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PURPOSE This page was updated on 12/06/2016
To provide quality information to the public regarding the status of the improvement of solid waste management in the Philippines
  
DISPOSAL FACILITIES 
Current situation on disposal system in our country being reported that numerous lgus is still operating illegal disposal facility despite technical assistance of National Government Agencies to improve and comply on proper waste management due to lack technical and financial constraints.
RegionODOD with SCRPCDFCDF with SCRPSLF
12312124420
21316151012
331242519
4a261130816
4b42  7
5302510102
62114477
7103144548
85491019
927215111
1027522133
1111534
12182416
131717372
CAR1915 5
NCR    2
ARMM1   1
OD - Open dumpsites
CDF - Controlled Disposal Facilities
SLF - Sanitary Landfill
SCRP - Safe Closure and Rehabilition Plan
  

MATERIALS RECOVERY FACILITIES
Data emphasized that lgus are on the right direction on the compliance of waste reduction program being implemented in their respective jurisdiction.
RegionNumber of MRFsBrgy being served
110321186
2216716
3514581
4a674896
4b159164
5315412
6644804
7403437
89061105
9255290
10501700
1112461284
12177186
13568715
CAR182212
NCR943964
ARMM1919
  
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TRENDS

DISPOSAL

The trend regarding disposal facilities shows that improvement of lgus complaince towards the closure and rehabilitation of dumpsites as well the improvement of disposal method in the establishment of sanitary landfills as proper waste disposal facility.
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RED - Open Dumpsites
BLUE - Controlled Disposal Facilities
YELLOW - Landfills

MRF

The trend regarding Materials Recovery Facility (MRF) that lgus also complied in proper waste segregation gearing towards waste reduction and minimization in compliance with RA9003 and its Implementing Rules and Regulations.
Legend
ORANGE - MRFs ESTABLISHED
MAROON - BRGYS SERVED
 
PROJECTED WASTE GENERATION (Tons per day) 

Region

2012

2013

2014

2015

2016

1

1709.17

1739.54

1769.90

1800.27

1830.64

2

1100.64

1120.19

1139.75

1159.31

1178.86

3

3631.99

3696.52

3761.05

3825.58

3890.12

4a

4145.52

4219.18

4292.83

4366.49

4440.15

4b

909.43

925.59

941.74

957.90

974.06

5

1878.74

1912.12

1945.50

1978.88

2012.26

6

2700.14

2748.11

2796.09

2844.06

2892.04

7

2605.68

2651.97

2698.27

2744.57

2790.86

8

1479.47

1505.75

1532.04

1558.33

1584.61

9

1391.95

1416.68

1441.41

1466.15

1490.88

10

1693.94

1724.03

1754.13

1784.23

1814.32

11

1818.05

1850.35

1882.65

1914.95

1947.26

12

1348.20

1372.15

1396.10

1420.06

1444.01

13

884.69

900.41

916.13

931.85

947.57

CAR

620.64

631.67

642.70

653.72

664.75

NCR

8601.60

8754.43

8907.26

9060.09

9212.92

ARMM

907.64

923.76

939.89

956.02

972.14

TOTAL

37427.46

38092.46

38757.46

39422.46

40087.46

Waste projection on waste generation indicated the increasing volume of waste generation due to rapid increase of population, industrialization and development of our economy.
188 Approved SWM Plans / 528 Conditionally Approved Plans / 1237 SWM Plans Submitted
NSWMC in collaboration with the EMB is currently fast-tracking the approval of all submitted lgus 10 year SWM plans to ensure proper SWM systems being implemented to protect the country and the environment.
  
METRO MANILA DATA
Specific SWM Data sets for Metro Manila
SWM Board 100%
LGU SWM Plan 11/17 have submitted the revised plan to NSWMC except Q.C.
Segregation at Source 1,064/1,705 or 62%
Diversion 40%
Door-to-Door Collection (Barangay based) 1,533 / 1,705 or 90%
MRF 941 serving 962 brgys or 56.42%
Disposal QC – Payatas SLF
Navotas – Navotas SLF (also serving LGUs – Manila, Malabon, Navotas )
Rizal Provincial SLF (serving LGUs – Caloocan, Mandaluyong, Makati, Muntinlupa, Las Piñas, Pasay, Parañaque, Pasig, Pateros, Marikina, Taguig, San Juan)
Waste Composition 52% Bio 41% Recyclables 7% residuals
MANILA BAY REGION (MBR)
Data reflects the on-going SWM compliance by LGUs within the Manila Bay Region in order to address the issues on pollution load in the waterways affecting the Bay Area.
Plans Submitted - 149
Approved plans - 74
MRFs - 1537
Landfills - 21
CDF still operating - 11
OD still operating - 32