo. Rizal Operated by private private

Cavite- 2

private

municipality

Laguna- 4

municipality

private private private private

Rizal- 3

Thank you for listening!!