- What is the purpose of RA 6969?
- Are safe substances used commercially industrially agriculturally or economically?
- Where we could find the list of existing chemical and chemical substances used Sold distributed imported processed stored exported and treated in the Philippines?
- What is Republic Act 10055?
- Who is the author of RA 8749?
- What are covered by the Clean Air Act?
- What is RA 6969 all about?
- What Environmental Act prohibits the use of toxic elements in fuels by toxic companies?
- What is Republic Act 3720?
- What order implements rules and regulations of RA 6969?
- What is Republic Act No 5921?
- What is Republic No 428?
- What are covered by RA 8749?
What is the purpose of RA 6969?
6969 or the Toxic Substances and Hazardous and Nuclear Waste Control Act of 1990.
To control, supervise and regulate activities on toxic chemicals and hazardous waste..
Are safe substances used commercially industrially agriculturally or economically?
Non-hazardous •Substances safe to use commercially, industrially, agriculturally, or economically and do not have any of those properties mentioned above. These substances usually create disposal problems.
Where we could find the list of existing chemical and chemical substances used Sold distributed imported processed stored exported and treated in the Philippines?
The Philippine Inventory of Chemicals and Chemical Substances (PICCS) is a list of all existing chemicals and chemical substances used, imported, distributed, processed, manufactured, stored, exported, treated or transported in the Philippines.
What is Republic Act 10055?
Philippine Technology Transfer Act of 2009 (Republic No. 10055). An Act Providing the Framework and Support System for the Ownership, Management, Use, and Commercialization of Intellectual Property Generated from Research and Development funded by Government and for other purposes.
Who is the author of RA 8749?
Neric AcostaAs principal author of RA 8749 Clean Air Act of 1999, RA 9275 Clean Water Act of 2004, RA 9003 Ecological Solid Waste Management Act of 2001, Sec. Neric Acosta proudly highlights posters calling for support for RA 8749 and RA 9003.
What are covered by the Clean Air Act?
All potential sources of air pollution (mobile, point and area sources) must comply with the provisions of the law. All emissions must be within the air quality standards. Mobile sources refer to vehicles like cars, trucks, buses, jeepneys, tricycles, motorcycles, and vans.
What is RA 6969 all about?
AN ACT TO CONTROL TOXIC SUBSTANCES AND HAZARDOUS AND NUCLEAR WASTES, PROVIDING PENALTIES FOR VIOLATIONS THEREOF, AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. SECTION 1. Short Title. — This Act shall be known as the “Toxic Substances and Hazardous and Nuclear Wastes Control Act of 1990.”
What Environmental Act prohibits the use of toxic elements in fuels by toxic companies?
PROHIBITED ACTS | FINES AND PENALTIES | REPUBLIC ACT 6969 TOXIC SUBSTANCES, HAZARDOUS AND NUCLEAR WASTE CONTROL ACT OF 1990.
What is Republic Act 3720?
Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act (Republic Act No. 3720). An Act to ensure the safety and purity of food, drugs and cosmetics being made available to the public by creating the Food and Drug Administration which shall administer and enforce the laws pertaining thereto.
What order implements rules and regulations of RA 6969?
29 implementing Rules and Regulations of the Republic Act No. 6969. These Rules and Regulations shall take effect thirty (30) days after completion of publication in the Official Gazette.
What is Republic Act No 5921?
REPUBLIC ACT NO. 5921. AN ACT REGULATING THE PRACTICE OF PHARMACY AND SETTINGS STANDARDS OF PHARMACEUTICAL EDUCATION IN THE PHILIPPINES AND OF OTHER PURPOSES. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representative of the Philippines in Congress.
What is Republic No 428?
428 – AN ACT TO DECLARE ILLEGAL THE POSSESSION, SALE OR DISTRIBUTION OF FISH OR OTHER AQUATIC ANIMALS STUPEFIED, DISABLED OR KILLED BY MEANS OF DYNAMITE OR OTHER EXPLOSIVE OR TOXIC SUBSTANCES AND PROVIDING PENALTIES THEREFOR.
What are covered by RA 8749?
The State also recognizes the principle that “polluters must pay”. Finally, the State recognizes that a clean and healthy environment is for the good of all and should, therefore, be the concern of all….Section 19. Pollution From Stationary Sources.1.Fuel Burning Equipment2.Cement Plants (Kilns, etc.)150 mg/Ncm3.2 more rows•Jun 23, 1999