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1 ENVITECH-NET Forum Thematic Session 2 Challenges of the Waste Directive Increasing recycling rates through waste management integration via the concept of Sustainable Growth Parks Gill Tatum, CEO Urban Mines

2 State of the art : Sustainable Growth Park (SGP) - Urban Mines Definition A modern, clean industrial park of acres dedicated to:- Waste material collection Clustering recycling and reprocessing businesses Environmental technology, innovation & business incubation Education & training Capable of adaptation ie/ SERP (Sustainable Energy Resource Park)

3 Concept

4 The Concept: Integration, Management and added value of controlled wastes MSW (municipal) + C&I (Commercial & Industrial) + CD&E (Construction, demolition & excavation) Clustering & Co-location of facilities regaining value from wastes, or from outputs derived from waste (heat, steam energy) Concept exploits synergies between individual companies, one’s waste another’s resource Opportunities to create added value through training, education, new business development, R&D Business park focussed on environmental technologies sector, particularly (at South Kirkby UK ) waste and recycling

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6 Emerging Research to Support Development Key for investment & added value accurate baseline information on waste arisings particularly C&I & CD&E Need for good confidence levels on data sampling representative sectors and size Need for good information on existing capacity Modelling – gap analysis for feedstock verification & collection infrastructure Modelling at national and member state levels

7 Shape of the model GMFM Households Employees Basic forecast model MSW, C&I tonnages etc to 2025 Survey data C&I CD&E Tonnages by SIC, SOC & destination MSW data Tonnages Waste streams Destinations Waste by substance Substance by destination Sensitivities Waste generated: By employee By household Economic growth: On CD&E waste Capacity data

8 Drivers Sector Growth Legislation Fiscal Stimulus Landfill Tax Public Opinion Climate Change Oil Costs Energy Security Jobs Investment Skills Environment Sustainability Agenda

9 Drivers – Revised Waste Framework Directive Justification Waste Hierarchy 2015 & 2020 Targets separate collection (paper, metal, plastic & glass) 2020 CD&E 75% weight re-use, recycling or recovery MS’s every 6 yrs evaluation & adaptation of waste management plants “Can’t manage if can’t measure” Way to effectively integrate management of all waste types


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