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October 22, 2009The Upside of Waste Management NEIA Workshop Central Newfoundland Waste Management Facilities BAE Newplan Group Ltd. Wayne Manuel P.Eng.

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1 October 22, 2009The Upside of Waste Management NEIA Workshop Central Newfoundland Waste Management Facilities BAE Newplan Group Ltd. Wayne Manuel P.Eng.

2 October 22, 2009The Upside of Waste Management NEIA Workshop  Divert 50% of materials going to disposal by 2015  Reduce number of waste disposal site by 80%  Eliminate open burning at disposal sites by 2012 and phase out the use of incinerators by 2008;  Phase out use of unlined landfill site by 2020;  Full province wide modern waste management by Government of Newfoundland & Labrador Waste Management Strategy – May 2007

3 October 22, 2009The Upside of Waste Management NEIA Workshop  Source separation  Collection  Local waste management facilities (LWMF)  Material Recovery Facility (MRF)  Compost facility  Construction & Demolition Debris facility  Household Hazardous Waste facility  Second generation Landfill (lined landfill) Key Components of Waste Management

4 October 22, 2009The Upside of Waste Management NEIA Workshop Central Newfoundland Service Area 50 – Towns, 38 – LSD’s, 19 – Unincorporated Areas

5 October 22, 2009The Upside of Waste Management NEIA Workshop Projected Annual Generation of Waste Type of Community PopulationWaste Generation (tonnes/year) ResidentialIC&I Urban22,9917,16113,884 Rural52,56418,2056,734 Total75,55525,36620,618

6 October 22, 2009The Upside of Waste Management NEIA Workshop  efficient single-pass collection (lower collection costs)  the production of compost;  the stabilization of Wet waste residue;  the inability to hide unacceptable wastes (e.g. HHW, yard waste) in transparent bags.  compost carts not required  less education of the public required (sorting is simpler )  control of recovery rates occurs at the facility instead of in the home or curb, providing the flexibility to respond to market demands Advantages Source Separation – Two Bag (wet/dry)

7 October 22, 2009The Upside of Waste Management NEIA Workshop Buchan’s Junction Point Leamington New World Island Fogo Island Gander Bay Indian Bay Terra Nova Regional Site Local Waste Management Facilities

8 October 22, 2009The Upside of Waste Management NEIA Workshop Local Waste Management Facilities

9 October 22, 2009The Upside of Waste Management NEIA Workshop Typical LWMF

10 October 22, 2009The Upside of Waste Management NEIA Workshop Regional Site

11 October 22, 2009The Upside of Waste Management NEIA Workshop Weight Scales

12 October 22, 2009The Upside of Waste Management NEIA Workshop Public Drop Off

13 October 22, 2009The Upside of Waste Management NEIA Workshop Typical MRF

14 October 22, 2009The Upside of Waste Management NEIA Workshop Semi-automatic MRF

15 October 22, 2009The Upside of Waste Management NEIA Workshop MRF Products

16 October 22, 2009The Upside of Waste Management NEIA Workshop Typical Compost Facility

17 October 22, 2009The Upside of Waste Management NEIA Workshop First Stage Composting in-vessel

18 October 22, 2009The Upside of Waste Management NEIA Workshop Second Stage Curing

19 October 22, 2009The Upside of Waste Management NEIA Workshop C&D Storage

20 October 22, 2009The Upside of Waste Management NEIA Workshop Household Hazardous Wastes One central HHW depot and a HHW depot at each LWMF

21 October 22, 2009The Upside of Waste Management NEIA Workshop HHW Typical Facility

22 October 22, 2009The Upside of Waste Management NEIA Workshop Staffing Requirements Regional Waste Management Facility Manager Administration (2) Equipment Forman Scale House Operators (2) Site Supervisors – Landfill (2) Process Supervisor – Compost Process Supervisor – Dry recyclables Equipment Operators (4) Laborers (30 full time, 20 part-time) Security (2) LWMF One Part Time Employee at Each Facility

23 October 22, 2009The Upside of Waste Management NEIA Workshop Tipping Fee

24 October 22, 2009The Upside of Waste Management NEIA Workshop Existing Disposal Sites Closeout Costs  42 Existing Sites  $215,000 Average Closeout Cost Per Site  Gander is Largest Site at a Cost of $1,990,000  $9,000,00 Total Closeout Costs

25 October 22, 2009The Upside of Waste Management NEIA Workshop Business Opportunities Before the curb –Back yard composting systems –Green depot diversion –Wet & Dry Bags –Printed material for house holds, ie flyers, news letters, fridge magnets

26 October 22, 2009The Upside of Waste Management NEIA Workshop At the Curb Curb side Collection –Municipalities responsible for collection or CRSB will do if requested –Preferred option is to contract out –Because of longer distances to LWMF or Regional Site larger trucks will be required –Two stream collection so split stream trucks required –IC&I wastes will generally not be collected by Municipalities –Bulk and C&D wastes will not be collected with regular household wastes Opportunities –Supply of collection trucks –Collection for residents and bussiness –Special collection services for bulk items and C&D materials

27 October 22, 2009The Upside of Waste Management NEIA Workshop At the LWMF Snow clearing Data and communication services Scale maintenance HHW disposal Metals recycling Wood waste recycling C&D material recycling Transporting waste to Regional Site

28 October 22, 2009The Upside of Waste Management NEIA Workshop At the Regional Site Provision of fuel, power, data and communications, office supplies Provision and repair of heavy equipment Scale maintenance ODS removal from White Goods Recycling of metals, wood and other C&D materials Operation of MRF and Compost facilities (CRSB will own facilities however are open to contracting out operations)

29 October 22, 2009The Upside of Waste Management NEIA Workshop At the Regional Site Construction of new landfill cells (3-5 yrs) Closeout of old landfill cells (3-5 yrs) Environmental monitoring and testing Provision of software & support for automated scales and invoicing Maintenance of MRF and Compost equipment Contracted labour for staffing

30 October 22, 2009The Upside of Waste Management NEIA Workshop Questions


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