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MMDA Waste Segregation

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Solid Waste Waste Management Policies
Metropolitan Manila Development Authorities

In Partial Fulfillment of Requirements
Health Care: Philippine Setting
Department of Preventive, Family and Community Medicine
Faculty of Medicine and Surgery
University of Santo Tomas

Group Leader: Pangan, TJ
Secretary: Panganiban, DJ
Members: Panganiban, MK. Panlilio, HL. Parana, R. Pascual, MC. Pelia, AL. Penafiel, A. Peralta, ABE. Perez, E.

Submitted To:
Rafael P. Bantayan Jr., MD
Iluminada M. Lerma, MD
Alejandro V. Pineda Jr., MD MMDA Ordinance 96-009 PROHIBITING LITTERING/DUMPING/THROWING OF GARBAGE, RUBBISH OR ANY KIND OF WASTE IN OPEN OR PUBLIC PLACES, AND REQUIRING ALL OWNER’S, LESSEES, OCCUPANTS OF RESIDENTIAL, COMMERCIAL ESTABLISHMENTS, WHETHER PRIVATE OR PUBLIC TO CLEAN AND MAINTAIN THE CLEANLINESS OF THEIR FRONTAGE AND IMMEDIATE SURROUNDINGS AND PROVIDING PENALTIES FOR VIOLATION THEREOF MMDA Ordinance 99-004 Regulation governing proper refuse management at source in Metro Manila Area and for other purposes MMDA Regulation No. 99-006 Prohibition of Littering/Dumping/Throwing of Garbage, Rubbish, or Any Kind of Waste in Open or Public Places
Maintenance of Cleanliness
Penalties for Violations Updates on MMDA Solid Waste Management WHEREAS, among the major problems in Metropolitan Manila is the indiscriminate dumping/throwing/littering of garbage, refuse, filth and other kinds of solid waste in public places, canals, rivers, drainage and other waste outlets;
WHEREAS, it is the prime duty and responsibility of all the constituents of Metropolitan Manila to keep their respective environment or surroundings clean and wholesome;
WHEREAS, Republic Act (RA) No. 7924 creating the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA), mandate, among others, the MMDA to formulate and implement policies, rules and regulations, standard, programs and project for the promotion and safeguarding of the health and sanitation of the region and for the enhancement of ecological balance and the prevention, control and abatement of environment pollution;
WHEREAS, the MMDA in its desire to regulate the indiscriminate dumping/littering/throwing of garbage, refuse, filth and other kinds of solid waste in public places, rivers, canals, drainage and other water outlets, the Metro Manila Council (Council) in session assembled agreed to enact an anti-littering regulation and other measures in Metropolitan Manila;
NOW THEREFORE, pursuant to Section 6 of R.A. 7924, the Council hereby adopts and enacts this Regulation: Definition of Terms Solid Waste
Domestic Waste
Junk vehicles and appliances
Industrial Waste
Special Waste
Open public place
Covered public places
Immediate surroundings
River, canals, drainage and other water outlets
Street and Sidewalk obstructions a)Littering in public places
Vacant lots, rivers, canals, drainage and other water ways
b)Not maintaining cleanliness of the immediate surroundings of private or public institutions
Sidewalks and street gutters Section 1 Prohibited Act Section 2 c)Littering outside the premises of residential and commercial establishments
d)Dumping of construction wastes or debris in any part of the road which may impede vehicular or pedestrian traffic
g)Entering into a contract or offer the services for a fee for the disposal of domestic waste
Unless authorized by LGU or homeowners’ associations in private subdivisions to propagate reduction, recycling and reuse of waste.
h)Displaying any kind of billboards, signs posters, streamers, and other visual clutters
Road, sidewalk, center island, posts, trees, parks and open
space Conduct and Time of Inspection Section 3 Penalties Section 4 Special Provisions Section 5 Strict implementation and supervision by MMDA
Regular inspection of residential, commercial establishments
Daily from 7:00 o’clock a.m. to 9:00 0’clock a.m. and then from 5:00 o’clock p.m. a.) Violation (a), (c), (e), and (f) sec.2
500php/community service 1 day
b.) Violation (b), (d), (g) and (h) sec.2
1,000php/ community service 3 days Illegal dumping of waste
Hauling fee 200php per cubic meter
Towing fee 1,500 php Disposition of Fines a.)The fines collected in violation of this Regulation shall accrue in favor of the following:100% to the Local Government Unit (LGU) if the apprehending officer is under the LGU concerned
50% to the MMDA and 50% to the LGU if the apprehending officer is an MMDA enforcer.
b.)MMDA shall formulate the implementing guidelines/systems of procedure relative Section 7 Coverage This Regulation shall apply to all cities and municipalities of Metropolitan Manila Section 6 Section8 Section 9 Section 10 Separability Cause Repealing Cause Effectivity Any portion of this Regulation which may be declared unconstitutional or invalid by Court shall not affect or invalidate the other provisions or portions of this Regulation. This regulation shall be in support of and will not in any manner repeal amend nor modify any existing local ordinance on anti-littering in Metropolitan Manila. This Regulation shall take effect fifteen (15) days after its publication in two (2) newspapers of general circulation in Metropolitan Manila. e) Littering in public utility vehicles
f) Littering any kind of form of waste on any part of the road by the owners, operators of public conveyance, trucks, and other commercial and transportation facilities Regulation No. 99-006 Amendment to Regulation No. 96-009 Differentiate "dumping" from "littering"
Determine imposable penalties
How to immediately dispose junk vehicles Section 1 Definition of Terms Dumping
To indiscriminately throw or empty-out or unload refuse/waste of more than 1 cubic foot from a dwelling unit, building, or office into an area not designated for such
Littering
To make a place untidy Section 2 Prohibited Act Paragraph D
It is unlawful to place construction materials without permit from MMDA or LGU that may obstruct traffic
Owners are given 10 DAYS to remove junk/abandoned vehicles; otherwise vehicles may be towed and sold in a public bidding on “as is where is” basis
Paragraph I
It is unlawful to throw out waste of more than 1 cubic foot in a heap or mass
Paragraph J
It is unlawful not to clean and maintain cleanliness of their respective places; must see to it that pest and vermin control is regularly done Section 3 Conduct and Time Section 4 Penalties Regular inspection may be conducted daily from 7:00 am- 5:00 pm Prohibited Acts under Section 2, paragraph (i): PhP 1,000 or community service of 3 days
Failure to pay the administrative fine, appropriate case(s) shall be filed with appropriate court, and upon conviction: PhP 2,000 or imprisonment of 7 days to 1 month
Prohibited Acts under Section 2, paragraph (j):PhP 500 or community service of one (1) day.
Failure to pay the administrative fine, appropriate case(s) shall be filed with appropriate court, and upon conviction:PhP 1,000 or imprisonment of three (3) days to seven (7) days Ensure urban protection from solid waste
Control population brought about by solid waste, which are not properly segregated, collected and disposed.
Promotes and safeguards the health and sanitation of residence and communities in metro manila and reduces solid waste at its scope. Section 1 Scope of Ordinance Objectives of Policy Shall be applied within Metro Manila only
Sectors or groups that generate solid waste such as the "households, firms, commercial or business establishments, institutions, occupants, owners, tenants, lessees of industrial establishments, refuse, collectors, disposal area operators and junk dealers, private scavengers and all other persons generating, accumulating, storing, collecting, transporting, processing, treating, utilizing, and disposing refuse or other waste material in Metro Manila Sanitary Requirements For Segregation/Storage Section 3 Sanitary Requirements for the Collection of Solid Waste Section 4 Tree trimmings (Bundles of convenient weight and size: 1.20 meters)
Ashes (Plastic, metal or equivalent containers with covers)
Broken glasses and other sharp objects(Hard cardboard with tie)
Soiled food, beverage tin cans, bottles and other washable containers(Washed and dried)
Solid waste(Encourage households and establishments: recycling and composting)
Discourage burning
Name and address of the establishments or owners(Written) Sanitary Requirements for the Transportation of Solid Waste Garbage collectors
Proper uniform, identification card, health card, and a personal protective paraphernalia
Undergo annual medical check-up
Not collect solid waste not properly sorted and segregated.
Return all empty containers to the owners with care. Garbage Trucks
2 compartments
GREEN: Biodegradable
BLACK: Non-biodegradable
If without: Collect on separate schedule
Built-in compactors
Non-biodegradable: Compacted
Biodegradable: Hauled in a special compartment
Hauling body constructed of metal Cover the solid waste.
Not loaded of solid waste that exceed its side wall length
Well painted and sanitized, washed and applied with disinfectant/deodorizer
Name, logo and telephone number of the contractor
Name of the city or municipality being served

Garbage collectors
Load solid waste properly Violations Fines Commercial, institutional, or industrial establishment: President, manager, or person responsible for its operation
Residents of condominiums or apartments:Owner
Homeowners: Head of the household 1st offense: P1,000.00 or community service of two (2) days and a compulsory seminar for one (1) day
2nd offense:P3,000.00 or community service of four (4) days and a seminar for one (1) day
3rd offense:P5,000.00 or community service of six (6) days and a seminar for one (1) day Waste Containers Green
Biodegradable Black
Non-Biodegradable Red
Hazardous Waste Yellow
Pathologic Waste Waste Containers Properly concealed Weight of Containers Placed at a designated place and time for collection Easily lifted and handled without spillage Avoid escape of foul odor and entry of vermin Household: </=7.0 Kg
.Commercial & Institutional establishments : </= 15 Kg Not leave behind spilled contents of any container, or any waste falling out of the garbage truck
Containers placed outside the property line of residents
Scavenging is prohibited
MMDA to give orientation to the collectors on the collection of solid waste in compliance with the requirements of this policy National Eco Program (November 8, 2012) Partnership of DENR, DepEd, and MMDA
Metro Manila’s public school students
Exchange their recyclables for school supplies or even cash
Goal
Have every school establish an ecological solid waste recovery system, thereby reducing solid waste being collected from schools and households
Establishing a form of incentive for managing their solid waste. Search: Cleanest and best solid waste management barangay
(March 20, 2012) The MMDA in partnership with the Metro Manila Mayors’ Spouses Foundation Inc. (MMMSFI)
“Search for Cleanest and Best in Solid Waste Management Barangay”in Metro Manila
Aims to encourage all barangays in the metropolis to maintain and sustain cleanliness in their areas
One winner will be declared for each category
P1 million cash prize and a plaque of recognition to be awarded during the anniversary celebration of MMDA. Estero Blitz Campaign (February 6, 2012) The MMDA called on barangay officials
Discourage the use of plastics and styrofoam packaging
Efforts to reduce, if not eliminate, non-biodegradable wastes clogging the Metro’s drainage canals, creeks, and other waterways.
Cleanup aimed at cleaning estuaries and creeks in the metropolis of garbage and other debris
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