Be it ordained by the Municipal Council of Maribojoc, that:

Title of Ordinance



SECTION 1. SCOPE OF THE ORDINANCE – This ordinance shall embrace all activities and sites involving generation, segregation, collection, recovery, recycling, disposal and treatment of refuse resources.

This ordinance shall apply to all residential houses, industrial and commercial establishments such as hotels, restaurants, cinemahouses, public markets, department stores, groceries, institutions like hospitals, schools, churches, public and private offices and other establishments of any kind, and agricultural areas, parks, public playgrounds, open spaces, thoroughfares, and transport facilities.

Authority and Purpose/Goal

SECTION 2. AUTHORITY – This ordinance is enacted to supplement the provisions of existing laws and ordinances related to solid waste management.

SECTION 3. PURPOSE – This ordinance is enacted for the following purposes:

a. To guide, control and regulate the generation, storage, collection, transportation and disposal of solid wastes within the Municipality and promote an orderly and sanitary condition of surroundings.
b. To enhance the total improvement and maintenance of the environment of the locality through the necessary control and mitigation of the negative environmental impacts of solid waste
c. To promote and protect the health, safety, peace, convenience and general welfare of the inhabitants of the Municipality.
d. To minimize the generation of solid waste and maximize possible resource recover/recycling and utilization such as, but not limited to the following:

Maximizing the use of goods and consumption of food;

Encouraging the salvaging of possible “ recoverables/ recyclables” from solid
wastes for reuse and/or recycling back to production process;

Encouraging the recycling and resources recovery of wastes in one’s own
backyard through composting and biogas production; and

Providing assistance in the recovery/recycling of solid waste in disposal site.

SECTION 4. GOAL – The goal of this ordinance is the overall improvement of the environment and ecological conditions of the Municipality.

SECTION 5. OBJECTIVES – To enhance ecological balance and public health through sustainable and integrated waste management.


a. To ensure cleanliness all the time through orderly waste management;
b. To eradicate unsightly, uncovered and overflowing waste containers in streets, public places and open spaces;
c. To optimize sanitary resource recovery for feeds, fuel materials, energy, etc.;
d. To minimize pollution arising from harmful gases, particulates produces by burning and dumping of hazardous substances

Definition of Terms

SECTION 6. DEFINITION OF TERMS – The terms used in this ordinance shall be defined as follows:

a. Biodegradable – any material that can be reduced into finer particles or refuse resources that are basically decomposable.
b. Non-biodegradable – all waste resources that are mainly non-decomposable or do not readily decay.
c. Compost – decayed organic materials for use as soil or fertilizer.
d. Composting – biological degradation under controlled conditions; the process of making biodegradables such as food, garden waste, into compost by mixing them with soil, water, biological additives/activators (optional) and air.
e. Domestic waste – is the refuse from households as distinguished from commercial wastes, agricultural wastes, hospital wastes, etc. which may be classified as biodegradable (decomposable) or non-biodegradable (non-decomposable).
f. Non-biodegradable recyclable/returnable – all non-biodegradables, non-decomposables such as tin cans, metals, bottles, glass including broken pieces, plastic, Styrofoam, rubber, dry paper, dry cardboards, dry cloth, fibers, leather, feathers, hard shells, hard bones, etc. which can be reused, sold or given away to collector.
g. Feed materials – all food wastes, peelings, veggie trims, fish entrails, fowl innards, spoiled fruits, leftovers, egg shells, rice, meat washing, etc. that should be collected and kept in covered containers as hog, chicken, duck pet feeds.
h. Fertilizer materials – all decomposable or biodegradables such as garden wastes (leaves, twigs, weeds), animal wastes (manure, carcasses), feces, urine, blood, soiled wipes, pads diapers ( remove plastic portions ) are made into compost for organic gardening.
i. Fine crafts – the non-biodegradable which could be used as materials for handicrafts, cottage industries art works, toys and other livelihood projects such as papier-mâché, paper basketry, tin crafts, metal crafts, plastic twine or rope braids, feather crafts, wooden crafts even “lahar” crafts, Styrofoam melted in small amount of gasoline solvent provides cheap glue as “binder” for many of the projects.
j. Incineration – the controlled process by which combustible wastes are burned and changed onto gases and residues that contain little or no combustible materials.
k. Institution – refers to establishments like hospitals, schools, churches, public and private offices, and other similar structures.
l. Recycling – the reuse, retrieval, re commission of element matter for any and all purposes necessary to healthful and productive living, the process by which waste materials are transformed into new products in such a manner that the original products may lose their identity.
m. Solid Waste – this includes anything thrown away, such as garbage, rubbish, trash, litter, junk and refuse from any source (homes, businesses, farms or institutions); this is a discard material with insufficient liquid content to flow. Examples are those non-liquid wastes resulting from the domestics, commercial, agricultural activities which can be divided into several components under three (3) broad categories:


m. 1 Biodegradable – decomposable. There are four (4) groups of waste under this
category, such as:

m.1.1 Food (cooking) wastes/kitchen wastes; peelings, leftovers, vegetables trims
fish, fowl, meat, animal entrails, innards, cleanings, soft shells, seeds, etc
mn.1.2 Agricultural (garden) wastes; leaves, flowers, twigs, branches, stems, roots
trimmings, weeds, seeds, inedible fruits, etc.
m.1.3 Animal waste; manure, urine, carcasses, etc.
m.1.4 Human waste; excreta, diapers, soiled pads, sanitary napkins, etc.

m.2 Non-biodegradable/Non-decomposable. There are ten (10) groups of waste under this category, such as:

m.2.1 Metals, tin cans, aluminum, iron, lead, copper, silver, etc.
m.2.2 Glasses, bottles, cullets (broken glass), sheets (shards), mirrors, bulbs, etc.
m.2.3 Plastics, polyethylene (bags), polypropylene (straws), jute sacks,
containers polyurethane (foam mattresses, polystyrene (Styrofoam),
olyvinyl (tubes, pipes, linoleum), polyacetate (fibers, cloth, rayon), etc.
m.2.4 Rubber ( natural and synthetic), tires, goods, etc.
m.2.5 Papers, card-boards, etc.
m.2.6 Dry processed fibers, cloth, twine, etc.
m.2.7 Dry leathers, skin, feather, etc.
m.2.8 Hard shells
m.2.9 Bones, and
m.2.10 Rocks

m.3 Toxic and Hazardous Waste – Special type of waste containing the chemical biological, and radiological elements and materials which are inherently dangerous to the human body or to animals, including but not limited to materials that are toxic or poisonous; corrosive; irritants; strong sensitizers; flammable; explosive, i.e. generate power through decomposition, heat or other means; infectious. i.e. represent a potential source for the transmission of diseases to humans, domestic animals or wildlife; radioactive, i.e, containing sufficient radio-activity to require labels; and pesticides.
n. Solid Waste Management – purposeful, systematic control of the generation, storage, collection, transport, separation, processing, recycling recovery, and final disposal of solid waste.
o. Sorting at Source – the segregation or separation of waste at the point of generation or at the very place where they are produced into biodegradable, non-biodegradable and toxic and hazardous waste.
p. Conversion to Bio Organic Fertilizer – shall mean the process and technology by which biodegradable refuse resources are turned into bio-organic fertilizer without chemical mixtures, the latter for use as agricultural fertilizer.
q. Storage Container – is a receptacle with appropriate handle and cover, painted with the name of the business establishment/ households and color coded with green for biodegradable, red for non-biodegradable, and yellow for toxic and hazardous waste.
r. Trash bag – can be plastic or sack.
s. Garbage at source – garbage or wastes at source refers to waste materials still inside the establishment or household before they are moved out during collection time.

Education Component

SECTION 7. There shall be a required integration of Solid Waste Management (SWM) in the elementary and high school curricula, and as special program for the college (both public and private) through the Department of Education (DEPED), Commission on Higher Education (CHED) and Technical Education Skills Development Authority (TESDA) and non-formal education.


7.1 Integrated Solid Waste Management education in the community outreach programs of the schools, civic organization, religious groups, NGOs, GOs, GSP, BSP
7.2 DEPED Teachers must take the lead in role modeling in the implementation of the system in the municipality. CHED teachers are encourage to do the same.

SECTION 8. There shall be a maximized dissemination of Solid Waste Management (SWM) through the use of communication system like broadcast media (TV, radio, films) and print ( handouts, brochures, billboards, streamers, signboards, news features, stickers, t-shirts.)

8.1 Promote Solid Waste Management through pluggings in all cinemas,
radio, and TV stations
8.2 Stickers, posters, or signboards must be placed in all public utility
transportation ( buses, jeepneys, taxis, tricycles, trisikads).
8.3 Local manufacturers must place symbols or instructions on Solid Waste Management on all product labels and advertisement
8.4 Garbage truck/compactor should be equipped with sound system and make use of jingles.
8.5 Slogans, instructions and ordinances must be placed in all public places, public markets, terminals and parks through billboards, signboards, and sound system for constant reminder.
8.6 Primers, flyers, and brochures must be furnished to all households.

SECTION 9. Seminars and trainings shall be conducted to various sectors ( e.g. teachers, NGOs, religious groups, civic organizations, POs, puroks, schools, PNP, women’s group. Media sector).

9.1 Organize an Information Education Campaign Speaker Bureau (IECSB) as pool of trainor’s
9.2 In-service trainings for teachers who are going to educate/teach about Solid Waste Management to students, parents and community.
9.3 Conduct seminars on Solid Waste Management for commercial/industrial establishments prior to issuance of business permits.
9.4 Food handlers class training conducted by the Minicipal Health Office shall include ISWM system to be handled by accredited ISWM trainor.

SECTION 10. The Municipal Environment and Natural Resources Office (MENRO) shall established a Center for Environmental Education Development.

10.1 Include research on technology transfer, development of arts and crafts, preventive and mitigating measures.
10.2 Data banking using Social Reform Agenda-Minimum Basic Needs survey data.
10.3 Put up demo areas, library, visual aids, miniatures, models, etc.
10.4 Create a documentation section that will record and monitor all activities and progress.

SECTION 11. There shall be a promotion of Solid Waste Management through literary/musical contest during the celebration of environmental month and world earth day.

11.1 Included quiz shows, slogan, essay writing, mural painting and poster making contest.
11.2 Original song composition and jingle writing-contest.


Engineering Component


12.1 Residential Areas:

a. Residents must segregate their generated solid waste into biodegradable, non-biodegradable, recyclable, non-biodegradable residual and toxic and hazardous waste.
b. The concerned resident shall ensure that the generated solid waste shall be properly separated in three (3) enclosed containers or bags, one for biodegradable with green sticker or tag, and another for the non-biodegradable with red sticker or tag and for toxic and hazardous waste with yellow sticker or tag or use color coded trash bags. The leftover or kitchen waste must either be directly given to animals as feeds or stored temporarily for composting or biogas production.
c. The stored segregated solid wastes must be stacked inside the house premise and will be moved out during schedule of collection or buying except in areas identified by the ISWM Division under MENRO.
d. The use of non-biodegradable packaging and disposable materials (e.g. plastics-based, styro based) must all cost be minimized to reduce wastes generated at the household.
e. The use of biodegradable food liners, wrappers, and containers (e.g. paper-based) must be maximized.
f. Toxic and hazardous waste must be stored in sealed bags/sacks prior to collection.
g. Public thoroughfares and grounds in front or in the vicinity of residential houses must be kept clean and tidy by the owner/lessee of the house or building at all times.
h. Trees, shrubs, and other vegetation within vicinity of residence must be regularly cared for and maintained to minimize generated wastes and unpleasant sight.
i. Tree cuttings, and other agricultural (garden) debris materials shall be collected separately. The collection thereof shall be treated as a special trip.

12.2 Commercial Areas including Markets, Institutions, and Industries:

a. Commercial, institutional and industrial solid wastes must be segregated into biodegradable, non-biodegradable, recyclable, non-biodegradable, residual and toxic and hazardous waste.
b. The generated solid waste shall be properly separated in three (3) enclosed containers or bags, one for biodegradable with green sticker or tag, and another for the non-biodegradable with red sticker or tag and for toxic and hazardous waste with yellow sticker or tag or use color coded trash bags. The leftover or kitchen waste must be either be directly given to animals as feeds or stored temporarily for composting or biogas production.
c. The stored segregated solid wastes must be stacked within the establishment premise and will only be moved out during the schedule of collection.
d. The use of biodegradable ( recycled/used paper-based) wrappers or bags must be used for dry goods or products to regulate indiscriminate use of cellophanes and other plastic-based packaging materials must only be used for wet goods or products.
e. The use of plastic, plastic-based and other non-biodegradable food receptacles (e.g. styrofoams) must be discouraged.
f. The lobby and fronting sidewalks/immediate grounds of the establishments must be maintained clean and presentable by the owner/operator/lessee of the establishment.


g. The fronting sidewalk, streets, canals and immediate areas of the establishments including the stall/open spaces of markets must be kept clean and orderly by the lessee of said establishment at all times.
h. The head of any commercial, institution, an industrial firms must be one responsible to ensure and establish the proper solid waste management system within the establishment.
i. Toxic and hazardous waste (infectious chemical, biological, radioactive substances must be stored in a durable and covered receptacles) collected, transported, and disposed of in accordance with applicable laws, guidelines, rules and regulations of the Environmental Management Bureau (EMB-DENR) and Philippine Nuclear Research and Institute (PNRI). ( Refer to Republic Act 6969 otherwise known as Toxic Substances and Hazardous and Nuclear Wastes Control Act of 1990).
j. Hospital, pharmaceutical, funeral wastes must be stored, collected, transported and disposed or in accordance with the guidelines, rules and regulations of the Department of Health (DOH). (Refer to the Manual on Hospital Waste Management, PD 856, known as the Sanitation Code of the Philippines).
k. Disposal of the Toxic and Hazardous Waste must be taken cared by the concerned firm, subject to the recommendation of MENRO and DENR.
l. Disposal of construction debris must be taken cared of by the concerned owner, contractor, sub-contractor or constructor

12.3 Parks

a. Theft-proof receptacles for biodegradable, solid waste, non-biodegradable solid wastes and toxic and hazardous waste must be provided along strategic location and points by the municipal government.
b. The anti-littering law must be strictly observe and enforced.

12.4 Transport Facilities

a. Human Transportation Facilities (Land and Sea Terminals, Buses, Jeepneys, EasyRides, Taxis, Tricycles, Fast crafts, Ships and Boat).
1. Separate receptacles for biodegradable, non-biodegradable and toxic and hazardous waste must be provided within terminal by the operators/owners or associations.
2. There must be at least three (3) waste receptacles with cover for biodegradable solid waste, non-biodegradable solid wastes and toxic hazardous waste must be provided inside the terminal facility that is accessible to all passengers.
3. The driver of the vehicle must ensure that the passengers will throw their generated litters in the receptacles provided.
4. Philippine Port Authority (PPA) and similar agencies shall segregate their generated solid waste and shall properly be separated in three (3) enclosed containers or bags one for biodegradable, one for non-biodegradable recyclable/residual, and one for toxic and hazardous waste. The leftover or kitchen waste must either be directly given to animals as feeds or stored temporarily for composting or biogas production.

12.5 Agricultural Areas (including for livestock, poultry)

a. Homogenous agricultural waste (rice straws, comcobs, leaves and animal manure) must be properly stockpiled/stored by the concerned farmer.


13.1 Residential Areas

a. Segregated recyclable must be properly stored before collection. These
recyclable must be collected separately by the barangay resource recovery
agents or other collecting agents.


b. Segregated biodegradable must be collected separately and brought to the composting facility.
c. Food and kitchen refuse must be collected as fodder or feeds for animals or for composting.
d. Residents must avoid open burning and dumping and adopt recycling.
e. Reuse of recyclable non-biodegradable must be maximized. Sorted cans and hard plastic containers can be recycled as substitute pots for plants. Used tires can be used as playground material or stacked for backyard composting. Soft plastics can be used to manufacture floor wax.
f. All other recyclable must be properly sorted and stored in appropriate receptacles prior to collection and transport.

13.2 Commercial Areas, Institutions, and Industries

a. The segregated biodegradable must be collected separately and brought to the composting facility. The segregated non-biodegradable recyclable must be reused or recycled into other usable products.
b. Open burning and dumping of solid wastes is strictly prohibited.
c. Segregation of solid wastes from small commercial establishment (stores, stall, eateries, markets) must be mandatory before issuance or renewal of business permits.
d. Food wastes from food centers, restaurants, canteens must be collected as fodder or feeds for animals or for composting.
e. Schools (both private and public) and offices must appropriate resource recovery and recycling strategies

13.3 Parks

a. Discarded biodegradable and non-biodegradable must be collected and transported to the composting facility, recovery center or final disposal site, as the case maybe.
b. Recyclable and factory returnable must be sorted further and brought to the nearest recovery center or to junk dealers.

13.4 Transport Facilities

a. Recyclable and factory returnable from port dock, terminals and the like must be collected by the assigned barangay recovery agent.
b. Disposal of THWs must be taken cared of by a credited transport vehicle in
accordance with existing applicable laws.

13.5 Agricultural Areas ( including farms for livestock, poultry)

Agricultural wastes (e.g. rice straws, corncobs) must be stockpiled in a proper location and composted. Animal manure can also be composted or used for biogas production.

13.6 Barangay Recovery Centers

This is a facility of the barangay for collecting, storing, buying and trading of
recyclable from households, institutions, and commercial establishments. This center can either be operated by a barangay –based cooperative, private groups/NGOs, by the barangay itself or a joint venture of the three. It shall have a barangay collection system for the recyclabale and factory returnable by establishing barangay recovery agents from unemployed and displaced scavengers, existing collection agents, and others from within the barangay.

The stored/collected segregated recyclable shall be stored at the barangay recovery centers. The assigned junk dealer shall regularly or as the need thereof arises, buy the stored recyclable from the barangay center.


The Barangay Recovery Center shall be maintained by the concerned operator and must follow the designed color coding respectively as follow:
Red – bottles/broken glasses
White – paper/carton
Blue – plastic/hard plastic
Gray – metals/cans
Brown – Styrofoam
Orange – rubber
Green – biodegradable/decomposable materials
Yellow – toxic and hazardous waste
Black – others


14.1 Residential Areas

a. The concerned resident must ensure that the segregated solid wastes are brought out in front of his gate/door and or along the collection route of the vehicle/cart strictly during the designated collection time/period.
b. Collection of segregated solid wastes must be done separately and on a scheduled basis, which will be identified and disseminated by the concerned agencies.
c. Point of collection should either be along the curbside or alleys for increased efficiency and productivity, better labor force stability and reduced injuries to collection.
d. The owner/resident/lessee/occupant of the house shall report to the Municipal Environment and Natural Resources Office (MENRO) or the Municipal Engineer’s Office for any uncollected solid wastes within the vicinity of his/her residence.
e. Garbage not segregated and placed in the receptacles without the necessary sticker or tag, must not be collected and must be treated as violation of the anti-littering law and must be penalized accordingly.
f. The specific date and hour of garbage collection in particular shall be scheduled and announced for strict compliance by all concerned.

14.2 Commercial Areas, Institutions, and Industries

a. The owner/operators/lessee of any enterprise must be responsible for the timely
positioning of stored sorted solid waste during collection period which will be made known in advance by the proper authorities which will likewise assist wherever necessary in the sanitary means of loading wastes for collection purposes.
b. Collection of segregated solid wastes must be done separately and on a scheduled basis, which will be identified and disseminated by the concerned agencies
c. He/she must remind the office concern in the collection of uncollected solid wastes and other related matters.
d. The head of any institution/industrial establishment must see to it that the segregated solid wastes are moved out strictly during collection time/period at the designated points.
e. The collection and transportation or any hazardous waste (if necessary) must be duly coordinated with the government agencies concerned with such type of waste.

14.3 Parks

Collection and transportation of solid wastes will be done by the municipal collection system.


15.1 Residential, Commercial, Establishments, Institutions


a. Incineration or open dumping is strictly prohibited. Residuals or discarded biodegradable and non-biodegradable after resource recovery, recycling and composting must be disposed of in the municipal disposal facility.
b. Where space is available, all discarded biodegradable must be properly composted for use as fertilizer in backyard gardens, orchard or ornamental.
c. All recyclable and factory returnable must be brought to the barangay recovery centers

15.2 Industries including health care providers (hospitals, clinic, etc.) and funeral parlors

Hazardous waste can be incinerated only after getting the proper assistance and guidance from concerned government agencies.

15.3 Composting Facility

a. There shall be a composting facility for the generated biodegradable wastes of the municipality after a sanitary landfill has been established.
b. The old open dumpsite shall follow proper closure procedure after the Sanitary Landfill site has been established.
c. All segregated biodegradable wastes shall be transported to the composting facility/site.
d. The organized scavengers a cooperative, shall manage, supervise, actively participate in the composting site/activities in coordination with the ISWM Division under MENRO of the municipal government.
e. A cost sharing scheme shall be established between the cooperative and the municipal government

15.4 Sanitary Landfill

a. A sanitary landfill shall be established for the final disposal of the wastes generated after resource recovery and composting activities by the municipality.
b. The composting facility shall be established near the proposed sanitary landfill area.
c. The existing park adjacent to the dumpsite shall be maintained and develop into an ecological park.

Enforcement Component

SECTION 16. There shall be a Deputation of Barangay Officials, Purok Officials, Zone Barangay Health Workers, Sanitary Inspectors, Traffic Aides, Civic and Religious Organizations, NGOs, POs, Teachers, Drivers, Youth Leaders, Women Leaders, Senior Citizens, Leaders, ISWM-TWG, ENRC members, PNP, and Municipal Engineer’s Office.

16.1 Community empowerment through citizen’s arrest in the enforcement and monitoring of the Integrated Solid Waste Management Ordinance and related laws.
16.2 Issuance of ID’s/Mayor’s Appointment

SECTION 17. There shall be established a network of barangay-based council as an extension of the Municipal Environment and Natural Resources Council at the barangay level.

17.1 Established a communication network through center and hotlines to facilitate fast and effective monitoring
a. Vice Mayor’s Office at the Municipal Hall will be the central communication center and all police stations, barangay halls, and the Municipal Health lines.


17.2 Promote implementation through
a. Contest (e.g. cleanest and greenest, or dirtiest)
a.1 Positive and negative awards be adopted
a.2 Provide incentives (e.g. monetary assistance, free trips, scholarship,
and citation awards) to those who implement the project.

17.3 Adopt a system of apprehension and prosecution
a. Drivers, passengers, helpers, conductors shall be fined separately.
b. Issuance of citation tickets (penalties)
c. Filing of case through appropriate court.
d. No issuance/renewal of business permit without clearance from the Office of the Mayor.
e. Renewal and new business permits should secure first barangay clearance.

17.4 Allocation of budget for Solid Waste Management system through the Municipal Government.

17.5 Establish a Trust Fund for Solid Waste Management from the Municipality, Provincial and National Government Funds, grants, solicitation, donations, and proceeds.
a. Penalties generated from enforcement of this Ordinance shall be accrued to the Trust Fund.
b. The fees shall exclusively be expended in the operation of the garbage collection service, in the purchase of materials and equipment necessary for the furtherance and improvement of garbage collection and disposal and for programs concerning environmental protection and conservation. Any further reversion may only be justified if used for office supplies, materials and equipment of the General Services Office (GSO) (Solid Waste Collection Services)


18.1 All persons, firms, or entities conducting, maintaining, operating or engage in any business, trades establishments are required to secure from the Municipal Treasurer a Certificate of Payment for Garbage Collection Service.

18.2 There shall be paid to the Municipal Treasurer for the issuance of the Certificate of Payment for Garbage Collection Services as required under Section 18.1 hereof, a monthly fee *(quarterly) in accordance with the following schedules. Payment can be made on a quarterly basis, to be paid within the first twenty (20) days of the first month of every quarter.


1. Agricultural farm products which includes the following: _________________400.00
a. Commercial piggeries (minimum of 10 heads)
b. Commercial Poultry and supplies
c. Lumber and Sawmills

2. Agricultural and aquatic resources products which include the following:_____150.00
a. Bihon, miki, miswa, and other similar products
b. Boxes
c. Candles
d. Canned good products
e. Capiz articles and other shell products
f. Coffee and chocolates
g. Dyes, ink paste and other similar products
h. Candies
i. Ice
j. Ice cream, ice-drop and other similar products
k. Sauce, sausage baloney, hotdogs, frankfurters and other similar products


3. Soft/hard Drinks which include the following:___________________________300.00
a. Aerated Water ( Soft drinks and other similar products)
b. Wine and liquor distilleries

4. Domestic Products and articles which include the following: _______________100.00
a. Lard, cooking oil, butter, margarine and other similar products
b. Matches
c. Rope and cordgage
d. Coconut oil
e. Floor wax
f. Sacks
g. Soap

5. Personal products and articles which include the following: _______________300.00
a. Bayrum, pomades, tonic, lipsticks, cosmetics and other similar products
b. Bags
c. Pharmaceutical products
d. Leather articles (shoes, wallets, belts, and other similar products)
e. Rubber articles (shoes, wallets, sandals, boots, slippers, bags, balls and other similar products
f. Pants /RTW
g. Socks, stocking and other similar products
h. Zipper and buttons
i. Beds and accessories, furnitures and other similar products
j. Plastic products
k. Textile
l. Bottles
m. Cigar and cigarettes

6. Heavy equipment and motor vehicles and the like which include the following: _______300.00
a. Mechanic apparatus and engines
b. Motor vehicles and heavy equipments assembly plant
c. Spare parts and others
d. Batteries

7. Construction products and supplies and the like which include the following_________200.00
a. Aluminum
b. Any kind of articles made of steel
c. Bricks, hollow blocks, ceramics, tiles and other similar products
d. Iron works and related activities
e. Glassware
f. Mirror
g. Furniture/carpentry shop
h. Pianos, auto pianos, pipe organs and other musical instruments

8. Homemade/small scale industries food and non-food items, which
include the following________75.00

9. All other manufacturers not specifically mentioned above _________________ 150.00


1. Supermarkets, Groceries and others with an aggregate area of:
a. More than 400 square meters ___________________________________ 500.00
b. 200 to 400 square meters _______________________________________ 350.00
c. Below 200 square meters _______________________________________ 150.00

2. Sari-sari Stores
a. Those located at the corner of streets and along the main roads__________30.00
b. Those located along secondary and minor roads _____________________ 25.00


3. Bakeries/Bakeshops
a. With three (3) or more ovens ____________________________________ 30.00
b. With 2 ovens or less ___________________________________________ 25.00

4. Department stores, Bazaars, Boutiques, Gift shops, Novelty shops, Dry goods, Variety stores ( General Merchandise), Shoe stores and other related stores.
a. More than 200 square meters ____________________________________ 250.00
b. 100 to 200 square meters _______________________________________ 150.00
c. Below 100 square meters _______________________________________ 75.00

5. Jewelry store and shop _____________________________________________ 30.00

6. Hardware, Lumber and Gravel and Sand
a. More than 200 square meters ___________________________________ 250.00
b. 100 to 200 square meters _______________________________________ 150.00
c. Below 100 square meters _______________________________________ 75.00

7. Furniture Electrical and Home Appliances _____________________________ 100.00

8. Glass and Aluminum supply ________________________________________ 300.00

9. Electronics supply ________________________________________________ 150.00

10. Music store, Video bar Record bar, Musical Instruments, supply __________ 30.00

11. Bookstore, Art, Office and Schools supply, Photo supply and related
materials______________________ 100.00

12. Drugstore with an aggregate area of:
a. More than 200 square meters ____________________________________ 200.00
b. 100 to 200 square meters _______________________________________ 150.00
c. Below 100 square meters _______________________________________ 50.00

13. Gasoline Stations:
a. More than 400 square meters ____________________________________ 90.00
b. 200 to 400 square meters _______________________________________ 60.00
c. Below 200 square meters _______________________________________ 30.00

14. Flower shops __________________________________________________ 30.00

15. Flower stalls ____________________________________________________ 10.00

16. Dealer of motorized vehicle ________________________________________ 100.00

17. Dealer of motor vehicles spare parts and accessories. other supply ________ 100.00

18. Rice and corn grains: wholesaler ____________________________________ 50.00

19. Rice and corn grains: retailer _______________________________________ 25.00

20. Public and Private Market stallholders _______________________________ 30.00

21. Establishments engaged in the buy and sell of other food commodities not specifically enumerated in the above _________________________________ 30.00

22. Establishments engaged in importing/exporting, wholesaling, distributing and/or retailing non-food products
a. More than 200 square meters ____________________________________ 250.00
b. 101 to 200 square meters _______________________________________ 150.00
c. Below 100 square meters _______________________________________ 75.00



1. Restaurants, panciterias, cafeterias, refreshment parlor, canteen, carinderia, snack house or any public eating places with an aggregate floor area of:
a. More than 200 square meters ____________________________________ 100.00
b. 100 to 200 square meters _______________________________________ 50.00
c. Below 100 square meters _______________________________________ 30.00

2. Fast Foods/Food Caterers
a. Which uses non-biodegradable-disposable packing materials and products_____ 30.00
b. Uses biodegradable-disposable packing materials and products ________ 30.00

3. Food Stand, Barbecue stand, fruits stand and vegetable stand and other food items ___ 30.00

4. Ambulant Vendors ________________________________________________ 10.00

5. Night Clubs, Disco houses, Cocktail lounges, Beer gardens, Bars, and other similar establishments with aggregate floor area of:
a. More than 200 square meters ____________________________________ 100.00
b. 100 to 20 square meters ________________________________________ 50.00
c. Below 100 square meters _______________________________________ 30.00

6. Membership clubs (e.g. YMCA), Army and Navy Club and other similar Membership clubs ___________________________________________________________ 50.00

7. Cold Storage _____________________________________________________ 100.00

8. Hotels, Motels, Inns, Pension houses and other buildings:
a. Five stories and higher _________________________________________ 500.00
b. Three to four stories ___________________________________________ 300.00
c. Below three stories ____________________________________________ 150.00

9. Dormitories. Lodging houses, Boarding Houses, etc.
a. More than 200 square meters ___________________________________ 250.00
b. 100 to 200 square meters ______________________________________ 150.00
c. Below 100 square meters ______________________________________ 75.00

10. Private Universities, College, Secondary Schools and other training and Vocational Institutions: Nursery and Primary School
a. More than 400 square meters ____________________________________ 100.00
b. 200 to 400 square meters _______________________________________ 50.00
c. Below 200 square meters _______________________________________ 30.00

11. Church and other religious institutions _______________________________ 30.00

12. Private Hospitals, Clinics, Maternity Clinics, etc.
a. With a bed capacity for 15 or more _______________________________ 500.00
b. With a bed capacity for less than 15 ______________________________ 300.00

13. Dental, optical and other clinics _____________________________________ 150.00

14. Therapeutic clinic and Sauna Baths
a. With 15 or more cubicles _______________________________________ 250.00
b. With less than 15 cubicles ______________________________________ 150.00

15. Dog, Cat and other animal clinics __________________________________ 100.00

16. Tailoring, Dress and Embroidery Shops
a. With 5 or more machines _______________________________________ 50.00
b. With less than 5 machines ______________________________________ 30.00


17. Beauty Parlors and Shops
a. With 3 or more personnel ______________________________________ 50.00
b. With less than 3 personnel ______________________________________ 30.00

18. Barber Shops
a. With 5 or more chairs _________________________________________ 50.00
b. With less than 5 chairs _________________________________________ 30.00

19. Steam, Dry cleaning establishments and laundry ________________________100.00

20. Telegraph, Telephone, Radio and TV Communication and Electric Companies
a. Telephone Companies _________________________________________ 300.00
b. Telegraph, etc. _______________________________________________ 150.00
c. TV ________________________________________________________ 100.00
d. Radio ______________________________________________________ 75.00
e. Telephone Calling Station ______________________________________ 30.00

21. Funeral Parlors
a. Without chapel/mortuary ______________________________________ 200.00
b. With chapel/mortuary _________________________________________ 300.00

22. Cockpit and Boxing Arena _________________________________________ 200.00

23. Bowling Alleys
a. Having 10 or more lanes _______________________________________ 300.00
b. Having 9 or less ______________________________________________ 150.00

24. Billiard and Pools; Mahjong
a. Having 2 tables or more ________________________________________ 50.00
b. Having less than 2 tables _______________________________________ 30.00

25. Video sales / rentals/ shops ________________________________________ 30.00

26. Theaters and Cinematography
a. More than 200 square meters ____________________________________ 300.00
b. 100 to 200 square meters _______________________________________ 150.00
c. Below 100 square meters _______________________________________ 75.00

27. Blueprinting, Xeroxing, and other related business ______________________ 30.00

28. Computer shops and services and the like ____________________________ 30.00

29. Photo shop, wood lamination, photostatic and related business ____________ 30.00

30. Paint. Advertising and art shop _____________________________________ 75.00

31. Repair shops ____________________________________________________ 30.00

32. Repair of motor vehicles and bodies of motor vehicles, including vulcanizing shops, welding shops
a. More than 100 square meters ____________________________________ 150.00
b. 50 to 100 square meters ________________________________________ 100.00
c. Below 50 square meters ________________________________________ 50.00

33. Motorcycles, tricycles and bicycles repair shop
a. With an area of more than 100 square meters _______________________ 75.00
b. With an area of 100 square meters an below________________________ 30.00

34. Repair of office equipment, radios, electric fans, cassette recorder, TVs, refrigerators, air-con and other similar machines ___________________________________100.00


35. Repair of pianos, organs and other similar musical instrument ______________ 75.00

36. Machine shops for any other purpose – including rewinding shops
a. Having an area of more than 100 square meters _____________________ 200.00
b. Having an area of 100 square meters and below _____________________ 100.00

37. Junk shops
a. More than 100 square meters ____________________________________ 50.00
b. 100 square meters below ________________________________________100.00

38. Warehouse of any kind
a. More than 200 square meters ____________________________________250.00
b. 100 to 200 square meters _______________________________________150.00
c. Below 100 square meters _______________________________________ 75.00

39. Parking lot and Terminal areas for bus, cars and other public utility vehicles
a. With an area of more than 200 square meters ________________________250.00
b. With an area of 100 to 200 square meters ___________________________150.00
c. With an area of less than 100 square meters __________________________75.00

40. Operator of cargo or delivery vehicles/trucks and service vehicles
a. With more than 15 vehicles _____________________________________ 200.00
b. With 6 to 15 vehicles __________________________________________ 100.00
c. With 5 or less vehicles _________________________________________ 50.00

41. Printing shops/newspaper and book publications
a. With more than 3 machines _____________________________________300.00
b. With 2 to 3 machines __________________________________________200.00
c. With 1 machine ______________________________________________ 100.00

42. Business/Travel/Employment/Security Agency ________________________ 75.00

43. Accounting, Bookkeeping auditing, and other allied services ________ ______ 75.00

44. Upholstery and upholstery shop
a. More than 200 square meters ____________________________________100.00
b. 10 to 200 square meters _________________________________________75.00
c. below 100 square meters ________________________________________ 50.00

45. Construction Business
a. Class A and above ____________________________________________300.00
b. Class B _____________________________________________________150.00
c. Class C and below ____________________________________________ 75.00

46. All other business, trade, occupational and other establishment not specifically
provided for in any of the classification ______________________________100.00


1. Banks ___________________________________________________________75.00

2. Pawnshops _______________________________________________________ 30.00

3. Investments and other holding companies, security dealers and commodity exchanges________________________________________________________75.00

4. Lending investor ___________________________________________________75.00

5. Financing _________________________________________________________75.00



1. Insurance companies/or offices for all types of insurance both life and non-life________75.00

2. Offices or establishments offering educational plans _______________________75.00

3. Offices or establishments offering memorial plans ________________________ 75.00

4. Offices or establishments offering other pension plans _____________________ 75.00

18.4 The occupants and/or lessee of buildings leased for business purposes shall be liable for Environmental Services Fees.

18.5 Certificate issued in accordance with this ordinance shall expire on the 31st of
December following the date of issuance thereof.

18.6 Every certificate of payment for Garbage Collection Service shall be renewed on or before January 20 of every year, and certificate not renewed within that period shall subject to a surcharge of fifty (50) percent of the prescribed fee which shall be collected in the same manner and at the same time as the prescribed fee.

18.7 Special trips shall be charged separately by a minimum of P200.00 per trip/truck to a maximum of P 500.00 per trip.truck.

18.8 Dumping Fee – Any private entity who will dump or dispose garbage in the dumping site/sanitary landfill site shall be charged as follows:

For biodegradable ______________________________P 15.00/cubic m. or barrel

For non-biodegradable __________________________P 30.00/cubic m. or barrel



a. All deputized officials/citizens shall undergo training and/or attend seminars on the integrated solid waste management system and subjects on: basic health and sanitation, pertinent national and municipal Ordinances on sanitation and environmental protection, public relations, “Code of conduct and Ethical Standards for Public Officials an Employees” and other related subjects as may be necessary. These training and / or seminars shall be conducted by the BEMO & ECOGOV.

b. Only deputized officials / citizens with ID / Mayor’s Appointment shall be
allowed to possess and issue the ISWM Citation tickets.

c. Citation tickets shall be issued only when there is actual violation of a
pertinent provision of this Ordinance

d. Citation tickets shall be accomplished accurately and in full by filling out all items called for in the ticket form, especially the “VIOLATION” portion thereof.

e. The deputized officials shall accomplish immediately a Citation. Ticket has discovery of a violation. As soon as the ticket has been accomplished, the duplicate copy shall be given to the violator without delay. The time and the date the duplicate copy was given to the “VIOLATOR” shall be indicated and then initialed by the offender for confirmation. The officials shall advise the violator to report to the Municipal Treasurer’s Office to pay the corresponding voluntary fine within seventy-two (72) hours from his receipt thereof.


f. The quadruplicate (forth) copy of the Citation ticket shall be submitted by the deputized officials to the MENRO not later than 5:00 o’clock in the afternoon of the day the violation was discovered. The MENRO shall indicate the time and date the quadruplicate copy was received and affix his/her initials for confirmation.

g. The original copy of the Citation ticket shall be retained by the Deputized Officials while the triplicate copy shall submitted to the Municipal Treasurer.

h. If after seventy-two (72) hours from his receipt of the Citation Ticket, the violators fails to appear or refuses to pay the voluntary fine as stipulated in this ordinance, the Municipal Mayor upon recommendation from the MENRO, shall initiate within twenty-four (24) hours the filing of the case against the violator with the proper court.

19.1 Within seventy-two (72) hours from his receipt of the duplicate copy of the Citation Ticket, the violator or respondent may elect in Lieu of prosecution to voluntarily pay the fine provided herein as follows:
a. For individual, vendors, rolling stores, market stalls, sari-sari stores, flower shops, churches and residential houses, trisikads, tricycles, animal-driven vehicles, and the like _________________________________ P 200.00 – fine
b. For eateries/carenderias, barber/massage shops, dress/tailoring shops, shoe shops, parlor/beauty shops, bakeshops, boutique, coffee shops, schools, farmers, PU vehicles, private vehicles and the like ____________________ P 300.00 – fine
c. For banks, offices ( either public and private ), printing shops, bookstores, drugstores/pharmacies, pawnshops, lending institutions; PU Buses, fishing boats and the like ________________________________________ P 500.00 – fine
d. For recreational centers, entertainment spots, transport terminals/garage (public and private), clinics, inns/pension houses, two storey lodging houses/hotels, motels, grocery stores, restaurants, machine shops, manufacturing shops, warehouses, mills/dryers, appliance centers, hardwares, haulers and vans and the like ____________________________________________ ___P 1, 000.00 – fine
e. For beach resorts, wharves (either private or public), airport, three storey hotels, laboratories and the like ___________________________ P 2, 000.00 – fine
f. For four-storey hotels, and the like ___________________ P 3, 000.00 – fine
g. For five-storey hotels and the like ____________________ P 4, 000.00 – fine
h. For factories/plants, livestocks, slaughterhouses, department stores/malls, hospitals (public or private), funeral parlors, commercial ships ( passengers and cargo), six-storey hotels and higher, and the like _________ P 5, 000.00 – fine

Or by imprisonment of not less than one (1) day nor more than one (1) year, or both fine and imprisonment at the discretion of the court without prejudice to the imposition of a higher penalty under any other law or decree such as indicated in the second paragraph of Section 2 of PD 825 (Anti-Littering) which states “ if violators is a corporation, firm or other corporate entities, the maximum penalty shall be imposed upon the president, manager, director or persons responsible for the operations”. Failure to comply with the herein provision shall result to the cancellation of business permits.


20.1 Municipal Environment and Natural Resources Council, roles and responsibilities:
a. Provide policy advisory and recommendation to the implementation of the integrated solid waste management system
b. Conduct regular updating, monitoring and evaluation of the implementation.

20.2 Integrated Solid Waste Management – Technical Working Group (ISWM-TWG). There shall be created and ISWM-TWG for the three components of solid waste management namely: Education, Engineering, and Enforcement, who shall perform the following functions:


a. Assist the Municipal Environment and Natural Resources Office through its Integrated Solid Waste Management Division in the sustainable implementation of the integrated solid waste management system.
b. Provide technical assistance in the implementation of the integrated solid waste management system.

20.3 City Environment and Natural Resources Office. A separate division of integrated solid waste management shall be created in this office to perform the following functions and responsibilities:
a. Implement, supervise, and monitor the operation of collection, transportation and disposal facility management.
b. Implement, supervise, and monitor the municipal’s central recovery composting centers.
c. Continue the conduct of social marketing (IEC) campaign to the various sectors in the community in coordination with the Education Committee.
d. Enforce the provision stipulated in this Ordinance, with the member of the TWG of the ISWM- Enforcement component.
e. Oversee and provide technical and other assistance to the barangays in their implementation of the barangay resource recovery system.
f. Coordinate with the Municipal Environment and Natural Resources Council for policy guidance, recommendation and support.

20.4 Barangays. The barangays is mandated to run the barangay resource recovery system.
a. Implement, supervise, and monitor the operation of the barangay resource recovery system.
b. Coordinate with the junk dealer for the schedule of buying and collecting the recyclable.
c. Conduct continuous social marketing (IEC) campaign to the various sectors in the community.
d. Coordinate with the City Environment and Natural Resources Office for technical and other assistance
e. Coordinate with the Environment and Natural Resources Council for policy guidance and recommendation.

( Please see attached )

Final Provision

SECTION 22. All provisions of any existing ordinance, orders or regulations inconsistent herewith are hereby amended/modified/repealed accordingly.

SECTION 23. SEPARABILITY PROVISIONS. If any provisions of this ordinance, or the application of such provision to any person or circumstances, are declared unconstitutional, the remaining provision for the application of such provision to other persons of circumstances shall not be affected by such declaration.

SECTION 24. EFFECTIVITY . This ordinance shall take effect upon approval.
Unanimously Approved.


Municipal Vice Mayor


Acting Secretary to the Sanggunian


Municipal Mayor
Date signed: August 20, 2004