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Gov Chatto Pursues Sanitary Landfill in Albur Bohol

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Gov Chatto Pursues Sanitary Landfill in Albur Bohol
« on: February 13, 2012, 08:08:20 AM »
The much delayed and controversial Albur Sanitary Landfill (SLF) is now right on track after last Friday's emotional three hour public forum practically laid to rest contentious issues that have polarized the community of Albur for more than six years. The P215M SLF located in Barangay Dangay, Albur will be the future dumping site of residual waste from a reported 11 neighboring towns - Baclayon, Balilihan, Corella, Dauis, Panglao, Loay, Loboc, Maribojoc, Sikatuna, Cortes and Antequera.

This is in accordance with Section 33 of the Local Government Code (RA 7160) mandating "clustering" of LGU's with no suitable sites for a sanitary landfill where one will host the facility.

But staunch critics of the Sanitary Landfill Project that will cost the government P215M stood firm on their position that the town of Albur will not reap the much touted benefits from the project but will only suffer the fate of most landfill projects in the country even as they grudgingly admitted that "these are all water under the bridge".

Governor Edgar Chatto whose administration inherited the project from former governor now Congressman Erico Aumentado emphasized that although the mounting problem of garbage disposal has reached alarming levels especially in Tagbilaran City, the provincial government found it necesarry to carry out a thorough procedural and documentary review of the project by experts from the academe and the scientific community.

source: CMV of Bohol Chronicle

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