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MRF Waste Analysis – overview of key findings. April 2011. Contaminant streams. Clinical waste Dead animals and meat Hazardous items Non-target plastics Direct to bunker. A. Clinical Waste.

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contaminant streams
Contaminant streams
  • Clinical waste
  • Dead animals and meat
  • Hazardous items
  • Non-target plastics
  • Direct to bunker
a clinical waste
A. Clinical Waste

Total number of ‘sharp’ finds at the MRF categorised as diabetic pens or needles (April 10 – March 11).

a clinical waste continued
A. Clinical waste (continued)

Total tonnages collected* -v- total number of clinical items identified

* apportioned to represent two weeks of household recyclate for Sevenoaks and Gravesham due to weekly collections.

a clinical waste continued1
A. Clinical waste (continued)

Clinical waste priority collection days for interventions

a clinical waste continued2
A. Clinical waste (continued)
  • Report: “Reduction of medical waste in the recyclate stream: Allington MRF”
  • Intervention Plan: Delivery through key public sector organisations / contractors
  • Evaluation and monitoring:ensure continued measurements.
b dead animals and meat
B. Dead animals and meat

Total number of dead animal and meat items found at MRF

each month

b dead animals and meat continued
B.Dead animals and meat(continued)

Total recyclate tonnages collected -v- total dead animals and meat

identified

* apportioned to represent two weeks of household recyclate for Sevenoaks and

Gravesham due to weekly collections.

b dead animals and meat continued1
B. Dead animals and meat (continued)

Dead animals and meat priority collection days for interventions

c hazardous items
C. Hazardous items

Total number of hazardous items found at MRF each month

(April 10 – March 11)

c hazardous items continued
C. Hazardous items (continued)

Total recyclate tonnages collected -v- total hazardous waste items

identified

* apportioned to represent two weeks of household recyclate for Sevenoaks and

Gravesham due to weekly collections.

c hazardous items continued1
C. Hazardous items (continued)

Total number of hazardous items identified in waste audit

c hazardous items continued2
C. Hazardous items(continued)

Hazardous waste priority collection days for interventions

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D. Non-target plastic

Non-target plastics baled at MRF each month

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D. Non-target plastic(continued)

Total recyclate tonnages collected -v- total non-target plastics

tonnage

* apportioned to represent two weeks of household recyclate for Sevenoaks and

Gravesham due to weekly collections.

slide16

D. Non-target plastic (continued)

Non-target plastic priority collection days for interventions

slide17

E. Direct to bunker

Direct to bunker waste at MRF each month

slide18

E. Direct to bunker (continued)

Total recyclate tonnages collected -v- total direct to bunker waste

* apportioned to represent two weeks of household recyclate for Sevenoaks and

Gravesham due to weekly collections.

slide20

Other contamination issues

  • Transfer Station contamination
  • Food contamination
  • Oversized cardboard
  • Bag splitting
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