• Garbage: The Never Ending Problem
    Design …………………………………………………………………………... 15 – 16 Chapter 4: BODY OF RESEARCH Awareness of People about Garbage in the Philippines…………………… 17 – 19 Garbage in the Philippines…………………………………………………….. 19 – 25 Economic Effects …………………………………………………………….... 25 – 28 Environmental Effects ……………………………………...
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  • Intro
    development of society and all of us benefit from this. These things include plastics. Plastics are versatile and potentially indestructible materials, which make it ideal for a number of commercial and household uses. Plastics have been used in almost every item that man touches in his daily routine....
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  • Marine Biodiversity
    Marine Biodiversity is one of the assets of the Philippines, and because of this, the country bear the title of the “Centre of Marine biodiversity”. But as timed passed by, little by little, this asset is being disturbed because of human deeds, and if the authorities didn’t do something, the once known...
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  • Chapter Ii Reasearch About Garbage
    Solid Waste Management Facility (ISWMF). In the new ISWMF, the production of hollow blocks takes place. The plastic waste is pulverized. Then, two sacks of the pulverized plastic are mixed with a bag of cement and 15 pails of sand. The mixture is then poured into a molder. This procedures about 140 to 150...
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  • Say No to Plastics
    Plastics are synthetic substances produced by chemical reactions. Almost all plastics are made from petroleum, except a few experimental resins derived from corn and other organic substances. "Plastics" derived their name from their properties to be molded, cast, extruded or processed into a variety...
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  • Use of Biodegradable and Non-Biodegradable Materials of Leading Fastfood Chains
    common to these are fast food chains that use plastics and styrofoam to the detriment of the environment. Oftentimes do we experience floods in the Philippines particularly in low-lying areas like Manila and its suburbs where the main cause are the plastics that clog esteros and sewerage. Given the present...
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  • Catch-a-Weave Bp
    damaging the environment, while introducing products that will replace environmentally-harmful goods. The number one pollutants of our environment is plastic which is the primary reason why there are lots of huge floods happening in our country that causes hundred of deaths, agricultural and economical...
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  • asdghjkl
    Philippines must brace for projected worsening global warming: WB report By: Catherine Teves, Philippine News Agency June 26, 2013 5:24 AM MANILA, Philippines - A new report raised urgency for further mainstreaming climate change into the government's planning and budgeting process so that archipelagic...
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  • Plastic Bag
    What’s So Bad About Plastic Bags? Plastic bags are not biodegradable. They clog waterways, spoil the landscape, and end up in landfills where they may take 1,000 years or more to break down into ever smaller particles that continue to pollute the soil and water. Plastic bags also pose a serious...
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  • Medical Waste Management
    provided license to create more and more waste, much of it disposable plastic, since it could all be easily burned. Besides, the end – of pipe solution did not even address itself to the crucial question of worker safety (Agarwal, 1998 and BAN & HCWH, 1999). Any anthropogenic activity generates some waste...
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  • English Research Paper
    steel food and aerosol cans, HDPE and PET bottles, glass bottles and jars, paperboard cartons, newspapers, magazines, and cardboard. Other types of plastic (PVC,LDPE,PP, and PS: see resin identification code) are also recyclable, although these are not as commonly collected. These items are usually composed...
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  • Ethics and the Environment
    The plight of the environment has never been as critical as it is today. Recent events such as the flooding in Australia, China, India, and the Philippines, extreme heat waves in the USA and in Europe, wild fires in California, extreme winters and blizzards, massive oil spills, has made us experience...
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  • Plastic Pollution
    Plastic Pollution Introduction The world population is living, working, vacationing, increasingly conglomerating along the coasts, and standing on the front row of the greatest, most unprecedented, plastic waste tide ever faced. Washed out on our coasts in obvious and clearly visible form, the plastic...
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  • Flipflops Market in the Philippines
    Introduction “Slip into comfortability, on and off the shore” Offshore entered Philippine flip-flop industry in 2003 as an all Filipino-designed palm beach slippers. Amazed with Philippine beaches, Anton Ng dreamt of building a product that will embody these beautiful beaches and will be shared...
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  • An Assessment of the Pasig Green City Project Based on the Ra 9003 (Ecological Solid Waste Management Act of 2000)
    materials like plastic to emit toxic pollutants. Plastics, which are petroleum- 1 based, contain toxins that can leach into water supplies. The study Environmental Working Group showed that low doses of Bisphenol A--a chemical used in water bottles, food containers and hard plastics--leach into foods...
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  • Abaca Bags
    Rationale of the Study Bags have always been a part of our daily lives. It serves various purposes for different users. People buy bags for personal use. Others buy them as gift items and still others as souvenirs. Bags come in many designs and style. Some are made out of leather, plastic, paper and natural...
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  • Ewan
    high regard which, in turn, can totally affect the objectives of the company. In the Philippines we have the Republic Act No. 7394 which is The Consumer Act of the Philippines. The Consumer Act of the Philippines aims to “protect the interest of the consumer, promote his general welfare and to establish...
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  • Effects of Globalization
    created 5000 jobs opportunities in software development and accounting in Philippines (Birnbaum, n.d.). Procter & Gamble has also employed 650 professionals who prepare the global tax returns for the company in the Philippines (Engardio, Bernstein, & Kripalani, 2003). The ANZ bank in Australia decided...
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  • Module 8
    21st century leading to an increase in the sea level from 18-59 cm by 2100. c.    What are the Manifestations of Climate Change in the Philippines? •    In the Philippines, there are already trends of increasing number of hot days and warm nights, but decreasing number of cold days and cold nights. •   ...
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  • Sanitation
    Ghanaian cities, | |residents of Sabon Zongo unable to queue and pay for sanitation services tend to package their liquid and solid waste in plastic bags and | |dump them indiscriminately within the community. The paper argues that the inability of city authorities to deal with sanitation and waste...
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