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ORGANIC WASTE SOURCES:RESIDENTIAL        30%        1,250,000        tons/year   +FOOD RELATED INDUSTRIES                 ...
SYSTEM BASIC COMPONENTS AND STRUCTURE:                                                                                    ...
SYSTEM                                                                                                                    ...
population: 90,000     density: 90,000 people/ha     o-waste:7,500 tons / year                                            ...
PILOT PROJECT_LOWER EAST SIDE                                                                   SPURA [Seward Park Urban R...
CENTRALIZED SYSTEM_FOOD WASTE PROCESSING                                                                                  ...
PILOT PROJECT_BUSHWICK             population: 70,000      density: 38,000 people/ha      o-waste:6,300 tons / year       ...
SITE   M Morgan Ave [L]                                                                                                   ...
EDUCATIONAL COMPONENTS_CITY WIDE CAMPAIGNOWN should be considered a municipal projectwhere efforts from various public dep...
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  1. 1. ORGANIC WASTE SOURCES:RESIDENTIAL 30% 1,250,000 tons/year +FOOD RELATED INDUSTRIES 2) Density X Vacant plot available= 76% 1) Select data to determine site’s PROFILE RADIUS of influence and POPULATION shed 750,000 tons/year min R= 1mile max R=3 miles d TOTAL uce prod 2,000,000 mp ost tons/year co SITE 120,000 people min 50,000 people population density ............................................ max density=150,000 size of plot ...................................................... people/sqft housing fabric ................................................. min density=7,000 people/sqft $$$ d food services type ......................................... population needs............................................. REDUCTION OF ORGANIC WASTE GOING A TO LAND FILL site strengths ................................................. A min facility=4,700 sqft D (50,000 people shed) possible receivers of fertilizer 15% of PARKS, CEMENTERIES NYC = & OPEN SPACES + farms in NY 3) CALIBRATE system: radius X housing fabric X food services type 4) Define size of facility, if CENTRALIZED composting 5) Pick architectural OPERATION [ =TRANSPORTATION ] OWN domestic radius x 182 lb = o-waste housing fabric + food services type= organic waste population shed avarage o-waste + vacant plot waste COLLECTION and COMPOSTING type person/year infill network comercial In order to introduce a new way to food facilities x 50 t = o-waste deal with NYC’s organic waste. A TRANSPORTATION COLLECTION COMPOSTING shed avarage o-waste vacant building collection and composting system food service/year tonnes/ refurbish will be calibrated depending on its bike private centralized year location. This toolkit was created to identify the collection strategy, adding attribute to tonnes/ facility size type of facility and the architectural electric car only public decentralized year x 0,85 = (sqft) existing location attatch intervention that will cater for the waste produced by the population of the area. amount size radius fabric operation waste facility
  2. 2. SYSTEM BASIC COMPONENTS AND STRUCTURE: We see the potential in converting organic waste into a source of income and a valuable resource for our parks and outdoor spaces in the form of fertilizer. o-waste commercial domestic public type o-bins_info spaces capacity: up to 200L 42” weight: 10 pounds uses: private and public spaces 32” 27” collection o-waste bikes_info public o-bins o-bins capacity: up to 3 bins [600 L uses: collection of waste/ distribution compost bike bike [small scale] educational composter_info gardening collection teaching food sale composting JOB CREATION centralized capacity: up to 450L o-waste compost mini weight: 58 pounds 18” composting units uses: gathering spaces educational 24” 24” modules mini composter_info bike additional capacity: up to 300L/week 54” program power consumption: 12kWh/week o-waste output 24” 24” uses: gathering spaces on site facility management maintenance sales and operation and finance distribution centralized packaging and distribution to public parks/gardens bike/car
  3. 3. SYSTEM smallOWN radius organic waste network 6) add aditional PROGRAM: 0In order to change the negative perception linked to theNot In My Backyard (NIMBY) mentality, ourintervention attempts to introduce additional programsthat caters for the needs of the community. We are SITEaiming to become a center for integration that will play population density ............................................ large radiusan important role in the communal progress and a size of plot ......................................................great source of new jobs. housing fabric ................................................. strengths food services type ......................................... needs population needs............................................. site strengths ................................................. spaces housing art space fresh food education training market health recreation open
  4. 4. population: 90,000 density: 90,000 people/ha o-waste:7,500 tons / year PILOT PROJECT_LOWER EAST SIDE average income:$32,000 HOUSING 30% O-WASTE BINS comercial o-waste 200 lbs pop ula LES ADDITIONAL PROGRAMS: tio HOUSING+ TECH. SCHOOL size nd ens + URBAN FARM of p ity.. . lot.. ...... hou ...... . ...... 9 sing ...... ...... 0 .....,.00 ....0.(ve COMPOSTING fabr ...... . .... ry food ic ... ...... ......igh h .....) + DISTRIBUTION ser ...... .....80, vice ...... .....000 .....(larhousing density O-WASTE BINS O-WASTE COLLECTION pop ulat s ty pe . ...... ...... l ......ge) ... ion ...... .....arge ......, to PRIVATE BUILDINGS site nee ....r.est ....a.ur .....wer ...... stre ds.... . ...an s commercial and private o-waste ngth ...... ....t.s(m ......ed s ... ...... ...i.u.m ...... i . ...) ...... ....n. re .c....as ......ba ....e.sk ....r./re ......tau . ....ills s ... .....r.an 76% establishments:~450 FACILITY ....t.s d ....e.ns . ....ty i. LES is famous for its . restaurants and bars $ o-waste:~22,000tons/year FOOD RELATED Soil Generation restaurants Production: 1/3 of intake [29,000tons] SERVICES =9,750 tons Gross Revenue $445/ton of fertilizer =$4,300,000/year TOTAL PROFIT/year~$650,000 DISTRIBUTION URBAN FARMING / PUBLIC PARKS food services SYSTEM BREAKDOWN open spaces collection crew collection bin storage and packaging growing area composting facility collection o-bins bikes collection crew 42” crew fresh food green areas 32” 27” vendor storage and packaging
  5. 5. PILOT PROJECT_LOWER EAST SIDE SPURA [Seward Park Urban Renewal Area] remains the largest tract of undeveloped New York City-owned land in Manhattan south of 96th Street. Delan cey s t Willia msbu rgBrid ge Public housing apartment buildings increase the density of the area and creates huge concentration of domestic waste. M Essex St [J,M,Z]Low rise historic fabric of LES contrasts with the public housing towers and hosts a massive number of restaurants in the area that represent the biggest amount of o-waste produced in the neighborhood - M housing Dela ncey Stree t growing area community spaces Broo me S treet eet t Stree packaging and storage lk Str ncey Dela Norfo eet lk Str Suffo fresh food market eet n Str Clinto composting facility
  6. 6. CENTRALIZED SYSTEM_FOOD WASTE PROCESSING WASTE HOPPER STORAGEHi-tech food waste processing plant TANKVertal Ltd precedent, UK recovery of heat for useThis process combines traditional composting techniques with state-of-the-art DEWATERINGtechnology to achieve extremely fast throughput on a very compact footprint - UNITideal for urban recycling close to the major sources of waste.The process is entirely self-heating, harnessing the latent energy released duringdigestion to pasteurise food waste naturally under its own steam.And the end product is exceptionally high in nutrients, so directly replacespetrochemical fertilisers used to grow new cropsOur system has a unique in its ability to be able to treat a wide range of solid andliquid food waste arising from the food industry, retail outlets and domestic PRESHREDDERhouseholds.The plant uses an innovative (wet) in-vessel aerobic process known as 3rd DIGESTER VESSELSgeneration ATAD* generating temperatures of up to 80C and completelypasteurising and treating the food waste in as little as 72 hours.vacant plotinfill NON-FERROUS OVERBELT FERROUS OVERBELT AERATION FANvacant buildingrefurbish
  7. 7. PILOT PROJECT_BUSHWICK population: 70,000 density: 38,000 people/ha o-waste:6,300 tons / year + average income:$26,000 HOUSING BODEGAS BUS HWI popu latio CK n de size nsity of pl ....... ot .... ....... 3 .....8.,00 hous ....... . ....0(m ing f ....... ......edi ....... .....u.m)housing density abri c ..... ....... ....... ,0 80 . ... food ....... 0.0(l ..... . a serv ....... s .....r.ge) ices .....mall ......., ro .... popu type .....w. ho n ne 01 Fresh.b.ode ....... Food Desert latio ....... . .....use .....s ADDITIONAL PROGRAMS: eds . ......g s . site Supermarkets vs...a.Bodegas ....... ..(m.edi MARKET stren ....... ... ... u ......) m gths ....... . establishments:~130 + URBAN FARM .... ....... ...... fr .....e.sh ....... . ....f.oo 8 in 10 are bodegas .......bo ....d . COMPOSTING ....d.ega . .....s d only 10 supermarkets .....e. si n. ty + DISTRIBUTION CENTER . . ... o-waste:~5,000tons/year O-WASTE AND COMPOST . bodegas supermarkets COLLECTION FACILITY $ Soil Generation Production: decentralized+centralized DISTRIBUTION =3,700 tons Gross Revenue $445/ton of fertilizer =$1,650,000/year URBAN FARMING / PUBLIC PARKS TOTAL PROFIT/year~$400,000 food services open spaces collection crew operation crew educational composter 54” mini composter 18” 24” 24” 24” 24” fresh food market green areas
  8. 8. SITE M Morgan Ave [L] PILOT PROJECT_BUSHWICK Morg an Av Dispersal throughout community: e Bushwick is largely a residential area, with some remaining industrial buildings. This fabric allows the com- post to happen in a decentralized system Food desert. 8 in 10 food stores in Bushwick are bodegas: 28% carry fruit and only 1 in 10 carry vegetable Bogart Street eet bin Str McKib White housing Street growing area Street Seigel packaging and storage fresh food market composting facility
  9. 9. EDUCATIONAL COMPONENTS_CITY WIDE CAMPAIGNOWN should be considered a municipal projectwhere efforts from various public departmentsand civil society associations come along.Moreover, education was considered the project’smain vehicle: OWN begins to raise awareness, by EDUCATIONAL UNITScreating an advertising campaign, and provides Educational units will be located within all sites with theincentives in order to encourage community purpose of dealing with the organic while being away fromparticipation home. They could be found at park or schools , teaching sample of a punch card which unables you to recive kids about conservation, the cycle of life, and getting them $5.00 off after 10 stamps at decentralized locations involved in the natural world. (Bushwick_Pilot Project) community brochure investors brochure IN MY BACKYARD NEW YORK Capacity Up to 450 lts Weight 58 pounds http://www.compostadores.com (see online videos: BROCHURES http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sQkr1XL_nmo and http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VPeXySnjfQo) Still images from our educational videos designed to inform the community how to compost, find the nearest facility and incentives/coupons. VIDEOS
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