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  • 1. >> Focus on environment
    Development in waste management
    Lessons learned in the Netherlands
    Herman Huisman
    ONEIA, Ontario,
    August 25th 2011
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    Contents
    • Dutch Performance in waste management
    • 3. Elements of waste policy
    • 4. Examples of progress made in last 20 years
    • 5. From waste management to resource management
    • 6. Outstanding Dutch suppliers
    • 7. Netherlands Waste Management Partnership
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    The Netherlands
    16,5 million Inhabitants
    7,2 million households
    12 provinces
    417 Municipalities
    60,4 million tons waste
    9,2 million tons Household waste
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    Waste management development stages and scale of government
    EU International
    market
    Scale
    Of
    government
    Inter-Regional
    Planning, WMC
    Provincial scale
    concessions
    Local issue
    Municipal scale
    1975
    2005
    1990
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    Recovery and disposal rates for MSW in 2008
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    Goals of revised National waste management plan 2
    • Decoupling between GDP and waste quantity: total waste quantity may not exceed 69 MT in 2015 and 73 MT in 2021
    • 11. Waste recycling total 85 % in 2015;
    • 12. Household waste recycling from 51% (2006) to 60 % (2015)
    • 13. Commercial waste recycling to 60 % (2015)
    • 14. CDW recycling 95% and Industrial waste (recovery 90% of which at least 85% recycling)
    • 15. Optimize energy recovery from residual waste
    • 16. Limit quantity of waste to be disposed (no combustible waste land filled 2010)
    • 17. Achieving Level Playing Field in EU (promoting market forces, encouraging innovation)
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    Elements of waste policy
    • Waste hierarchy: prevention, re-use, material recycling, energy-recovery, incineration, land filling
    • 19. Economic instruments to steer the waste to the preferred treatment
    • 20. Stringent standards for disposal and recycling: decrees on landfill and incineration, standards for building materials, organic fertilizers, ban on landfill
    • 21. Planning at National level: from separate panning systems for hazardous and non-hazardous waste towards one integral national waste plan
    • 22. Cooperation between 3 levels of government: municipal, regional and national
    • 23. Education and communication to create awareness and enhance participation with separate collection schemes
    • 24. Producers responsibility: legal as well as non legal systems for car tyres, batteries, Weee, ELV, packaging
    • 25. Notification and registration of waste transports: from separate to one integral system of registration and notification of waste transports
    • 26. Control and enforcement
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    Hybride responsibility (differs)
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    Common Dutch CollectionScheme
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    Waste Hierarchy?
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    Moving towards recycling
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    WhyChainapproach?
    Successful sectoral waste policy has brought many benefits, and is still necessary, but
    (*) limitations of present policies are becoming clear, few gains to reach in traditional waste policy in the Netherlands
    (*) environmental impact generated by current EU/NL patterns of resource use is too high (ecological footprint)
    (*) scarcity in itself has become evident, while we still face an increasing demand for materials (in developed and developing countries)
    (*) shift from waste to materials and supply chains
    • Chances for innovatie, business-cases, new coalitions
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    The choice is (y)ours
    • Traditional waste management solutions need to be applied to the full extend for separate collection and recycling worldwide
    • 32. Traditional waste management alone can not solve the challenges we are facing regarding resource use and material & energy scarcity
    • 33. We need to optimize material use and dematerialize our consumption
    • 34. It is necessary to act on many levels and with many partners.
    • 35. The question is not which instruments to apply, but how to apply and combine the available instrument.
    • 36. Most important now is to raise awareness for the necessity of action and to create the right environment for these instruments to be applied
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    Some Dutch suppliers of environmental equipment and advice in waste management
    • Separation/sorting: Stibbe management Cluster Environment: Boa Enschede, Nihot Amsterdam, VanderBroek thermal processes; Machinefabriek Emmen, Bollegraaf Appingedam; Goudsmit, Bakker (magnets), Orlako (identificatiesystems), Redox
    • 38. Composting/digestion: Gicom tunnels; Orgaworld: Pacom, Biocel, Maris-projects,
    • 39. Containers/collection vehicles: Translift, Engels, Sidcon, Geesink, vanSchijndel (icm DAF), Terberg, VanderMolen (weighing), Bammens (underground systems) Spiro (walking floors)
    • 40. Land filling: trisoplast (GID Environmental techniques); Afvalzorg (remediation dumpsites)
    • 41. EPR: ARN (Car recycling Netherlands), NVMP (E-waste), Nedvang (packaging); Stibat (batteries)
    • 42. ICT: GMT (clear), NMPO (vista)
    • 43. Consultancy: Grontmij, Royal Haskoning, Arcadis, DHV, Tauw, Tebodin, Witteveen&Bos; Kema
    • 44. Contact: www.NWMP.nl
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    Netherlands Waste Management Partnership
    • NWMP is a partnership of producers of equipment, of consultancies and operators and government
    • 45. NWMP is aimed at Public Private Cooperation for international business
    • 46. NWMP-members can offer solutions for a large variety of problems. The Netherlands is, with respect to waste management, a frontrunner in the European Union and the world.
    • 47. In the Netherlands less than 5% of all the waste is land filled; over 83% is recycled and recovered, 12% Waste to Energy
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    Thank you for listening!
    Any Questions?
    www.agentschapnl.nl www.uitvoeringafvalbeheer.nl
    herman.huisman@agentschapnl.nl
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    Targets in EU legislation
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    Capacity, ownership and tariffs waste processing
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    Number of land fills and yearly amount of waste land filled in the Netherlands
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