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ABSTRACT
Awareness to proper solid waste management has been raise to control the size and
composition of the solid waste the country generated every year. Republic act no. 9003 has
been crafted to respond to this problem. Republic act no. 9003 otherwise known as Ecological
Solid Waste Management of 2002 declares the policy of the state in adopting systematic,
comprehensive and ecological solid waste management program that ensure the protection of
public health and the environment and the proper segregation, collection, transport, storage,
treatment and disposal of solid waste through the formulation and adoption of best
environmental practices.

This paper analyzes the effectiveness of the said law in the Municipality of Plaridel in the past
10 years. Moreover this paper reviewed the Plaridel responsiveness to R.A no.9003. This
paper sees the changes and the benefits of R.A 9003.
CHAPTER 1
THE PROBLEM AND ITS SETTING

There is no such thing as away, when we throw anything away it must go


somewhere

-Annie Leonard

INTRODUCTION

This is an era where everything is easy to throw away. As the country adapt to the
growth of the world, our trash is left out, and as the population grows, the refuse we
generated doubled over the years. If people dont stop in filling the country with trash,
the country will run out of landfill to put the garbage of the Filipinos.

Having poor waste management is not only detrimental to the environment but most
importantly it is detrimental to the public health.

Republic act no. 9003 or Ecological Solid Waste Management Act of 2002 was
crafted in respond to this problem. This law intended to reduce the trash country
generated every year and to have a systematic program in handling the proper waste
collection, transportation, storage, processing and disposal of the solid waste.

The success of a law will not stop at its enactment or after the President had signed
it. The real success of ones law starts after it when it is being implemented. This paper
aims to test the impact of R.A no. 9003 in the town of Plaridel.

The town of Plaridel was chosen to be the center of the study. It is one of many
communities that has decided to take an active stance in mitigating their own impact on
the environment. More than any municipality in the Province of Bulacan, Plaridel has
made strong efforts toward building more sustainable society1. Likewise, this paper
would investigate the compliance or non compliance of the Municipality of Plaridel in
R.A 9003.

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Recommendation of Solid Waste Management in Plaridel Bulacan by Jody Kliffer and Sean Tynan
Moreover, this study would focus on the changes the said law had brought in the
waste management of Plaridel. Does the law effectively reduces it trash it generated or
if the said law somewhat solve the problem.

Fifteen (15) years had passed since the enactment of the R.A 9003, but for the
purpose of this study, the critic would cover only the 10 year-period starting 2006-2016.
During the mentioned period, this study would find out what were the changes R.A 9003
had brought to the town of Plaridel.

According to DENR Administrative Order No. 2001 34, the local government unit is
the primary responsible for the implementation and enforcement of the ecological solid
waste management system within their respective jurisdiction.2

R.A 9003 directed of the creation of Municipal Solid Waste Management Board
(MSWB) which shall be composed of the city or municipal mayor as a chair with a
following members: (1) one representative of the Sangguniang Panglungsod or
Sangguniang Bayan (2) President of association of Baranggay Councils in the
Municipality or City, (3) chairman of Sangguniang kabataan Federation, (4) a
representative from NGOs whose principal purpose is to promote recycling and
protection of air, (5) a representative from recycling industry, (6) a representative from
the manufacturing or packaging industry and (7) a representative of each concerned
government.

MSWD shall have the following responsibilities:1 to develop a Municipal Solid Waste
Management Plan that shall endure the long-term management of solid waste (b) adopt
measures to promote and ensure the viability and effective implementation of solid
waste management

A. SETTING OF THE PROBLEM

This is an Impact analysis of the effectivity of R.A 9003 in the Municipality of Plaridel
which will deal primarily on the following issues:

1. How effective R.A 9003 in the Municipality Plaridel during the time it was adopted
in 2006 up to 2016?
2. What are the benefits acquired by the Municipality in implementing this Law?
3. How can R.A 9003 be further improved?

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Rule VIII. Section 2 Implementation of Solid Waste Management System
B. RATIONALE OF THE STUDY

The present study aims to:

1. To know the changes R.A no. 9003 had bought to local government unit like the
Municipality of Plaridel
2. To assess the environmental benefits of R.A 9003

C. SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY

This impact analysis of the effectivity of Ecological Solid Waste Management Act of
2002 will assess how this law helps the small community like Municipality Of Plaridel. It
will give an birds eye view how the said law is actually implemented.

This study will recommend how R.A no. 9003 can be further improve, to promote
more effective implementation of the said law.

This will likewise recommend how R.A no. 9003 can promote more effective

D. DEFINITION OF TERMS

E. BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY

The biggest challenge to growing LGUs is to come up with solid waste and pollution
control strategies that would effectively reduce the rubbish released to the environment.
Unfortunately, this challenge cannot be effectively addressed by each LGU alone. LGUs
need to combine their technical and engineering expertise, and their regulatory and
enforcement powers with public education, awareness, and involvement campaigns to
be able to properly implement solid waste and pollution control programs. Finally, a
good solid waste and pollution control strategy will not be an effective one until it is fully
implemented, accepted, and institutionalized by the people and institutions. As noted by
several local chief executives with exemplary solid waste programs, their strategies
were not about good engineering and slogans but rather strong political will in
implementing what is good for the environment and the people.3

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Solid Waste Management of the Philippines by Eric O. Torres
F. THERITICAL FRAMEWORK

G. ASSUMPTIONS

H. SCOPE AND LIMITATION

I. ORGANANIZATION OF THE STUDY


CHAPTER 2
REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE AND STUDIES
CHAPTER 3
THE RESEARCH METHODOLOGY