DENR 10 CONDUCTS IEC ON WATER USE REGULATION

Cagayan de Oro City- To further educate stakeholders particularly the Municipal Planning Development Officers (MDPOs) of the local government units of Lanao del Norte, the Department of Environment and Natural Resources, Region 10 conducted a one-day Information, Education and Communication (IEC) campaign on the Water Use Regulation on March 29, 2019, this city.

The DENR 10 through the Licenses, Patents and Deeds Division (LPDD) steered the IEC activity for the MPDO’s to be familiar on the Water Code of the Philippines and its Implementing Rules and Regulations (IRR) particularly on the processes of water permit application and its regulation which is commonly referred in their respective offices.

Forester Joana Marie Zata in behalf of Forester Roel Dahonog, Chief of the LPDD discussed on the Institutional Structure of the Water Sector and its Laws on the Water Management. She also discussed the roles of the National Water Resources Board’s (NWRB’s) Vision/Mission, legal mandates and major functions in the water sector.

On the other hand, Forester Raul A. Pallares, Chief of Water Resources Utilization Section of the DENR 10 discussed the processes of Water Permit Application, this include the Qualification of Water Permit Applicant; Classification of Water Use; Requirement for Water used Application and the filing fees and other charges. He also disseminated the list of accredited/registered drillers in the region to avoid any problems in the future.
An open forum was done to address the stakeholders’ queries and other concerns. #TayoAngKalikasan (RSCIS MR # 04-100-2019)

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DENR 10 SPEARHEADS THE “CHALLENGE FOR CHANGE PROGRAM: CDO LIMPYO DAGAT CONTEST”

Department of Environment and Natural Resources, Region 10 (DENR 10) spearheads the “Challenge for Change Program (CCP): CDO Limpyo Dagat Contest” as part of its continuing effort to intensify the environmental protection consciousness of the people and generate greater participation in the conservation and management of environment, particularly the Macajalar Bay. CCP is a social media campaign to encourage people to keep the environment clean and free from trashes.

DENR 10 escalates the said campaign in a contest format in relation to this year’s Month of the Ocean theme “Free the Sea from Marine Debris.” The agency encourages all coastal barangays of this city to undertake regular clean-up activities to save the Macajalar Bay. Also, to promote a sustainable partnership among the City Local Government Unit (LGU), private sectors, academe, religious institutions and relevant National Government Agencies.

The contest will be conducted through regular clean-up activities along the coastal barangays in this city such as Bulua, Bayabas, Bonbon, Macabalan, Puntod, Lapasan, Gusa, Cugman, Tablon, Agusan, Puerto and Bugo. It is open to all local stakeholders willing to clean, mobilize coastal communities and improve the coastal areas. A group of not less than 15 members, coined as CCP Cooperators, may select any of the coastal barangays mentioned and lead the conduct of regular clean-up activities therein. Clean-up sites will be monitored twice every month from June to September 2019 by the assigned judging committee.

The awarding of winners will be on September 21, 2019 in consonance to the celebration of International Coastal Clean-up Day (Presidential Proclamation No. 470.) CCP Cooperators will be judged according to the cleanliness of the coastal barangays they selected, innovations undertaken by them to mobilize the coastal communities and consistency of cleaning efforts through the attendance of members and regular clean-up activities conducted.

DENR 10 encourages the coastal residents and other local stakeholders to be responsible in keeping and throwing their trashes in order to maintain the aesthetic beauty of our ocean and thereby protect the marine life ecosystem. #TayoAngKalikasan RSCIS MR No. 06-157-2019

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