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DAO 35

Lugod, Cyril Benedict V.

DAO 35
DENR

Administrative Order No. 35


pursuant to provisions of Sec. 6 of PD
984 (Pollution Control Decree of 1976)
revised effluent regulations of 1990
revision and amendments of the effluent
regulations of 1982
it concerns all industrial and municipal
wastewater effluents

Definitions
BOD-

measure of approximate quantity


of dissolved oxygen needed by bacteria
to stabilize organic matter in the
wastewater
Coastal Water- open body of water along
the coastline up to the 200-m isobath or
3-km distance, whichever is farther
Effluent- any wastewater in its natural
state issuing from a plant

Definitions
Mixing

Zone- place where effluent


discharge from a source mixes with the
receiving body of water
Strong Water- wastewater whose initial
BOD value before treatment is equal or
greater than 3000mg/L

Heavy Metals and Toxic


Substances
classified

as Class A, B, C, D, SA, SB, SC,


and SD depending on the values of the
following parameters

Conventional and Other Pollutants


Affecting Aesthetics and Oxygen Demand
classified

as Class A, B, C, D, SA, SB, SC,


and SD depending on the values of the
following parameters

Effluent Standards for BOD for


Strong Industrial Wastes
for

strong industrial wastewaters with


high BOD and where the receiving body
of water is Class C, D, SC, and SD, these
rules and regulations apply

Mixing Zone Requirements


the

designated uses of the receiving


body of water shall not be significantly
impaired
it shall not include an existing drinking
water intake
it shall not create a barrier of migration
of aquatic life

Mixing Zone Requirements


it

shall not include a nursery area of


indigenous aquatic life, shellfish farm,
tourist zone, and national marine parks
length should be as short as possible
and its width shall preferably be not
more than half the width of the
waterway

Mixing Zone Requirements


in

discharging hot effluents from power


plants, ore milling, and similar generators of
large volume of liquid wastes, the
permissible size of the mixing zone shall be
determined through modelling taking into
consideration the size, hydraulic and
hydrological data of the receiving body, and
the design of the wastewater outfall
it must not be used as a substitute for
wastewater treatment facility

Prohibitions
no

industrial or domestic sewage


effluents shall be discharged into Class
AA and SA waters
no new industrial plant with high waste
load potential shall discharge into a
body of water where dilution capacity
during dry weather is insufficient to
maintain prescribed water quality

Prohibitions
no

person shall discharge wholly or


partially untreated industrial effluents
into bodies of water

Source
http://www.emb.gov.ph/portal/Portals/0/

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