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  1. 1. PRESENTATION ON SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENTPROGRAM OF MANDAUE CITY
  2. 2. The City of Mandaue received the “GAWAD PANGULO SA KAPALIGIRAN AWARD” for two consecutive years, year 2000-2001 being the “MOST CLEANEST AND GREENEST CITY” in the highly urbanize city category.
  3. 3. OBJECTIVETo monitor, coordinate, facilitate, and provide assistance in thedevelopment and implementation of an improved solid waste management program in the City of Mandaue.
  4. 4. What kind of transformation do I want to see in mycountry, in the face of this planetary crisis?
  5. 5. What is Climate Change? TheGreenhouse Effect
  6. 6. Climate ChangeMeans..... Less harvest, Less catch fish, Less food on the table. More droughts and floods, More typhoons and landslides, More diseases, More properties destroyed,
  7. 7. A Flash flood struck Ormoc City (Leyte) on November 5, 1991 Landslides in Guinsaugon, Leyte, Philippine -killing approximately 8000 people. -more than 200 people died including children Philippine army soldiers dig in continued search and rescue efforts.
  8. 8. Typhoon Sendong Devastation December 17, 2012 -killing approximately 2000 people. Negros Oriental Cagayan de Oro City Iligan City
  9. 9. Human activitiesare causing accelerated climate change
  10. 10. Concentrations ofgreenhouse gases inthe atmosphere on the rise
  11. 11. The changes are happening at a ratefaster than ever…
  12. 12. climatechangeimpactsare accelerating
  13. 13. The earth is melting EARTH IS MELTING
  14. 14. PERU GLACIER
  15. 15. NORTH POLE
  16. 16. CORALREEFS
  17. 17. FISH KILL
  18. 18. Typhoons Stronger Wetter UnpredictableMore people at risk
  19. 19. Typhoon Ondoy TYPHOON ONDOY
  20. 20. SNOW STORM
  21. 21. SAND STORM
  22. 22. TYPHOON
  23. 23. TORNADO
  24. 24. We are in the “eye of the perfect storm”.
  25. 25. WHY is this happening to usWHAT awaits us in the future
  26. 26. Can westopthe plunder of our environment–the very source of our LIFE
  27. 27. Can we do it
  28. 28. Yes We CAN....!
  29. 29. The solutions are …
  30. 30. in our hands…
  31. 31. Pursuegenuinesustainabledevelopment
  32. 32. WE MUST PROTECT OUR PEOPLEOUR ENVIRONMENT OUR FUTURE
  33. 33. Protect our seas.
  34. 34. Protect our forests.
  35. 35. Promote love for nature.
  36. 36. Do you want to see positivechange in this world?
  37. 37. Plant and Grow
  38. 38. Our actions today will shape our future.
  39. 39. R.A. 9003, ECO-WASTE MANAGEMENT LAW Principally, RA 9003 mandates the segregation of wastes at source collection and transfer and prioritizes the wide dissemination and adoption of measures for waste reduction, resource recovery, recycling, and re-use. Its salient features include: 1. Phasing out of open dumping in favor of sanitary landfills and banning of open burning of solid wastes. Non-segregation of wastes is made illegal. 2. Phasing out of non-recyclable consumer packaging materials and non-biodegradable packaging materials such as plastic bag, styrofoam, and aluminum foil. 3. Mandates the establishment of recycling centers at every barangay nationwide. 4. Calls for the integration of solid waste management concerns in the school curriculum starting in the elementary level. 5. Requires the preparation of 10-year solid waste management plans by all local government units.  http://www.emb.gov.ph/ecowaste/
  40. 40. Status of Mandaue City Dumpsite
  41. 41. DUMPSITE PRIOR TO CLOSURE
  42. 42. DUMPSITE PARTIAL CLOSURE
  43. 43. MANDAUE CITY PROPOSED SANITARY LANDFILL
  44. 44. Mandaue DumpsiteRehabilitation: Survey
  45. 45. Mandaue Dumpsite Rehabilitation: Landfill Excavation
  46. 46. UMAPAD DEVELOPMENT PROJECT 1 HECTARE SANITARY LANDFILL
  47. 47. CLOSURE OF 2 HECTARES EXISTING DUMPSITE
  48. 48. WASHING AREA FOR COMPACTOR
  49. 49. CONSOLACION SANITARY LANDFILL PROPOSEDTEMPORARY DUMPING AREA
  50. 50. Consolacion Sanitary Landfill: Entrance
  51. 51. CELL 1ADMIN.BUILDING LEACHATE POND WEIGHING SCALE
  52. 52. BARANGAY WASTES CATCHMENTCASUNTINGAN MAGUIKAY LOOC CABANCALAN
  53. 53. BARANGAY IN ACTIONCASUNTINGAN CABANCALAN MAGUIKAY LOOC
  54. 54. Dumping of Garbage in the Area Barangay GuizoBEFORE AFTER
  55. 55. Wastes from Mandaue City Household: 139.54 MT Daily Percentage of Household Waste 2%28% Biodegradable Recyclable Residual Special10% 60%
  56. 56. Wastes from Mandaue City Non-Household: 188.13 MT Daily Percentage of Non-household Waste 16% Biodegradable Recyclable Residual 47% 37%
  57. 57. THE CITY OF MANDAUE SOLID WASTE CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK
  58. 58. ENTITIES INVOLVED: SOLID WASTE FLOW Segregation at Source SOURCE: Houses, Industrial & Commercial Areas Non- biodegradable Biodegradable Residual & /Recyclable / Compostable Hazardous Recyclers/ Barangay: Barangay Junkshop MRF City / City Sanitary Municipality Landfill
  59. 59. ASSISTANCE OF THE CITY TO SWMPTURN-OVER OF GARBAGE TRUCKS TURN-OVER OF SHREDDER TO 27 BARANGAYS MACHINES TO 27 BARANGAYS 100,000 FOR CONSTRUCTION OF MRF Proposed Brgy. Subangdaku MRF
  60. 60. BARANGAY MRF CANDUMAN CASILIPAGSABUNAGAN JAGOBIAO
  61. 61. BARANGAY MRF CUBACUB GUIZO IBABAO-ESTANCIAMANTUYONG TABOK ALANG-ALANG
  62. 62. Proposed Technology for Barangay and Waste to Energy Dumpsite GeneratorShredding Machine Plastic To Fuel
  63. 63. Proposed Waste to Energy Facility for City Public Market and City Abattoir DAILY VOLUME METHANE 24.81 (kg) LPG 16.64 (kg) Electricity 168.53 (kwh) Diesel 15.84 (l) Carbon Credits 16.57EFFLUENTSSoil Conditioner 1,500 (l)Pest Repellent 500 (l)AUXILIARYCompost Fertilizer 400(kg) DAILY VOLUME METHANE Electricity 150(kwh) Heating 150(kgs) Organic Soil 1.5 tons
  64. 64. TOTAL DEPUTIZED ECO-WARDENNAME OF BARANGAYS NO. OF ECO-WARDEN 1. Alang-alang 8 2. Bakilid 5 3. Banilad 21 4. Basak 4 5. Cabancalan 5 6. Cambaro 4 7. Canduman 5 8. Casili 3 9. Casuntingan 6 10. Centro 4 11. Cubacub 5 12. Guizo 6 13. Ibabao-Estancia 2
  65. 65. NAME OF BARANGAYS NO. OF ECO-WARDEN 14. Jagobiao 3 15. Labogon 11 16. Looc 12 17. Maguikay 10 18. Mantuyong 9 19. Opao 5 20. Pagsabungan 8 21. Pakna-an 12 22. Subangdaku 9 23. Tabok 11 24. Tawason 4 25. Tipolo 3 26. Tingub 0 27. Umapad 11
  66. 66. 1. BIN (Barangay Intelligence Network) 122. SWMT Enforcer 20 TOTAL 216 TOTAL VIOLATORS APPREHENDED 171 TOTAL PAYMENT MADE TO THE TREASURER’S OFFICE 51,ooo pesos
  67. 67. Responsibilities of Barangays Identify markets for materials that are diverted from disposal facilities through re-use, recycling, and composting, and other environment-friendly methods Enact ordinances that will ensure that sound waste management practices are established and sustained in the community and aid in the implementation and enforce the provisions of RA 9003 such as establishment of Local Solid Waste Management Fund (Local Fund)  Strictly impose sanctions for the violation of environmental rules and ordinances  Impose Fees, through SWM Boards, for collection and segregation of biodegradable, compostable and reusable wastes from households, commerce, other sources of domestic wastes and for the use of barangay MRF’s. Create a Barangay Solid Waste Management Committee Set up a Materials Recovery Facility Collect only biodegradable, recyclable, compostable and reusable wastes.
  68. 68. THE MADAUE CITYSWM ORDINANCE
  69. 69. SWM CONSULTATIONS AND AWARENESS All Barangay Captains meeting with Mayor Jonas Cortes MEETING WITH PRESIDENTS OF URBAN POOR ASSOCIATION MEETING WITH BIN
  70. 70. SEMINAR OF ALL STATION COMMANDERS OF MCPO
  71. 71. BARANGAY ASSEMBLY AWARENESS
  72. 72. BRGY. OPAO ASSEMBLY BRGY. CAMBARO ASSEMBLY BRGY. MANTUYONG BRGY. BANILAD ASSEMBLY ASSEMBLYBRGY. LOOC ASSEMBLY BRGY. PAKNAAN ASSEMBLY
  73. 73. BARANGAY COUNCIL SESSION
  74. 74. BRGY. CABANCALAN SESSION SK FEDERATION SESSIONBRGY. TINGUB SESSION BRGY. UMAPAD SESSION BRGY. ALANG-ALANG SESSION
  75. 75. SWMP SCHOOL AWARENESS
  76. 76. CITY CENTRAL SCHOOL CASILI ELEMENTARY SCHOOLBAKILID ELEMENTARY SCHOOL CABANCALAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
  77. 77. Most social, political, economic, and wastes problemsare human behavioral issues.
  78. 78. Solving the solid waste problemcrisis starts within ourselves from our values.
  79. 79. VALUESC- COOPERATIONA- ATTITUDER- RESPONSIBILITY E-ENVIRONMENTAL DISCIPLINE
  80. 80. RememberOUR ENVIRONMENT
  81. 81. If our current generation of leaders do not respond to the problem, future leaders would find it very very agonizing and it would be close to impossible for them to confront the solid waste problem.
  82. 82. We did not inherit the Earthfrom our ancestors… weborrowed it from our childrenand our children’s children.- Native American Philosophy
  83. 83. “A PROBLEM CANNOT BE SOLVED WITH THE SAME MINDSET THATCREATED THE PROBLEM IN THE FIRST PLACE.” - ALBERT EINSTEIN
  84. 84. When trying to convince people to go green and live green, it is important to tell a story.
  85. 85. “The people who are crazyenough to change the world are the ones who do.” - Apple advertisement
  86. 86. Thank you!Presented by:Engr. Ricardo MendozaSOLID WASTE MANAGEMENTDIRECTOR Mandaue City gaga1mendoza@yahoo.com http://www.climate.gov.ph climatechangecommissioner.blogspot.com

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