• Clean Air Sulotion
    THE PHILIPPINE CLEAN AIR ACT ra#8749 T he Philippines takes pride in being one of many countries around the world that is an active party to international commitments for the environment -- be it for biodiversity, coastal and marine resources, or to combat the effects of global warming and climate...
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  • Merringue
    directed by RA 8749, or the Philippine Clean Air Act; and water quality, as directed by RA 9275, or the Clean Water Act. Science Club members Teachers October/November Expected activities will include: 1. field exposures 2. environmental film showings 3. plenary...
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  • Natural Sources of Air Pollution
    180 nations and addressed ozone depletion. * It made the production & use of ozone-depleting compounds fall 95% since the late 1980s * The Philippines had ratified the Montreal Protocol on July 7, 1991. * Clean Air Act of the Philippines (1999) [AKA RA 8749...
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  • Presidents
    theft and worsening, kidnapping cases in the country. Major treaties  Second RP-US Visiting Forces Agreement Major legislations signed  Philippine Clean Air Act of 1999 (Republic Act No. 8749) - designed to protect and preserve the environment and ensure the sustainable development of its...
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  • Air Status of the Ph.
    emits hazardous gases such as but not limited to NOx, SOx, COx, and CFCs in high quantity. The Department of Natural Resources mandated an air pollution policy in 1999 called the Philippine Clean Air Act under RA 8749 and its Implementing Rules and Regulations which obliges industries that emits air...
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  • Module 8
    ensures the protection of public health and the environment. Through this law, local government units have the power to create and enforce ordinances that would create waste-free cities, municipalities, and barangays. f.    Clean the Air: •    Republic Act 8749 (Clean Air Act of 1999) aims to...
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  • Doh Ra
    Insurance System Act of 1997 (amended PD 1146) Republic Act 8344 – Hospital Doctors to treat emergency cases referred for treatment Republic Act 8423 – Philippine Institute of Traditional and Alternative Medicine Republic Act 8424 – Personal tax Exemption Republic Act 8749 – The Philippine Clean...
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  • Ewaste
    Nuclear Wastes Control Act (RA 6969) and Philippine Clean Air Act (RA 8749). Both laws protect the Philippine environment against toxic wastes, including those coming from other countries. But despite the existence of these laws, government has inked a deal with Japan via the Japanese-Philippines...
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  • Assessing the Solid Waste Management Practices of Information Technology Students of Iloilo Doctors’ College at Their Homes
    Implementing Rules and Regulations RA 7160, the Local Government Code PD 1152, the Philippine Environmental Code RA 6969, Toxic Substances, Hazardous and Nuclear Wastes Control Act PD 984, the Pollution Control Law PD 1586, the Environmental Impact Assessment System Law RA 8749, the Clean Air...
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  • Moomoo
    Solid Waste Management Act and Clean Air Act. Among the laws he authored and sponsored are: RA 9504 (Tax Exemptions for Minimum Wage Earners and Increased Tax Exemptions); RA 9576 (Increased Maximum Deposit Insurance Coverage to P500, 000); RA 9514 (Revised Fire Code of the Philippines); RA 10158...
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  • Nres
    . The Philippines is not lacking in laws regulating smoking in public places. There are at least two national laws: The Clean Air Act of 1999 (Republic Act 8749) and the Tobacco Regulation Act of 2003 (RA 9211). Section 24 of the Clean Air Act says it is unlawful to smoke inside public buildings or...
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  • Solid Waste
    Manila. They scurried around, desperate for alternative dumpsites and solutions.They also rallied for the repeal of the Clean Air Act (Republic Act 8749), passed the year before,under which incineration of solid wastes was banned.During this time, the Ecological Solid Waste Management Act (RA 9003...
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  • Project Litter-Butt
    , the Philippine government has passed two laws regulating smoking in public places, namely:  The Clean Air Act of 1999 (Republic Act 8749) and the Tobacco Regulation Act of 2003 (RA 9211). These two laws focuses on banning any form of smoking in enclosed public areas like public buildings and...
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  • essay
    Clean Air act or the R.A. 8749 was implemented. It was to protect and advance the right of people to a balanced and healthful ecology in accord with the rhythm and harmony of nature. It was stated in the Philippine Clean Air act that Polluters must pay. It was to make the polluter worry that they...
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  • Philippine Presidents
    gains; Joseph Estrada became its first chairman. 6. In 1999, President Estrada signed into law and implemented Republic Act no. 8749, also known as Clean Air Act, which the State shall promote and protect the global environment to attain sustainable development while recognizing the...
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  • Is The Earth Still Green?
    “Chainsaw Act of 2002”, the House Bill 5485 that seeks to impose life imprisonment against illegal loggers, and so many others. While the Republic Act 8749 or the “Philippine Clean Air Act of 1999” aims to fight air pollution and the “Clean Water Act Law of the Philippines” for the care of the bodies...
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  • Nothing
    authority to implement the said law was transferred to DENR through the EMB. 5.3.2 Philippine Clean Air Act RA 8749 The State shall pursue a policy of balancing development and environmental protection. To achieve this end, the framework for sustainable development shall be pursued. As such, it...
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    diversity and genetic material, loss of human lives and properties and aesthetic and recreational loss were at their worst. 1999 Republic Act 8749 Philippine Clean Air Act The law aims to achieve and maintain clean air that meets the National Air Quality guideline values for criteria pollutants...
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  • clean air act
    The Philippine Clean Air Act of 1999 Republic Act 8749 Salient Features of the Act The State shall pursue a policy of balancing development and environmental protection. To achieve this end, the framework for sustainable development shall be pursued. As such, it shall be the policy of the...
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  • Environmental Laws of the Philippines
    . P.D. 1144 – Control of Pesticides R.A. 8749Philippine Clean Air Act of 1999 - provides for a comprehensive air pollution control policy R.A – 3720 – Food Additives R.A. 6425 – Drugs R.A 280 – Cosmetics R.A. 7160 – Local Government Code of 1991 -provides that local government should...
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