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Meeting the Challenge Councillor Ian Monson – Cabinet Member for Waste Management and the Environment NAIL2 Meeting 29 January 2007.

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1 Meeting the Challenge Councillor Ian Monson – Cabinet Member for Waste Management and the Environment NAIL2 Meeting 29 January 2007

2 Climate Change Biodegradable Municipal Waste - kitchen waste, green wastes, paper, card, cork, textiles Methane - a potent greenhouse gas Residual BMW - currently sent to landfill Landfill Directive - diverting BMW from landfill

3 Where Weve Come From Adverts for a new solution in June 04 67%+ recovery – recycling, energy, compost Not site or technology specific 7 bidders submitted proposals Aug 04 Shortlist of 4 using different technologies MBT, MBT and AD, EfW, Gasification Dec 05 - WRG as Preferred Bidder (EfW) and SRM as Reserve Bidder (MBT+AD)

4 Where We Are Now Jul 06 - revoke WRGs Preferred Bidder status due to land issues Jul 06 - re-open negotiations with SRM Updated bids received 30 November 06 Evaluation process complete 24 Jan 07 Project Board recommends SRM as Preferred Bidder WRG as Reserve

5 What Happens Next? Review Panel 09 February – public meeting Cabinet 05 March – public meeting Negotiations continue with SRM as Preferred Bidder SRM commence planning and permitting processes – public consultations SRM awarded contract

6 Thank you for listening Ian Monson - County Councillor and Cabinet Member for Waste Management and the Environment

7 The Way Ahead for Norfolk – a Local Response to Global Issues Joel Hull - Project Manager NAIL2 Meeting 29 January 2007

8 Landfill Directive Targets Landfill allowance for biodegradable municipal waste (BMW): 75% of 1995 quantities % of 1995 quantities % of 1995 quantities Allowances in intermediate years under the Landfill Allowance Trading Scheme

9 Landfill Allowances

10 The Norfolk Response Phased approach for residual waste treatment Phase 190, ,000 tpa to address 2010 targets Phase 2up to approx 200,000 tpa? to address 2013/2020 targets

11 Phase 1 Contract A for 90, ,000 tpa 67%+ recovery of value from residual waste Not technology specific No sites provided 25 year contract Plant operational 2010?

12 150k WRG SRM = NEWS, May Gurney

13 150k WRG SRM = NEWS, May Gurney Caister Longwater Whitlingham Longwater Pulham Thetford Shipdham

14 150k WRG SRM = NEWS, May Gurney Caister Longwater Whitlingham Longwater Pulham Thetford Shipdham landfill

15 150k WRG SRM = NEWS, May Gurney Caister Longwater Whitlingham Longwater Pulham Thetford Shipdham landfill M MRF

16 150k WRG SRM = NEWS, May Gurney Caister Longwater Whitlingham Longwater Pulham Thetford Shipdham landfill M MRF recyclables No RDF

17 150k WRG SRM = NEWS, May Gurney Caister Longwater Whitlingham Longwater Pulham Thetford Shipdham landfill M MRF recyclables EfW AD No RDF

18 150k WRG SRM = NEWS, May Gurney Caister Longwater Whitlingham Longwater Pulham Thetford Shipdham landfill M MRF recyclables EfW AD No RDF recyclables gas steam

19 150k WRG SRM = NEWS, May Gurney Caister Longwater Whitlingham Longwater Pulham Thetford Shipdham landfill M MRF recyclables EfW AD No RDF recyclables gas steam MWe=£ ROCS? ROCS

20 150k WRG SRM = NEWS, May Gurney Caister Longwater Whitlingham Longwater Pulham Thetford Shipdham landfill M MRF recyclables EfW AD No RDF recyclables gas steam MWe=£ ROCS? ROCS B heat

21 150k WRG SRM = NEWS, May Gurney Caister Longwater Whitlingham Longwater Pulham Thetford Shipdham landfill M MRF recyclables EfW AD No RDF recyclables gas steam MWe=£ ROCS? ROCS B heat Stabilized material bottom ash fly ash

22 150k WRG SRM = NEWS, May Gurney Caister Longwater Whitlingham Longwater Pulham Thetford Shipdham landfill M MRF recyclables EfW AD No RDF recyclables gas steam MWe=£ ROCS? ROCS B heat Stabilized material bottom ash fly ash Hazardous landfill Landfill BMW Quarry

23 Evaluation Process and Outcome Exhaustive! What – Technical, Planning and Regulatory, Integration with WCAs, Environmental Performance, Partnership Working, Property Issues, Economic Standing, Legal and Contractual, Overall Integrity, Risk Adjusted Cost, Affordability, Best Value Who – officers of the County Council, Collection Authorities, with Technical, Legal, Insurance and Financial Advisors SRM as clear lead

24 Thank you for listening Joel Hull - Project Manager Telephone no:

25 Norfolk County Council Residual Waste Treatment Contract A Presentation to NAIL2/Evening News 29 January 2007 Sustainable Resource Management Limited -

26 Costessey Mrf Costessey Landfill Old Norcast building Carrefour Gym Sainsbury Supermarket Land Ownership -

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28 Site Layout Plan Mechanical Separation SORDISEP Anaerobic Digestion Aerobic Composting Reception PR Office -

29 Technical Overview Advanced Mechanical Biological Treatment consisting of 3 principal stages: –Mechanical Pre-Treatment Bag opening and/or shredding Screening and grading Near-Infra-Red and electromechanical separation Pre-digestion preparation –Biological Core Treatment Gravity-fed Dry Anaerobic Digestion –Mechanical Biological Post-Treatment Gas collection, cleaning, storage and electricity generation Digestate wet separation, screening and grading In-vessel aerobic maturation composting Screening and grading -

30 Waste Flow MSW Ballistic Separator Bag SplitterShredder In-vessel Aerobic Composting Anaerobic Digestion Biogas Fe & non-Fe Separation Metals Fe & non-Fe Separation Metals - Small paper Quarry Restoration or Land Remediation Fines Coarse AD Preparation Paper Plastics Inerts Near Infra Red & Inerts Separation Dirty paper Wet Separation Sand Minerals Small plastic

31 Summary High level of Recycling27.2% High level of Recovery98.4% High LATS Diversion99.4% High LATS credit salesVery high in early years Zero burningNo RDF in revised Bid Zero-direct-to-landfillEverything is treated Compliments recyclingAdding to existing WCA NEWS activity Land availabilityNow Planning permissionBy Financial Close PPC PermitBy Financial Close Public supportWide ranging Parish Council supportCouncil resolution Low environmental impactEverything is enclosed Green energy productionFully qualifies for ROCs -

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