Immaculate Conception Academy | SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM
Immaculate Conception Academy believes that the human person as an image of God is endowed with potentials and powers. She expresses her gratitude for all these gifts by developing each of them to the fullest. An environment that best manifests the beauty and order of God’s creation can help her realize the full development of these potentials.
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Solid Waste Management Program

SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM (SWMP)
I. RATIONALE

 

Immaculate Conception Academy believes that the human person as an image of God is endowed with potentials and powers. She expresses her gratitude for all these gifts by developing each of them to the fullest. An environment that best manifests the beauty and order of God’s creation can help her realize the full development of these potentials.

 

ICA, as an institution, responds to the worldwide call to save the earth and protect its resources from irreversible exhaustion and extinction through the school-wide Solid Waste Management Program.

 

The program aims to develop a community of caring and dedicated stewards of God’s creation. It intensifies its campaign with concrete actions towards a clean, orderly and safe campus.

 

A SWMP committee was formed guided by the mandatory requirements of RA 9003 Providing for an ecological SWMP, creating the necessary institutional mechanisms and incentives also known as the Philippine Ecological Waste Management Act of 2000 and to support other laws such as RA 9512 an act to promote environmental awareness through environmental education and for other purposes, and the RA 9729 an Act mainstreaming climate change into government policy formulations establishing the framework strategy and program on climate change.

 

The committee is headed by a Grade Level Coordinator as chairperson and is composed of all the GLC of both departments, GS and HS Science Supervisors, Campus Management and Development Officer, and Staff Club President.

 

 

 

II. GENERAL OBJECTIVES

 

The ICA Solid Waste Management Program aims to instill in the students, faculty and support staff the love for Mother Earth and appreciation for God’s creations. The program aims to:

 

  1. strengthen the values of responsible stewardship, service, commitment, simplicity, gratitude, cleanliness and orderliness;
  2. provide models from where good segregation practices can be developed;
  3. provide pertinent information on the conditions of the world resulting from abuse of resources and the natural environment;
  4. develop habits and practices in school where conservation of resources and segregation of wastes can be intensified;
  5. ensure that the activities are aligned with the local government and laws on environment conservation and protection;
  6. determine the strengths and weaknesses of SWMP and the practices of students, teachers and staff;
  7. provide measures to ensure the continuing growth of students and elicit their committed participation in the school’s mission.

 

III. SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES

 

With the full implementation of ICA’s Solid Waste Management Program, the students, faculties and support staff are expected to:

 

  1. sustain earth friendly habits and practices while in school, off-campus activities and at home;
  2. implement activities and programs to the optimum;
  3. manifest the four principles of SWMP;
  4. coordinate with the local government and the school’s consignors to ensure that SWMP practices are observed;
  5. show positive attitude toward feedback as evidenced by their willingness to implement suggestions/ recommendations to improve

their habits and practices;

  1. integrate the importance of the SWMP and environment friendly practices in the curriculum and co-curricular activities through working with the subject teachers and club moderators.

 

 

IV. SWMP ACTIVITIES

 

 

AREAS

 

ACTIVITIES

TIME FRAME EVALUATION

Summer

(In Service)

monthly semestral annually
INFRASTRUCTURE

 

Monitor the following:

 

Committee Report

 

Campus Management and Development Officer Report

·         Materials Recovery Facility X X X
·         Sewage Treatment Plant X X
·         Trash Bins X X X
PERSONNEL ·         Conduct Departmental orientations. X X

 

 

 

Year-End Narrative Report of the Chairperson

 

 

Campus Management and Development Officer Report

 

Semestral and Year-End Evaluation

·         Hold committee meetings. X X X X
·         Observed integration with Student Council Projects, SASS and Club Activities.

 

X

 

X

·         Observed articulation-integration with the subject areas and department.

 

X

 

X

·         Record Trash Bags Reports. X X
·         Conduct conference with consignors. X X X
·         Organize Inter-department visitation. X
·         Coordinate with the Campus Management and Development Officer. X X X
·         Conduct meetings with San Juan Environment Officers (SENRO). X

 

  1. V. SWMP THREE YEAR DEVELOPMENT PLAN

 

SY 2016-2017 SY 2017-2018 SY 2018-2019
1. Construction of Materials Recovery Facility Materials Recovery Facility  
·             Proposed Design for MRF Murals ·         Completion of Worm Composting Bins  
·             Labelling the segregation units ·         Final Murals  
·            Proposed project/design for Worm Composting bin ·         Instilling shedding machine for plants/trees  
  ·        Improvement of the pathway  
2. Full implementation of food container in PK-1 Department Use of plates, glass and stainless utensils in all canteens Full implementation of Zero waste in school.
3. Fund-raising for SWMP Budget

 

 

·            Collecting electronic junk New trash bins. Plates and utensil racks be made.
4. Reinstated Solid Waste Management Program Revise the Solid Waste Management  Program Review of the Solid Waste Management Program
·         New members in the committee ·         New Chairmanship
5. Securing DENR Certificate or School ID Completion of Sewage Treatment Plant  Renewal of DENR License
·            Appointment of Pollution Control Officer
·            Compliance to City Environmental Requirements
6. Integration with academic area projects and students’ activities
·         No Styrofoam and plastic as materials in school
·         Deepening session on waste segregation

 

 

 

  1. VI. DEVELOPMENT PLAN SY 2016-2017

 

GOALS ACTIVITY PERSON INVOLVED BUDGET TIME FRAME
1. Implement activities and programs to the optimum. 1.    Reinstated Solid Waste Management Program. SWMP Chair and Members   1.    May – July
2.    Committee meetings 2.  Whole year
3.    Departmental  Talks

3.  1st  and 2nd

Semesters

4.    Conference with Administration 4.  June & March

2. Sustain earth friendly habits

and practices while in   school, off-campus activities and at home

1.     Implement food container in PK-1 Department.

 

PK-1 Coordinator 1.  June- August
2.     Simulation of best practices

Science Supervisors and

teachers

 

2. September
3.     Homeroom activities All Grade level coordinator 3. Whole year
3. Coordinate with the local government and the school’s consignors to ensure that SWMP practices are observed. 1. Secure DENR Certificate or School ID Campus Management Development Officer

* Seminar fees – P13,000.00

*  Document fee- P1,000

*  MRF Construction – P100,000.00

*  Miscellaneous – P1,000.00

 

1. July – November
·   Seminars Pollution Control Officer

·   Compliance to City Environmental Requirements

 

Consignors
2.  Construct Materials Recovery Facility SWMP Chair 2. June – April
3.  Meetings with SENRO and consignors Finance Officer 3. Quarterly

4. Integrate the importance of

the SWMP and environment

friendly practices in the

curriculum and co-curricular

activities through working

with the subject teachers

and club moderators.

1.  Integration with academic area

projects and students’ activities

 

– Principals

– Academic Supervisors

– Student Activity

Coordinator

– Moderators

– SWMP Chair

 

 

1.  Whole year

·         Deepening session on waste segregation

 

2.  Fund-raising for SWMP Budget 2.  February