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News Report:

Eco group laments ‘unholy’ penance as littering mars Holy Thursday Alay Lakad to Antipolo

Litter again marred this year's Maundy Thursday "Alay Lakad" to Antipolo City despite calls to keep the event clean, an ecological group lamented Friday.

The EcoWaste Coalition branded as "unholy, unkind and unacceptable" the littering of major streets in the route of the yearly penitential rite.

"Why dirty the environment with garbage as we beg for forgiveness for our sins and renew our faith? Why spoil the air with cigarette smoke as we seek reconciliation with the Lord?" said group coordinator Aileen Lucero.

"We respect our people’s freedom of belief and religion, but it should never be at the expense of the public health and the environment," she added.

Instead of a show of penance, the event looked more like "a feast day for disposables and litterbugs,” the group lamented.

Citing reports from its members, the group said the roads leading to Antipolo City, including Ortigas Avenue Extension from Pasig City, were littered with trash.

It said the surroundings of churches, areas surrounding the Stations of the Cross, street junctions, parking lots and open spaces in front of shopping malls were not spared.

Spotted were cigarette butts, plastic bags, food packaging, polystyrene coffee cups, paper noodle bowls, “suman” wrappers, and soiled newspapers.

Litterbugs even left a carpet of used newspapers and other discards on the ground of the Antipolo Cathedral and the adjacent Dimasalang Park, the group said.

It said this was despite reminders from the Oplan Semana Santa Command Post for the public to dispose of their trash in proper receptacles.

The group noted Republic Act 9003, the Ecological Solid Waste Management Act, penalizes acts that could endanger public health and the environment, including the littering, dumping and burning of garbage.

It said litterbugs may face fine of P300 to P1,000, along with community service at the local government unit.

Recyclers, sweepers

The group said it derived consolation from informal waste recyclers who cleaned up the litter.

It said these recyclers collected the paper and plastic recyclables, "thus reducing the volume of discards to be hauled and sent to the landfill by the city’s waste personnel."

EcoWaste also commended street sweepers assigned by the Antipolo and Pasig city governments, and the municipal governments of Cainta and Taytay.

“The garbage situation would have been far worse if not for the service rendered by the street sweepers and the waste recyclers who picked up trash by hand during and after the penitential walk,” Lucero said.

Souvenirs in Antipolo

Meanwhile, the group advised the public to avoid buying some souvenir items in Antipolo City that it said contained lead.

It said these items sold for P130 to P150 each but contained lead up to 5,984 parts per million (ppm), way above the regulatory limit of 90 ppm for lead in paints. These include:

- an angel candle holder with 5,984 ppm of lead
- a statue of the Holy Child and a statue of the Our Lady of Peace and Good Voyage had 4,029 ppm and 1,794 ppm of lead, respectively
- a “suman” keychain had 5,409 ppm of lead
- a pencil keychain had 4,282 ppm of lead
- a cashew key chain had 2,017 ppm of lead

—Joel Locsin/KG, GMA News

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