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RESEARCH

TO: CFV

FROM: ASY

DATE: 19 AUGUST 2016

SUBJECT: PERMITS UNDER IRR of DENR AO No. 2005-10

The “Authority to Construct” was previously required as a pre-requisite to construct or


install source facilities. However, upon the issuance of the DENR AO. 2004-25, August 25, 2004,
the ”Authority to Construct” requirement under the IRR of PD 984 (PROVIDING FOR THE
REVISION OF REPUBLIC ACT NO. 3931, COMMONLY KNOWN AS THE POLLUTION
CONTROL LAW, AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES) was removed in order to expedite
compliance of establishments having water pollution source/control facilities with the DENR
standards and requirements. The Permit to Operate Requirement is now converted to Discharge
Permit.

DENR AO. 2004-25 thus provides the requirements for the application of Discharge Permits/

Verified Engineer’s Report prepared by a registered chemical or sanitary engineer or pollution


control officer:

1. Vicinity map identifying the street address, location or plant premise;


2. The nature of project or business
3. Production capacity; quantity or volume and the generic name(s) of the product(s)
4. The nature and character of the applicant’s wastewater and its physical and chemical
compositions
5. Total daily volume of discharge of raw wastewater
6. Treatment process and estimated treatment efficiency
7. The total daily volume of water consumption and discharge of final treated wastewater
or effluent
8. The name of receiving body of water and its official water classification and in case of land
discharge, the nearest receiving body of water and its official water classification
9. Information on flow measurement and equipment and procedure
10. Pollution prevention/ Environmental Management System plan or program
11. DENR ID number as hazardous waste generator (if applicable)
12. Statement of the cost incurred if the installation and maintenance of wastewater
treatment, if any
13. Quality and quantity of abstracted water
14. Copy of the Environmental Compliance Certificate (ECC) from the Department of
Certificate of Non-Coverage (CNC), if applicable

In addition, applicant must also provide the following:


1. Certified true copy of land ownership or notarized copy of agreement between the owner
of the land where the effluent is to be applied and the discharger/permittee
2. The wastewater that shall be used for land application shall not contain toxic or hazardous
substances (as defined in RA 6969)
3. No wastewater applied for agricultural purposes shall directly or indirectly seep or drain
into groundwater or nearby surface waters which will affect the quality of such ground
and/or surface water
4. A certification from the Department of Agriculture (DA) stating that “the quantity, quality
and distribution methodology of application are suited for agricultural purpose” shall be
submitted
5. Land application shall be used only during periods of low surface water flow to enhance
loading limits compliance
6. Submission of baseline groundwater quality data and self-monitoring report within the
discharge areas, and installation of at least one groundwater monitoring well which shall
be drilled in each dominant direction of groundwater movement
7. Submission of an emergency plan – which shall respond to emergencies that can prevent
or minimize damage to equipment, land, groundwater, etc. and/or public health
8. The plan shall highlight the design considerations, systems operation,
treatment/monitoring of soil, crops, effluent and groundwater before/after irrigation

Note: Under Section 34 of the DAO No. 2005-10, DAO No. 2003-39 and 2004-25 are repealed. The
substance of these rules are incorporated in the present IRR – DAO No. 2005-10.