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1 SOLID WASTE AND ENVIRONMENTAL PROGRAMS MARIKINA CITY

2 WASTE MANAGEMENT OFFICE- a department created by the City council in 1995 to implement solid waste management programs. 2008 – renaming WMO to CEMO COVERAGE: 16 barangays, estimated 496,205 population, 21.5 sq. kms in area, estimated 800 cubic meters daily volume of garbage  BACKGROUND INFORMATION

3 MANNER OF COLLECTION  DOOR TO DOOR  ROUTES ARE FOLLOWED CODED AS TO WHERE BARANGAY A STREET IS LOCATED  FREQUENCY: 2 x/week = nabubulok 1 x/week = di-nabubulok color coded “panali” is required i.e., pink for the di-nabubulok and green for the nabubulok.

4 WASTE CHARACTERIZATION  As of November 2010 Paper – 16% glass – 2% Metal – 3% plastic – 29% organic – 44% Inorganic –5% Hazardous – 0.3% Special – 0.7%

5 WASTE DIVERSION  Recyclables recovery thru MRF and Eco Savers Program (school-based)  Segregation and delivery of all tires and rubber wastes to a cement factory  Segregation and delivery of waste coco husks and tree cuttings to Marikina Composting Facility and to a paper mill/to charcoal maker  Reuse of demolition and construction debris as backfilling materials  Operation of Buyback center/Balik-Baterya  Operation of Barangay MRF’s  Separate collection and sale of used cooking oil for diesel making

6 ENFORCEMENT  PENALTY FOR IMPROPER DISPOSAL = P2,000.00 or 20-hr. community service or blood donation  PENALTY FOR UNSEGREGATED WASTES= P2,000.00 and non collection  PENALTY FOR LITTERING =P500/pc. (25% of the fine goes to the apprehending person)  PENALTY FOR BURNING GARBAGE=P2,000  A SANITATION CITATION TICKET IS ISSUED TO A VIOLATOR.

7 ENVIRONMENTAL PROJECTS  Continuing greening programs under the Parks Development Office  Continuing development of the river park  Bikeways program  10 MLD STP by MWCI at barangay IVC  Septage management program in coordination with MWCI  anti-smoke belching operations

8 ENFORCEMENT

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10 DUST-FREE MARIKINA PROGRAM

11 GARBAGE TRANSFER STATION

12 BUY BACK CENTER

13 OTHER PROGRAMS  Segregation, separate collection and recovery of used cooking oil  Segregation, separate collection and recovery of used batteries  Technical assistance to barangays to help them comply with RA 9003  Air monitoring (TSP & PM10)  Organic garden

14 ECO-SAVERS PROGRAM - Why Eco Savers? -We want every participant a saver of ecological system by being aware of sound environmental practices. - We want to enlist ecological management practitioners from the households  - We want to encourage economic savings through recycling of garbage

15 ECO-SAVERS PASSBOOK

16 ECO-DAY (SCHOOL)

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18 ECO-SAVERS PASSBOOK

19 ECO-SAVERS BUS

20 REDEMPTION (SCHOOL)

21 ECO-SAVERS PROGRAM SCHOOL YEAR RECYCLABLES RECOVERED (kgs.) BOTTLES (pcs.) PESO VALUE 2004-2005324,881.12331,4671,371,317.42 2005-2006348,908.20309,1831,201,894.71 2006-2007312,012.44266,0881,421,349.10 2007-2008359,880.00268,4791,771,027.68 2008-2009383,983.32257,0701,793,479.59 2009-2010193,050.93138,428692,611.92

22 ECO-SAVERS PROGRAM RECOVERED RECYCLABLES ( SY 2004-2010) QTY. ( kgs. / tons ) WHAT YOU USE TO PRODUCE WHAT YOU USE WHEN RECYCLE SAVED / NOT RELEASED PAPER 985,288.03 kgs.. / 985.29 tons 16,749 mature trees 23,646,960 gallons of water 1,202,290 lbs. CO2 released 0 trees 9,928,800 gallons of water 876,650 lbs. CO2 released 16,749 mature trees 13,711,200 gallons of water 325,640 lbs. CO2 not released PLASTIC 386,759.06 kgs. / 386,76 tons 264,930.6 gallons of oil 2,233,152.24 kwh energy 0 gallon of oil 268,024.68 kwh energy 264,930.06 gallons of oil 1,965,127.56 kwh energy BOTTLES 1,570,724 pcs. 1,570.72 tons 2,089,062.92 lbs. of sand 692,687.52 lbs. CO2 released 0 sand 1,617.84 lbs. CO2 released 2,089,062.92 lbs. of sand 691,069.68 lbs.CO2 not released

23 GALING POOK AWARDEE 2007

24 MARIKINA COMPOSTING FACILITY

25 BIOREACTOR

26 6,000 liters Rainwater Harvesting 4” Dia. Existing Downspout 8’th Storey Marikina Sports Building (rainwater harvesting) 2 nd Flr. Toilet Room

27 RAINWATER HARVESTING SYSTEM PARTS 7.Ceramic/ Clay Filter Clay Filter Ceramic/Clay Filter in 20 Liter Container = 4 liters/hr. 8. Mineral Stones

28 RAINWATER HARVESTING SYSTEM 5. Mineral Stone inside 6. Filter

29 RAINWATER HARVESTING SYSTEM 3. 6,000 Liters Rainwater Harvesting Module ( 6 sets - 4 x 55 Gallons P.E. Module ( 6 sets - 4 x 55 Gallons P.E. Tanks with steel platform) Tanks with steel platform)

30 RAINWATER HARVESTING SYSTEM 2. Filter Screen 1. Rainwash Water Diverter

31 RAINWATER HARVESTING SYSTEM 5. Mineral Stone inside 6. Filter

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33 MGA PROYEKTONG BINIGYAN NG AGARANG SOLUSYON AT PRAYORIDAD ESTERO CANAL SQUATTERS EASEMENT

34 MATAPOS MAISAAYOS ANG MGA KANAL,ESTERO EASEMENT AT MGA ISKWATER

35 ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING A SEPTAGE AND SEWAGE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM IN MARIKINA CITY NAGLUNSAD ANG PAMAHALAANG LUNGSOD NG MARIKINA NG ‘’PROGRAMANG TODO SIPSIP ‘’ BILANG PAGTUGON SA ORDINANSA NAKIPAG UGNAYAN ANG PAMAHALAANG LUNGSOD SA MANILA WATER COMPANY UPANG MAGKAROON LIBRENG SIPSIP NG POSO NEGRO ANG BAWAT ISTRAKTURA NA GUMAGAMIT NG TUBIG MULA SA MANILA WATER.

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37 Ordinance 69,Section 5.1 MAINTENANCE / DESLUDGING OF SEPTIC TANKS ANG PAGPAPASIPSIP NG POSO NEGRO KADA 3 – 5 TAON AY MALAKING TULONG UPANG DI MAKONTAMINA ANG ATING ILOG AT MGA KATUBIGAN.

38 PALATANDAAN NA ANG RESIDENTE AY SUMAILALIM NA SA PROGRAMA NG ‘’ TODO SIPSIP PROGRAM’’ TODO SIPSIP STICKER

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