Applying for Voluntary Smoke-Testing and Securing Certificate of Compliance

ABOUT THE SERVICES

ORDINANCE NO. 99-084 or the “Anti-Smoke Belching Ordinance” covers all and any types of motor vehicle-privately-operated, passenger or owner-driven-whether registered at the local Land Transportation Office (LTO) or elsewhere in the country as long as they traverse any highway, road or street within the territorial jurisdiction of the City of Naga.

Covered in this Ordinance are tricycles or trimobiles registered and licensed by the local government of Naga City and Metro Naga municipalities whether passenger or non-passenger service, including stationary engines like generators, waterborne vehicles like motorboats and motor launchers as well as agricultural equipment.
Owners and operators of these vehicles and stationary engines are required to pass the smoke testing and present a Certificate of Compliance before the LTO issues a License to Operate.

REQUIREMENTS

Voluntary Testing of Vehicle/Engine

  • Actual vehicle or stationary engine to be tested

Issuance of Certificate of Compliance

  • Testing Result Ticket
  • Driver’s License
  • Registration documents of vehicle

HOW TO AVAIL THIS SERVICE

FOLLOW THESE STEPS IT WILL TAKE YOU PLEASE APPROACH
Voluntary Smoke Testing of Vehicle/Engine

1. Submit Vehicle for Testing.

Coordinate with the City ENRO regarding the schedule / availability of equipment and manpower.

Bring the vehicle in front of the City Hall Compound. Applicant proceeds to ENRO and informs the staff that the vehicle/engine is ready for testing.

10 minutes
OSCAR P. OROZCO
CGDH I – ENRO
JAYSON T. VARGAS (Illustrator)
Senior Environment Management Specialist
EDGARDO C. PEÑA
Admin Aide III
2. Actual Testing

ENRO staff performs actual testing of vehicle/engine using duly approved and accredited Smoke Testing Equipment.

25 minutes
JAYSON T. VARGAS (Illustrator)
Senior Environment Management Specialist
EDGARDO C. PEÑA
Admin Aide III
3. Receive Actual Testing Ticket

Receive original copy of the testing result ticket and brings the same to the City ENRO for verification.

25 minutes OSCAR P. OROZCO
CGDH I – ENRO
4. Payment of Fees

Proceed to the City Treasurer’s Office to pay the required amount and asks for an Official Receipt.

5 minutes License Division
City Treasurer’s Office
5. Recording of Official Receipt

Go back to the City ENRO to have the Official Receipt recorded in the logbook.

3 minutes
JAYSON T. VARGAS (Illustrator)
Senior Environment Management Specialist

ANTONIO OLARTE

Issuance of Certificate of Compliance

1. . Submit/Present the Result Ticket

Submit the Smoke Testing result ticket to the ENRO staff verifies whether the result ticket is not yet expired.

Tickets are valid for 2 months from the time actual testing was conducted.

25 minutes

OSCAR P. OROZCO
CGDH I – ENRO

JAYSON T. VARGAS (Illustrator)
Senior Environment Management Specialist
2. Payment of Fees

Proceed to the City Treasurer’s Office to pay the certification fee and asks for an Official Receipt.

5 minutes License Division
City Treasurer’s Office
3. Issuance of Certificate of Compliance

Applicant presents the Official Receipt to the City ENRO and receives the Certification.

5 minutes OSCAR P. OROZCO
CGDH I – ENRO

CHRISTOHER JHUN ZANTUA
Admin. Officer III

JAYSON T. VARGAS (Illustrator)
Senior Environment Management
Specialist

CITY ENVIRONMENT AND NATURAL RESOURCES OFFICE
City Hall Complex, J. Miranda Ave., Concepcion Pequeña, Naga City
For more information, please contact:
Oscar P. Orozco, City ENRO Office
E-mail| enro@naga.gov.ph