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Meerdere keren verdienen aan een product. Is dat 'too good to be true?'

Meerdere keren verdienen aan een product. Is dat 'too good to be true?'

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  • 1. Flevum Roundtable 2 november 2011
  • 2. Introductie van Gansewinkel 12% 8% Energy for Waste Collection 19% Recycling 39% 53% 69% 2011B Revenues: €1,189m 2011B EBITDA: €256mCollection Recycling Energy from Waste• Operations in Netherlands, Belgium, • Operations in Netherlands, Belgium, • Operations in Netherlands France, Poland, and the Czech Republic France, Portugal, the Czech Republic and  2 conventional EfW plants - steam/ Hungary• Collection of household and commercial electricity/ heat (locations Rozenburg and waste • Coolrec recycles >1m refrigerators and Duiven)• c.1,700 vehicles c.1.2m TVs per year  2 biomass plants (BEC /TCI) – green energy • Maltha is the leading glass recycler in• c.150,000 commercial clients and 1m Europe; recycles c. 1,000kt glass per year  1 water treatment installation households • A&G provides total waste solutions in 4  1 composting facility areas: decontamination, remediation, waste • More than 75% of Incineration waste and building materials portfolio contracted until 2019VGG waste chain volumes: c. 7 Mt ~60%1) c. 2 Mt2)1) % of tons of recycled waste, i.e. excl incinerated waste2) of which 1.5 Mt supplied by third parties and 0.5 Mt supplied by VGG Slide 2 | 2 november 2011
  • 3. Grondstoffen?Het kan niet op!! Afvalstoffen in perspectief
  • 4. 19e eeuw: hygiëneSlide 4 | 2 november 2011
  • 5. Ander afval bestond nietSlide 5 | 2 november 2011
  • 6. 20e eeuw: welvaart maakt afvalSlide 6 | 2 november 2011
  • 7. 20e eeuw: afval moet wegSlide 7 | 2 november 2011
  • 8. 20e eeuw: milieuSlide 8 | 2 november 2011
  • 9. 20e eeuw: De vervuiler betaaltSlide 9 | 2 november 2011
  • 10. 20->21e eeuw: recycling wint terrein Recycling of MSW (EU-15) Recycling of MSW (New EU member states) 53% DE 66% CZ 1% 23% BE 21% 58% 24% 46% BU NL 20% 50% NO 16% 13% 49% HU 15% 41% SE 47% EE 10% LU 15% 43% AT 28% MA 10% 43% 14% DK 32% 41% 8% 9% CY IE 13% 36% 29% NA FI SK 33% 11% 12% UK 30% 2% LT 19% 11% FR 28% 17% NA IT RO 24% 10% PT 7% 15% PL 2% 1996* 9% 1996* ES 14% 2006 6% 2006 GR 4% LI 13% 8%Slide 10 | 2 november 2011
  • 11. 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 Bouw- en sloopsectorSlide 11 | 2 november 2011 Industrie Huishoudens Handel, diensten en overheid Landbouw, bosbouw en visserij Energievoorziening Rioolwaterzuivering Verkeer en vervoer Drinkwatervoorzienin Afval in Nederland (2008, miljoen ton) g 20->21e eeuw: recycling wint terrein Verbranden Storten + lozen Nuttige toepassing
  • 12. 20->21e eeuw: recycling wint terrein EU raw materials market (2008) Production (total 100%) Total Recycling Waste collected (Mton) rate* Virgin Reused Disposal Steel 60% 40% 13% 223 76% Paper 35% 65% 25% 111 72% Plastic 92% 8% 33% 80 21% Glass 65% 35% 19% 37 65% Rubber 47% 53% 23% 5 82% Phosphate 99% N/A 3 N/A Lead 65% 35% 35% 3 50% Zinc 70% 30% 8% 2 80% Recycling share is unlikely to reach 100% as certain percentage of virgin material will always be required due to quality requirements and growth of materials in the marketSlide 12 | 2 november 2011
  • 13. 21e eeuw: nuttige toepassing, maar…. DowncyclingSlide 13 | 2 november 2011
  • 14. 21e eeuw: nuttige toepassing, maar…. Energetisch hergebruikSlide 14 | 2 november 2011
  • 15. 21e eeuw: nuttige toepassing, maar…. Raw Material Markets Years to depletion Top 3 Share of Comments producers top 3 Soda ∞ CN, US, IN NM Self-regenerating and will not run outAluminium* 161 yrs CN, RU, CA 55% Large recycling share Coal 148 yrs CN, US, IN 69% Very large supply but often difficult to minePhosphate 75 yrs CN, US, MA 75% Current scarcity specific for Europe Iron ore 64 yrs CN, AU, BR 50% Large recycling shares, polluted by non-ferros Gas 61 yrs US, RU, CA 42% Large in VGG’s home market Copper 44 yrs CL, US, PE 47% Demand kept rising during crisis Oil 43 yrs SA, RU, US 41% Energy substitutes already available Antimony 30 yrs CN, BO, SA 95% Main reliance on Chinese production Silver 29 yrs PE, MX, CN 44% Mined globally Indium 13 yrs Rare metals CN, JP, KO 78% Recovery from other base metals possibleSlide 15 | 2 november 2011
  • 16. 21e eeuw: Motivatie niet alleen milieuPrice developments Virgin materials(Index 2000=100) Inflation Economic crisis350 2009 NaturalGas 239300 Antimony 238 Ironore 225250 Coal 205 WoodChips 189200 Copper ore 187 Tin 172150 Soda 154 Aluminium ore 150 Crude oil 145100 Tungsten 141 Phosphate 13750 Rubber 130 Inflation 123 0 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 Slide 16 | 2 november 2011
  • 17. 21e eeuw: Motivatie niet alleen milieu Example: glass recycling costs Indicative 75 Virgin 55 price 5* 50 50 10 €/ton 10 25 20 15 0 Cost of Processing Transport Margin Price of Lower Cost of usage used glass recycled glass production costs Cost  Quality &  Plant scale  Customer  Reduction drivers colour  Location proximity energy usage  Supplier (country)  Lower CO2 proximity  Prolongation of  Government furnace life time schemes * Estimated cost reduction is €5 /tonne based on 71% energy savings Note: prices of used & recycled glass and virgin materials vary depending on qualitySlide 17 | 2 november 2011
  • 18. 21e eeuw: Motivatie niet alleen milieu Regulation Landfill bans are becoming more important in the EU to enforce environmental targets Recycling targets for various waste streams are already in place and new ones are announced Increasing taxes on waste disposal Raw Material availability and prices . Innovation and user acceptanceRaw materials are becoming scarce with Production methods require a certainlimited ‘production years’ left quality of reused materials that cannot beScarcity is also driven by political Raw material met by using reused materials onlyavailability and economical feasibility to supply Customers have certain expectations ofmine reused materials and managing thesePrices are significantly increasing becomes more and more important Energy and CO2 reduction A report from the Bureau of International Recycling shows that using recycled materials in the production process reduces energy usage and CO2 emission Companies focus on reduction of CO2 footprintSlide 18 | 2 november 2011
  • 19. 21e eeuw: conclusie: Afval bestaat niet Grondstoffen en Energie: • Schaars • Duur Afval • bevat grondstoffen • bevat energieSlide 19 | 2 november 2011
  • 20. 21e eeuw: Afval bestaat niet Voorbeeld: Grote bank in Nederland • > 500 kantoren • alle afval • 3 jaarSlide 20 | 2 november 2011
  • 21. 21e eeuw: Afval bestaat niet Voorbeeld: Grote bank in Nederland • > 500 kantoren • alle afval • 3 jaar Afvalomzet ????????Slide 21 | 2 november 2011
  • 22. Afval bestaat niet: stellingen• De schillenboer/lompenkar komt terug in ons straatbeeld• Groei van recycling is 100% afhankelijk van grondstofprijzen• Regelgeving moet niet recycling van gebruikte producten afdwingen, maar gebruik van gerecyclede grondstoffen.• Een ‘closed loop’ is te creëren met de ondernemingen vandaag aanwezig• De volgende wereldoorlog wordt gevoerd om grondstoffen (buiten olie)• Think global, act local dient adagium te zijn voor EU, (&NL, provincie, gemeente) op gebied van productie en consumptieSlide 22 | 2 november 2011
  • 23. Slide 23 | 2 november 2011
  • 24. Potential savings (reused vs. virgin)* Energy CO2  Energy and CO2 reduction have been Aluminium 95% 92% compared for the entire production process of the end product Copper 85% 65%  Using recycled material often reduces the required energy in production as raw Plastic 80% 40% materials are more comparable to the end product (e.g. scrap vs. bauxite ore for aluminium production) Steel 74% 58%  CO2 is saved not only in production but also in transportation Glass 71% 11%  Raw ores are transported in large quantities from elsewhere in the world to be prepared for production locally Lead 65% 99%  Not only is the production process for glass and paper much simpler but these Paper 65% 18% are found closer to home which results in more possible reduction of CO2 Zinc 60% 76%Slide 24 | 2 november 2011
  • 25. Trade volume in reused material EU-27 14% Plastic 12% 10%CAGR ’00-’09 8% Wood Rubber 6% Paper and pulp Glass 4% Copper Ø = 3.5% 2% Non-Ferrous Aluminium 0% Ferrous -2% Nickel -4% 0 10.000 20.000 30.000 40.000 50.000 60.000 70.000 80.000 Volume (Mton)Slide 25 | 2 november 2011
  • 26. Activities along the value chain Raw material tonnages (2009) % 2nd material / Collection CollectionServices Material (5.1Mt) green energy2 Combustible3 63% Building & 81% Construction Sorting Hazardous 87% Treatment (3.3Mt) Wood (~550kt) 100% Glass 98% WEEE 92% Recycling Recycling (1.1Mt) Paper 100% Plastic 98% Metals 100% Processing Incineration (2.1Mt) Soil 71% Breadth of array represents volume 1 Stage 1: Landfill stage; stage 2: new activities sorting, recycling, incineration; stage 3: expanding to raw material market and incineration towards energy from waste 2 Effective re-use as secondary material plus use for green energy production 3 Commercial & Household wasteSlide 26 | 2 november 2011
  • 27. “Closing the loop”Slide 27 | 2 november 2011