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Muntinlupa City

Hon. ALDRIN L. SAN PEDRO


City Mayor

City
Profile
Income Classification: First Class
City Classification:
Highly Urbanized
Land Area:
46.7 sq km
No. of Barangays: Nine (9)
Population:
452,943 (2007 Census)
499,575 (2011 projection)
Income (2010): Php 2,503,250,551.00
Revenue per capita: Php 5,135.03

Boundari
es
North : Taguig City
Northwest : Paraaque
City
East : Laguna Lake
West : Las Pias City
Southwest : Cavite
Province
South : Laguna Province

Eight of the citys nine barangays are

located along Laguna de Bays


southwestern coast, namely (North to
South): Sucat, Buli, Cupang, Alabang,
Bayanan, Putatan, Poblacion, and Tunasan.
11.2 km of the Lakes shoreline is within

the territorial jurisdiction of Muntinlupa City

Rivers
and
Tributari
es

River/ Creek
name

Length (m)

Bagumbayan River

1,266

Sucat River

2,689

Palico River

944.3

Kabulusan River

990.6

Pasong Diablo
River

6,098

Manggate River

7,909

Alabang River

14,720

Bayanan River

12,080

Balimbing River

3,214

Poblacion Creek

7,539

Magdaong River

4,771

Magdaong Creek

3,827

Tunasan River
Sto. Nio Creek
TOTAL

16,030
1,222
83,299.90

Flood-prone areas

The Ondoy
Experience
10,572 families affected by severe

flooding
Damage to infrastructure amounted
to
Php. 420M

The Ondoy
Experience

San Guillermo St., Bgy.


Putatan

The Ondoy
Experience

(Above) San Guillermo St.


and (Right) Muntinlupa
City Technical Institute
located in Bgy. Putatan

The Ondoy
Experience

National Power Corporation


in Bgy. Sucat

Buli Business High School


in Bgy. Buli

The Ondoy
Experience

Thousands of displaced families were


brought to the nearest evacuation area
where they spent almost 4 months due to
their submerged houses.

Waste Composition

Table on Volume of Waste Collected, CY


2010
Percent (%)

Volume (cu.
m.)

Weight (kg)

Weight
(ton)

Paper

11.91

110.22

15,675.51

15.68

Glass

3.76

34.79

4,947.38

4.95

Plasti
c

29.30

271.11

38,556.89

38.56

Metal

4.08

37.75

5,368.39

5.37

Organic

41.48

383.84

54,589.46

54.59

Inorganic

9.29

86.01

12,231.96

12.23

Special
Waste

0.12

1.13

161.03

0.16

Hazardous

0.06

0.54

76.93

0.08

925.38

131,607.54

131.61

100.00 Center
Source:Total
Environmental Sanitation

The Plastic Problem

Table on *Estimated Volume and Weight of Plastic and


Styro Collected, CY 2010
Volume (cu.
m.)

Weight (kg)

Weight (ton)

117.72

16,742.29

16.74

Styro

7.98

1,135.47

1.14

Total

125.70

17,877.76

17.88

Plastic

*Based on 13.58% computation using Waste Analysis Characterization Study


Source: Environmental Sanitation Center

Monthly Average
Volume (cu.
m.)

Weight (kg)

Weight (ton)

Plastic

9.81

1,395.20

1.40

Styro

0.66

94.62

0.10

The BYOB Solution


Bring-Your-Own-Bag/Bayong
Ordinance (Ord. No. 10-109)
An Ordinance Prohibiting the Use of Plastic
Bags on Dry Goods, Regulating Its Utilization
on Wet Goods, and Prohibiting the Use of
Styrofoam/Styrophor in the City of
Muntinlupa and Prescribing the Penalties
Thereof.
Enacted : January 2010
Implemented : January 2011

Salient Points of the BYOB


Ordinance
Business establishments and/or individuals

are prohibited from:


1. using plastic bags as packaging materials
for dry goods
2. using plastic bags as secondary packaging
material for wet goods
3. using styrofoam/styrophor and other similar
materials as containers for food, produce
and other products
4. selling or offering plastic bags for use as
secondary packaging material or as

Salient Points of the BYOB


Ordinance
Penalties

1st Offense: Php 500.00


2nd Offense: Php 1,000.00
3rd
Offense:
Php
2,500.00
and/or
imprisonment of not more than 6 months
upon the discretion of the court, and in the
case
of
business
establishments,
cancellation of their license to operate for a
period of one (1) year

(Above) Information & Education Campaign in subdivisions and


communities
about the Plastic Ban Ordinance.
(Below) Leaflet dissemination to enhance awareness among
households.

The ESC Dept. introduced ECOKID to


students with Komiks Magazine, DVD Disc
(Chain of Life). The garbage problem is
presented as the mascots Basura Kid and
Basura Monster .

ESC personnel conduct inspection of market vendors to


determine compliance to the plastic ban.

SaveMore and Shopwise Superstores both located at Filinvest


Alabang comply with the City Ordinance Ban on the use of plastic
bags.

Shopwise launched their own eco bag simultaneous with the


implementation of City Ordinance No. 10-109

(Above) Major shopping stores compliant with the Plastic Ban


showcase their environment-friendly bags.

Saibachi Restaurant and a Rice Dealer at Alabang Public Market


were penalized due to violation of City Ord. No. 10-109.

Violation of City Ord. No. 10109

(Clockwise)
Master Siomai at Festival Mall
McDonalds (near City Hall)
BreadTalk at Alabang Town Center
Burger Machine (near City Hall)
Burger Machine in Tunasan

The BYOB Effect


With City Ordinance 10-109
Table on Estimated Consumption and
Reduction of Plastic (Feb. May 2011)
Estimated consumption: plastic- 16.39%, styro- 0%

Plastic
Styro

Volume (cu.
m.)

Weight (kg)

Weight
(ton)

19.29

2,744.06

2.74

Estimated reduction: plastic- 83.61%, styro- 100%

Plastic
Styro

Volume (cu.
m.)

Weight (kg)

Weight
(ton)

98.43

13,998.23

14.00

7.98

1,135.47

1.14

106.41

15,133.70

15.13

Source: Environmental Sanitation Center

The BYOB Effect


Before implementation of City
Ordinance 10-109, waterways in
Muntinlupa would be clogged with
all sorts of trash (plastic mostly),
especially after a downpour. Over
the years, the situation continued
to worsen such that even a little
rain could cause major
obstruction of water flow in the
citys rivers and tributaries, and
give rise to floods.

The BYOB Effect

(From L-R) The waters of Balimbing, Poblacion and Magdaong


rivers flow unobstructed even after a heavy downpour

The BYOB Effect

(From L-R) Bayanan River, Palico River and Sto. Nio Creek are
noticeably garbage- free, minimizing flooding at low-level parts of the
City.

The BYOB Effect

Drainages are noticeably trash-free so water flows freely.

The BYOB Effect


Waterflow in creeks is unrestricted.

The BYOB Effect

Tributaries are no longer clogged even after the rains.

The BYOB Effect


The citys waterways are now more efficient because of the significant
reduction
in plastic trash.

Thank You

Hon. ALDRIN L. SAN PEDRO


City Mayor
Presented By
Ms. Caroline Timbol
City Planning and Devt. Officer