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Tagbilaran City Septic Tank: What's Going On?
« on: May 16, 2008, 12:17:26 PM »
Published by the Bohol Chronicle

Tagbilaran City Mayor Dan Lim will field middle this week a composite team to inspect the establishments which were earlier reported to have illegally tapped to the newly completed P45-million drainage project along Carlos P. Garcia Avenue, this city.

He said the inspection team will be led by the City Health Office under Dr. Antonio Porticos.

The inspection comes with the arrival here of Engr. Cecil Corloncito, an ISO-accredited environment officer who is based abroad. He is hired as consultant on environment by the city government in the wake of the clamor to put up a water treatment facility aimed to ensure the cleanliness of water to be released through the new drainage project. The new system is contained in a 1.5 x 2 meter box culvert which is a lot bigger than the old system which was only using a 36-inch pipe.

Lim warned whoever of these 39 establishments which do not have septic tanks will "suffer the consequence of the law."

The mayor's warning came after the city government has been blamed for the non-implementation of a basic requirement to disconnect these tapped sewerage outlets to the new drainage system.

Illegally connected to the new drainage system include Occidental Enterprises, Jojie Bakeshop (beside McDonalds), Kristin pharmacy, LTS Lodge, PMI Colleges, United Coconut Planters Bank, MetroCenter Hotel and JJs Dimsum.

Others included in the report are Lica Trading, YY Home Builders, City Savings Bank, College Assurance Plan (CAP), Lumayag building, Ramasola Original, Holy Name Funeral Homes, Atty. Cicilio Dangoy, Vicente Manalo, Fortune II building, Nemesio Lunghas, and Siglo Tubig, Ananias Pasok, George Lim, Mario Lloyd Guttierez, Dr. Morgia building, Fortunato Lim (in front of Wisdom School), Apolinario Apat, Pasajero Motor's Corp./Pamocor, City Machine Shop, Nutri Mart Enterprises, Samson Cia, Butalid Marketing, Quibir Trade Center building, Lucky Rose Eatery c/o Rosita Duhaylungsod, and BreadBasket c/o Bohol Quality Mall.

It maybe recalled the city's multi-million drainage system was added to the road concreting project of Gov. Erico Aumentado upon the insistence of the city mayor when the Bohol Circumferential Road Project reached the city's main highway last year.

When contacted for comments, Jimmy Chua, project manager of the drainage system who is working under the Philippine Japan Highway Project, in a long distance interview from Manila said it should be the local government unit to unplug the sewerage connections attached to the drainage system. He recalled that these establishments illegally tapped their connections while the project was in progress.

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