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Navotas continues declogging operations 

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Navotas City is intensifying its declogging operations in various parts of the city, primarily focusing on clearing the canals. The majority of the waste collected during these operations consists of garbage.

Mayor John Rey Tiangco issued a reminder for everyone to be responsible in disposing of their garbage. He emphasized the importance of following proper waste segregation practices and only disposing of trash when the garbage truck is present in their area. This measure aims to prevent the spread of garbage on the streets, its accumulation in the canals, and the subsequent blockage and flooding that may occur as a result.

The Navotas City Engineering Office has been tirelessly conducting declogging operations to ensure that the city's canals remain clean and unobstructed. With the cooperation and support of the community, these efforts can effectively address the issue of canal blockage and minimize the risk of flooding, especially during the rainy season.


Proper waste management is crucial in maintaining a clean and sustainable environment. Every resident plays a vital role in keeping Navotas City free from trash-related problems. By adhering to the guidelines set by the local government and properly disposing of garbage, residents contribute to the overall cleanliness and livability of the city.

The city government of Navotas remains committed to implementing measures that promote a healthier and more environmentally friendly community. Through continuous declogging operations and proactive waste management initiatives, the local government aims to create a safer and more resilient city for its residents.

Residents are urged to support these efforts by practicing responsible waste disposal habits, such as segregating their trash and waiting for the garbage truck to collect it. By doing so, they actively participate in maintaining the cleanliness of their surroundings and preventing potential hazards brought about by clogged canals.

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