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Andrew Kent
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    • 1. Remade South East ZeroWISE Sustainable Construction Project 18 th November 2009 Andrew Kent Project Manager Tel:   01732 876619 Mob: 07795 951523 Email: [email_address] Web: www.remade-southeast.co.uk Pioneering new markets for waste resources
    • 2. Agenda
      • Interactive workshop focusing on construction waste management
      • Introduction to Remade South East
      • Construction waste background
      • Introduction to Site Waste Management Plans
      • ERDF ZeroWISE Construction Support for SMEs in the South East
    • 3. Construction Waste Arisings
    • 4. Construction Waste Arisings
    • 5. Construction Waste Disposal
    • 6. South East Landfill Capacity
    • 7. Construction in the South East
      • South East construction worth approx. £18bn/annum
      • 27% of all construction companies, approx. 37,000 in number, and employs 300,000 people
      • 50% new build (inc. refurbishment)
      • 50% repair and maintenance
      • More major infrastructure projects than other UK regions
        • Olympics
        • Crossrail
        • Wembley Stadium
        • QE2 Bridge at Dartford
        • Channel Tunnel
    • 8. Activity Forecast South East 2009-2013
    • 9. Waste Costs
      • Average 6 yard skip costs £150 to collect
      • The value of the material thrown away and resource cost to fill the skip = £1,200!!
      • On average, 6 tonnes of waste is produced for each house built, or
      • For every 12 houses built, one house is thrown away!!
      • For every £100,000 of build cost the contractor spends £3,500 on waste collection
    • 10. Legislation
      • Site Waste Management Plans
      • Overall objective: to reduce waste sent to landfill and fly tipping
      • Legislation set out in the Clean Neighbourhoods & Environment Act
      • Backed up by increased powers and fines for fly-tipping
      • DEFRA targeting projects over £300,000 build value
      • It will help you by detailing how to comply with relevant legislation and to identify avoidable costs
      • Regulations came into force April 2008
      • Industry uptake currently 40-45%
    • 11.
      • Nine steps to produce a SWMP:
      • 1 – Identify who is responsible
      • 2 – Identify the types and quantities of waste that will be produced
      • 3 – Identify waste management options on and off-site
      • 4 – Identify waste management sites and contractors
      • 5 – Carry out any necessary training of in-house and sub-contract staff
      • 6 – Plan for efficient materials and waste handling
      • 7 – Measure how much waste and what types of waste are produced
      • 8 – Monitor the implementation of the SWMP
      • 9 – Review how the SWMP worked at the end of the project
      • Source: DTI Guide
      Site Waste Management Plans
    • 12. Producing a SWMP www.smartwaste.co.uk
    • 13.
      • Zerowise Sustainable Construction
      • 4 work packages:
      • WP1 Site Waste Management Plans and waste audits
      • WP2 Better links between construction and waste sectors – focusing on reuse
      • WP3 Training and awareness raising
      • WP4 Publicity campaign
      Project summary
    • 14. Project summary
      • Partnership delivery across the SE (13 partners)
        • 3 subcontracted partners
      • Remade is lead partner/co-ordinator
      • Delivery will be made through four business clusters (includes development growth areas and pockets of lower economic performance).
        • Brighton and East Sussex
        • Ashford, East Kent and Thames Gateway
        • Hants and Isle of Wight
        • Oxfordshire
    • 15.
      • WP1 SWMPs and waste audits
      • 75 SWMPs
      • 75 waste audits
      • 80,000 tonnes diverted
      • 10 Case studies
      • BRE Smart Waste Plan
      • Data collection on industry
      • Change in business culture
      • Compliance with regulation
      WP1 Site Waste Management Plans
    • 16. WP2 Better links between construction and waste sectors
      • WP2 Brokering better links between the construction and waste sectors to encourage reduction, reuse and recycling of waste
      • Engage with 20 SMEs and social enterprises
      • Trials of different business models
      • Encourage economies of scale
      • Developing Re-use networks
      • 8 end markets for construction waste materials
      • Additional 20,000 tonnes diverted
      • 5 case studies
    • 17. WP3 Training and awareness raising
      • WP3 Training and awareness raising:
      • Open to companies across the whole SE region
      • 60 specialised training sessions will be carried out
      • 500 trainees (from 250 SMEs) from construction and waste sectors
      • Training will be delivered as follows:
      • 22 SWMP awareness events (SECBE and Olive Consultancy)
      • 10 on-site toolbox talks (Remade South East)
      • 10 SWMP training events for planners, architects and engineers (Olive Consultancy)
      • 9 training sessions on sustainable groundwork (WD Consultancy)
      • 9 training sessions on pre-demolition audits (BRE)
    • 18. WP 4 Publicity
      • WP4 Publicity
      • A publicity campaign based on raising awareness of sustainable best practice within the construction industry will be conducted . The programme will be promoted through targeted media relations activities nationally, regionally and locally.
      • Deliverables:
      • Targeted press releases
      • 5 networking events will be held in four cluster areas (total 500 delegates from 250 SMEs).
        • Brighton and Hove
        • Ashford and East Kent
        • Hants and Isle of Wight
        • Oxfordshire
    • 19. For more information please contact: Andrew Kent Project Manager Tel:   01732 876619 Mob: 07795 951523 Email: [email_address] Web: www.remade-southeast.co.uk Pioneering new markets for waste resources

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