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Free delivery of
plastic ship waste in
Rotterdam and
Amsterdam
Coen Peelen
5 October 2017
Outline
• Background
• Stakeholder involvement
• Incentive on seperated delivery clean plastics
• Impact and effectiveness...
Marine litter
3 5 October 2017Ministry of Infrastructure and the Environment
NL Green Deals:
Shipping Fisheries Beaches
EU...
Ship generated waste and marine litter
• 20% of plastics in seas is from
sea-based sources (UNEP).
• In Northsea this is 4...
Stakeholder involvement
• Start process:
– 2012: general stakeholder meeting on potential measures for
land based and sea ...
What is a green deal?
• A voluntary agreement between parties from different areas of
society and central government with ...
7 5 October 2017Ministry of Infrastructure and the Environment
Ship
owners
Ship
suppliers
PRF’sPort
authorities
Enforcemen...
Green Deal Ship generated waste
• Ambition:
– Close the loop on SGW by waste prevention and optimization of PRF
delivery
–...
Waste fee incentive in Rotterdam and Amsterdam
• Every ship pays a waste fee to the port authority
• And receives a ‘right...
Plastic delivery Amsterdam and Rotterdam 2016
10 5 October 2017Ministry of Infrastructure and the Environment
91%
1.4%
57%...
Limited Impact
• Incentive is part of a wider policy mix
• Recycling of plastic waste is hampered:
• Legal obstacles -> An...
Way forward
• More communication and awareness on separation clean plastic
• Also focus on segregation other waste categor...
Conclusions
• Green Deal process:
– Positive and constructive collaboration of all stakeholders
– Using creativity and ene...
Thank you for your attention!
14 5 October 2017Ministry of Infrastructure and the Environment
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This presentation was given at IEEP's capacity building for environmental tax reform conference on 5 October 2017 in Brussels, Belgium.

Speaker: Coen Peelen (Dutch Ministry of Infrastructure & Environment)

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Water quality and marine litter: Policy issues, relevance of MBIs, key findings

  1. 1. Free delivery of plastic ship waste in Rotterdam and Amsterdam Coen Peelen 5 October 2017
  2. 2. Outline • Background • Stakeholder involvement • Incentive on seperated delivery clean plastics • Impact and effectiveness • Way forward 2 Ministry of Infrastructure and the Environment 5 October 2017
  3. 3. Marine litter 3 5 October 2017Ministry of Infrastructure and the Environment NL Green Deals: Shipping Fisheries Beaches EU Marine Strategy Framework Directive
  4. 4. Ship generated waste and marine litter • 20% of plastics in seas is from sea-based sources (UNEP). • In Northsea this is 40-50%. • Regulatory framework: – EU Directive on PRF (2000/59/EC) – IMO MARPOL Convention 4 5 October 2017Ministry of Infrastructure and the Environment 0 50,000 100,000 150,000 200,000 250,000 300,000 2005200620072008200920102011201220132014 m3 Ship generated waste in NL ports (m3) Annex I Annex IV Annex V Totaal
  5. 5. Stakeholder involvement • Start process: – 2012: general stakeholder meeting on potential measures for land based and sea based sources • Green Deal approach: – 2013/2014: Exploration of shipping measures with all relevant maritime stakeholders: Ship suppliers, Ship owners, Port authorities, Port reception facilities, Enforcement authorities, NGO’s, Ministry 5 5 October 2017Ministry of Infrastructure and the Environment
  6. 6. What is a green deal? • A voluntary agreement between parties from different areas of society and central government with the purpose to work together on green growth • The central government assists sustainable initiatives launched by these parties by eliminating barriers and connecting parties. • Interactive method of collaboration and using energy of society • 2011-2017: >200 Green Deals 6 5 October 2017Ministry of Infrastructure and the Environment
  7. 7. 7 5 October 2017Ministry of Infrastructure and the Environment Ship owners Ship suppliers PRF’sPort authorities Enforcement authorities Government NGO GreenDealScheepsafvalketen
  8. 8. Green Deal Ship generated waste • Ambition: – Close the loop on SGW by waste prevention and optimization of PRF delivery – Close the loop on plastic SGW further on land by collecting plastic SGW separately so that it is more suitable for recycling • Measures: – Prevention – Enforcement – Plastic waste separation – Harmonisation 8 5 October 2017Ministry of Infrastructure and the Environment
  9. 9. Waste fee incentive in Rotterdam and Amsterdam • Every ship pays a waste fee to the port authority • And receives a ‘right to deliver’ for 6 m3 of garbage in return (2016) • Additional payment if garbage exceeds 6 m3, but not for plastic • Plastic has to be clean. No contamination with: – food waste – oily/chemical waste 9 5 October 2017Ministry of Infrastructure and the Environment
  10. 10. Plastic delivery Amsterdam and Rotterdam 2016 10 5 October 2017Ministry of Infrastructure and the Environment 91% 1.4% 57% 2.6% 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100% ships delivering plastic ships delivering clean plastic Amsterdam Rotterdam
  11. 11. Limited Impact • Incentive is part of a wider policy mix • Recycling of plastic waste is hampered: • Legal obstacles -> Animal by-products Regulation (food waste) • Economically not very lucrative at the moment /low oil price • Ship crew not familiar with separation clean plastic 11 5 October 2017Ministry of Infrastructure and the Environment
  12. 12. Way forward • More communication and awareness on separation clean plastic • Also focus on segregation other waste categories • International Green Deal? – 2 November international workshop for front runner ships and ports – Focus on garbage separation and prevention – Objective: improve inteface between ship and PRF 12 5 October 2017Ministry of Infrastructure and the Environment
  13. 13. Conclusions • Green Deal process: – Positive and constructive collaboration of all stakeholders – Using creativity and energy of stakeholders • Financial incentive: – Limited impact by itself, part of broader policy mix • International Green Deal: – Crucial that more PRF’s worldwide facilitate ships that separate waste on board – Again stakeholder involvement is the core of the Green Deal 13 5 October 2017Ministry of Infrastructure and the Environment
  14. 14. Thank you for your attention! 14 5 October 2017Ministry of Infrastructure and the Environment

This presentation was given at IEEP's capacity building for environmental tax reform conference on 5 October 2017 in Brussels, Belgium. Speaker: Coen Peelen (Dutch Ministry of Infrastructure & Environment)

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