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Chapter III

Current Solid Waste Management Conditions

3.1 INSTITUTIONAL ARRANGEMENTS

Local Executive No. 79, Series of 2004, created the Iligan City Solid Waste
Management Board and the composition of Technical Working Committees (TWC) with
its members based on Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR)
Implementing Rules and Regulations, to make it more effective in its task as envisioned
by Republic Act No. 9003 for the installation of Central MRCF.

Figure 3.1 Organizational Chart of Iligan City Solid Waste Management System

Mayor Lawrence Ll. Cruz


Chairman

Engr. BENJAMIN QUITOS


Project Manager Officer/
Action Officer

Coun. CHONILO O. RUIZ


Vice- Chairman

PACIFICADOR LLUCH
City Administrator
Coun. BERNARD PACAÑA MELES SAMPORNA
ABC President Public Service Division DILG- Director
Jerry A. Saripada

KAG. HANNAH QUIJANO .FRANKLIN MAATA MAMACAYA M. LUCMAN


SK- Federation City Engineer CENRO

PRES. JUNKYARD .JOEL S. HALIBAS LINDA BONIAO


OWNER SSOCIATION OIC, CEMO-Head DTI

Table3.1 List Of Agencies Of IliganGIL


City That Handle Solid ROLANDO
R. BALONDO Waste Management
G. CAMBANGAY
CPDO NGO-Guevara Foundation
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LIST Function / Responsibilities


PRMDP- AusAid - Prepared Solid waste management program in the
Component selection of MRF-SLF (yr.2000).

LGU:
DILG - Initiate the directive responsibilities for
implementation of R.A. 9003 SWM on its legal basis.

ICSWMB - To prepare and implement the 10 years SWM plan,


through the Technical Working Committee (TWC)
participations. Review and recommend all ordinances
to the Sangguniang Panlunsod

CEMO - Office responsible to monitor the operations of the


open dumpsite. Provide assistance to the Board and
City Government in all aspects and phases of the
project in accordance with its mandate.

CEO - Prepare all detailed engineering plans for the central


MRCF project and Pilot-MRF.

PSD - Basic services on garbage collection and Transfer.

LEGAL OFFICE - Lead office for the expropriation of the project site and
other legal matters.

IEC - Information and Education, Campaign for SWM


system.

CPDO - City Planning and Development projects profiles on


SWM-MRF system.

CDLO - Cooperative Developments and Livelihood Office for


SWM system.

DENR - Issue ECC, NTP, and conduct the geo- hazard


Assessment evaluation

OTHER OFFICES

NGO’s:

GUEVARRA FDN AND - Undertaken responsibilities for the mobilization of


HOPE FOR CHANGE barangay MRF and IEC – SWM programs.
3.2 INVENTORY OF EQUIPMENTS AND PERSONNEL
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A. VEHICLES

TABLE 3.2 Inventory of Vehicles for Iligan City Solid Waste Collection
Plate Trips/Day Total
Model/ Vehicle capacity
no. No. of Per Unit Daily
Type of Unit Year Condition
Units CAP.
acquired
Cu.m. Tons (tons)
Compactor 9C-494 HINO/1993 4 8 4.8 4 77 Running
Truck 9C-495 - condition
9C-496 -
9c- 651 -
Compactor 9C-688 HINO / 1 8 4.8 4 (19) Non-
Truck 1998 operation for
repair
Compactor 9C-498 Mitsubishi 1 5 3 4 12 Converted to
Truck /1993 dump truck
Operating
Compactor PBK900 HINO/1993 (1) 5 3 4 Zero Non-
Truck operational
Scrap
Dump Truck 9C-499 HINO/1993 2 8 2.8 4 22 Running
9C-500 condition
Dump Truck 9C-191 Nissan 2 8 2.8 4 22 Running
9C-269 1998 condition
TOTAL 10 153
Source of Data: Public Services Division (PSD)- August 30, 2005

The total collecting fleet of Public Services Division (PSD) is 10 units as shown
in Table3.2. Only 9 units are in running condition because one (1) dump truck is for
repair in order to extend its use to 2-3 years. The present total collection is assessed at
150 to 250 metric tons per day depending on the season and density of the waste is 0.6-
tons/cu.m. (Seetable3.6) at 85% collection efficiency is assumed.
The operation of the operating fleet is 2shifts (Morning/Afternoon) per day, 2
trips per shift for 7 days a week. The manning of the units consist of driver plus the
collectors as follows: 2-3 collectors for compactor truck and 4-5 collectors for dump
trucks, the actual number of collectors need to be varied to suit loading conditions of the
trucks.

B. PERSONNEL

TABLE3.3 Inventory of Personnel assigned at Public Services Division


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Number of Position/Designation Employment Status


Personnel Regular Casual
1 • Public Services Officer IV 1 -
2 • Labor General Foreman 2 -
5 • Officer Personnel 5 -
181 • Collection Operations 107 74
Metro Aide
- Casuals
15 ∞ Repair and Maintenance 3 12
8 1 7
∞ Dumpsite Watchman
3 - 3
4 ∞ Utility 2 2
∞ Monitoring
219 121 98

Data sources: Public Services Division, August 30, 2005

The responsible organization for solid waste management in Iligan City is the
Public Services Division under the City Mayor’s Office and with the directives of the
City Office personnel whose task includes the operation and maintenance of the open
dumpsite at Barangay Santiago. The organization has suffered problems with permanent
positions unfilled. Nevertheless, it has been particularly innovative in utilizing
competent casual staff to plan and operate a reasonable level of service. However, this
gravely affects the continuity of service since in some instances; the casual staffs are
change on a monthly basis.
It’s OPERATING FUNDS for year 2005 is P 22.299 million. It has a total of 98
casuals and 121 regular personnel as shown in above Table3.3.

3.3 CURRENT COLLECTION SYSTEM


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The city is not collecting the domestic waste emanating from various industries as
PRMDP reports because they have their own Solid Waste Management System.
However latest monitoring and survey from CEMO/ICSWMB found out that there is
collection scheduled of City-PSD Office.
Presently, the Public Service Division (PSD) is responsible in the collection of
garbage waste for the 29 coastal or urban barangays. The estimated capacity of
unsegregated waste generated from this populated barangay is 163.6 tons/day
(assumptions: Urban/coastal population of 278,892 at 0.69 Kg./capita-person-day, 85%
collection efficiency and assumed garbage density loose of 500Kg/m3) see table 3.6
MSW GENERATION.
The activity of household waste collection system for mixed waste with
recyclable and/or recoverable materials are “pick-up” by the garbage collector usually
leave/hang waste placed in plastic bags, sacks, boxes or bins near the gate. These left
materials are being collected either segregated or not-segregated. During the collection in
households, the collectors usually sort out the saleable, recyclables/recoverable garbage
or additional earnings. This practice can greatly help the waste reduction program of the
City considering that 9 garbage trucks with collectors are operating daily.

3.4 PROCESSING FACILITIES

Processing waste such as Material Recovery Facilities and Composting facilities


was conceptualized designed at Brgy. Tominobo Sanitary Land Fill (PRMDP: Iligan City
Solid Waste Master Plan yr. 2000) but unfortunately was not undertaken because of
higher budget assessment cost. Relatively, plans on Solid Waste Management system in
Iligan City until recently has been initiated through the City Mayor institutionalizations
together with the implementing staff of ICSWMB –TWC for the installation of central
Material Recovery and Composting Facility plan at Barangay Bonbonon and the
establishment of Pilot MRF at Brgy. Del Carmen. The Brgy. Luinab has active
participation and mobilization of Material Recovery Facility (BMRF) in handling waste
in advanced for the compliance of the act to reduced, re-used, recycled and composting.
The Brgy. Ma. Christina have encourage to re produce item out of recyclable items and
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Buru-un have also started the activity on SWM-BMRF facilitated with the Guevara
Foundations-NGO’s, where as such Transfer station facilities shall have been initiated
before it will reach to final disposal.
Processing facilities for the recyclable and/or recovered materials are being
managed and sell out by the junk store as the buyback proponent. List of Junkshop
Processing Facility in Iligan City is shown in Table 3.7. Junk shops and processing
industry facility like Global & Billet are efforts on recycling to minimized waste.

3.5 FINAL DISPOSAL

• Domestic Waste
Iligan City is utilizing an open dumpsite at Brgy. Santiago since commenced in
1973 operation. It is a marshy area covering of about ten (10) hectare and located 3.5
km. closer to the Poblacion city proper. The land area is almost filled up with garbage
and encroached. Informal housing is flourishing on the reclaimed area. Including the
scavengers are prevailing on –site for livelihood. The sources of waste materials are
coming from the two public markets, household residents of 29 urban barangays,
institutions and commercials. Figure 1 Location Map of Active Dumpsite is shown.
Estimated garbage waste disposed ranges 150 to 250 tons/day about 200 to 300 cu.m.
(Source: PSD, PRMDP)

• Special & Hazardous Waste


The hospital infectious hazardous wastes are being disposed of onsite disposal
system and require a more appropriate collection, only domestic waste are being
collected by city-PSD (see Table 3.8 Health Care Waste). Industrial waste treatment and
collection facilities of special wastes are provided by the industry SWM system as EIS
compliance of DENR (Shown table 3. 9 Industrial Waste Pollution Control).

Table 3.4: 29-Rural Barangay Serviced by the Public Service Division as of 2006
For Estimated No. Of Household
SCHEDULES Frequency
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Service Area Number Distance A.M. Shift P.M. Shift


of frm. The (4 – 12) (1- 5)
City
Household proper
(Km.)
1. Acmac 1,143 9 MWF 3 times / week
2. Bagong Silang 1,449 3.5 MWF 3 times / week
3. Buru-un 2,560 8.8 TTH 2 times / week
4. Dalipuga 3,096 12.15 MWF 3 times / week
5. Del Carmen 1,650 3 MWF (6 – 2) 3 times / week
6. Hinaplanon 3,108 4.2 Tues./Frid. 2 times / week
7. Kiwalan 1,343 9.5 MWF 3 times / week
8. Luinab 1,199 5.5 MWF (3-6) 3 times / week
9. Mahayahay 2,214 1.2 DAILY T-TH Daily
10. Ma.Christina 2,266 9.5 T-TH 2 times / week
11. Pala-o 2,036 2.5 Daily M-F (interior) Daily
12. Poblacion 1,271 - Daily Daily
13. San Miguel 1,095 2.75 MWF 3 times / week
14. San Roque 687 6.5 T-TH 2 times / week
15. Santiago 1,531 2.8 Daily Daily
16. Saray-Tibanga 3,039 1.3 Daily Daily
17. Sta. Elena 998 6 MWF 3 times / week
18. Sta.Felomena 1,494 7.8 T-TH 2 times / week
19. Sto. Rosario 538 3 MWF 3 times / week
20. 20.Suarez 3,528 8.5 Have their own disposal site
21. Tambacan 2,573 1.9 Daily 5 times / week
22. Tibanga 2,092 2.5 Daily M-F Daily
23. Tipanoy 2,010 3.5 T-TH-S 3 times / week
24. Tomas Cabili 1,974 3.3 Daily 5 times / week
25. Tubod 6,427 2.1 T-TH-S 3 times / week
26. Ubaldo Laya 1,751 1.5 Daily T-TH Daily
27. UpHinaplanon 1,238 5.5 T-TH 2 times / week
28. Tominobo 333 9 T-TH 2 times / week
29. Villaverde 1,716 1 T-TH 2 times / week
Tot. no. Household 56,359
% of the tot. no.
Household 86 %
Sources: PSD, CPDO
* Changes of Schedule may vary due to repair and maintenance of garbage truck.
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Table 3.5 Population Serviced And Estimated MSW Generation of 29 Urban


Barangay

Projected Waste Estimated S.W. Estimated YEARLY


Population Generation Generation Waste (TPY)
YEAR
Service Area per (TPD) Collection
(1) Capita-day (3) TPD
(2) (4)
2000 243,037 0.69 167.7 142.5 52,027.5
2001 248,675 0.69 171.6 145.8 53,234.6
2002 254,445 0.69 175.6 149.2 54,469.6
2003 260,348 0.69 179.6 152.7 55,733.3
2004 266,388 0.69 183.8 156.2 57,026.3
2005 272,568 0.69 188.1 159.9 58,349.3
2006 278,892 0.69 192.4 163.6 59,703.0
2007 285,362 0.69 196.9 167.4 61,088.2
2008 291,982 0.69 201.5 171.2 62,505.4
2009 298,756 0.69 206.1 175.2 63,955.5
2010 305,688 0.69 210.9 179.3 65,439.3
2011 312,779 0.69 215.8 183.4 66,957.5
2012 320,036 0.69 220.8 187.7 68,510.9
2013 327,461 0.69 225.9 192.1 70,100.3
2014 335,058 0.69 231.2 196.5 71,726.7
2015 342,831 0.69 236.6 201.1 73,390.7
2016 350,785 0.69 242.0 205.7 75,093.4
2017 358,923 0.69 247.7 210.5 76,835.6
2018 367,250 0.69 253.4 215.4 78,618.2
2019 375,770 0.69 259.3 220.4 80,442.1
2020 384,488 0.69 265.3 225.5 82,308.4
2021 393,408 0.69 271.5 230.7 84,217.9
Source: PSD, CPDO, ICSWMB-F.S SWM
Note: * (1) Assumed growth rate 2.32 covering 29Urban Barangay as of yr. 2000
(2) Basis of 0.69 Kg./ capita /person /day Waste generation. (PRMDP: SW- Master Plan)
(3) Assumed Garbage Density is 0.5 Tons per m3
(4) Assumed Collection Efficiency 85%
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Table 3.6-PROJECTED MSW GENERATION OF ESTIMATED POPULATION


of 29 BARANGAY in ILIGAN CITY for ICSWMP
Projected Waste Estimated Estimated Assumed Total Mixed Waste
Population Generation S.W. Waste Waste
YEAR
Service per Generation Collection Reduction DAILY YEARLY
Area Capita-day (TPD) TPD (TPD) (TPY)
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5)
2000 243,037 0.69 167.7 142.5 0 142.5 52028
2001 248,675 0.69 171.6 145.8 0 145.8 53235
2002 254,445 0.69 175.6 149.2 0 149.2 54470
2003 260,348 0.69 179.6 152.7 0 152.7 55733
2004 266,388 0.69 183.8 156.2 0 156.2 57026
2005 272,568 0.69 188.1 159.9 0 159.9 58349
2006 278,892 0.69 192.4 163.6 0 163.6 59703
2007 285,362 0.69 196.9 167.4 25 125.5 45816
2008 291,982 0.69 201.5 171.2 25 128.4 46879
2009 298,756 0.69 206.1 175.2 25 131.4 47967
2010 305,688 0.69 210.9 179.3 30 125.5 45808
2011 312,779 0.69 215.8 183.4 30 128.4 46870
2012 320,036 0.69 220.8 187.7 30 131.4 47958
2013 327,461 0.69 225.9 192.1 30 134.4 49070
2014 335,058 0.69 231.2 196.5 30 137.6 50209
2015 342,831 0.69 236.6 201.1 30 140.7 51374
2016 350,785 0.69 242.0 205.7 30 144.0 52565
2017 358,923 0.69 247.7 210.5 30 147.4 53785
2018 367,250 0.69 253.4 215.4 30 150.8 55033
2019 375,770 0.69 259.3 220.4 30 154.3 56309
2020 384,488 0.69 265.3 225.5 30 157.9 57616
2021 393,408 0.69 271.5 230.7 30 161.5 58953
Source: PSD, CPDO, ICSWMB Feasibility Study
Note: * (1) Assumed growth rate 2.32 covering 29Urban Barangays as of yr. 2000
(2) Basis of 0.69 Kg./ capita /person /day Waste generation. (PRMDP: SW- Master Plan)
(3) Assumed Garbage Density is 0.5 Tons per m3
(4) Assumed Collection Efficiency 85%
(5) Assumed 25- 30% Reduction in watse in compliance of R.A.9003
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Table 3.7 List of Junk Shops & Market Of Recyclables:


OWNER TRADE NAME ADDRESS
PAYLA, LORNA A. PRK. 4 SANTIAGO
INOLINO, NORBERTO ILIGAN QUEEN JUNK STORE HINAPLANON, TAMBO
F.
INOLINO, JULIET F. METAL ENTERPRISES S. LLUCH ST. POBLACION
MECARSOS, ANTONIO TONY’S JUNK STORE SABAYLE ST. POBLACION
R.
CABUGNASON, PRK. 3 KIWALAN
GILBERT
TINGNE, LUDIVICO T. HIGHWAY JUNK STORE ROXAS AVE. MAHAYAHAY
ERAG, JESSIE C. PRK 1 SANTIAGO
FLORES, JOVELYN G. PRK. 8 SANTIAGO
HIPE, JULITO B. J-HIPS ENTERPRISES PRK 5 CANAWAY TIBANGA
INOLINO, REBE G. R.G.I. JUNKSHOP PRK MABINATI-ON B UBALDO LAYA
BUDLONG KAREN B. PRK 3 BURUUN
TIMOGAN, KIM G. TIMOGA JUNK STORE ZONE 1 PRK 13 BURUUN
CABALLERO, ROMAN KCRIA JUNK STORE PRK 6 BOUGAINVILLA, ACMAC
PEPITO, TERESITA M. PRK. 4 SANTIAGO
JOHN MARK JUNK STORE SABAYLE ST. I.C.
ILIGAN JUNK STORE SABAYLE ST. I.C.
TORRES JUNK STORE ZONE 6, BAGONG SILANG
NARITA RECYCLING PANDAN STA. FELOMENA
CENTER
ERAG JUNK SHOP PRK. 2 BRGY. SANTIAGO
SALVADOR JUNK PRK. 2 BRGY. SANTIAGO
STORE
R.A. FERNAN JUNK ACMAC
SHOP
EMPTY BOTTLE BUYERS
OWNER TRADE NAME ADDRESS
ANDRADA, Stall #379, open space, Palao market
ELIZABETH
LATAZA, MARGARITA Stall # 384 open space Palao market
T.
QUINTANA, LOURDES Stall # 382 open space, Palao market
TAN, BERNALEE E. Stall # 352 open space, Palao Market
TOLEDO, SAMUEL Stall #381, open space, Palao market
EMPTY SACKS BUYERS (Buy & Sell)
OWNER TRADE NAME ADDRESS
BURGOS, SUSANA Stall# 17, textile section, Palao Market
DIMCO, LINA V. Stall# 18, textile section, Palao Market
PAGARIGAN, Stall #3 , OPF Palao Market
TRINIDAD M.
LIVESTOCK BUY & SELL
OWNER TRADE NAME ADDRESS
LAGROSAS, CIRILO C. Megamogs & Cattle Buy & Sell 0131 PRK.14, TIPANOY
MARAMARA, LUCIO ALFMAR ENTERPRISES 2ND EAST EXT. TUBOD
EMMANUEL C.
SURMION, EDUARDO 0025 CNRI SUBD. CAMGUE, T. CABILI
OMANDAM, JOEL Stall # 66 open space, Palao market
Source: CMO- License and Permits Div., ICSWMB/ CEMO Survey
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3.6 INFORMATION, EDUCATION, COMMUNICATION-


IEC CURRENT ACTIVITIES

As part of the ICSWMP, the objective is to launch information and education


campaign to explain the solid waste management plans and programs through the
committee on Information, Education and Communication IEC created an executive
order no. 332 series of 2005. The city initiated comprehensive advocacy campaign for
the implementation of R.A. 9003 in 29 Urban/ coastal Barangays of the City, encouraging
the Clusters of barangay to organize the residents to support the objective of the project
through Individual Barangay Solid Waste Management Committee (BSWMC).
It aims to urge every person to practice solid waste management on the household
and barangay level through advocacy, dissemination, and motivation of IEC activity. To
inform activity will limit 29 barangays to be served by the Central Material Recovery and
Composting Facilities (MRCF). To impart awareness and understanding on the
mandatory provisions of R.A. 9003 which is geared towards implementation of
systematic, comprehensive and ecological solid waste management program for the City.
Current list of activities for IEC- advocacy undertaken are listed below as of 2006.

Table 3.10 List of IEC Activities/ Plans


Activity/ Date Target Audience Message Effectiveness
1.Trainers Training NGO’s, Member on Seminar on IEC Success /
Jan. 12-13,’06 ICSWMB-TWC, MEMBER, achieved
LGU office Orientation member
2.TeamBuilding/ Module NGO’s, Member on Planning Set IEC module
Crafting Workshop ICSWMB-TWC, workshop for target areas
Feb. 16-17,’06 LGU office & work plan
3. Poster-Making / Contest Schools, Institution, SWM: How to Success public
Jan. 2-23,’06 Barangay, Public handle Refuse participation/
Awards scheme
4. Interfacing w/ ABC Barangay captain Info on SWM Courtesy call /
Feb. 9,’06 schedule / Set up info on SWMP
5. Interfacing w/ 28 Brgy. Barangay captain and SWM system Urging Proper
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Councils Councils. advocacy; closure SWM/ INFO on


Feb.10-April 30’06 Brgy. Santiago plan of Brgy. MRCF, up
Santiago Open grading open
dumpsite dump by
covering soil
6. Production of Flyers & Public individuals Picture out SWM; On-going to
Stickers,2006 3R’s /Composting produce 10,000
pcs.
7. Radio Campaign (all Public information SWMP-MRF, On-going
local radio station s) * Segregation, Activity
campaign Spots * Guesting 3R’s, composting
/ Updating,2006
8. TV Campaign, 2006 Public information SWMP-MRCF, On-going
Segregation, Activity
3R’s, composting
9. Campaign by Sector, Market, Church, SWMP-MRCF, Work plan
2006 Commercial Segregation, scheduled,
Establishment, Hospital, 3R’s, composting On-going
Industrial/ Shops Activity
Fish Landing/ Bagsakan
School
Source; ICSWMB: TWC-IEC

3.7 LIVELIHOOD AND MARKETING Activities for


Recyclable

Table 3.11 Livelihood and Marketing Activities/Plans as of 2006


Livelihood Development Marketing
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Action Plan
A. Brgy. Bonbonon A. Brgy. Bonbonon
By December 2006-form two(2) By December 2006- buyer for compost,
Cooperatives non-bio products, recycled items, cut
-Coop raining flower, handicraft, etc., is already
-Financial available (identified).
Recycles (trained on: bagmaking, * Suggestions: 1. Survey of potential market
Slippers, plastic molding, Cut 2. Marketing Summit
flower production, Etc) 3. Recyclers forums
• Non-Bio Segregators( Trained 4. Advertisement (?)
on: Packaging, Segregation) Issue- How to sell the non-bio to the
Training Center Services: Coops (system-pricing-monitoring of sales)
- Recycling - How to convince the farmers to use the
- Slipper making compost product.
- Novelty items Market support in- place by 1st semester of 2007
- Handicrafts for:
- Cut flower production - Compost sales
- Plastic molding - Recycled items /products
- Brick making - Non- bio products
B. Non-bio segregators B. Barangay Santiago
Training needed: Action Plan Time table
- Segregation/ classification of
Livelihood for scavengers (88 Dec. 2006
plastics, papers, metals, persons)could be done thru:
props preparation and - CDLO
packaging of said item, etc… - Consultant
- Third party
Provide:
-Training /Capability Bldg.
- Cooperativized(?)
- initial working capital
- training/capability bldg.
-
C. Training Center C. Other barangay
Services Interested to have
Training needed: Their MRF ( ie. Kiwalan,
• Recycling Luinab, Ma. Cristina,
• Handicrafts San Miguel)
• backyard composting -Same above
• Segregation -Livelihood /training
• Cut flower production Assistance
st
by
1 semester of 2007(?)
• etc.

D. Butterfly Farm/ Market support in-placed by


Nursery 1st semester of 2007 for
Training Needed: • Compost
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Operation of butterfly farm • Recyclable item


Caring for butterflies • Non-bio products
Marketing
Packaging
Source: ICSWMB-TWC on Livelihood & Marketing: CDLO