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Appendix A: Summary of Upcoming Environmental Projects in the Philippines

Funding Agency/Source
Project Title
Project TypeProj. Financing($US millions)Project Status/Start DateExecuting Agency
Total Proj. AmountBank Loan
WBSecond Subic BayFreeport$108.0 $60.0Imp. 1996Subic Bay Metro Auth.
Manila Second SewageN/A$57.0Imp. 1996Manila Waterworks
Metro Manila Sewage$1,000.0$37.5Appr. 1997Metro. Waterworks
Philippines Water $85.6$63.0Appr. 196Nat'l Irrigation Board
Water Districts Dev.$53.0N/AAppr. 1997Land Bank/Phillipines
ADBRural Water Supply$57.4$37.0Imp. 1996Dept. Public Works
Small Towns Water$83.0$50.0ImplementedLocal Water Utilities
Water Supp. ImprovementN/A$75.0AppraisedMetro Waterworks
Manila Water Supply$1,000.0$0.6Prep. 1997N/A
Manila North-East $131.0$0.3Prep. 1998N/A
Pasig River N/A$0.6Proj. ID 1997Dept. Environment
Infras./Subic Bay AreaN/A$40.0Proj. ID 1997To be announced
OECFProv. Cities WaterN/A$57.8Imp. 1995Local Water Utilities
OCEFAgno/Allied RiversN/A$78.3Imp. 1995Dept. Public Highways
Boracay EnvironmentN/A$12.7Imp. 1995Philippine Tourism Auth
ADB - Asian Development Bank Proj. Id. - Project Identification
OECF - Japan Overseas Economic Fund Prep. - Preparation
WB - World Bank Apprais. - Appraisal
Implem. - Implementation

Appendix B: U.S. Government Programs to Assist Environmental Exporters

This appendix provides an overview of the current U.S. Government programs that affect U.S.-Philippines environmental trade. Recently, there has been a high level of activity which is substantially benefiting U.S. companies. U.S. firms should consider these programs as their first source of information and assistance for doing business
in the Philippine environmental market.
Programs of the World Bank and Asian Development Bank are also presented, as U.S. firms are in most cases eligible to participate in these as well.
United States-Asia Environmental Partnership
The United States-Asia Environmental Partnership (US-AEP) is the first stop for any U.S. firm interested in the Philippine environmental market. US-AEP is a coalition of Asian/Pacific and American businesses, community groups, and the U.S. Government agencies listed in this appendix. US-AEP was initiated in 1992 as a 10-year effort led by the U.S. Agency for International Development. The main objective of US-AEP is to match Asian environmental needs with U.S. environmental experience, technology, and practice. This objective is met through partnerships among the public, private, and nongovernmental sectors in the United States and Asia. US-AEP's activities focus on:
• Stemming biodiversity loss;
• Controlling and preventing industrial pollution;
• Assisting in the development of urban environmental infrastructure; and
• Improving energy efficiency and the use of renewable energy technologies.
The US-AEP Office of Technology Cooperation in Manila is the most active U.S. Government-sponsored program to promote environmental trade between the United States and Philippines. The office has proven to be a valuable resource for facilitating the export of U.S. environmental technologies to the Philippines. US-AEP has become a key source of contacts and information on U.S. environmental technologies by:
• Sponsoring U.S. participation in key trade shows;
• Developing strong ties with major players in the market such as: Philippines Government agencies, business and professional organizations; in-country representatives of bilateral and multilateral development agencies and banks; and local and international nongovermental organizations (NGOs) active in the environment sector;
• Sponsoring short-term training in environmental policy and engineering for government, NGO, and industry representatives;
• Developing relationships with local suppliers and consulting firms; and
• Providing counseling services, market intelligence, and trade leads to U.S. firms.
US-AEP also sponsors the Clean Technology and Environmental Management Center in Manila, which provides Filipino companies with information on U.S. environmental technologies and products. Contact: Alma Madrazo, Ph. D., Director, US-AEP Philippines, Tel. (632) 896- 5128, Fax: (632) 890-9361; Rico Rubio, US-AEP CTEM Information Center, Tel: (632) 635-2650, Fax: (632) 631-5714, Internet: ctem@mnl.cyb-live.com. For General US-AEP Information: Environmental Technology Network for Asia, CTIS, 515 22nd Street NW, SA-2 Room 100, Washington, DC 20523-0229, Tel: (202) 663-2759 or (202) 663-2674, Fax: (202) 663-2760
U.S. Agency for International Development
In addition to managing the US-AEP program, the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) operates a full portfolio of environmental technical assistance programs in the Philippines. These include programs designed to have a longer term impact on strengthening environmental protection in the Philippines, as well as several that create more immediate market opportunities for U.S. firms. USAID/Philippines' major environmental projects include the:
• Industrial Environmental Management Project;
• Coastal Resources Management Project;
• Natural Resources Accounting Project; and
• Technical Assistance for the Mitigation of Greenhouse Gas Emissions.
Contact: Director, Office of Environment, USAID Philippines, Tel. (632) 522-4411, Fax: (632) 522-5512
U.S. Department of Commerce
The U.S. Department of Commerce's office of Environmental Technologies Exports provides U.S. firms with counseling, and market and project information. It also promotes U.S. environmental exports by leading environmental business missions around the world. The office publishes Environmental Technology Exports: A Guide to U.S. Government Resources. For more informa-tion, contact: Tel: 202-482-5225; Fax: 202- 482-5665; or http://www.ita.doc.gov/envirotech. Other programs of interest include:
• The Advocacy Center, which promotes U.S. firms through advocacy by high-level U.S. Government officials and tracks environmental projects worldwide. For more information, contact: Tel: 202-482-3896; Fax: 202-482-3508.
• The Trade Information Center, which is a comprehensive resource for information on all federal government export assistance programs. Center staff counsel small to medium-sized U.S. companies that are new-to-export or new-to-market through one-on-one counseling. For more information, contact: Tel: 1-800-U.S. A-TRADE (800-872-8723) or 202-482-0543; Fax: 202-482-4473; or http://www.ita.doc.gov/tic.
• The Office of Multilateral Development Bank Operations, which provides the U.S. exporting community with comprehensive information on all multilateral development bank programs and opportunities, Tel: 202-482-3399; Fax: 202-273-0927.
• Export Assistance Centers (EACs), which are a joint effort of the U.S. Department of Commerce's U.S. and Foreign Commercial Service, the Small Business Administration, the Export-Import Bank of the United States, and (in one site) the U.S. Agency for International Development. The centers' staff members provide one-on-one counseling to small and medium-sized export-ready businesses by evaluating the needs of clients and helping them develop customized international business strategies. Offices are located throughout the United States and in nearly 70 countries abroad. To find the nearest Export Assistance Center, visit EACs' web site at http://www.ita.doc.gov/uscs/domfld.html or contact the following EAC offices: Long Beach: Tel: 310-980-4550, Fax: 310-980-4561; Chicago: Tel: 312-353-8040; Fax: 312-353-8098; Miami: Tel: 305-526-7425, Fax: 305-526-7434; and Baltimore: Tel: 410-962-4539; Fax: 410-962-4529. Copies of U.S. Department of Commerce publications and other trade information are available through
the National Trade Data Bank, Tel: 202-482-1986; Fax: 202-482-2164. Contact: Department of Commerce, Senior Commercial Officer (SCO) Carmine D'Aloisio, Counselor for Commercial Affairs, U.S. Foreign Commercial Service, 395 Sen. Gil Puyat Ave., Makati City 1200, Philippines, Tel.: (632) 890-9362 / 895-3002, Fax: (632) 895-3028. For general information on the Department of Commerce call: Tel: 202-482-2000. Website: http://www.doc.gov.
U.S. Department of Energy
The U.S. Department of Energy (USDOE) manages the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Energy-Efficiency and Renewable Energy Project, which seeks to promote sustainable energy development and use in the Asia-Pacific region. The project distributes information on member economies' energy efficiency and renewable energy projects, plans, technologies, and practices. It facilitates private sector interaction among member economies to expand the delivery of energy-efficient and renewable energy services and products regionally.
USDOE's programs of cooperation in energy efficiency and renewable energy include workshops and seminars on technology development, developing industrial energy efficiency, best practices and measures manuals, implementing energy technology, greenhouse gas mitigation projects, implementing joint demonstration projects, developing an energy efficiency information system database, and forming expert groups to coordinate and monitor its programs.
The USDOE is also providing bilateral assistance to the Government of the Philippines in the areas of clean coal technology, energy information systems development, and natural gas industry regulation.
Contact: Tom Cutler, (202) 586-6156.
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
Under the US-AEP program, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (US EPA) has designed and implemented the Environmental Action Program, providing assistance to governments of Asian countries through Environmental Action Teams, short-term technical assistance, and government personnel training. The teams are led by experienced US EPA staff and include additional environmental experts from other businesses, government agencies, and international organizations. In addition to initial activities through the Environmental Action Program, US EPA provides fellowships and follow-up missions on a case-by-case basis.
Contact: Marianne Bailey, Asia Program Manager, (202) 260-5237, fax: (202) 260-8512.

Appendix C: U.S. Commercial Service Environmental Team Members
(listed alphabetically by state)
Birmingham District Office
Contact: Diana (Chris) Bailey
Tel: 205-731-1331
Fax: 205-731-0076
Anchorage District Office
Contact: Chuck Becker
Tel: 907-271-6237
Fax: 907-271-6242
Phoenix District Office
Contact: Pompeya Lambrecht
Tel: 602-640-2505
Fax: 602-640-2518
Los Angeles District Office
Contact: Jim Cunningham
Tel: 310-235-7207
Fax: 310-235-7220
Newport Beach Branch Office
Contact: Pamela Ward
Tel: 714-660-1688 ext. 126
Fax: 714-660-8039
San Francisco District Office
Contact: Elizabeth Krauth
Tel: 415-705-2283
Fax: 415-705-2297
San Diego District Office
Contact: Michael Slater
Tel: 619-557-2962
Fax: 619-557-6176
Santa Clara Branch Office
Contact: Joe Burton
Tel: 408-970-4613
Fax: 408-970-4618
Hartford District Offices
Contact: Sharon Bongiovanni
Tel: 203-240-3530
Fax: 203-240-3473
Tallahassee Branch Office
Contact: Michael Higgins
Tel: 904-488-6469
Fax: 904-487-1407
Atlanta District Office
Contact: Rachel Bailey
Tel: 404-452-9101
Fax: 404-452-9105
Boise Branch Office
Contact: Steve Thompson
Tel: 208-334-3857
Fax: 208-334-2783
U.S. Export Assistance Center
Contact: Robin Mugford
Tel: 312-353-8040
Fax: 312-353-8098
Louisville District Office
Contact: John Autin
Tel: 502-582-5066
Fax: 502-582-6573
U.S. Export Assistance Center
Contact: Stephen Hall
Tel: 410-962-4539
Fax: 410-962-4529
Boston District Office
Contact: Keith Yatsuhashi
Tel: 617-424-5990
Fax: 617-424-5992
Detroit District Office
Contact: Richard Corson
Tel: 313-226-3650
Fax: 313-226-3657
Minneapolis District Office
Contact: Pam Olson-Lally
Tel: 612-348-1638
Fax: 612-348-1683
St. Louis District Office
Contact: Kristi Wiggins
Tel: 314-425-3302
Fax: 314-425-3140
New Mexico
Santa Fe Branch Office
Contact: Sandy Necessary
Tel: 505-827-0350
Fax: 505-827-0263
New York
Buffalo District Office
Contact: George Buchanan
Tel: 716-846-4191
Fax: 716-846-5290
New York District Office
Contact: Robert Jones
Tel: 212-264-0634
Fax: 212-264-1356
Rochester Branch Office
Contact: James Mariano
Tel: 716-263-6480
Fax: 716-325-6505
North Carolina
Greensboro District Office
Contact: Linda Jones
Tel: 910-333-5345
Fax: 910-333-5158
Cincinnati District Office
Contact: Carol Chlystek
Tel: 513-684-2944
Fax: 513-684-3200
Cleveland District Office
Contact: Clem von Koschembahr
Tel: 216-522-4750
Fax: 216-522-2235
Tulsa Branch Office
Contact: Tom Strauss
Tel: 918-581-7650
Fax: 918-581-2844
Portland District Office
Contact: Tom McGinty
Tel: 503-326-3001
Fax: 503-326-6351
Pittsburgh District Office
Contact: Ed Zawadzki or
Amy Shaughnessy
Tel: 412-644-2850
Fax: 412-644-4875
Austin District Office
Contact: Karen Parker
Tel: 512-482-5939
Fax: 512-482-5940
Dallas District Office
Contact: Vavie Sellschopp
Tel: 214-767-0542
Fax: 214-767-8240
Houston District Office
Contact: Ken Konkel
Tel: 713-229-2578
Fax: 713-229-2203
Richmond District Office
Contact: Phil Ouzts or
Paolo DiVincenzo
Tel: 804-771-2246
Fax: 804-771-2390
Seattle District Office
Contact: Diane Mooney
Tel: 206-553-7251
Fax: 206-553-7253
Tri-Cities Branch Office
Contact: Mark Weaver
Tel: 509-735-2751
Fax: 509-783-9385
West Virginia
Charleston District Office
Contact: Jim Pittard
Tel: 304-347-5123
Fax: 304-347-5408
Milwaukee District Office
Contact: Paul Churchill
Tel: 414-297-3473
Fax: 414-297-3470

Appendix D: Key Philippines Contacts

U.S. Government
Alma Madrazo, Ph. D., Director
Second Floor
Thomas Jefferson Cultural Center
395 Sen. Gil Puyat Avenue
Makati City
Tel: (632) 896-5128
Fax: (632) 890-9361
Rico Rubio
US-AEP CTEM Information Center
Ground Floor, DAP Building
San Miguel Avenue
Pasig City
Tel: (632) 635-2650
Fax: (632) 631-5714
Internet: ctem@mnl.cyb-live.com
US-AEP ADB Liaison Office
3/F Thomas Jefferson Building
Sen. Gil Puyat Avenue
Makati City
Tel: (632) 890-9364
Fax: (632) 890-9713
Program Director
US-AEP Industry and Clean Technology Program
12/F, Sagittarius Building
HV dela Costa Street
Salcedo Village
1227 Makati City
Tel: (632) 816-6576
Fax: (632) 818-6470
Internet: aseaneip@mozcom.com
Carmine D'Aloisio
U.S. Foreign Commercial Service
Thomas Jefferson Building
Sen. Gil Puyat Avenue
Makati City
Tel: (632) 890-9362
Fax: (632) 895-3028
Philippine Government
Jorge M. Briones
Deputy Executive Director
Maria Cristina M. Avila
Environmental Infrastructure
Coordinating Council of the Philippine Assistance
Program (CCPAP)
BOT Center
Podium Level
Executive Tower Bldg.
Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas
Mabini St., Ermita 1000
Tel: (632) 526-2237
Fax: (632) 521-4263
Marlito Cardenas
Environmental Management Bureau
Kamias Road, cor. Kalayaan
Quezon City, Metro Manila
Tel: (632) 932-2960
Fax: (632) 631-7259
Note: expect busy signal when calling these numbers; a visit in person is usually more successful.

For procurement information, contact:
Sabado T. Batcagan, Assistant Secretary
DENR Bldg., Visayas Avenue
Diliman, Quezon City
Tel: (632) 929-6626
local 2041
Fax: (632) 920-1761
Rogelio L. Singson, Vice Chairman
Bases Conversion Development Authority
2/F Rufino Center, Ayala Ave. cor. Herrera St.
Makati City
Tel: (632) 813-5423
Fax: (632) 813-5424
Marita Jimenez, Executive Director
Investment Promotion Group
Board of Investments
BOI Building
385 Sen. Gil Puyat Ave.
Makati City
Tel: (632) 895-3910
Fax: (632) 895-3521
Francis Elum, Vice President-Business Development
Clark Development Corporation
15/F JMT Corporate Condominium
ADB Avenue
Ortigas Center, Pasig City
Tel: (632) 634-1628
Fax: (6345) 599-2091
Carlos Tomboc, Ph. D., General Manager
Laguna Lake Development Authority
3rd Floor, Rizal Provincial Capitol Building
Shaw Blvd.
Tel: (632) 635-6680
Fax: (632-631-2595
Engr. Simplicio Belisario, Deputy Administrator
Local Waterworks and Utilities Administration
MWSS Complex
Katipunan Road
Balara, 1119 Quezon City
Tel: (632) 920-5433
Fax: (632) 920-5433
Roberto C. Nacianceno, General Manager
Metro Manila Development Authority
Guadalupe, EDSA
Makati City
Tel: (632) 818-8464
Fax: (632) 818-8490
Leovigildo Veroy, Senior Deputy Administrator
MWSS, MWSS Complex Katipunan Road
Balara, Quezon City
Tel: (632) 928-5754; 920-5521-45 Local 250/255
Fax: (632) 928-5754
Guido Alfredo A. Delgado, President
National Power Corporation
Tel: (632) 921-2998
Fax: (632) 922-4339
Eduardo G. Maxino,Vice President
Corporate Services
Phil. National Oil Company-Energy
Development Corporation
Meritt Rd., Fort Bonifacio
Makati City
Tel: (632) 893-6001
Fax: (632) 893-0680
Norberto Balce, Manager-Technical Services and Planning Dept.
Phil. National Oil Company - Petrochemical
Development Corporation
11/F BA Lepanto Bldg.
Paseo de Roxas
Makati City
Tel: (632) 892-0288
Fax: (632) 892-0346
Engr. Manuel R. Berina, Jr., Deputy General Manager
Public Estates Authority
7/F Legaspi Towers 200
Paseo de Roxas, Makati City
Tel: (632) 817-4711 - 13
Fax: (632) 817-3127
Francisco S. Legaspi, Director-Public Works
Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority
Room 229, Bldg. 255
Waterfront Road
Subic Bay Freeport Zone
Subic, 2209 Zambales
Tel: (6347) 252-3355
Fax: (6347) 252-7755
Department of Energy
Merritt Road, Fort Bonifacio,
Makati City
Tel: (632) 810-1021-31
Fax: (632) 810-0032
Nemesio Gaco, Assistant Secretary
Department of Health
San Lazaro Compound
Rizal Ave., Sta. Cruz, Manila
Tel: (632) 743-8301
Fax: (632) 711-9582
Yolanda Ma. De Leon, Assistant Secretary
Department of Interior and Local Government
5/F, A. Francisco Gold Condominium II
EDSA cor. Mapagmahal St., Diliman, Quezon City
Tel: (632) 920-8012
Fax: (632) 925-0360
Nongovernmental Organizations/Trade Associations
Porfirio Macatangay, President
Pollution Control Association of the Philippines, Inc. (PCAPI)
Room 2115
VV Soliven Building
EDSA, Greenhills
San Juan
Tel: (632) 703-409
Fax: (632) 701-487
Grace Favila, Executive Director
Philippine Business for the Environment, Inc. (PBE)
Ground Floor, DAP Bldg. San Miguel Avenue
Pasig City
Tel: (632) 635-2650
Fax: (632) 631-5714
Jesus A. Callos, Director
Water Environmental Association of the Philippines (WEAP)
Room 17M
Maya Arcade Building
Cubao, Quezon City
Tel: (632) 912-3599
Fax: (632) 912-3592
The Director
Philippine Business for Social Progress (PBSP)
3/F, Philippine Social Development Center
Magallanes cor. Real Sts.
Intramuros, Manila
Tel: (632) 527-7741
Fax: (632) 530-1076

Appendix E: Environmental Trade Working Group Key Contacts

U.S. Department of Commerce
Office of Environmental Technology Exports
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
Office of Policy Planning and Evaluation
U.S. Department of Energy
Office of Science and Technology Policy
U.S. Department of Agriculture
Global Change Program Office
U.S. Department of the Interior
Office of Policy Analysis
U.S. Department of Labor
Bureau of International Labor Affairs
U.S. Department of State
Bureau of Economic and Business Affairs
U.S. Department of the Treasury
Office of International Affairs
Export-Import Bank of the United States
Office of International Business Development
Overseas Private Investment Corporation
Office of Investment Development
Small Business Administration
U.S. Trade and Development Agency
U.S. Agency for International Development
US-AEP Secretariat
Global Bureau
Office of the U.S. Trade Representative
Office of Financial and Investment Policy
White House Office of Environment Policy
White House Office of Science and Technology Policy

Appendix F: References

The following is a selected list of documents that were used in the production of this report and are useful sources of information for U.S. environmental exporters.

Asian Development Bank. Asian Development Outlook: 1996 and 1997. New York: Oxford University Press, 1996.

Business and Environment Magazine. Published bimonthly by Philippine Business for the Environment, Pasig, Metro Manila.

Consulting Engineers, Inc. Industrial Efficiency and Pollution Control Program. Final Report, prepared by James M. Montgomery, 1992.

Development Finance International, Inc. Definitional Mission: Philippines Water Sector, 1997.

Entec Europe Ltd. Toxic and Hazardous Waste Management Project, Metro Manila, Philippines, Inception Report, 1995.

Environmental Business International. Asia Country Briefings: Philippines. EBI Report 1210, February 1997.

Environmental Management Bureau, Department of Environment and Natural Resources. Philippine Envi-ronmental Quality Report 1990-1995. November 1996.

Hagler Bailly Consulting, Inc. An Action Program for the Introduction of Economic Incentives to Promote Water Pollution Prevention and Abatement in the Philippines, Final Report, 1996.

Hagler Bailly, Inc. IEMP Policy Study No. 1. Financial Resources to Fund Environmental Investments, Final Report, 1993.
Oreta, Prospero, "City Study of Manila," in Asian Development Bank, Megacity Management in the Asian and Pacific Region, vol. 2, Stubbs and Clarke eds., Manila, 1996.

PRC Environmental Management Inc. (PRC-EMI) Action Plan for the Implementation of DAO 29, Manila, 1995.

PRC-EMI, Inc. Orientation Manual on the Implementing Rules and Regulations for Title II: The Management of Chemicals and Toxic Substances, DAO 29, RA 6969. Prepared for DENR/EMB, September 1995.

Price Waterhouse. Philippines: Study of Regulatory Issues for Water Supply and Sewerage Sector Privatization, Final Report, 1995.

Price Waterhouse. Study of Policy Options to Facilitate Private SectorParticipation in the Philippine Solid Waste Management Sector. Prepared for USAID Philippine Assistance Program Support Project, February 1996.

Price Waterhouse. Technical Assistance to the Coordinating Council of the Philippine Assistance Program (CCPAP) under the USAID PAPS Project for BOT Infrastructure Privatizatiion, Final Report, 1996.

Republic of the Philippines. Foreign Investments Act of 1991 (RA 7042). Department of Trade and Industry.

Republic of the Philippines, House of Representatives. House Bill No. 4: An Act to Revise the Philippine Environmental Code, Defining its Scope and Integrating All Other Laws Relative Thereto. May 1997 draft.

Sanders International, Inc. Industrial Air Emissions Source Project for Manila, Desk Study for U.S. Trade and Development Agency, 1995.

Tropical Research & Development, Inc. Sustainable Urban and Industrial Environmental Management Review, Final Report, 1991.

University of the Philippines. The Philippines Environmental Health Assessment Study, 1995.

US-AEP. Assessment of Environmental Infrastructure in Asia, 1996.

US-AEP. Philippines Assessment. September 1996.

US-AEP. Philippine Business Plan FY'97, 1996.

US-AEP. Philippines Environmental Market Summary, 1996.

USAID/Manila. Governance and Local Democracy (GOLD) Project, Project Paper, 1994.

USAID. ASEAN Wastewater Treatment Market Assessment: Opportunities for U.S. Businesses, Business Focus Series, 1993.

USDOC. Industry Sector Analysis (ISA): Philippines Air & Water Monitoring and Analytical Equipment, 1996.

USDOC. ISA: Air Pollution Control Equipment. February 1994.

USDOC. ISA: Clean Technology, 1994.

USDOC. ISA: Environmental Consulting Services, 1994.

USDOC. ISA: Medical Waste Handling, Treatment and Disposal Equipment. September 1996.

USDOC. ISA: Solid Waste Management Equipment. September 1996.

USDOC. ISA: Water and Wastewater Treatment Equipment. September 1994.

USDOC. ISA:Water Supply and Distribution Equipment, September 1997.

USDOC. Philippines: 1996 Country Report on Economic Policy and Trade Practices. January 1997.

World Bank. Philippines Environmental Sector Study Toward Improved Environmental Policies and Management, 1993.

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