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Ordinance No.

Series of 2019


Sponsored by: Kgd. Edgardo O. Tejero Co-Sponsored by: Kgd. Alfredo H. Navajas

WHEREAS, the Barangay 51 Zone 4 is committed to the protection, preservation and

conservation of the ecosystem;
WHEREAS, it is the responsibility of the barangay to effectively and efficiently implement the Solid
Waste Management System under Republic Act No. 9003 in its territorial jurisdictions;

WHEREAS, Section 16 of the Local Government Code (RA 7160) also provides:

“SEC. 16. General Welfare. – Every local government unit shall exercise the powers expressly granted,
those necessarily implied there from, as well as powers necessary, appropriate, or incidental for its
efficient and effective governance, and those which are essential to the promotion of the general
welfare. Within their respective territorial jurisdictions, local government units shall ensure and
support, among other things . . . promote health and safety, enhance the right of the people to a
balanced ecology, maintain peace and order, and preserve the comfort and convenience of their

WHEREAS, the unsystematic waste disposal by households and commercial/industry establishments

cause unsightly surroundings and spread of communicable diseases;

WHEREAS, the practice of waste segregation to facilitate reuse and recycling does not only reduce the
cost of collection and disposal of garbage but conserves the natural resources of materials and avoid
wasteful consumption of goods;

NOW THEREFORE, on motion of Kagawad Edgardo O. Tejero duly seconded by Kagawad Alfredo H.



Kolek, Kilo, Kita para sa Walakstik na Maynila Program at Tapat ko Linis ko Ordinance

Biodegradables/Compostables or “Nabubulok”;
Recyclables or “Di-nabubulok na maaari pang pakinabangan”; and
Residuals & Special Wastes or “Di-nabubulok na di na mapapakinabangan.”

Section 1. Title. This Ordinance shall be known as “An Ordinance on the Ecological Solid Waste

ARTICLE II – Coverage

Section 2. Coverage. This Ordinance shall apply to all residential houses; commercial establishments
such as bakeries, eateries, sari-sari stores, auto-repair shops; institutions like schools, churches, public
and private offices; industrial establishments of any kind; and rice commercial areas situated within
the territorial jurisdictions of BARANGAY 51 ZONE 4 DISTRIICT 1 MANILA”

ARTICLE III – Legal Basis, Purpose, Goal and Objectives

Section 3. Legal Basis. This Ordinance is enacted to implement the provisions of Republic Act No. 9003
which mandates the proper segregation and collection of household wastes and to promote the
Kolek, Kilo, Kita para sa Walakstik na Maynila Program

SECTION 4. Purpose. This Ordinance is enacted for the following purposes:

4.1 To guide, control and regulate the generation of solid wastes within the Barangay and
promote an orderly and sanitary system for the same;

4.2 To enhance the total environment of the locality through the necessary control and
mitigation of negative environmental impacts of solid waste;

4.3 To promote and protect the health, safety, peace and convenience of the general welfare
of the inhabitants of the Barangay;

4.4 To minimize the generation of solid waste and maximize possible

resource/recovery/recycling and utilization by:

a. Maximizing the use of goods and consumption of foods;

b. Encouraging the salvaging of possible “recoverable” from solid wastes for re-use and/or
recycling back to production process;

c. Support the Kolek, Kilo, Kita para sa Walakstik na Maynila program of Manila City
government, in partnership with the Pasig River Rehabilitation Commission (PRRC) and various private
companies; An incentivized plastic waste collection program as part of efforts to address the country’s
waste problem and save Pasig River from pollution, and

d. Encouraging the recycling and resource recovery of wastes thru proper segregation

SECTION 5. Goal. The primary goal of this Ordinance is to enhance ecological balance of the
community through sustainable and integrated waste management.
SECTION 6. Objectives. The objectives of this Ordinance are the following:

6.1 To ensure round-the-clock cleanliness through the orderly management of waste;

6.2 To eradicate unsightly, uncovered and overflowing waste containers in streets, public
places and open spaces;

6.3 To maximize and optimize sanitary resource recovery for feeds, materials and others; and

6.4 To minimize pollution arising from harmful gases, smoke particulates produced by
needless burning/dumping, polluted runoffs into water sources/supply, and hazardous substances.

ARTICLE IV – Definition of Terms

Section 7. Definition of Terms. As used in this Ordinance, the following term has its meaning as

7.1 Biodegradable – any material that can be reduced into finer particles (degraded or
decomposed) by microbiological organisms or enzymes (synonymous with compostable).

7.2 Biodegradable Wastes – fruit & vegetable peelings, spoiled food & leftovers, vegetable
trimmings, fish scales, egg shells, seafood shells, animal entrails & carcasses, corn cobs & sheaths, rice
hulls, peanut shells, wet newspapers & cardboards, wet papers & cartons, coconut shells & husks,
seeds, garden & grass clippings, pet/poultry/livestock manure, chipped branches and sawdust;

7.3 Compost – decayed organic material for use as soil conditioner or fertilizer.

7.4 Composting – biological degradation under controlled conditions; the process of making
biodegradables such as food waste, garden waste, animal waste and human waste into compost by
mixing them with soil, water, biological additives/activators (optional) and air.

7.5 Domestic Waste – refuse from households, as distinguished from industrial waste, hospital
waste, etc. which may be classified as biodegradable (compostable) or non-biodegradable (non-

7.6 Recyclable Wastes – dry papers & newspapers, dry cardboards & cartons, plastic materials
like plastic containers, plastic water bottles, plastic bottle caps, PVC & PE pipes, computer casing, tin
cans & covers, aluminum cans, iron steel, copper wires, broken transparent glasses, glass bottles,
toner cartridges, computer ink cartridges.

7.7 Residual Wastes – sando bags, packing wrappers, styropors/styrofoams, cigarette butts,
worn out plastic sacks, dirt from sweepings, worn out rags, sanitary napkins, disposable diapers,
plastic straws, parlor & barbershop waste, household medicine bottles, broken ceramics, colored
broken glasses, coco fiber from cushions, poultry feathers.
7.8 Special Wastes – paint & thinner containers, spray canisters, household batteries,
pharmaceutical waste, spoiled, spilled, expired cosmetic waste, lead-acid batteries, used oil filters,
broken tiles.

7.9 Bulky Wastes – used rubber tires; garden debris; destroyed TV sets, radios, stereos,
washing machines, dryers, stoves, refrigerators, & dishwashers; broken furniture, filing cabinets, book
cases, beds & cushions.

ARTICLE V – Segregation of Wastes

SECTION 8. Mandatory Segregation of Solid Wastes. The segregation of wastes shall primarily be
conducted at the source, to include household, institutional, industrial, commercial and agricultural
sources: Provided that wastes shall be segregated into the categories provided in Section 2 of this

SECTION 9. Requirements for the Segregation and Storage of Solid Waste Pending Collection. The
following shall be the minimum standards and requirements for segregation and storage of solid
waste pending collection:

9.1 There shall be a suitable container such as a plastic bag or the like for the ecological solid
waste before these are brought out along the streets or being brought out at the assigned dumping

9.2 There shall be a separate container for each type of waste from all sources: Provided, That
in the case of bulky waste, it will suffice that the same be collected and placed in a separate and
designated area; and

9.3 The solid waste container depending on its use shall be properly marked or identified for
on-site collection as follows:

a. Biodegradables/Compostables or “Nabubulok”;
b. Recyclables or “Di-nabubulok na maaari pang pakinabangan”; and
c. Residuals & Special Wastes or “Di-nabubulok na ‘di na mapapakinabangan.”

ARTICLE VI – Collection and Disposal

Section 10. Collection/Drop-off Points. All Street residents must have a designated strategic
collection/drop-off points to facilitate the hauling of segregated solid waste materials of the

10.1. Only segregated solid waste materials must be brought to the collection points at the
time and date of collection; “HINDI HAHAKUTIN NG TRAK KUNG HINDI SEGREGATED”, and

10.2. A Barangay personnel must be assigned in every collection points to ensure that the
delivered solid wastes by the household are properly segregated.
Section 11. Collection of Segregated Waste Materials at the Barangay. The Department of Public
Safety DPS Manila 1 through the City Ecological Solid Waste Management Task Force shall be the
responsible agent in the collection of segregated solid waste materials at Dagupan Street or at its
collection points because the barangay has no capacity of transporting their segregated solid waste

Section 12. Schedule of Segregated Solid Waste Materials Collection at the Barangay. The schedule of
collection for the accumulated segregated solid waste materials at the barangay will be determined in
coordination with the barangay concern and be properly disseminated by the DPS Manila 1.

SECTION 13. Residential Areas. The garbage shall be collected through the present system of
collection within the barangay. Independent collection systems of the composite barangays shall be

SECTION 14. Schools, Churches, and Business Establishments. All garbage in these locations shall also
be collected in the same manner as in Section 10.

SECTION 15. Time of Dumping. Time of dumping of ecological solid wastes for collection at the
collection point/sites shall be from five o’clock to six o’clock in the morning (5-6 am) on the day of
collection of the garbage scheduled to be collected only.

ARTICLE VII – Prohibited Acts

SECTION 16. Prohibited Acts. The following acts are prohibited and its corresponding Fines and

16.1 Bringing out and dumping of garbage outside of collection day and proper time of
dumping for collection, indiscriminately dumping garbage, littering, throwing, dumping of solid waste
matters in public places, such as roads, sidewalks, canals, drainage systems, curbs and gutters, esteros
or parks, and other natural waterways, and establishment, or causing or permitting the same;

16.2 The open and indiscriminate burning of residual and special wastes;

16.3 Causing or permitting the collection of non-segregated or unsorted waste/non-

segregation of wastes into biodegradable, recyclable, and residual/special; and

16.4 Unauthorized removal of recyclable materials intended for collection by authorized

ARTICLE VIII – Penal Provisions

SECTION 17. Fines and Penalties. The following fines and penalties shall be imposed to any person
who violates specific provisions of this ordinance. He/she shall be issued with a CITATION TICKET or
NOTICE OF VIOLATION by an enforcer duly assigned/designated by the Punong Barangay.

17.1 For paragraphs (16.1) to (16.4): “Paglabas ng basura sa hindi itinakdang oras at
pagtatapon nito sa kalye, lansangan o estero; Pagsunog ng basura, maling paghihiwalay ng basura at
walang pahintulot na pangingialam sa mga “recyclable materials” na nakatakda nang kolektahin ng
DPS truck o Garbage Collector.

First Offense – Warning

Second Offense – Php100.00
Third Offense – Php300.00
Subsequent – Php500.00

17.2 Households and establishments that do not provide receptacles/containers for their
refuse/solid waste; “Mga residente at tauhan ng kumpanya na hindi maglalagay ng angkop na sisidlan
ng mga nabubulok na basura.

First Offense – Warning

Second Offense – Php100.00
Third Offense – Php150.00
Subsequent – Php250.00

17.3 Not keeping the surrounding areas and immediate premises clean by establishments,
institutions, households and other concerned occupants. Streets shall be kept clean by occupants or
owners of properties lining the street from the line of the property to the middle of the street and
from one property to the other. “Paglabag ng residente sa TAPAT KO LINIS KO ordinance ng Maynila”

First Offense – Warning

Second Offense – Php150.00
Third Offense – Php300.00
Subsequent – Php500.00

17.4 If the offense is committed by a corporation, partnership, or other juridical entity duly
organized in accordance with law, the chief executive officer, president, general manager, managing
partner or such other officer-in-charge shall be liable for the commission of the offense penalized
under this Ordinance.
17.5 Violators shall not be given barangay clearances and certifications until he/she has paid
and/or served his/her fines/penalties. Their names also shall be posted at conspicuous places in the

17.6 Violations shall be accounted per household and the head of the family shall be
responsible in the implementation of the Ordinance in their respective household. In effect, any
violation committed by the household shall be carried by all members of the said household except
household helps, transient visitors, and other temporary or visiting individuals.

SECTION 18. Utilization of Collected Fines. Thirty percent (30%) of the collected fines shall accrue to
the General Fund for appropriations for the next fiscal year and the remaining Seventy percent (70%),
which shall be called as Brgy. Ecological Solid Waste Management (ESWM) Fund, shall be used for the
allowance of the BARANGAY 51 ZONE 4 Eco-aides;

18.1 Procurement of Materials, Equipment, Protective Gears and other items necessary for the proper
implementation of the Ecological Solid Waste Management of the BARANGAY 51 ZONE 4;

18.2 Information, education, communication and monitoring activities of the Ecological Solid Waste
Management of BARANGAY 51 ZONE 4;

18.3 Acquisition of products, facilities, technologies and processes necessary to enhance proper
ecological solid waste management;

18.4 Awards and incentives;

18.5 Research programs;

18.6 Technical assistance;

18.7 Capability-building activities; and

18.8 Maintenance and other related activities, programs, etc. for the Materials Recovery Facility of

ARTICLE IX – Miscellaneous Provisions

SECTION 19. Citizen Suits. For purposes of enforcing the provisions of this Ordinance, any citizen may
file an appropriate civil or criminal action in the barangay against any person who violates or fails to
comply with the provisions of this Ordinance. The Barangay concerned shall exempt such action from
payment of filing fees.

SECTION 20. Separability Clause. If any provision of this Ordinance or the application of such provision
to any person or circumstances is declared unconstitutional, the remainder of this Ordinance or the
application of such provision to other persons or circumstances shall not be affected by such
SECTION 21. Repealing Clause. All existing ordinances and resolutions of this barangay found to be
inconsistent herewith are hereby repealed or modified accordingly.

SECTION 22. Effectivity. This Ordinance shall take effect in accordance with the provisions of the Local
Government Code of 1991.

this November 9, 2019.


Adopted this ___ of November 2019, City of Manila.

Certify true and correct;

Jeffrey Cagunot
Barangay Secretary
Approved By:

Rommel J. Bravo
Punong Barangay

Rogelio G. Pasion Jr. Antonio D. Lopez Dalisay M. Moral

Kagawad Kagawad Kagawad

Ronald D. Bartolome Maria Theresa F. Felipe Edgardo O. Tejero

Kagawad Kagawad Kagawad

Alfredo H. Navajas Kevin Clyde B. Manalo

Kagawad SK Chairperson
Attested By:

Brian Q. Centeno
Barangay Treasurer