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1 North East Commercial & Industrial Waste Arisings Survey 2010 James Horne Urban Mines Ltd

2 Urban Mines Not-for-profit environmental consultancy established 1995 Yorkshire based but work UK wide Resource management & climate change Delivered C&I Arisings surveys in North West (2006 & 2009) and Wales (2008) Delivered NE survey in partnership with Gardiner & Theobald, Newcastle

3 Background North East Sustainable Resources Board (NESRB) in partnership with RENEW ONE North East ANEC Govt Office - NE Environment Agency Tees Valley Unlimited To complement Defra’s national C&I survey

4 Need inform policy making inform PPS10 sub-regional planning requirements establish baseline for performance monitoring identify regional business opportunities understand waste movements complement existing North East waste data projects

5 Survey Methodology Based upon “Standard Stratified Random Sampling” Face-to-face and telephone interviews Target 1,000 business Data quality checked and grossed with additional data from the national survey

6 Survey Methodology What was surveyed All wastes produced on site i.e. outgoing wastes and waste disposed of on site Hazardous and non-hazardous wastes “Non-Wastes” such as blast furnace slag and virgin timber

7 Survey Methodology What was surveyed The waste management method used and destination The potential for the waste to be recycled or energy recovered

8 Survey Methodology What was NOT surveyed Agriculture, mining & quarrying, construction, waste management sectors Waste recycled or re-used on the same site it was produced Waste sent to waste water or effluent treatment on site Micro-companies (ie. 1-4 employees)

9 Delivery Statistics Recruitment: 3,900 business contacted; 63 already taken part in national survey 1,036 businesses surveyed, 357 by telephone, 679 by survey visit Data appended from Defra survey 276 businesses Final dataset 8,020 individual data lines from 1,112 businesses

10 Survey Locations

11 Source of Data

12 Results 2.2 million tonnes/annum

13 Results 2.2 million tonnes/annum 7.1m tpa Northwest of England 48m tpa whole of England

14 Waste Arisings by Sector Sector Group Company Size (Number of employees) 1-45-910-1920-4950-99100-249250+Total Food, drink and tobacco1825351,86716,19813,88772,27429,725134,668 Textiles/wood/paper/publishing5,3994,28712,9373,3618,90756,963107,261199,115 Power & utilities1,2351,9221,89113,23711,912137,1943,996171,388 Chemical/non-metallic minerals manufacturing2,4173,1381,845115,44424,319163,03628,476338,675 Metal manufacturing1,6061,3949,70422,2727,70327,187137,319207,185 Machinery and equipment (other manufacturing)2,2872,3554,82214,04814,07224,82142,661105,066 Retail and wholesale39,60447,54965,97153,59838,32831,70847,066323,823 Hotels and catering12,85224,58134,42135,39022,5123,701622134,080 Public administration and social work4,9529,74611,34534,16618,54332,82124,562136,134 Education6648216,24119,36012,74643,11211,67194,616 Transport and storage3,3702,0047,3394,9739,81642,04116,88186,423 Other services45,03931,12041,27345,84232,68722,04627,408245,414 Total119,606129,453199,656377,889215,432656,905477,6462,176,587

15 Waste Arisings by Sector Food, drink and tobacco 134,6686% Textiles/wood/paper/publishing 199,1159% Power & Utilities 171,3888% Chemical/non-metallic minerals manufacturing 338,67516% Metal manufacturing 207,18510% Machinery and equipment (other manufacturing) 105,0665% Retail and wholesale 323,82315% Public administration and social work 136,1346% Education 94,6164% Hotels and catering 134,0806% Transport and storage 86,4234% Other services 245,41411% Total (tonnes/annum) 2,176,587

16 Waste Arisings by Sector Food, drink and tobacco 134,6686% Textiles/wood/paper/publishing 199,1159% Power & Utilities 171,3888% Chemical/non-metallic minerals manufacturing 338,67516% Metal manufacturing 207,18510% Machinery and equipment (other manufacturing) 105,0665% Retail and wholesale 323,82315% Public administration and social work 136,1346% Education 94,6164% Hotels and catering 134,0806% Transport and storage 86,4234% Other services 245,41411% Total (tonnes/annum) 2,176,587

17 Waste Arisings by Sector NENWEngland Food, drink and tobacco6%9%10% Textiles/wood/paper/publishing9% 7% Power & Utilities8%6%12% Chemical/non-metallic minerals manufacturing16%8% Metal manufacturing10%6%9% Machinery and equipment (other manufacturing)5%7%5% Retail and wholesale15%25%19% Public administration and social work6% 10% 6% Education4%3% Hotels and catering6% 20% 6% Transport and storage4%5% Other services11%

18 By Waste Type Animal & Vegetal Wastes 99,4465% Chemical Wastes 431,36320% Common Sludges 47,6012% Discarded Equipment 24,3751% Health Care Wastes 29,9101% Metallic Wastes 183,3828% Mineral Wastes 214,50010% Mixed (Ordinary) Waste 705,88932% Non-metallic Wastes 439,89020% Non-Wastes 2320.01% Total (tonnes/annum) 2,176,588

19 By Waste Type Animal & Vegetal Wastes 99,4465% Chemical Wastes 431,36320% Common Sludges 47,6012% Discarded Equipment 24,3751% Health Care Wastes 29,9101% Metallic Wastes 183,3828% Mineral Wastes 214,50010% Mixed (Ordinary) Waste 705,88932% Non-metallic Wastes 439,89020% Non-Wastes 2320.01% Total (tonnes/annum) 2,176,588

20 By Waste Type NENWEngland Animal & Vegetal Wastes5%8% Chemical Wastes20%8%11% Common Sludges2% Discarded Equipment1% 2% Health Care Wastes1%2%4% Metallic Wastes8%9%5% Mineral Wastes10%9%19% Mixed (Ordinary) Waste32%28%26% Non-metallic Wastes20%33%24% Non-Wastes0.01%0.1%0.01%

21 By Waste Management Type Composting 68,5483% Energy from Waste 149,9357% Incineration 28,3531% Land Recovery 117,5545% Landfill 745,86434% Recycling 778,68036% Reuse 72,0083% Transfer Station 2,4990.1% Treatment Plant 65,5083% Waste Water Treatmentn/a Unknown 146,6397% Total (tonnes/annum) 2,175,588

22 By Waste Management Type Composting 68,5483% Energy from Waste 149,9357% Incineration 28,3531% Land Recovery 117,5545% Landfill 745,86434% Recycling 778,68036% Reuse 72,0083% Transfer Station 2,4990.1% Treatment Plant 65,5083% Waste Water Treatmentn/a Unknown 146,6397% Total (tonnes/annum) 2,175,588

23 By Waste Management Type NENWEngland Composting3%1% Energy from Waste7%1%2% Incineration1% 4% Land Recovery5%7%5% Landfill34%20%23% Recycling36%60%48% Reuse3%n/a3% Transfer Station0.1%2% Treatment Plant3%2%5% Waste Water Treatmentn/a1%n/a Unknown7%5%8%

24 Potential to Recycle – Landfilled Wastes

25 Potential to Recover – Landfilled Wastes

26 Waste Destination (UM data only)

27 Waste Type by Sector

28 Waste Treatment by Sector

29 Waste Treatment by Waste Type

30 Data Application? Needs Assessment: Forecast waste arisings against waste management facility capacities Feedstock Availability Forecasts: Modelling arisings catchment area of proposed waste facility

31 Forecasting Capacities

32 Report Report available at: http://nesrb.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/NE-Survey- 2010-Final-Report.pdf www.nesrb.org.uk click on ‘Board Projects’www.nesrb.org.uk

33 James Horne Market Development Manager, Urban Mines Ltd 01274 699400 James.horne@urbanmines.org.uk www.urbanmines.org.uk


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