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A Geographical Overview of Solid Waste Disposal in Quezon City

My slides for the GSUP Talk on Waste and Space in 2019.

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A Geographical Overview of Solid Waste Disposal in Quezon City

  1. 1. A Geographical Overview of Quezon City Solid Waste Disposal Marion Micah R. Tinio, M. Sc., ENP. Assistant Professor Department of Geography University of the Philippines Diliman
  2. 2. Quezon City Profile • Population (2016) 3.1M • Largest contributor of waste in NCR (2016): 386.84 tons/day • Per capita waste generation (2013): 0.88 kg/cap/day • Average waste disposal rate (2013): 0.51 kg/cap/day Data from AECOM (2016)
  3. 3. Tinio et al. (under review)
  4. 4. NSWMC EMB
  5. 5. Tanchuling (2017)
  6. 6. Tanchuling (2017)
  7. 7. QC approves proposal for waste-to-energy projectMar 2017 DENR orders closure of Payatas landfillAug 2017 With impending Payatas landfill closure, MMDA ordered use of alternative landfills in Rodriguez and Navotas.Aug 2017 Payatas landfill was closed after 15 years of service.Sep 2017 DENR suspended operation of Vitas Marine Loading Station because of allegedly leaking waste discharge into Manila Bay.Oct 2017 DENR is seeking alternatives to Rodriguez and Navotas landfills.Jan 2018 57 junk shops operating near Payatas were closedSep 2018 Press Release: QC invites comparative proposals for the QC Integrated SWM Facility ProjectOct 2018 Sources: Inquirer, Rappler, Manila Bulletin
  8. 8. Rodriguez Sanitary Landfill (19 hectares) Districts 2, 5, 6 Navotas Sanitary Landfill (40 hectares) through the Vitas Loading Station Districts 1, 3, 4 Quezon City Hall Payatas Sanitary Landfill (19 hectares) Closed
  9. 9. Google Rodriguez Sanitary Landfill
  10. 10. PhilEco Navotas Sanitary Landfill
  11. 11. PhilEco Navotas Sanitary Landfill
  12. 12. • QC = P333 vs. San Fernando, Pampanga = P13 SWM expenditure comparisons (2014) per person • P780M when Payatas was open (2017) • P1.7 B estimate when Rodriguez landfill is in use Increase in total hauling costs • Waste diversion starts from proper segregation. QC can save P253M with 50% waste diversion (2014) Rodriguez Landfill receives at least 6,000 tons of waste per day (2018) • Navotas Sanitary Landfill – 2026 • Rodriguez Landfill – 2037 Landfills are nearing full capacity (2017) and will be unusable in: WHY MUST WE PARTICIPATE? Sources: Inquirer, Rappler, Manila Bulletin
  13. 13. Tinio et al. (under review) Feedback effects in Malolos City SWM
  14. 14. Ecological solid waste management hierarchy (DENR 2005)
  15. 15. ADB (2016) Most of the waste we generate are biodegradable. COMPOSTING! Quezon City waste composition
  16. 16. NSWMC EMB
  17. 17. Quezon City Hall Waste Market •Open every Friday, from 8am to 3pm
  18. 18. UP Diliman Recyclables Fair
  19. 19. NSWMC EMB
  20. 20. Contact • mmrtinio@gmail.com

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