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JOHANNESBURG CITY PARKS & ZOO GREEN WASTE INNOVATION Presenter: Bukelwa Njingolo Designation: Chief Operations Officer Date: 24 March 2015.

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1 JOHANNESBURG CITY PARKS & ZOO GREEN WASTE INNOVATION Presenter: Bukelwa Njingolo Designation: Chief Operations Officer Date: 24 March 2015

2 TABLE OF CONTENTS 1.Strategic Alignment 2.Waste Minimisation 3.JCPZ Sources of Organic Waste 4.Organic Waste Based Programmes 5.Partnerships 6.Job Creation & Co-Ops Programme 7.Zoo Composting & Recycling 8.Ecological Waste 9.Opportunities 10.Waste-to-Fuel Productions 11.Outputs & Usage 12.Wayfoward 13.Closure

3 GDS 2040 ALIGNMENT 3

4 WASTE MINIMISATION Re-use (bark chips) Waste prevention (grass farming) Recycle (organic fertiliser) Energy (biofuel production) Total Eradication of Disposable Green Waste

5 JCPZ SOURCES OF ORGANIC WASTE  Animal waste from the Zoo  Green waste from horticulture maintenance  Green waste from ecological maintenance  Food waste (animals and staff)

6 ORGANIC WASTE BASED PROGRAMMES ProgramProjectQuantitySourceComments Blue economyBiogas generation (including Zoo Programme) Est tons per month JCPZ organic wastePotential of more waste from private and public entities, another bi-product is compost Blue economyMushroom farming500 tons of wood chips monthly JCPZ wasteVery minimal waste input Job creationCompost production12 membersZoo animal food and waste Job creation through EPWP Co-ops developmentCompost production2 Co-opsJCPZ organic wasteCo-ops developed maintenance 1100 tons per month on high seasons JCPZ operationsCollecting and transportation of green waste to biogas site SME developmentAlien plant control1000 tons a monthJHB vegetationAlien plant maintenance and waste transportation

7 PARTNERSHIPS  Partnerships with COJ departments: EISD: Research, policy support, climate change response (incl. separation at source) PikitUp: technical support around composting (incl. landfills);  Partnership with Cape Advance – Consultant on Biogas  Wits University Technical Assistance on composting  Contract to supply material with Remade Recycling  (Coops and SMMEs) work packages around composting at the Zoo;  University of Johannesburg and SANEDI around Biogas production Aim to release the CafeFino grid through Buffalo dung

8 JOB CREATION & CO-OPS PROGRAMME  Animal Waste to Biofuel – Zoo CafeFino Tons produced kg p/w and kg p/m from animal enclosures Source of waste: green waste such as leaves, grass from grass cutting and herbivores waste (e.g. Lucerne,hay/teff) as well as animal faeces/waste Program on waste management: 2 Co-ops recycling through (remade) and composting at the Zoo Desired Outcome: Empower local community through job creation i.e selling of Zoo compost

9 ECOLOGICAL WASTE  Ecological Waste:  Maximum of 350 tons per month during high season  Potential of generating 1000 tons per month through alien plant control  Waste make up (reeds, grass, alien plants, hyacinth and water lilies)  Currently all waste is dumped on land fill sites

10 OPPORTUNITIES  Composting –Green Basisa Cooperative with 5 members (grass and animal poo)  Recycling – Phroma Creations Cooperative with 7 members (glass, paper plastic, globes, cartridges etc.)  Grass Farming – 400ha :Production of biofuel to contribute to City biofuel requirements (grass farming)  Woodchips - from tree cuttings for mulching (mushroom initiative)

11 WASTE-TO-FUEL PRODUCTION Brown waste Green waste

12 OUTPUTS AND USAGE Biogas (raw): Electricity, Biofuel, Cooking Biofuel: Fleet Compost and bio- fertilisers: Nursery, Parks Biogas (raw): Electricity, Biofuel, Cooking Biofuel: Fleet Compost and bio- fertilisers: Nursery, Parks 2 x COOPERATIVES (Dry & Wet Waste) Production & Transportation Processing Packaging Market & Finances 2 x COOPERATIVES (Dry & Wet Waste) Production & Transportation Processing Packaging Market & Finances

13 PICTORIALS ZOO COMPOSTING & RECYCLING

14 PICTORIALS COMPOSTING PROJECT

15 PICTORIALS RECYCLING

16 PICTORIALS HIPPO DUNG PROJECT

17 WAYFORWARD  Masterplan linked to the CoJ  JCPZ OPS Process Review  Biogas Market  Coops & SMME output for work packages  Site identification and confirmation of both plant & grass farming constraints  Compliance e.g. waste testing & treatment licences  Resources - human & financial  Business Model (Resourcing, Finance, Markets and Infrastructure)

18 THE FUTURE IS GREENER! Thank You


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