im
plemen ing was
t
te
managemen pol
t
icy
o por it for publ
p tun ies
ic-pr te collabora ion
iva
t

Javier de Vicente Lóp...
Waste management is no longer seen as an environmental
issue, but an economic sector and a social service.
The three Rs scenario finishes in sanitary landfills
where remaining waste is disposed of in a controlled way
The poor situation: NO Reuse culture NO
waste separation, NO waste treatment, and
dumps instead of landfills
There is a tremendous gap to bridge. In Spain, we are
closer than ever to the three Rs, having started from a
poor situati...
How to get to there?
How to start with?
GOVERNANCE BODY

PRODUCTION

TREATMENT
FACILITIES & TECHNOLOGIES

DISPOSAL
THE
BUILDING BLOCKS
PRODUCTION

DISPOSAL
Putting the cart

before the horse.
Building a network of
sanitary landfills
Location, and capacity of landfills,
based on technical studies in which
waste production is the base
Sealing / ecovering
old dumps
Implentation of a waste collection
system adapted to your needs
domestic mixed waste including
glass, paper, and packaging, different
containers must be put in place
Green Points a good solution to collect specific waste
such as WEEE, CDW, used tires, etc
FACILITIES AND
TECHNOLOGIES
TREATMENT
FACILITIES & TECHNOLOGIES
Analyze information from
the collection system
if
their waste, is there any point of building a plant?
“You need to
collect separately
before you are
able to treat
separately”
the government is
cheating us,
making us
separate paper
and packaging but
they aren’t
recycling at all
Awareness campaigns are
necessary. They are an
opportunity to collaborate with
private sector and consumer
groups
It is crucial to engage people with waste recycling.
Waste management is made up of a part of technical
issues and a part ...
if there were not a market for the ferrous metal, would
there be any point of building a plant to separate it?
Public-private workgroups to foster the development of
new business around waste treatment
Just to emphasize:
COLLABORATION
There are many different
technologies with different costs, ,
automation, efficiency, etc.
Best technology is not the
highest one but rather which
better matches your needs
and your economic level.
These decisions based on a
hierarchy of national-regional-local
waste management plans
GOVERNANCE
BODY
GOVERNANCE BODY
This is the moment to
integrate the components
into a functional chain
Administration is in charge of
establishing the legal framework
Who is going to pay to pay to treat the waste? Who is
going to manage that money? Who is going to pay to
build and operate...
“Who pollutes pays”

A new tax for waste treatment
TAX can cause
rejection: once again
the importance of
awareness
campaigns
Three approaches
1. Household waste
2. Specific waste (WEEE, packaging..)
3. Other and hazardous
1.

Household waste treatment is charged as a new tax

to the citizen by local governments or their consortiums
citizen

Waste

Municipality

Consortium

Collection
Transport

Private
managers

Recycling
and
Recovery

Disposal
sanitar...
If there is not private interest: full public responsibility
or PUBLIC-PRIVATE COLLABORATON
2.Treatment cycle of Specific Waste such as WEEE, used
Integrated Management System
The tax for the treatment is included in the price of the
products, Producers are in charge of recycling
The payment goes to a new private actor: Integrated
Management System who takes on the management
of the recycle cycle for...
Producers

Shops

Consumers

waste
Factories

Sanitary
Landfills

Municipality

Treatment
Plants

Collection
system
€

Producers

Shops

Consumers

Factories

IMS

Municipality

Treatment
Plants

Collection
system

Sanitary
Landfills
this approach has allowed a new flourishing sector with
another private actor: Authorized Waste Manager who
acts as an ind...
3.

The recycling cycle for other waste, such as ELV,

is based on public-private agreements to
collaborate in collecting ...
REMEMBER: Step-by-Step process starting by the rnd:
sanitary landfills. And then decide on technologies
Waste management can be, and should be, turn into an
economic sector to create welfare by means of publicprivate collabora...
im
plemen ing was
t
te
managemen pol
t
icy
o por it for publ
p tun ies
ic-pr te collabora ion
iva
t

Javier de Vicente Lóp...
Photo credits
1.- http://goo.gl/mhrw2t
2.- http://goo.gl/wIymyK
3.- http://goo.gl/d3POiZ
4.- http://goo.gl/S8kDQK
10.- htt...
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  1. 1. im plemen ing was t te managemen pol t icy o por it for publ p tun ies ic-pr te collabora ion iva t Javier de Vicente López jdevicente@vaersa.com Phone: +34 608 56 50 10 TOOLS FOR THE IMPLEMENTATION OF ENVIRONMENTAL POLICIES MOECAF-IDOM-VAERSA-SANE LAN MOE NYPYITAW- MYANMAR NOVEMBER 2013
  2. 2. Waste management is no longer seen as an environmental issue, but an economic sector and a social service.
  3. 3. The three Rs scenario finishes in sanitary landfills where remaining waste is disposed of in a controlled way
  4. 4. The poor situation: NO Reuse culture NO waste separation, NO waste treatment, and dumps instead of landfills
  5. 5. There is a tremendous gap to bridge. In Spain, we are closer than ever to the three Rs, having started from a poor situation 20 years ago.
  6. 6. How to get to there? How to start with?
  7. 7. GOVERNANCE BODY PRODUCTION TREATMENT FACILITIES & TECHNOLOGIES DISPOSAL
  8. 8. THE BUILDING BLOCKS
  9. 9. PRODUCTION DISPOSAL
  10. 10. Putting the cart before the horse.
  11. 11. Building a network of sanitary landfills
  12. 12. Location, and capacity of landfills, based on technical studies in which waste production is the base
  13. 13. Sealing / ecovering old dumps
  14. 14. Implentation of a waste collection system adapted to your needs
  15. 15. domestic mixed waste including glass, paper, and packaging, different containers must be put in place
  16. 16. Green Points a good solution to collect specific waste such as WEEE, CDW, used tires, etc
  17. 17. FACILITIES AND TECHNOLOGIES
  18. 18. TREATMENT FACILITIES & TECHNOLOGIES
  19. 19. Analyze information from the collection system
  20. 20. if their waste, is there any point of building a plant?
  21. 21. “You need to collect separately before you are able to treat separately”
  22. 22. the government is cheating us, making us separate paper and packaging but they aren’t recycling at all
  23. 23. Awareness campaigns are necessary. They are an opportunity to collaborate with private sector and consumer groups
  24. 24. It is crucial to engage people with waste recycling. Waste management is made up of a part of technical issues and a part of communication
  25. 25. if there were not a market for the ferrous metal, would there be any point of building a plant to separate it?
  26. 26. Public-private workgroups to foster the development of new business around waste treatment
  27. 27. Just to emphasize: COLLABORATION
  28. 28. There are many different technologies with different costs, , automation, efficiency, etc.
  29. 29. Best technology is not the highest one but rather which better matches your needs and your economic level.
  30. 30. These decisions based on a hierarchy of national-regional-local waste management plans
  31. 31. GOVERNANCE BODY
  32. 32. GOVERNANCE BODY
  33. 33. This is the moment to integrate the components into a functional chain
  34. 34. Administration is in charge of establishing the legal framework
  35. 35. Who is going to pay to pay to treat the waste? Who is going to manage that money? Who is going to pay to build and operate facilities?
  36. 36. “Who pollutes pays” A new tax for waste treatment
  37. 37. TAX can cause rejection: once again the importance of awareness campaigns
  38. 38. Three approaches 1. Household waste 2. Specific waste (WEEE, packaging..) 3. Other and hazardous
  39. 39. 1. Household waste treatment is charged as a new tax to the citizen by local governments or their consortiums
  40. 40. citizen Waste Municipality Consortium Collection Transport Private managers Recycling and Recovery Disposal sanitary Landfills Producers Resell
  41. 41. If there is not private interest: full public responsibility or PUBLIC-PRIVATE COLLABORATON
  42. 42. 2.Treatment cycle of Specific Waste such as WEEE, used Integrated Management System
  43. 43. The tax for the treatment is included in the price of the products, Producers are in charge of recycling
  44. 44. The payment goes to a new private actor: Integrated Management System who takes on the management of the recycle cycle for some specific fractions of waste
  45. 45. Producers Shops Consumers waste Factories Sanitary Landfills Municipality Treatment Plants Collection system
  46. 46. € Producers Shops Consumers Factories IMS Municipality Treatment Plants Collection system Sanitary Landfills
  47. 47. this approach has allowed a new flourishing sector with another private actor: Authorized Waste Manager who acts as an independent recycler actor.
  48. 48. 3. The recycling cycle for other waste, such as ELV, is based on public-private agreements to collaborate in collecting or treatment.
  49. 49. REMEMBER: Step-by-Step process starting by the rnd: sanitary landfills. And then decide on technologies
  50. 50. Waste management can be, and should be, turn into an economic sector to create welfare by means of publicprivate collaboration
  51. 51. im plemen ing was t te managemen pol t icy o por it for publ p tun ies ic-pr te collabora ion iva t Javier de Vicente López jdevicente@vaersa.com Phone: +34 608 56 50 10 TOOLS FOR THE IMPLEMENTATION OF ENVIRONMENTAL POLICIES MOECAF-IDOM-VAERSA-SANE LAN MOE NYPYITAW- MYANMAR NOVEMBER 2013
  52. 52. Photo credits 1.- http://goo.gl/mhrw2t 2.- http://goo.gl/wIymyK 3.- http://goo.gl/d3POiZ 4.- http://goo.gl/S8kDQK 10.- http://goo.gl/QQ84I6 12.- http://goo.gl/yiKuoh 14.- http://goo.gl/DYWm9z 19.- http://goo.gl/ZO3ovT 22.- http://goo.gl/EjvGFM 23: http://goo.gl/jG5oGL 26.- http://goo.gl/BUe7ge 27.- http://goo.gl/9AQxt3 28.- http://goo.gl/EH8NGb 29.- http://goo.gl/EZHoKm 30.- http://goo.gl/wtQ4Av 34.- http://goo.gl/eNI4Tu 36.- http://goo.gl/klPlR3 38.- http://goo.gl/U4UuD0 40.- http://goo.gl/ji09VG 42.- http://goo.gl/D9RnmL 43.- http://goo.gl/mxv2SM 44.- http://goo.gl/Pd81gs 45.- http://goo.gl/Y6BSo8 49.- http://goo.gl/RX4Kk9 50.- http://goo.gl/PLNm55 51.- http://goo.gl/YSd0hf 52.- http://goo.gl/aat33u

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