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1 MISSION 2030 JOIN IN THE ACTION CRI COUNCIL Eliminating the Concept of Building Waste

2 …America cannot resist the transition. We must lead it… http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mGiUuQZFuoo COPYRIGHT © 2011 CRI COUNCIL. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. 2

3 Construction Resource Initiatives Council: 2009/10: Construction Recycling Initiatives Task Group (CRI Task Group) 2011 - INitiated: Construction Resource Initiatives Council –Incorporated Non-profit –Non-partisan –Architecture 2030 Adopter –Official Partner of UNEP-GPWM (United Nations Environment Programme-Global Partnership on Waste Management) 2012 – INspiration workshop in Wakefield Québec 2013 - Officially calling all stakeholders to join IN the ACTION for Mission 2030

4 MISSION 2030: a call-to-ACTION; An initiative based on fundamental change management principles * Defining the direction of change * Overcoming inertia * Taking the 1 st steps WHY: the reasons for change in how we view & deal with resources HOW: the guiding principles to realize the WHY WHAT: the tangible proof & results, the tangible ways to realize the why Reference: Simon Sinek, Motivational Speaker (How Great Leaders Inspire Great Actions 7 th most watched TED video) & Author of Start With Why: How Great Leaders Inspire Everyone to Take Action (2009)

5 For Clarity… IC&I: Industrial, Commercial & Institutional C&D: Construction, Renovation & Demolition COPYRIGHT © 2011 CRI COUNCIL. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. 5

6 WHY: The purpose, cause or belief, the driving motivation for action Inefficient use of building/construction resources Buildings use 40% of global resources Construction waste estimated to be 20- 40% of municipal waste stream in North America –while 95% is theoretically recoverable 1/3 of total waste stream is residential managed by municipalities 2/3 is Industrial, Commercial & Institutional (IC&I) managed by private sector – a resource covered by free trade agreements (i.e.: NAFTA - North American Free Trade Agreement) COPYRIGHT © 2011 CRI COUNCIL. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. 6 Ref.: Growing Waste, Stalled Diversion, State of Waste in Canada by Paul van der Werf & Michael Cant; Solid Waste Magazine, June/July - 2012

7 Unilaterally set & reactive regulations alone do not inspire change i.e.: Ontario MOE (Ministry of Environment 3R regulations for facilities & projects 2000m 2 102/94: waste reduction audit & planning 103/94: source separation program 2006/2010 C&D sector compliance went from 100% non-compliance to 78% for a 22% improvement Cost (Time, $ & HR) to develop, implement & enforce Regulations come & go… False sense of security WHY: The purpose, cause or belief, the driving motivation for action Inefficient use of building/construction resources Ref.: Report of the Auditor General of Ontario

8 Canadian Non-Hazardous & Non-Residential Discards WHY: The purpose, cause or belief, the driving motivation for action Inefficient use of building/construction resources

9 While population & per capita waste generation grows the planet that sustains us remains finite Canadas municipal waste generated per capita has been steadily increasing since 1980. Ref.: Growing Waste, Stalled Diversion, State of Waste in Canada by Paul van der Werf & Michael Cant; Solid Waste Magazine, June/July - 2012

10 Ref.: Conference Board of Canada Canada produces 894 kg per capita of municipal waste annually, more than twice as much as the best performer, Japan. Municipal waste is only 1/3 of total waste & 2/3 is industrial commercial institutional WHY: The purpose, cause or belief, the driving motivation for action Inefficient use of building/construction resources Canada also receives a D grade on Innovation Countries w/highest overall scores not only spend more on technology, but also have policies that drive supply & demand In 2007, US also scored a D, placed barely ahead of Canada

11 Ref.: US EPA Compliance and Stewardship 2007 Effectively communicating enforcement activities to the public and the regulated community both improves awareness of compliance requirements and sends a clear message that failure to comply has consequences Link: Increasing the nations recycling rate just 1% will cut greenhouse gas emissions by the equivalent of taking more than 1.3 million cars off the road thats more than all the cars registered in the state of Utah / sim. to Toronto WHY: The purpose, cause or belief, the driving motivation for action Inefficient use of building/construction resources In 2007, EPA, the American Institute of Architects, Building Materials Reuse Association ? West Coast Green sponsored a nationwide competition for students and professionals to spur innovative building & building components designs as well as management practices that anticipate future use

12 Waste Generation per Capita The average amount of Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) generated annually per person COPYRIGHT © 2011 CRI COUNCIL. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. 12 Ref.: D-Waste Atlas – a global waste mapping initiative; www.atlas.d-waste.com World Waste expected to double by 2025 Basel Convention: Protecting human health and the environment against the adverse effects of hazardous wastes Has your country signed the convention including the Ban Amendment?

13 Ref.: www.architecture.org WHY: The purpose, cause or belief, the driving motivation for action Inefficient use of building/construction resources

14 Image Reference: International Code Council Life Cycle Assessment is a complex but necessary science for sustainable transformation, as it considers: Fossil fuel & other non-renewable resource depletion Global warming potential Stratospheric ozone depletion Ground-level ozone creation (smog) Nutrification / Eutrophication of water bodies Acidification & deposition (dry & wet) Toxic releases to air, water & land WHY: The purpose, cause or belief, the driving motivation for action Inefficient use of building/construction resources

15 Economical Impacts Landfills cost everyone For 1 landfill job, there can be 10 in recovery – green jobs Strategic zero waste transformation contributes to business/economic growth Perception that resource efficient products always cost more In a 2002 Wastecap Wisconsin & Alliant Energy study, Implementing a Reduction and Recycling Program at a Commercial Construction Site, $15,000 was saved through avoided disposal costs COPYRIGHT © 2011 CRI COUNCIL. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. 15 WHY: The purpose, cause or belief, the driving motivation for action Inefficient use of building/construction resources

16 References: What a Waste – A Global Review of Solid Waste Management Blog: Why We Need to Pay More Attention to the Role of Landfills in Global Warming WHY: The purpose, cause or belief, the driving motivation for action Inefficient use of building/construction resources Environmental Impacts

17 Greenhouse Gas Comparison GHGLifetime in100 year AtmosphereGWP CO 2 50-100 years1 CH 4 12 years21-25 N 2 O120 years298-310 COPYRIGHT © 2011 CRI COUNCIL. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. 17 Ref.: http://climatechangeconnection.org/emissions/CO2_equivalents.htm http://epa.gov/climatechange/ghgemissions/

18 Ref.: http://www.personal.psu.edu/bfr3/blogs/asp/2012/11/plastic-island.html http://www.electrolux.se/Innovation/Campaigns/Vac-from-the-sea/5-Gyres/http://www.personal.psu.edu/bfr3/blogs/asp/2012/11/plastic-island.htmlhttp://www.electrolux.se/Innovation/Campaigns/Vac-from-the-sea/5-Gyres/ Environmental Impacts: Ocean Gyres WHY: The purpose, cause or belief, the driving motivation for action Inefficient use of building/construction resources

19 Social Impacts COPYRIGHT © 2011 CRI COUNCIL. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. 19 WHY: The purpose, cause or belief, the driving motivation for action Inefficient use of building/construction resources Ref.: www.dumpthedump.ca An article in the Napanee Beaver read: Local Doctors Oppose Dump there is significant information to support the belief that large dumps are a poor choice for waste disposal… The Napanee area is a particularly poor site for a mega- dump Questions: Have locals reduced their resource consumption & waste generation Where would a mega-dump be acceptable

20 Social Impacts Nearly half of the world population live in waste –Immense Health Impacts Natural resources such as gypsum (20% water content) could be a source of water for arid countries COPYRIGHT © 2011 CRI COUNCIL. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. 20 WHY: The purpose, cause or belief, the driving motivation for action Inefficient use of building/construction resources Understandably, developing countries aim to be like us, where resources are plentyfull

21 Lack of Awareness & Understanding of the issues Complexities: Countless factors –Regulations –Global Markets - Free trade –Design (architectural, interior & industrial) –Segregated industry sectors –Resources for education –Economics Impacts Potential solutions Image Ref.: www.webdesignburn.com WHY: The purpose, cause or belief, the driving motivation for action Inefficient use of building/construction resources

22 Change Strategy Communication Integration & Educations Tools Support Research & Technology HOW: the CRI Council guiding principles to realize the WHY How great leaders inspire great actions Ref.: Simon Simek, Golden Circle

23 Change Strategy 1.Defining the direction of change 2.Overcome inertia 3.Taking the 1 st steps COPYRIGHT © 2011 CRI COUNCIL. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. 23 HOW: the CRI Council guiding principles to realize the WHY Awareness Desire Knowledge Ability Reinforcement

24 Communication www.cricouncil.com Linkedin Tweeter Facebook OPIN –an online engagement tool –aka Crowdsourcing –giving control of the product & the result over to the users COPYRIGHT © 2011 CRI COUNCIL. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. 24 HOW: the CRI Council guiding principles to realize the WHY Image: www.smarterer.com ''The best way to have a good idea, is to have a lot of ideas Linus Pauling

25 Integration: bringing people or groups together for a common goal or purpose, previously working in silos or segregated, in a linear limiting approach Integrated Design Process Goal driven (Mission 2030) Structured for Max. Synergies Minimize Costs & Trade-Offs Facilitated Clear Decision Making Inclusive & Collaborative Holistic/Collaborative Thinking Whole Project Budget Setting Iterative Non-traditional Expertise COPYRIGHT © 2011 CRI COUNCIL. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. 25 HOW: the CRI Council guiding principles to realize the WHY ResourceEfficiency Governments/ Regulators Whole Building Industry Public/ Stakeholders /Media Researchers Educators/ Students Resource (waste) Management Industry Other Sectors i.e.: Agriculture Transportation Economics Realtors Sociologists Insurers Financers Ecologists

26 Integration allows us to Tunel through the cost barriers Optimizing whole system Accounting for all measurable benefits Taking the right steps, at the right time & in the right sequence Ref.: Natural Capitalism – Creating the Next Industrial Revolution; Amory Lovins & Hunter Lovins

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28 Education – Learner-Centered Let learners construct their own plans Coach learners to expert performance Encourage multiple perspectives Situate learning in real life activities Prompt learners to think about their thinking Guide learners to think like an expert Evaluate learners thinking processes Tell me, I may forget, Show me, I may remember; Include me and I will understand; Chinese Proverb HOW: the CRI Council guiding principles to realize the WHY

29 Tools & Support: App for mobiles Recovery Facilities Locator Recovery Specifications Resource Efficient Materials Mission 2030 Adopters Directory FAQ/Helpful Hints Construction Waste Management Planning Tools… COPYRIGHT © 2011 CRI COUNCIL. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. 29 HOW: the CRI Council guiding principles to realize the WHY

30 Research & Technology : Construction Waste Management Life Cycle Assessments (LCA) Closed-Loop Recovery –i.e.: Drywall, Carpet, Gravel Recycling opportunities & Risks –i.e.: Drywall in agricultural use Waste-to-Energy latest technology Pot Ash Resource Recovery Fund Board & Dalhousie University, NS Institut für Textiltechnik der RWTH Aachen University, Germany COPYRIGHT © 2011 CRI COUNCIL. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. 30 HOW: the CRI Council guiding principles to realize the WHY Image: www.writemyessay.biz

31 MISSION 2030 Calling ALL Building Stakeholders Join IN the ACTION - Pledge to 1.Measure & Verify Current Generation 2.Eliminate Construction, Renovation & Demolition to Landfill by 2030 1. 35% by 2015 2. 50% by 2020 3. 75% by 2025 4. 100% by 2030 RETHINK Project Delivery Method & Selection Design & Specifications Construction Practices Recovery

32 Whos calling you? COPYRIGHT © 2011 CRI COUNCIL. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. 32 Consultants: RG Integration Product Dealer: Elizabeth Millar, Stone Tile Rob Hewitt, Cohen& Cohen Carpenter & Contractor Michael Trevail, ACTT Installation Modern Niagara Architects: Darryl Hood & John-David Hutchison, CSV Architects Gord Erskine, Erskine Dredge Architects Developer: Serge Desjardins, Minto Communities Academia: Ann Callaghan, Algonquin College Our Allies Architecture Canada I RAIC Athena SMI Canada Green Building council, ORC (Ottawa Region Chapter) Construction Specifications Canada Green Home TV Habitat for Humanity Interior Designers Canada Leftover.ca Ontario Association of Architects Ottawa Stewardship Council Passive Buildings Canada

33 We are not alone UNEP (United Nations Environment Programme) * Disasters & Conflicts* Global Warming * Ecosystem Management* Environmental Governance * Resource Efficiency* Harmful Substances –GPWM (Global Partnership Waste Management) led by the Division of Technology, Industry & Economic; Sponsored Areas include Waste Minimization Integrated Solid Waste Management Waste and Climate Change Waste Agricultural Biomass E-Waste Management Marine Litter COPYRIGHT © 2011 CRI COUNCIL. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. 33

34 We not alone UNEP (United Nations Environment Programme) –SBCI (Sustainable Building & Climate Initiative) hosted by by the Division of Technology, Industry & Economic – produced Task Group on building waste Online clearinghouse on sustainable consumption and production linked with the 10 YFP (10 Year Forward Program) Guidelines on Education Policy for Sustainable Built Environment : International Solid Waste Association Solid Waste Association of North America Metro Vancouvers Zero Waste Marketing Council working w/Federation of Canadian Municipalities U.S. Zero Waste Business Council… & many others as listed previously, etc. COPYRIGHT © 2011 CRI COUNCIL. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. 34

35 We are not alone International Green Construction Code –LCA –Minimum diversion CCME (Canadian Council of Ministers of the Environment) –EPR (Extended Producers Responsibility) –Phase II – including C&D anticipated for 2017 Countless NGOs supporting same objective in resource preservation and reduction in –GHG emissions –Energy & Water consumption –Contaminants/Pollution… More rating & certification systems COPYRIGHT © 2011 CRI COUNCIL. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. 35

36 COPYRIGHT © 2011 CRI COUNCIL. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. 36 The Journey 2011 2012 2013

37 MISSION 2030 PLEDGE A leaders first step to Zero Waste COPYRIGHT © 2011 CRI COUNCIL. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. 37

38 Cambodia: Children of the Dump Ref.: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_o9z43l55PUhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_o9z43l55PU COPYRIGHT © 2011 CRI COUNCIL. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. 38

39 COPYRIGHT © 2011 CRI COUNCIL. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. 39

40 Think Mission 2030 Is a Big Deal? Just think of… COPYRIGHT © 2011 CRI COUNCIL. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. 40

41 Social Movements Like… Suffragette Equal Rights Labor Union COPYRIGHT © 2011 CRI COUNCIL. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. 41

42 Environmental & Green Building Movements Like… Sierra Club USGBC & LEED Jane Goodall Institute COPYRIGHT © 2011 CRI COUNCIL. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. 42 Robert K Watson USGBC Founder David Brower (1912-2000) Sierras Club Founder Jane Goodall, UN Messenger of Peace

43 Economical Driven Movement… Recycling History as far back as 400BC Post WWII – economics influenced recycling –Countries with little natural resources continued recycling –Others such as US largely abandoned it Come back in 1970s on the heel of the environmental movement. Especially with the adopted symbol In 2012 The Bureau of International Recycling estimates that the recycling sector employs more than 1.5 million people in the processing of million tons of commodities, with industry revenue topping in excess of $200 billion every year.''In 2012 The Bureau of International Recycling estimates that the recycling sector employs more than 1.5 million people in the processing of million tons of commodities, with industry revenue topping in excess of $200 billion every year.'' COPYRIGHT © 2011 CRI COUNCIL. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. 43

44 COPYRIGHT © 2011 CRI COUNCIL. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. 44 Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has. Margaret Mead _1901-1978


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