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The

IMPLEMENTATION PLAN CY 2013-2017


for the
Operational Plan for the Manila Bay
Costal Strategy
(OPMBCS)

The Comprehensive IMPLEMENTATION PLAN CY
2013-2017 for the Operational Plan for the Manila
Bay Costal Strategy (OPMBCS)

- Consolidated and integrated in compliance to
the request of the SUPREME COURT during the
Manila Bay Advisory Committee (MBAC)
meeting last 06 September 2012


The OPMBCS IMPLEMENTATION PLAN CY 2013-2017
Four (4) Areas of Concerns:

1. Liquid Waste Management (LWM)
2. Solid Waste Management (SWM)
3. Informal Settlers (IS)
4. Habitats and Resources Rehabilitation (HRR)

* Partnership and Governance (P & G)


Chairs: DENR EMB
Vice Chairs: LDA, MWSS (MWCI & MWSI) & LWUA
Members: DOH, PCG, PNP-Maritime Group, PPA, DA, DILG,
MMDA, DPWH , PRRC

OBJECTIVE: reduce the water pollution load from point and
non-point source by at least 50%


TYPES/ CONCERNS OF LWM:

1. Domestic wastes
2. Industrial wastes
3. Hazardous wastes
4. Ship/Vessel-Generated Wastes

MWSS (MWCI & MWSI) & LWUA
- responsible for the management and installation of treatment
facilities of/for sewerage and septage within their areas of
jurisdiction

COMMON CHALLENGES TO BE PRIORITIZED
- increasing demand for TREATMENT FACILITIES to accommodate
volumes of septage and sewage in their respective areas

TARGETS (until 2017)
MWSS (MWCI & MWSI) treatment of 39.70% of the total
population load from both septage and sewage
LWUA treatment of 63.25% of the total population load
from both septage and sewage
DOMESTIC WASTES
INDUSTRIAL WASTES
AGENCIES


Targets
(until 2017)

Projections
(2013-2017)

Status (2012)


EMB




inspection
of 9,600
(100%)


45 industries
with NOVs/ PAB
cases every year

1,395/ 3,063 (45.54%)
establishments with
discharge permits issued
still with 258 pending cases
in the PAB
LLDA




inspection
of 19,000



820/16,200 kg
BOD/day or 5%
is to be reduced
by 2017

9,000 inspected





7,787 HAZARDOUS WASTES GENERATORS
- Registered in DENR EMB as of June 2012
- Expected to increase annually by 600

60 INDUSTRIAL AND HEALTH CARE WASTE TREATERS (As of 2012)
- Expected to increase to 300 by 2017
TOXIC AND HAZARDOUS WASTES

PPA, PCG & MARINA
- to stop sea dumping of sewage, industrial sludge, oil and grease,
solid waste and contaminated dredge materials.

NOW:
1. Inventory of ships with devices/ equipment in compliance with
MARPOL (such as oil/water separator, oil filtering system)
2. Inventory of ships with safety management system in
compliance with MARPOL
SHIP/VESSEL-GENERATED WASTES

- any wastes coming from industrial processing of agricultural
products

Fertilizers and Pesticides Authority (FPA)
- Aims to inspect all licensed fertilizer and pesticide processing
plants for wastewater discharges

60 plants (or 12 plants yearly)
- Have been targeted for inspection from 2013 to 2017

For Livestock Production
- 605 farms are targeted for registration and accreditation
- 90 farms (15%) are targeted to have installed biogas digesters by
2017
AGRO-INDUSTRIAL WASTES

HOW-TOs:

1. Rehabilitation/ cleaning-up of the target major river
systems
2. Provision of trash boats
3. Installation of in-situ water quality monitoring
equipment
4. Conduct of relevant modelling/studies on developing
pollution reduction tools


Chairs: DENR EMB
Vice Chairs: LDA, MWSS (MWCI & MWSI) & LWUA
Members: DOH, PCG, PNP-Maritime Group, PPA, DA, DILG,
MMDA, DPWH , PRRC

GOALS:
To have all the LGUs in the Manila Bay region to formulate
and execute their 10-Year SWMPs and manage their SW as
compliance to R.A. 9003;

To close and rehabilitate all Open and Controlled
dumpsites;

To have 100% compliance with the establishment and
operational criteria or requirements of SLFs;



GOALS:
100% waste collection efficiency,

100% segregated collection and segregation at source

100% of barangay or cluster barangays have agricultural
waste to energy and materials conversion and reduction
of pollution load

100% of passenger ships with their respective SWMPs


TARGETS:
176 LGUs with approved SWMPs by 2015 along with the
provision of technical assistance to help the LGUs
formulate their SWMPs

For Segregation at Source and Segregated Collection sets
of technical assistance will be provided to LGUs, HOAs,
public schools (Eco-savers program) to establish their
ESWM systems

Monitoring of existing SLFs and provision of training on
designing, establishment, and operation of Category* 1-4
SLFs in LGUs;

TARGETS:
STARTING 2013:
Closure of ODs and CDFs

Waste diversion (prevention and reduction of
generated waste through source reduction, recycling,
reuse or composting, is targeted to have a five%
increase each year starting at 35%

Conduct and validation of ECA in all 178 LGUs


TARGETS:
BY 2015:
Operationalization of non-functional MRFs and the
establishment of MRFs in LGUs will also be done such
that all barangays will be serviced by MRFs

Preparation of safety closure and rehabilitation plan
(SCRP) of dumpsites with ATC will also be done to
eventually lead to closure of these facilities



Chairs: DENR EMB
Vice Chairs: LDA, MWSS (MWCI & MWSI) & LWUA
Members: DOH, PCG, PNP-Maritime Group, PPA, DA, DILG,
MMDA, DPWH , PRRC

OBJECTIVE:

- Removal and relocation of 100% of identified 80,576 IS (data
as of 2012 June) IS and structures along coastal, shorelines
and other waterways in R3, RIVA and NCR


WITH 3 PHASES OF MANAGEMENT:
1. Pre-location
2. Actual Relocation of IS/ Removal of Structures
3. Post-location


1. PRE-LOCATION:

Development and review of LSPs relocation, and
resettlement policies and guidelines for informal settlers
(IS);

Validation of IS and identification of priority areas to be
cleared Identification and development of resettlement
sites including socio-economic facilities to be led by
NHA;

Preparation of Resettlement Action Plans (RAP) in
coordination with LGUs;



3 PHASES OF MANAGEMENT:


1. PRE-LOCATION (continuation)

Identification and development of resettlement sites
including socio-economic facilities will be led by NHA

Conduct of consultations, field trips, pre-
qualifications and other social preparation activities
to enable IS to gain project acceptance.

3 PHASES OF MANAGEMENT:

2. ACTUAL RELOCATION OF IS/ REMOVAL OF STRUCTURES

3 PHASES OF MANAGEMENT:

NCR R3 RIVA
Removal and dismantling
of informal settlements
and the transfer of IS

starts by
4Q 2013


expected to
accomplish by
2017

Demolition of fish
pens, cages and other
structures


starts by
4Q 2013
until 2017


2. ACTUAL RELOCATION OF IS/ REMOVAL OF STRUCTURES

3 PHASES OF MANAGEMENT:

2. ACTUAL RELOCATION OF IS/ REMOVAL OF STRUCTURES

AS OF 2012:
80,576 identified IS families and structures along
coastal, shorelines and other waterways
6,573 identified private structures

2. ACTUAL RELOCATION OF IS/ REMOVAL OF STRUCTURES

3 PHASES OF MANAGEMENT:

2013 2014 2015 2016 2017
Removal and
dismantling of
informal
settlements and
the transfer of IS

10%



25%



25%



20%



20%



Demolition of fish
pens, cages and
other structures
20%

20%

20%

20%

20%



3 PHASES OF MANAGEMENT:

2. ACTUAL RELOCATION OF IS/ REMOVAL OF STRUCTURES

For Laguna Lake:
The areas occupied with fishpens by delinquent
operators in paying the required fees and charges
since 2003 to 2012 period are already identified.

The plans for removal/dismantling are scheduled
for discussion.


3 PHASES OF MANAGEMENT:

3. POST-RELOCATION

3 Activities:
turn-over of cleared areas to LGUs ,
rehabilitation of cleared areas (2015-2017); and
provision of livelihood assistance to beneficiaries
(4Q 2013 2017)


Co-Chairs
DENR PAWB and DENR FMB
Vice Chair
DA-BFAR
Members
DENR (EMB, NWRB, LLDA, RBCO, MGB,
NAMRIA, ERDB, 3 Regional Offices, PRRC
DILG and LMP
DPWH
PCG
PNP-Maritime, LCP
LWUA and Water Districts
MWSS and concessionaires
Recommended
Additional Members

NIA, DAR, NEDA, Scientific Institutions
MMDA
HABITAT OBJECTIVES: ACTIVITIES
1.
Mangroves







to increase and
enhance the
biodiversity of
mangroves




rehabilitation of
degraded mangroves,
aquasilviculture,
mangrove nursery
establishment, and
enrichment planting
of existing mangrove
cover
HABITAT OBJECTIVES: ACTIVITIES
2. forests/
water-
sheds





to conserve,
rehabili-tate and
manage priority
forests/watersheds
and forest
resources

maintenance and
protection of
existing/rehabilitated
mangroves, the
increase of vegetative
cover by 25% and
rehabilitation/refo-
restation of open
areas
HABITAT OBJECTIVES: ACTIVITIES
3. Fisheries




to manage and
protect coral reefs
and fisheries
resources

establishment of
concrete and artificial
reefs as well as fish
sanctuaries

HABITAT OBJECTIVES: ACTIVITIES
4. land and
soil
resources






replication of upland
conservation guided
farms, development of
geo-spatial
information system for
area-based planning
and monitoring, and
inventory of foreshore
leases issued

HABITAT OBJECTIVES: ACTIVITIES
5. ground-
water







to improve the
quantity and quality
of groundwater and
surface water






20% reduction of
illegal groundwater
extractors by 2018 to
which validation will
start by 2013, and
establishment of
groundwater
observation wells

HABITAT OBJECTIVES ACTIVITIES

6. Rivers










to
rehabilitate,
manage and
protect rivers
in Manila Bay






1. rehabilitation of micro-
watershed of existing small
water impounding systems
(SWIS)

2. development of area-based
management plan for the 14
major rivers

3. bank failure stabilization and
mitigation along identified
critical areas
HABITAT OBJECTIVES ACTIVITIES
6. Rivers







to rehabilitate,
manage and
protect rivers in
Manila Bay





4. use of bioengineering
technology on slope/
stream/ riverbank
stabilization (coconet);
and

5. dredging and desilting of
major rivers within
Manila Bay region

HABITAT OBJECTIVES ACTIVITIES
7. protected
areas (PAs)/
key
biodiver-
sity areas
(KBAs)/
critical
habitats
(CHs)



to establish,
manage and
protect PAs/KBAs,
Wetlands, CHs and
other conservation
areas and to
improve and
protect the
biodiversity of
Manila Bay

1. operationalization of
PAMB Special
Committee and
Critical
Habitat
Management
Committee;
2. establishment of
PAs/ KBAs/ CHs and
ecotourism areas;
3. Marine turtle
conservation;
HABITAT OBJECTIVES ACTIVITIES
7. protected
areas (PAs)/
key
biodiver-
sity areas
(KBAs)/
critical
habitats
(CHs)


to establish,
manage and
protect PAs/KBAs,
Wetlands, CHs and
other conservation
areas and to
improve and
protect the
biodiversity


4. management and
protection of
marine turtle
nesting sites;
5. rescue and retrieval
of marine turtle,
Avifauna and
sediment and
6. water quality
analysis for
macrobenthic
HABITAT OBJECTIVES ACTIVITIES
8. enabling,
governance
and
monitoring
mechanisms





to install the
necessary enabling,
governance and
monitoring
mechanism for the
implementation of
the Rehabilitation
Plan for the
Habitats and
Resources-at-Risk
1. IEC;
2. capacity building;
3. enabling,
governance
and monitoring
mechanisms and
other activities
contributing to the
goals;

HABITAT OBJECTIVES ACTIVITIES
8. enabling,
governance
and
monitoring
mechanisms





to install the
necessary enabling,
governance and
monitoring
mechanism for the
implementation of
the Rehabilitation
Plan for the
Habitats and
Resources-at-Risk

4. Complete
implementation
plan for the
rehabilitation of
habitats and
resources-at-risk.




Chairs: DENR EMB
Vice Chairs: LDA, MWSS (MWCI & MWSI) & LWUA
Members: DOH, PCG, PNP-Maritime Group, PPA, DA, DILG,
MMDA, DPWH , PRRC
OBJECTIVES:

1. to establish appropriate institutional arrangements to
oversee, coordinate and guide the implementation of the
OPMBCS,

1. Create awareness, build capacity and mobilize
communities to participate in the activities related to the
implementation and to develop performance monitoring
and evaluation system for the Manila Bay Region, among
others.
Thank you



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