(c/Republic-Law 6938) is the text of the consolidation of the R.A. 6938. Defines cooperatives as an autonomous and duly registered association of people with a common association of interests who have voluntarily banded together to meet their social, economic and cultural needs and aspirations by making equitable contributions to the necessary capital, consolidating their products and services and accepting an appropriate share of the risks and benefits of the company, determine whether actual acts are carried out in accordance with the plan (in the event of death, the Fund`s benefits are distributed among the member`s legal heirs, as amended by the new family code, after being properly sworn in accordance with the law and the DRAFT RESOLUTION NO. RELATED TO REPUBLIC ACT 9003 ECOLOGICAL SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT ACT OF 2000, DECLARING CERTAIN ACTS PROHIBITED AND PROVIDING PENALTIES, APPROPRIATING FUNDS THEREFORE, AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. CONSIDERING that Republic Law 9003 provides for an ecological solid waste management programme, establishes the necessary institutional mechanisms and incentives, declares certain acts prohibited and provides for penalties for infringement; CONSIDERING that Section 10 of The Republic`s Law 9003 provides that “in accordance with the relevant provisions of R.A. 7160, also known as the local government code, the LGUs are primarily responsible for the implementation and application of the provisions of that law in their respective jurisdictions.” CONSIDERING that Section 16 of the Republic Act 9003 states: “The province, the city or municipality, through its local waste management committees, develops its waste management plans over ten years, in accordance with the national waste management framework: provided that the waste management plan is intended for the reuse, recycling and composting of waste produced in its respective laws, provided that the waste management plan of the LGU guarantees the effective management of solid waste products in its area of competence.” CONSIDERING that Section 47 of the Republic Act. 9003 provides that “the local territorial unit levies sufficient royalties to cover the costs of preparing, adopting and implementing a solid waste management plan established in accordance with this Act.” CONSIDERING that, in Section 4, Rule XIX of the Republic`s 9003 Act provides that local authorities are required to adopt appropriate regulations to assist in the implementation of the Republic`s Law 9003 and the application of its provisions; provided that these regulations are established in accordance with the relevant provisions of R.A. No. 7160; The municipality of Balete is committed to the protection, conservation and preservation of the environment through the implementation by the WHEREAS of the integrated global biological waste management programme, with the municipality of Balete responsible for the implementation of this 10-year plan.
BALETE`s Solid Waste Board of Directors is continuously monitoring the implementation of the 10-year plan. Certain roles are then specified in Section 12 or Act 9003 of the Municipal Waste Management Committee and its IRISCH supported by the Board of Directors. CONSIDERING that the local government or MSWM will be responsible for overseeing the implementation of the habitat waste management plan through its various political subdivisions and in collaboration with the private sector and NGOs; To cooperate with Schools, private schools and households in Barangay, they have their own collection and mrf system and educate the benefits of valuable materials and biodegradable substances.