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1 MAV Environment Conference 2014 Stan Krpan CEO Sustainability Victoria Waste management, recycling and resource efficiency update

2 Integrated Waste Management Resource Efficiency

3 LGAS - Diversion rate, Victoria to 2011–12 Waste generation and diversion Total Waste Generation (per capita)

4 SV’s role

5 SV’s review and strategic framework

6 SV’s Journey Victorian Auditor General’s Office SV Review SV2015 Getting Full Value Ministerial Advisory Committee

7 SV’s priorities

8 Planning for Victoria’s infrastructure needs

9 Consultation and feedback

10 Total Victorian Government funding $34.67 million InitiativeFundingPaid out/contracted Regional Organics Support Package & Regional Waste Management Group Support Package $5.5m$2.79m Driving investment for New Recycling (DINR) & Resource Recovery Infrastructure Program $11.5m$4.4m Melbourne Metropolitan Organics Plan$3.3m$1.1m Building Victoria's Organics Recovery Fund$500K Transition Support to Improve Rural Landfill Infrastructure $3.87m$3.7m Smarter Resources, Smarter Business$10m$2.97m

11 Grampians $960, projects Loddon Mallee $1.2 million 19 projects Gippsland $1 million 18 projects Barwon South West $1.8 million 20 projects Hume $2.7 million 25 projects Metro $3.2 million 72 projects Victoria Wide $1.8 million 21 projects SV’s funding spend

12 Polymer Processors - Mordialloc

13 Transfer station upgrades and landfill

14 “Sustainability is not a fad nor a fringe issue. It’s a way for business to lower costs and be resilient against long- term challenges like climate change and rising energy and resource costs... Victorian businesses need to do “more from less”. In essence, tomorrow starts today. We must act now to ensure businesses are competitive in the future.” (Industry Sustainability Working Committee 2014) Smarter Resources Smarter Business

15 ACHIEVEMENTS Yield improvement of 0.5% 12% reduction in waste $100,000 plus p.a. savings Dennison Food Manufacturing Energy efficiency: Upgrades or replacement of refrigeration equipment Reduction of compressed air leakage Materials efficiency: Control systems Improved product design that reduces materials use

16 Smarter Resources Smarter Business – Energy Efficient Office Buildings 500 Bourke Street 500 Collins Street

17 Other SV program outcomes $815K for 22 Public Place Recycling projects in 2013 Local Litter Measurement Toolkit + training Best Practice Guide for Managing Litter and Illegal Dumping at Clothing Bins Litter Prevention Toolkit KABV programs – Tidy Towns and Sustainable Cities Awards, Stationeers and Adopt a Roadside volunteer programs

18 Waste and resource recovery governance reform

19 Waste and resource recovery governance reform 1.Statewide waste and resource recovery planning framework 2.Statewide market development strategy 3.Statewide investment strategy (including infrastructure funding) 4.Joint procurement and business support for WRRGs and councils 5.Statewide data management governance framework 6.Statewide business and community education strategy

20 What’s next? Victorian Organics Strategy Support for transfer station upgrades Support for landfill closures/new transfer stations Household recycling

21 Questions?


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