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1 1 NSW Government Sustainability Policy Waste Reduction & Purchasing Policy WRAPP REPORTING 2009

2 2 Introductions Darren Bragg Manager Government Programs Yianni Mentis Manager Strategy and Analysis Peter Salier Senior Project Officer Peter Butler Project Officer Venue Details & Emergency Procedures

3 3 Agenda - 9:30- Overview of WRAPP - 9:45- NSW Government Sustainability Policy - 10:00- WRAPP Whole-of-Government Progress - 10:30- WRAPP Guidelines for :00- Discussion & Questions Networking & Refreshments

4 4 Overview of WRAPP

5 5 Department of Environment & Climate Change DEC formed in 2003 and became DECC in 2007 Responsible for: - Sustainable energy, water and waste programs, - Environmental protection & regulation, - Catchment management, - Native vegetation and threatened species, - Royal Botanic Gardens, - National Parks Sustainability Programs Division (SPD) includes administration of the NSW Government Sustainability Policy and the WRAPP

6 6 What is WRAPP? State government response to waste management NSW government agencies leading by example Requires each agency to develop and implement a WRAPP Action Plan for waste minimisation, recycling and sustainable purchasing. WRAPP now part of the NSW Government Sustainability Policy

7 7 WRAPP Was created by Premiers Memorandum 97/20 Applies to all agencies, departments and state owned corporations. Only large agencies (>200 staff) have to provide biennial reports Is a straightforward first step in environmental sustainability Empowers agency environmentalists

8 8 WRAPP requires each agency to: Become a model waste manager Avoid the generation of waste Separate and recover resources for re-use and recycling Purchase recycled content and low-waste products Report on progress biennially to DECC (large agencies only)

9 9 Target materials for reporting Reduction, recovery and recycling of: - Paper - Office products (toners and computers) - Co-mingled containers (offices and public places) - Packaging - Vegetation waste - Construction and demolition waste

10 10 Target materials for reporting Purchasing recycled content: - Paper - Office products - Landscaping materials - Construction materials Purchasing Energy and Water efficient appliances (Budget Dependant Agencies only)

11 11 NSW Sustainability Policy Yianni Mentis

12 12 NSW Government – taking action in its own operations NSW Government Sustainability Policy Premiers Memorandum 2008/28 Commitments – announced by former Premier in May NSW Government to be carbon neutral by Sustainability Policy for NSW Government agencies – combining policies for energy, water, waste, purchasing and fleet A minimum of 85% of all copy paper purchased by NSW Government in 2014 to contain recycled content Agencies, from the commencement of the 2008/09 financial year, to specify inclusion of at least one recycled content option as part of each publication quote sought.

13 13 NSW Sustainability Policy Strategies to address office buildings, health facilities, educational facilities, fleet, waste/procurement Energy and water targets - Statewide target to return greenhouse emissions from building energy to 2000 levels by Statewide target to reduce potable water by 15% by 2010/11 - Agencies to continue to purchase 6% GreenPower (except Area Health Services) - Purchase 4-star energy and water efficient appliances, where available - Meet performance ratings for office buildings Streamlines reporting More information:

14 14 WRAPP Whole of Government Progress Report 2008 Peter Butler

15 15 Whole-of-government progress Large agencies report every two years in a WRAPP report Agencies report progress in Annual Reports (Large agencies annually, small agencies every 3 years) DECC Reports whole of government progress in a Progress Report and a summary in the State of the Environment Report.

16 16 Recycling of waste paper The amount of waste paper recovered for recycling has increased from: - 7,500 tonnes a year in 2001 to - 12,500 tonnes in 2007

17 17 Toner cartridge & computer recycling Total number of used toner cartridges fell from 114,000 in 2005 to 107,000 in 2007 Total number of computers disposed increased by 50% from 64,000 in 2005 to 96,000 in 2007 while the amount recycled increased from 70 to 92%

18 18 Construction & demolition and vegetation recycling

19 19 Recycled content copy paper The amount of recycled content office paper purchased has remained steady at 45% (44% in 2005) Overall consumption of copy paper has increased by 25% since 2005

20 20 Recycled content publications & toner cartridges Purchases have remained fairly steady since 2001 at around: 1.5 million reams of printing & publications 140,000 toner cartridges

21 21 Recycled content construction & landscaping products Most significant purchases of recycled content in 2007 were: 130,000 tonnes of concrete 355,000 tonnes of asphalt 1,300,000 tonnes of fill/VENM 159,000 tonnes of landscaping material

22 22 Individual agencies Department of Community Services Reviewed their WRAPP Plan in 2005 and set up an environmental marketing plan to inform staff. - Increased recycled content copy paper purchased from 34% in % in Increased RC toners from 0 in % in % increase in paper recycled

23 23 Individual agencies Department of Corrective Services Glen Innes Correctional Centre - Operate a sawmill to employ inmates. Sawmill waste made into composts and mulches and sold. - Green waste and shredded paper processed by worm farms; worms and castings sold. - Other recyclable products separated and donated to local sheltered workshop. - Annual savings of $19,000, sales of $48,000 expected to increase to $150,000 by 2009, diverting 260 tonnes a year from landfill

24 24 Individual agencies Sydney Cricket & Sports Ground Trust Recycling at Live Earth Concert All food and beverage packaging 100% recyclable - Communication strategy to staff, contractors and audience - 51% of all waste recycled, preventing 5 tonnes of CO 2 emissions, saving 149,000 litres of water and saving SCGT over $1000 in disposal costs. More case studies in the 2008 Progress Report

25 25 Future Directions Integration of website into DECC site New guides and directories Government contracts: - Waste, recycling and secure destruction - Office supplies Integration with other environmental reporting (energy and water and fleet under NSW Government Sustainability Policy) Review of WRAPP

26 WRAPP Reporting Guidelines 2009 Peter Salier

27 27 WRAPP Reporting Progress against your agencys WRAPP Plan Key result areas and strategies Data for waste, recycling & purchasing Standardised categories and measurement Total figures over 12 month period (can extrapolate) Include data from contractors Suppliers can assist with data Sign off by department head Reports due to DECC by 31 August 2009

28 28 WRAPP Guidelines Whats New Government Red Tape Review Consistent with 2007 reporting requirements One new reporting category: - Water and Energy Efficient appliances Target for recycled content copy paper for 2014 Requirement of recycled content option for publication quotes (2008/09 onwards)

29 29 WRAPP 2009 Guidelines – Part A - Department details - WRAPP contact - Report scope Entities Locations Exceptions - Sign off by department head

30 30 WRAPP Guidelines 2009 – Part B WRAPP strategies – The Key Result Areas - WRAPP in plans and policies - Current WRAPP plan - WRAPP in purchasing contracts - Waste avoidance and recycling - Increasing the range of recycled content products purchased - Staff awareness - Future Actions

31 31 NATIONAL PACKAGING COVENANT (NPC) NSW government obligations under the NPC detailed in an Action Plan Requirement to report on recycling systems in public places managed by the NSW government Systems in place, number of bins, tonnes if known

32 32 PUBLIC PLACE RECYCLING Any place that the public is entitled to use and is open to the public. Examples relevant to WRAPP include: - national parks - historic houses - railway stations - sporting venues. Also included are agencies with: - substantial lands (e.g. Catchment Authorities), - high visitation public buildings (e.g. Museum & Art Gallery) and - places that involve use by large numbers of people (e.g. Opera House). Does not include customer areas, office reception, foyers and the like.

33 33 WRAPP Guidelines 2009 – Part C Waste & Recycling Data - Paper, Co-mingled Containers and Office Products - Vegetation, Construction & Demolition Materials

34 34 Collecting Waste Data Waste Generated – The total (combined amount) sent to landfill and the amount recycled Waste Recycled – the total amount re-used (e.g. computers donated to community groups) and recycled (e.g. paper to VISY)

35 35 Collecting Waste Data Waste Audit – highly accurate for set period of time; provides generated and recycled figures; extrapolate for 12 months Waste Assessment/ Visual Inspection – short period of time; gives indication of amount generated; amount recycled based on collection (No. of bins, VISY data); contamination; extrapolate for 12 months

36 36 MaterialQuantity A4 & A3 White Paper and all Other Office Paper Tonnes Co-mingled ContainersTonnes CardboardTonnes Used Toner CartridgesCartridges Computer Processing Units (CPUs) No. of units Computer MonitorsNo. of units Other (Please Specify)Tonnes/or specify Waste Data- Paper and Office Products

37 37 WRAPP Guidelines 2009 Guidelines p15

38 38 MaterialQuantity Vegetation WasteTonnes ConcreteTonnes Fill / Virgin Excavated Natural Material (VENM) Tonnes AsphaltTonnes TimberTonnes Bricks and Roof TilesTonnes GlassTonnes PlasterboardTonnes SteelTonnes Non-ferrous MetalTonnes Other (please specify)Tonnes Waste Data - Vegetation, Construction and Demolition

39 39 WRAPP Guidelines 2009 Guidelines p16

40 40 WRAPP Guidelines 2009 – Part D Purchasing data - Paper and Office Products - Landscaping and Construction Materials - Energy and Water Efficient Appliances

41 41 MaterialQuantity A4 White Paper (inc. letterhead)Reams A3 White PaperReams Printing and Publications Paper*Reams Toner CartridgesCartridges Purchasing Data - Paper and Office Products * A4 Equivalent

42 42 WRAPP Guidelines 2009 Guidelines p17

43 43 MaterialQuantity Landscaping MaterialsTonnes ConcreteTonnes Fill / Virgin Excavated Natural MaterialTonnes AsphaltTonnes AggregatesTonnes TimberTonnes SandTonnes Bricks and Roof TilesTonnes Other (please specify)Tonnes/Specify Purchasing Data – Landscaping and Construction Materials

44 44 WRAPP Guidelines 2009 Guidelines p18

45 45 Purchasing - Appliances Under the NSW Government Sustainability Policy, Budget Dependant agencies are required to purchase Energy and Water efficient appliances where relevant, available and fit for purpose Other agencies are also encouraged to adopt these principles and complete this section

46 46 WRAPP Guidelines 2009 Guidelines p19

47 47 WRAPP Guidelines 2009 – Agency Checklists Highlights the importance of good data Ensure data from contractors is included Improving data collection systems Ensures completion of report Sign off

48 48 WRAPP Reporting Format Provide data in tables Strategies/Key Result Areas: - at minimum - check boxes, - great if you can provide more Provide information on special initiatives: - good news stories, case studies - updates to Plans

49 49 WRAPP Report 2009 Summary Key Actions Review progress against your WRAPP plan Conduct a waste audit or assessment Collect purchasing and waste data Identify potential case studies

50 50 Continuous improvement Review Continuous improvement Plan Implement Monitor Inform Review your agencys operations to identify major activities and wastes Prepare a Plan that sets out your goals and the strategies to achieve them Implement the Plan through a set of clear actions Progress is monitored and data collected Stakeholders both inside and outside the agency are informed about the Plan and your agencys progress

51 51 Feedback and Reporting Progress Sustainability report Annual report Staff newsletters Intranet and internet Briefings to Minister

52 52 DECC Reporting Whole of Government Progress Report - Minister - Advice to CEOs State of the Environment Report Support to agencies

53 53 WRAPP Progress Report 2009 Send WRAPP reports to: Mr Bernard Carlon Divisional Director Sustainability Programs Division Department of Environment and Climate Change PO Box 644 Parramatta NSW 2124 Reports due to DECC by 31 August 2009

54 54 Ongoing Support Peter Butler - Tel: Peter Salier - Tel: Darren Bragg – Tel: Website:

55 55 Any questions or feedback?


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