• Domestic/Household/Residual Wastes

    • Municipal Solid Wastes
      Domestic Wastes and Residual Wastes from MRF
    • Biodegradable Wastes
      Food and Kitchen Wastes, Green Wastes
    • Recyclable Materials
      Bottles, Plastics, Paper, etc.
    • Composite Materials
      Waste Clothing, TETRA Packs, Plastics, Bulky Wastes

    • Inert Wastes
      Construction, Mining, Demolition Wastes, Rocks, Debris, etc.
    • Animal by-products, mortalities
      Slaughterhouse wastes
      Commercial Food Production Wastes
    • Expired Foods and Dairy Products
      Sewage Wastes

  • Other Industrial and Commercial Non Hazardous Waste

    • Ashes
    • Light Materials
    • Styrofoam, Insulation, etc.
    • Commercial & Industrial Wastes with Non Hazardous Materials and Components
    • Non-hazardous Sludge, Filter cake, etc.
  • Treated Miscellaneous Wastes

    • M501 Miscellaneous Wastes (Pathogenic or Infectious Wastes)
      • Pathological Wastes
    • M502 Friable Asbestos Waste
      • Wastes containing friable asbestos
    • M503 Pharmaceuticals and Drugs
      • Expired Pharmaceuticals and drugs stocked at producers and retailers’ facilities
    • Putrescible/Organic Wastes:
      • H801 Animal / Abattoir Waste - All Wastes from Animal feedlots; All wastes from commercial slaughterhouses; All wastes from poultry farms
      • H802 Grease Trap wastes from Industrial or Commercial Premises
    • Immobilized Wastes:
      • K301 Solidified Wastes and Polymerized Wastes - Wastes whose hazardous substances are physically immobilized by consolidation to reduce the surface area of the wastes in order to meet the waste acceptance criteria.
      • K302 Chemically fixed Waste - Waste whose hazardous substances chemically immobilized through chemical bonds to an immobile matrix or chemical conversion to meet the waste acceptance criteria.
      • K303 Encapsulated Waste - Waste whose hazardous substances are physically immobilized by enveloping the waste in a porous, impermeable material In order to store hazardous wastes until such time that a proper disposal facility is available.


Our current base market primarily includes cities and municipalities including industrial and commercial markets within the Central and Northern Luzon regions Local Government Units (LGU’s) in Central and Northern Luzon.

Metro Clark’s disposal facilities is geared towards expanding its market base to include Metro Manila and its ever increasing volume of daily wastes and garbage.

  • Local Government Units(LGU)
  • Industrial Clients
  • Freeport Zone Locators
  • Final Waste Disposal

    We are an engineered sanitary landfill that conforms to law and internationally accredited for quality management, environmental management and occupational health and safety management.

  • Waste Transfer Station Design and Operation

    We can help you in designing and operating your waste transfer station to make it systematic and efficient.

  • Specialized Garbage Collection

    We provide trash bins in Clark Freeport Zone and SBMA, which were collected in more than 1000 locators within the vicinity.

  • Cost Effective Waste Hauling

    MCWM also offers a competitive hauling service, if you need one, to transport your waste to our engineered sanitary landfill. We go out of our way to provide you the appropriate and economical vehicle.

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Industrial Waste is an industrial generated residual, which is not classified as hazardous waste or treated waste residuals as described under RA 6969 (Hazardous Waste Act).

The waste would be mostly industrial residuals (sludge, ashes, Non-Friable Asbestos, manufacturing residuals etc.), which would be delivered as non-mixed fraction and might need special preparation for unloading and disposal at the landfill area.

Standard requirement for sludge, ashes etc. (out of industrial processing) is the TCLP analysis (US EPD Standard); it has to be within the described TCLP limits and so far as necessary DENR confirmation as “non-hazardous”. Asbestos has to be certified as NON-FRIABLE.

The waste generator has to provide MCWM with test results before finalization of the disposal contract.

MCWM will conduct “backup” analytics on site for each delivered charge. If a charge fails the limits or shows total different consistency of the delivered materials, MCWM will have the right to reject the charge.

The analyses will be charged to the client.

Furthermore, MCWM has the right to require additional tests (if necessary) to insure that no hazardous materials are disposed in their facility.

If MCWM has to assist the unloading of materials, extra charges occur.

MCWM has the right to reject charges due to operational reasons.

MCWM will provide the Generator / Hauler with a “Certificate of Final Disposal” / “Letter of Destruction” in accordance to RA 9003.

Transportation might be contracted to MCWM; charges will be additional to the described disposal fees.