Issue of June 11, 2017
     
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Demonstration sites for organic materials from ERS, STP eyed
by PIO release

The Rose Garden at Burnham Park, Rizal Park and the landscaped area fronting the City Hall are being eyed as demonstration sites to test the viability compist fertilizers gathered from Environmental Recycling system (ERS) machines and sewage treatment plant (STP).

Proponent Councilor Elaine Sembrano said it shall be the policy of the local government to promote the use of environmentally-sound methods and sustainable practices that maximize the use of valuable resources and encourage resource recovery, conservation, and usage.

Designation of the Rose Garden and the landscape area in front of the City Hall is primarily for testing, experimentation, or demonstration to monitor the results of using the fertilizers produced by the ERS and the STP, in the cultivation of ornamental plants.

The proposed ordinance tasked the City Environment and Parks Management Office to implement the same.

The Cepmo will also be tasked to formulate a program for the use of the compost materials to supplement planting substrates or soil in the growing and maintenance of ornamental plants and foliages within the parks in lieu of inorganic fertilizers, likewise, for the gathering and processing of sludge or silt from the city’s STP into organic fertilize.

The program will include, among others, a schedule of fertilizer application according to quality, volume, frequency, mixture, land type, and other related aspects to facilitate monitoring and as basis for the evaluation.

To aid and determine the effectiveness and efficiency of the ERS compost and STP sludge as organic fertilizers, the Cepmo will be authorized to enter into a limited partnership or cooperative arrangement with any registered entity engaged in organic fertilizer production.


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