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Clearances and Permits Division

Environmental Regulations Department


LLDA PERMITS/CLEARANCES
• LLDA Clearance (LC)
LLDA Clearance Exemption
LLDA Clearance Expansion
• Discharge Permit (DP)
• Zero Discharge
• DP Exemption
• Water Permit (for use of surface water)
• Shoreland Occupancy Permits
• Barging Clearance
• Clearance and Permit to Ferry
• Annual Fishpen/Fishcage Permits
LLDA
CLEARANCE
LLDA CLEARANCE

• Any clearance or legal authorization granted


by the Authority to undertake any
development within the Laguna de Bay Region
or perform any other act allowed under its
existing rules.

A one-time permit, ideally to be secured prior
to start of the program/project, after ECC or
CNC
LEGAL FRAMEWORK

• Board Resolution No. 408, Series of 2011

“Revising the Definition of Developmental Activities


Required to Secure LLDA Clearance, amending
LLDA Board Resolution No. 223 series of 2004 and
LLDA Board Resolution No. 286 series of 2006”
LLDA BOARD RESOLUTION
NO. 408
Series of 2011
DEVELOPMENT ACTIVITIES REQUIRED TO SECURE
LLDA LEARANCE

I. RESOURCE EXTRACTION INDUSTRY

1.1 Resource extractive industries or activities but not limited to:

logging quarrying

and

water
abstraction
treasure hunting mining
1.2 Mining exploration activities involving geothermal and oil exploration
except activities involving diamond drilling, trenching and test fitting

Geothermal exploration

oil exploration
II. AGRICULTURE INDUSTRY

2.1 Agro-industrial projects/livestock production including piggery,


poultry and similar animal-raising farms (i.e. goat, cattle, crocodile, etc.

cattle crocodile
piggery

poultry
EXCEPT: goat

a. Animal farms with a population of less than 100 heads or less than 10
sow level where 1 sow is equivalent to 10 pigs
b. Bird farms with a population of less than 1,000 birds
2.2 Abattoir/slaughterhouse with more than 10 animals or 100 birds
slaughtered per day

2.3 Fishpond and fish hatchery in earthen or concrete tanks and other related
activities with a total area of 1,000 m2 and above
2.4 Agricultural production farms/facilities producing exotic species or for
experimental purposes

EXCEPT
Integrated social forestry projects, flowers/ornamental production and
landscaping activities

2.5 Ricemill with multiple pass process and/or with a production capacity
of 1 ton per hour
III. MANUFACTURING/INDUSTRY
3.1 All industrial/manufacturing establishments
EXCEPT:

3.1.1 Industry with no dust/air emission and no generation of process


wastewater
3.1.2 Industry with sewage generation of less than 12 m3/day and/or less
than 212 employees
3.1.3 Industry in which raw materials/products does not have direct
contact with cooling water/coolant
3.1.4 Barangay Micro Business Enterprises (BMBEs) as defined by R.A. 9178
except those which store/generate toxic/hazardous and/or
strongly/highly pollutive wastes
*All BMBEs are required to submit a certification from the appropriate
agency/ies (i.e. DTI, DENR)
3.1.5 Garment/textile and other industry/manufacturing without dyeing
operation
3.1.6 Bakery ovens and confectionery cookers where products are edible
and intended for human consumption
3.1.7 Wooden assemblies having the following equipment: trimmers,
crosscut saws, circular saws of less than 600 mm diameter in size and
S2S type planers of not more than 3 units each provided that no spray
painting/vanishing activity (using air compressor) is involved
3.1.8 Metal works which do not involve spray painting (using compressor)
and/or electroplating process
3.1.9 Feedmill with machine-capacity not exceeding 1 ton per hour
3.1.10 Organic compost/fertilizer making not exceeding 500 metric tons per
annum in capacity
3.1.11 Cold storage/refrigeration facilities provided that no process (i.e. ice
making, meat, fish or vegetable processing or other similar activities)
is involved and/or with less 1 hectare floor area
3.1.12 Storage/post harvest facilities and warehousing for non-
hazardous/non-toxic materials & substances with less than 1 ha. floor area
3.1.13 Traders and importers and exporters of non-hazardous materials or
substances
3.1.14 Brokers-forwarders, trucking, sea and air freight services withour
repair and maintenance facilities
IV. SERVICE INDUSTRY

4.1 Stand-alone fastfood stores, restaurants & similar establishments

4.2 Laboratory, testing & research center, & other similar establishments
that have potential sources of air and water pollution, and/or
toxic/ hazardous waste
4.3 Fuel stations, fuel depots, fuel storage & refilling facilities, and other
similar services

4.4 Transport terminals with repair/maintenance, support facilities and/or


fuel refilling facility/station (i.e. land, airports, ferry,
passenger/cargo terminals

4.5 Car washing engine and/or under body/chassis washing


4.6 Establishments with combined wastewater generation of 12 m3/day & above

4.6.1 laundry services including dry


cleaning and/or steam laundry

4.6.2 auto-repair & maintenance shop


and similar service

4.6.3 auto/industrial machine shops

4.6.4 water refilling station

V. SITE DEVELOPMENT/INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS

5.1 Site development projects such as residential subd., industrial park/


estate including raw lands
5.2 Memorial parks, cemeteries, crematorium, columbarium, funeral
parlor/establishments with embalming facilities, other similar activities

memorial parks cemetery

crematorium

funeral parlor
5.3 Structures with a total floor and facility area (including parking and other
developed spaces) of 1,000 m2 and above

5.3.1 Human occupancy structures such as but not limited to

hotel motel
condominium

dormitory apartment

and other office/residential/commercial buildings


EXCEPT
Individual family dwellings/houses, places of worship such as churches,
temples, synagogues, chapels, mosque & other similar proj regardless of
area
5.3.2 Commercial establishments such as

market
supermarkets/shopping centers, malls
(shopping center with cinemas, boutiques/
shops, department store, supermarket,
etc.) & other similar activities
5.3.3 Recreation & entertainment projects (with commercial, lodging,
restaurants) such as but not limited to:

bathing places
amphitheaters cockpit arena
golf course

zoo
Wellness center
Public swimming resort Theme park theater

zoos, recreational complex, indoor recreational facilities, museums, wellness


centers, and/or with combined wastewater generation of 12 m3/day & above
5.3.4 Health related projects such as

clinic hospital lying in Medical center laboratory

and other similar institutions which uses and generates toxic &
hazardous substances/wastes
5.3.5 Educational services such as schools (pre-elementary, elementary,
secondary, special, specialized, etc.), institutes & universities, and/or
with combined wastewater generation of 12 m3/day

school university

5.3.6 Television/radio stations and other similar


establishments/facilities/projects
5.4 Telecommunication facilities such as cell sites, transmission and
telecommunication towers

Transmission
Telecommuni-
towers
cell sites cation towers

EXCEPT
5.4.1 Indoor Antenna
5.4.2 Based transceiver station (refers to equipment housing only and
does not involve installation of a tower, based transceiver
station antenna without equipment room or tower & based
transceiver station mounted on any existing structure
5.4.3 Installation on top of a building, wall mounted and floor mounted
5.4.4 Pole and parapet mounted antennae
5.4.5 Monopole tower
5.4.6 Guy tower
5.5 Infrastructure projects such as roads, bridges, viaducts, tunnels,
railways, power plants, power transmission sites and substations, water
abstraction/water treatment facilities, water impounding structures, dams
including back filling, reclamation, and other engineering projects
involving earth moving or physical alteration of the area

viaducts
reclamation tunnel

railway

dams
roads
bridge
EXCEPT
5.5.1 Power plants with capacity less than or equal to 1 megawatt
5.5.2 Substation/switchyard with rated capacity less than or equal to 83
megavolt amperes
5.5.3 Const. of temporary or permanent minor structures or facilities
accessory to existing installations provided that such installations are
allowable, conforming or in conformity with local zoning ordinances and/or
the Nat’l. Bldg. Code, such as signs, fences, curbs, gutters, sidewalks,
driveways abutting existing streets, and pedestrian overpass, etc.
5.5.4 Enhancement/mitigating projects of soil erosion control
measures through either vegetative (e.g.
planting/reforestation, bench-brush, fascine, etc.) or
engineering/structural (e.g. check dams, gabions, riprap/retaining
walls, etc.)

5.5.5 Rehabilitation of existing structures (including maintenance


and repair works involving negligible, no expansion nor
change or land use beyond that which is/was previously
existing)

5.6 Demolition or abandonment of dangerous or condemned


buildings and facilities with previously stored/used
toxic/hazardous substances
VI. WASTE MANAGEMENT PROJECTS
6.1 Waste disposal sites (i.e. sanitary landfill), waste processing facilities,
transfer stations and other similar projects

Transfer station
Waste processing
Sanitary landfill facility

EXCEPT

Receiving/recycling facilities (material segregation only) for paper,


plastic and other non-hazardous materials such as material recovery
facilities, junkshop and other similar facilities
6.2 Wastewater treatment facility (service provider) except those purely
treating domestic wastewater of less than 12 m3/day

Wastewater treatment facilities

VII. OTHER DEVELOPMENTAL ACTIVITIES

7.1 Any project, activity or establishment which uses/stores toxic/hazardous


substances and/or dangerous goods such as explosives,
compressed gases, corrosive, poisonous and other similar
substances

explosives
chemicals
7.2 Any operation, technology, process or activity resulting to the
discharge or contaminants to land air and water. It includes
use of hazardous or toxic waste materials; or produces and
requires the disposal of waste materials that will pose health
hazards, or will generate significant amount of organic solid
SECTION 11. ADMINISTRATIVE FINES

Classification of Violation Amount

Without Notice of
Notice of Violation
  (NOV) Php 5,000.00
Establishment developing/  
constructing/operating w/o LC   Php 5,000.00/year
With NOV reckoned from
  the receipt of the
    NOV
Violation of Clearance   Php 5,000.00/
Condition   violation of
    condition
No administrative fine shall be imposed
against establishments exempted by
Board Resolution No. 223, provided LLDA
Clearance is filed within six (6) month
from August 20, 2011
LLDA Clearance Requirements
 Duly accomplished & notarized Application Form
Environmental Compliance Certificate (ECC) from EMB –
NCR or Region IV
SEC – Articles of Incorporation (for Corporation) or
Certificate of Business Registration from the Department of
trade and Industry (for Single Proprietorship)
 Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) or Initial
Environmental Examination/Project Description/Engineer’s
Report on manufacturing process and waste management
including plans pertinent to waste treatments. Report must
include waste characterization, treatment scheme, and
efficiency
LLDA Clearance Requirements

Plans (site development plan, vicinity plan, and


drainage/sewer plan); and
Shoreland Certification from the Surveillance Monitoring
Division-ERD, LLDA if the site or project area is within
Shoreland Barangays of Laguna de Bay.
LLDA Clearance
The LLDA Clearance shall be issued subject to such conditions as the
Authority may impose including, but not limited to:

 a) Submission of Locational Clearance or certification from the administrator


of industrial park/estate or the Philippine Economic Zone Authority in
the case of PEZA-administered industrial parks/zones;

 b) Submission of copy of water bills for the last three (3) months, water
permit or water permit application from the National Water Resources Board
(NWRB) or surface water permit from the LLDA;

c) For subdivision or housing projects, submission of Engineering-Structural


Geological Assessments.

Failure to comply with any of the conditions of the approved/issued LLDA


Clearance shall be subject to administrative fine under Board Resolution No.
408, Series of 2011.
LC Application Form
ENVIRONMENTAL USER FEE
SYSTEM (EUFS)
and
DISCHARGE PERMIT
LEGAL FRAMEWORK

LLDA Board Resolution No. 25 series of 1996 “Adoption of


the Environmental User Fee System (EUFS)”

LLDA Board Resolution No. 33 series of 1996 “Approving


the Rules & Regulations implementing the EUFS in the
LDBR”

--these rules shall govern the administration of


DISCHARGE PERMITS that are based on an assessment
of fees and charges on industrial or municipal effluents
including their application, issuance, modifications,
sanctions and enforcement
ENVIRONMENTAL USER FEE SYSTEM

EUFS is a market-based instrument that


applies the “polluters pay principle”

EUFS serves as an economic means to


force polluters to reduce/abate water
pollution while instituting remedial
measures within their establishment
EUFS was initially implemented in the Laguna
de Bay Region in 1997
EUFS COVERAGE

Biochemical Oxygen Demand (BOD5)


INTRO PHASE (1997) : Top 5 Polluting Industries
beverages, food processing, pulp &
paper, piggeries/slaughterhouses & textiles
SECOND PHASE (1998-1999) : All industries
with wastewater, subdivisions & com-
mercial estab. Incl. food chains & resto.
ONGOING IMPLEMENTATION : EUFS was
adopted as a long term EMP
Who are affected by this EUFS?

All development projects, installations,


activities that discharge liquid waste into
and pose a threat to the environment of
the Laguna de Bay Region:
•industrial
•commercial
•domestic
•agricultural
THE USER FEE STRUCTURE

EUF = FIXED FEE + VARIABLE FEE*

*VARIABLE FEE = LOADING** x Rate

**LOADING = Q x BOD5 x days/yr x 0.001


ENVIRONMENTAL USER FEE STRUCTURE

Fixed Fee - cost of compliance monitoring,


analysis, etc.
Conventional (no heavy metals)
Flowrate of Discharge Fixed Fee
Less than 30 cubic meters per day - P 8,000
More than 30 but less than 150
cubic meters per day - P16,000
More than 150 cubic meters per day - P24,000
Heavy Metals
Less than 150 cubic meters per day - P16,000
More than 150 cubic meters per day - P24,000
Variable Fee – depend on the strength or
concentration of the discharge
Charging parameter depends on industry category:
either Biochemical Oxygen Demand (BOD) or Total
Suspended Solids (TSS)

Variable Fee Rate


For complying with the Effluent Standards - P5 per kg BOD/TSS
For non-complying with the Effluent
Standards - P30 per kg BOD/TSS

Pollution case shall be filed against firms discharging


wastewater exceeding the effluent standards
Distribution of Enterprises in the Laguna De Bay Watershed

The red dots represents the locations of industries/enterprises. The bulk of polluters are on the western portion of
the Lake. In order to control or abate the pollution generated by industries/enterprises which will eventually
drain to the Laguna de bay or its tributaries, LLDA introduced the EUFS.
DISCHARGE PERMIT
• Legal authorization granted by LLDA to
discharge liquid waste or wastewater of
specified concentration and volume into the
sewer or any water body that directly or
eventually drains into the Laguna de Bay for
the specified period of time

• Valid for 1 to 3 years, renewable during


revalidation period and within 1 month from
its expiration
DISCHARGE PERMIT (NEW)

Basic Requirements

1. Duly Accomplished, Signed, Notarized


Application Form
DP Application Form
2. Water bills/reading registered in the name of the
applicant:

If the source of water is from supplier/provider, water


bills/reading for the last three (3) months;

and or

If the source of water is from groundwater/deepwells,


water permit or water permit application from NWRB

If the water source is from surface water, water permit or


water permit application from LLDA
DISCHARGE PERMIT (NEW)

3. Water Treatment Facility Lay-out with complete


specifications of the treatment process duly signed and
sealed by a licensed structural/civil or sanitary engineer
who prepared the report and countersigned by the
owner;  

4. Engineer’s Report/Technical Report consisting of:


 - The declaration of product capacity stating the quantity
or volume and the generic name(s) of products(s), the
nature and character of applicant’s waste, its chemical
composition, total daily volume of discharge of raw waste,
treatment process and estimate treatment efficiency, and
             - The total daily volume of water composition and
discharge of finally treated waste or effluent
With wastewater discharge
nature & characteristics of waste incl. its chemical
composition, total daily vol. of discharge of raw waste,
treatment process and estimated treatment efficiency, total
daily vol. of discharge of finally treated waste or effluent
with attached results of laboratory analysis and signed by
the preparer

No wastewater discharge (Zero discharge)


nature & characteristic of applicant’s waste incl. its
chemical composition, total daily vol. of discharge of raw
waste, nature of zero discharge scheme:

recycle/re-use
haul by service provider/treated
containment/loss by evaporation
DISCHARGE PERMIT (NEW)
5. For establishments discharging on a by-batch mode,
schedule of Discharge in tables or report (if schedule is not
fixed, a projected schedule of at least a month shall be
attached);

6. For LLDA Clearance-exempted projects, Government


issued documents as proof existence (e.g. BIR, LGU
certificate of occupancy, SSS, mechanical permit, etc.
dated before 1976)

7. LLDA Clearance
DISCHARGE PERMIT (RENEWAL)

NOTE:

The application form and its supporting documents shall


be filed in two (2) copies. The third copy will be
retained by the proponent as a received copy.
 
The LLDA shall accept only complete applications.
DISCHARGE PERMIT CONDITIONS

Compliance to Effluent Standards

Submission of notarized Quarterly SMR

Logbook containing records of the


operation of the treatment facilities
DISCHARGE PERMIT CONDITIONS

Accreditation of Pollution Control Officer (PCO)

PCO ID

Posting of DP or a copy thereof in a


conspiciuous location

NOTE: DP must be renewed within thirty (30) days before the


date of expiration
GEOGRAPHICAL EXPIRATION OF PERMITS

Month MM Rizal Laguna Cav/Btgas


1st Wed 2nd Wed 3rd Wed 4th Wed
Jan Pasay Cainta Sn Pedro
Binan
Feb Pasig Taytay Silang
Carmona
GMA
Tagaytay
Mar Marikina Angono Sta. Rosa
Cardona
Binangonan
April Pateros Morong Cabuyao

May Taguig Teresa Calamba

June Muntinlupa Antipolo Sto. Tomas


GEOGRAPHICAL EXPIRATION OF PERMITS

Month MM Rizal Laguna Cav/Btgs


1st Wed 2nd Wed 3rd Wed 4th Wed
July Manila Rodrguez Tanauan
Malvar
Aug Quezon San Mateo Alam., Rizal
City San Pablo
Sept Caloocan Baras Los Banos, Bay, Calauan
Victoria, Pila

Oct Tanay Sta Cruz


Nagcarlan
Liliw
Magdlena
Nov Pililla Luis,LumbanPagsanjan Lucban
Cavinti, Majayjay
Dec Jalajala Kal. Paete, Pakil, Pangil,
Famy, Siniloan, Mabitac,
Sta. Maria
POLLUTION CONTROL OFFICER
Accreditation Requirements (BR 455)
NOTARIZED Application Form
Official Designation from CEO
Duties & Responsibilities as PCO included
Cert. Of Attendance in 40 hr Training/Seminar
attended w/in the last 3 mos. (LLDA MC 2016-06)
conducted by LLDA
Certificate of Employment certified correct by
the HR and approved by the CEO/GM
Note: Should be submitted within 3 months
from date of seminar (LLDA MC 2016-06)
MINIMUM PROFESSIONAL
QUALIFICATIONS:

1. Licensed engineer of appropriate discipline OR


2. Graduate of any four (4) year course OR

3. Has been in the company for the past three


(3) years on a supervisory position
OR
4. Owner or the Plant Manager regardless of
professional qualifications.
Memorandum Circular No. 04 s. 2000
Persons Authorized to Transact Business
with the LLDA on Regulatory Permits &
Other Requirements
• For existing industrial establishments:
 Accredited PCO; or
 Designated PCO if accreditation is in
process
• For new industries:
 Chief Executive Officers, Owners or their equiv.
The LLDA shall not transact business with
Consultants or those who are maintained by the
Company on retainer basis
Validity of Discharge Permit

The Discharge Permit (DP) shall be valid for a


maximum period of three (3) years from the date
of issuance, subject to revalidation / renewal per
LLDA Board Resolution No. 298
Criteria for Issuance of Discharge Permit

The Validity of the DP shall be determined based on the


following set of criteria for each case scenario:
Case 1
A discharge permit shall be valid for three (3) years if the
establishment satisfies any of the following criteria

a. The establishment is an ISO 14001 certified (or any


internationally recognized environmental certification)
provided that there is no pending case or violation of any
rules and regulations enforced by the Authority
b. The establishment has complied with LLDA Rules and
Regulations including but not limited to permit conditions
and the prescribed effluent standards within the last three
(3) years prior to issuance of the long-term permit

c. The firm is a recipient of an award being given by the


Authority relative to environmental performance

Case 2
A discharge permit shall be valid for two (2) years if the
establishment satisfies any of the following criteria:

a. That the establishment’s activity falls under the category of


gasoline station, and other similar activities provided that
there is no pending case or violation of any rules and
regulations of the Authority
b. That the establishment is practicing zero-discharge scheme
(close loop system) provided that there is no pending case
or violation of any rules and regulations of the Authority
c. The establishment has no pending water pollution case
within the past two years and all payable accounts have
been settled (i.e. re-sampling fee, arrears, surcharge, EUF,
etc
Case 3
A discharge permit with a validity of one (1) year shall be
issued to those establishments who had pending water
pollution case prior to the date of its issuance, provided
that the said case had been dismissed and all payable
accounts had been settled (i.e. re-sampling fee, arrears,
surcharge, EUF, etc.)
REVALIDATION OF Discharge Permit

• All issued Long Term Discharge Permit shall be


revalidated annually subject to payment of EUF and
other applicable fees.
• The Pollution Control Officer (PCO) shall bring the
following to the LLDA Clearances and Permits
Division (CPD):
– Approved Original DP
– Payment of applicable fees/fines are paid in full
– Certificate of attendance to 4 hr seminar
DISCHARGE PERMIT EXEMPTIONS
 
•    Single residential buildings and similar human occupancy
structures that have twelve (12) cubic meters per day or less
in total domestic sewage generation;
• Dry industrial establishment that generates twelve (12)
cubic meters or less of total domestic sewage per day or
with maximum of 212 workers and with septic tanks; and
• Industrial or commercial establishment
interconnected to central wastewater or sewage
treatment plant or facility that is duly permitted to treat
wastewater or domestic sewage discharges;
EUF INCENTIVES

REDUCED USER FEES


Low volume of discharge, Low EUF
Low BOD concentration, Low EUF
REGULATORY FLEXIBILTY
Less Frequency of Analysis & Submission of SMR
Less compliance monitoring
FIRM’S CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT
Pollution Prevention
Waste minimization, reduction, recycling,
cleaner production
REQUIRED DAILY DATA ENTRY IN
LOGBOOK/
DAILYLOGSHEET/COMPUTER ENTRY

CONTINUING
ENVIRONMENTAL
EDUCATION PROGRAM
(CEEP)
I. General Requirements
(applicable for II & III)
Date of data entry
Daily water consumption deep wells,
delivery trucks, water supply by local
water utilities, and other sources.
Name (refers to the person in-charge of
recording the data)
Volume of production and production time
(can be in monthly basis provided daily
outputs are revealed).
Maintenance, breakdown, brownouts, etc.
II. Company with wastewater discharge
 Hourly effluent volumetric flowrate (m3/d) for
companies discharging 150 m3/d or more. (There
are some companies who are required also to
have influent reading specifically those with
strong waste)

 Daily average effluent volumetric flowrate


(m3/d) for companies discharging less than 150
m3/d. For companies with shifting work
schedules, effluent flowrate for each is required .
 Effluent and/or influent reading of the following
parameters / items:
1. pH
2. Types of chemicals and the amounts used
3. Others
III. For Zero discharge
 With wastewater treatment facility
1. Operating hours
2. Volumetric flow rate (m3/d) of recycled
process water
3. Average water consumption
4. Others
 Lagoon / Pond
1. Maintenance activity
a. Number of workers involved
b. Machine / equipment used
c. Volume of sludge removed
d. Siphoning / de-sludging / excavation
schedule
2. Others
 Septic Tank
Example 1: Format of logbook for company not ISO certified / with
established EMS (Environmental Management System) with
wastewater discharge (conventional / not a strong waste)
more than 30 m3/d

Date: _________ Page No. __________

Time Name of Q (Effluent) pH / Temperature Water


Operator Consumption

8:00 Juan 50.3 8.12 / 28.4 (See water bills)

9:00 Pedro 67.0 8.40 / 28.93


Example 2: Format of logbook for zero discharge company (lagoon)

Date: _________ Page No. __________

Water level in the lagoon:

pH:

TSS

DE-SLUDGING

Number of workers involved:


Machine used:
Amount of sludge generated:
Means of disposal:
Thank You & Good
Day!!!

JINKY G. AÑONUEVO
CPD, ERD

376-4039 L 104