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  1. 1. Environmental Management Plan Reinier Jewel Rod C. Acorda Gary Jeff Arao Christian B. Ordillos Ian Dave A. Sagayaga Dominic Jay L. Sunga
  2. 2. SLAUGHTER HOUSE CONTRACTOR ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT PLAN A slaughterhouse is a place where animals are butchered for consumption as food. We are implementing slaughter house because of the following: A) To ensure the safety of the slaughtered animals and to ensure it is free of diseases which threaten the health of the consumer.
  3. 3. Continuation • B) Pollution control during the (slaughter, preparation and processing) of carcasses in a clean safe healthy environment. • C) To full the conditions of environmental sanitation by proper dealing.
  4. 4. Site of buildings for slaughtering house • The slaughterhouse should be situated away from residential areas. • Access for animals - either by road, rail and/or stock route - must be assured. The slaughterhouse should be located in areas where flooding is impossible. The area of our proposed project will be 300squaremeters but there should be a reasonable relationship between the size of slaughter facilities and the number of animals to be killed. •
  5. 5. Buildings / facilities • The floor must be hard, smooth and impervious, sloping sufficiently towards a drain thus allowing cleaning with water. Walls, if any, may be made of local construction materials. In certain dry areas walls are not necessary. Materials, which can be cleaned by water, are recommended, e.g. stone, lava blocks, bricks or concrete. Roofs, if any, may be constructed of materials available (tiles, corrugated iron, asbestos or aluminium).
  6. 6. Equipment • Equipment such as tables, hooks and machines, etc. should be that it is easy to dismantle or remove to facilitate cleaning and that it should be made of non- corrosive materials.
  7. 7. Location: LIBAG NORTE, TUGUEGARAO CITY
  8. 8. ACTIVITIES IMPACT MITIGATION ENVIRONMENTAL LAW 1. Clearing of Area, Cutting of Trees, Cleaning the surrounding which includes burning of waste -Noise to the environment -Global warming or Greenhouse effect -It pollutes the air -It increases the risk of flood -Reforestation ( planting of trees as the substitute ) -Proper waste disposal ( compose pit ) -Implement 3r’s - PD 953 AND 1153(Law -EO 23(Anti-Illegal Logg -PD 825(Prohibits the Im -RA 8749(Prohibits the
  9. 9. ACTIVITIES IMPACT MITIGATION ENVIRONMENTAL LAW 2. Construction of the building -Disturbance due to noise of the machines -Accidents due to falling debris -Make warning signs - Shutting down noisy equipment when not needed. - PD1152(Philippine Env - RA 6541(National Build
  10. 10. ACTIVITIES IMPACT MITIGATION ENVIRONMENTAL LAW 3. Production Butchering -Disturbances due to noise by the animals -Air pollution It may produce unwanted odours to the environment -Time management Use a device to barricade the area -PD 953 AND 1153(Laws -PD 825(Prohibits the Imp -RA 8749(Prohibits the Im
  11. 11. ACTIVITIES IMPACT MITIGATION ENVIRONMENTAL LAW 4. Transportation Distribution of finish products to the market - Increases air pollution - Can cause unwanted additional noise - Can contribute to traffic - Detour or use alternative routes If possible, lessen truck usage - Schedules should be properly organize and it should be effective - RA 4136(Land Tran - PD 1152(Philippine Environmental Policy) - RA 8749 (The Philippine Clean Air Act of 1999)
  12. 12. ACTIVITIES IMPACT MITIGATION ENVIRONMENTAL LAW 5. Waste Disposal - It increases greenhouse gases and global warming - Air and water pollution - It can cause health problems - It lessens the fertility of the soil - Proper waste disposal - Avoid burning waste materials - Implement 3r’s - PD 825(Prohibits the Improper Disposal of Garbage) - RA 9729(Climate Chang - RA 8749(The Philippine Clean Air Act of 1999) - PD 856(Sanitation Code - PD 984(pollution Contro - PD 600(Water Pollution C
  13. 13. RECOMMENDATION: • The area should be located away from residential areas. • If animals are killed in the facility all blood should be caught separately and either used, rendered or taken to a treatment facility.
  14. 14. RECOMMENDATION: • Proper fencing to prevent access of unauthorized persons, the public, dogs and other animals fencing must be erected around the slaughterhouse area. The fencing should have contact with the ground at the lower edge and should be high enough to prevent access to the grounds. • Use an onsite septic system to treat the wastewater.
  15. 15. CONCLUSION: The proposed project will be successful. Since it is an open area and away from residential houses. And also one good factor will be it is located along the highway and transportation may not be a problem.
  16. 16. • carcasses -the dead body of an animal. Back
  17. 17. impervious -not allowing fluid to pass through. back
  18. 18. PD 953 • REQUIRING THE PLANTING OF TREES IN CERTAIN PLACES AND PENALIZING UN AUTHORIZED CUTTING, DESTRUCTION, DAMAGING AND INJURING OF CERTAIN TREES, PLANTS, AND VEGETATION. Back BAck2
  19. 19. Eo 23 • DECLARING A MORATORIUM ON THE CUTTING AND HARVESTING OF TIMBER IN THE NATURAL AND RESIDUAL FORESTS AND CREATING THE ANTI-ILLEGAL LOGGING TASK FORCE Back
  20. 20. PRESIDENTIAL DECREE No. 825 November 7, 1975 • PROVIDING PENALTY FOR IMPROPER DISPOSAL OF GARBAGE AND OTHER FORMS OF UNCLEANLINESS AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES Back
  21. 21. RA 8749 "Philippine Clean Air Act of 1999" / An act providing for a Comprehensive Air Pollution Control Policy and for Other Purposes” Back BAck2
  22. 22. PRESIDENTIAL DECREE No. 1152 • - defines the policy objectives and the strategies for the various aspects of environmental management, such as air and water quality management, natural source development, land management, and waste management. It launches a comprehensive national program of environmental protection and management, with reference to policies and standards of noise, air quality, water quality, classification of water and waste management. BACK back2
  23. 23. • REPUBLIC ACT NO. 6541 AN ACT TO ORDAIN AND INSTITUTE A NATIONAL BUILDING CODE OF THE PHILIPPINES back2 BACK
  24. 24. • P.D. 856 – Sanitation Code - places the responsibility in the local government units for he solid waste management in his area of production. back1 back2
  25. 25. • REPUBLIC ACT No. 4136 AN ACT TO COMPILE THE LAWS RELATIVE TO LAND TRANSPORTATION AND TRAFFIC RULES, TO CREATE A LAND TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES back
  26. 26. REPUBLIC ACT NO. 9729 - also known as the Climate Change Act of 2009. - an act mainstreaming climate change into government policy formulations, establishing the framework strategy and program on climate change, creating for this purpose the climate change commission, and for other purposes. back
  27. 27. PRESIDENTIAL DECREE NO. 984 • KNOWN AS THE POLLUTION CONTROL LAW back
  28. 28. PRESIDENTIAL DECREE No. 600 December 9, 1974 • PREVENTION AND CONTROL OF MARINE POLLUTION back
  29. 29. A septic system is a highly efficient, self- contained, underground wastewater treatmentsystem.

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