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Subic Bay Freeport Environment Management Project, Phase II
Republic of the Philippines / Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority (SBMA)
Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC)


The SBMA is since 1992 the managing authority of the Subic Bay Freeport Zone, which is formed out of the former ôSubic Naval Base" after the withdrawal of the US Navy in 1991. In its efforts to improve the environmental conditions within its 67,000 hectares development area, SBMA started as early as 1996 to develop a Waste Management Master Plan, which would find its final implementation within this Project.

The Joint Venture formed by Nippon Koei Co. Ltd., Japan and BN Engineers were contracted by the SBMA for the development and consultancy services for the planning and design as also preparation of Tender documents and construction supervision for their Waste Management System. The project includes a new Sanitary Landfill, the closure of the existing dump site, a new compost facility and the procurement of all needed equipment.

The planned facilities would have a handling capacity of about 200 tons of waste per day for the coming 25 years.

The contract was signed in 2005 and the first phase of the project is scheduled for operation in 2007.

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