WELCOME TO OUR CHALLENGES!
This presentation is the property of its rightful owner.
Sponsored Links
1 / 30

WELCOME TO OUR CHALLENGES! PowerPoint PPT Presentation


  • 47 Views
  • Uploaded on
  • Presentation posted in: General

WELCOME TO OUR CHALLENGES!. Where we would like to be. About Buyisa - e - Bag. A Section 21 Company, established as a result of Plastics Bag Legislation in 2003 Funded by the Plastics Bag Levy through Government, DEAT Registered legally in 2004 as a business

Download Presentation

WELCOME TO OUR CHALLENGES!

An Image/Link below is provided (as is) to download presentation

Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use and may not be sold / licensed / shared on other websites without getting consent from its author.While downloading, if for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server.


- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E N D - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

Presentation Transcript


Welcome to our challenges

WELCOME TO OUR CHALLENGES!


Welcome to our challenges

Where we would like to be...


About buyisa e bag

About Buyisa-e-Bag

A Section 21 Company, established as a result of Plastics Bag Legislation in 2003

Funded by the Plastics Bag Levy through Government, DEAT

Registered legally in 2004 as a business

Primary focus: promote the collections & recycling of plastics bags in South Africa


Feedback on progress 2005 6

Feedback on Progress 2005/6

Initial R12m funds received in May 2005

Appointment of the CEO, June 2005

Securing of offices & admin. resources

Appointment of the Management Team Sep 2005

Preparations of Management policies & procedures

Development of operational & strategic plans


Feedback on progress 2006 7

Feedback on Progress 2006/7

Additional R12m & R6m roll over funds

Focus on Infrastructural development projects called Multi Recycling Buy-Back Centres as key in South Africa

Land-availability became very critical resulting in long negotiations with municipalities

8 New Centres identified & selected

12 Existing Centres selected


Feedback on progress 2006 71

Feedback on Progress 2006/7

Lease agreements with municipalities

Securing of functional resources purchased

e.g. balers, scales, trolleys, steel containers

EIA & Permits approved by November 2007

Procurement for Construction of 8 New Centres


Feedback on progress 2007 8

Feedback on Progress 2007/8

R20m funds received with R5m Roll over funds

Building Plans Approval for 8 New Centres

Construction & Completion of 8 New Centres

3 Phase electricity supply to existing centres

Supply of functional resources to existing centres

Identification & selection of 20 centres for 2008/9


Feedback on progress 2007 81

Feedback on Progress 2007/8

R20m funds received with R5m roll over funds

Building Plans Approval for 8 New Centres

Construction & Completion of 8 New Centres

3 Phase electricity supply to existing centres

Supply of functional resources to existing centres

Identification & selection of 20 centres for 2008/9


Welcome to our challenges

Vision StatementTo contribute towards long-term sustainability by ensuring an environment that is free from plastic bag waste.


Key drivers for multi recycling centres

Key Drivers for Multi Recycling Centres

Sustainable Development

Empowerment through the required resources e.g. training, capacity building, machineries

SMME Development

Job Creation opportunities

Plastics Bag and Plastics Recycling


Operational expectations

Operational Expectations

15 – 30 informal jobs created per centre.

100 – 500 tons of recyclables recovered /month.

Cost saving for local municipalities (R200 to R300/ton).

Extended landfill life.

Direct collection of recyclable materials from source.

Reduced pollution.

A clean environment.


Welcome to our challenges

Buy-Back Centre takes off!


Welcome to our challenges

Buy-Back Centre has landed!


Welcome to our challenges

Operational Resources


Operational resources

Operational Resources


Welcome to our challenges

Operational Resources


Achievements to date

Achievements to date

4 Buy-Back Centres in Mpumalanga R7m(R1.8m)

Kwa-Mhlanga Multi Recycling Buy-Back Centre

Emalahleni Multi Recycling Buy-Back Centre

Mhluzi Multi Recycling Buy-Back Centre

Delmas Multi Recycling Buy-Back Centre

Launches 2008/2009


Achievements to date1

Achievements to date

4 Buy-Back Centres in Gauteng Province with

investment value of R7m (R1.8m)

Itsose Buy-Back Centre, Mogale City

Stink Water Buy-Back Centre, Tshwane Metro

Hammanskraal Buy-Back Centre, Tshwane Metro

Vuka Buy-Back Centre, Daveyton, Ekurhuleni Metro

Launches 2008/2009


Achievements to date2

Achievements to date

12 Existing centres in Various Provinces

Kwa-Zulu Natal

Gauteng

North West

Eastern Cape

Limpopo

New Plans for 2008/9 finalized


Other projects programmes

Other Projects & Programmes

1.Youth Empowerment Initiatives

Gauteng Province 400 Young Leaders Involved

Mpumalanga Province 80 Young Leaders Involved

North West Province 80 Young Leaders Involved


Other projects programmes1

Other Projects & Programmes

2. Sustainable Clean Up Campaigns

National Environmental Days

International Coastal Clean up Campaigns

Gauteng Litter Free Campaign

Hotspots Clean Up Campaigns


Other projects programmes2

Other Projects & Programmes

3. Schools Education Programmes

Two Important Phases

3.1 Plastics Awareness & Recycling Programmes

3.2 Schools Collection Programmes


Sabs financial commitment

SABS FINANCIAL COMMITMENT

2006/7R5,163m

2007/8R5,524m

2008/9 R6m to be paid this fiscal

Key functions: Monitoring and enforcement of standards

for plastic carrier bags in South Africa


Conclusion way forward

Conclusion & Way forward

Efficient & Effective Partnerships

Establish budgetary synergies

Ensure prompt delivery on projects

Community Participation & Involvement


Conclusion way forward1

Conclusion & Way forward

Establishment of centres in other provinces

Investment in high capital projects, e.g. multi-recycling facilities, recycling from the source projects and national school education programmes

Intensify Youth empowerment projects

Roll out Schools Education programmes

Comprehensive Marketing & Communication campaigns


Conclusion way forward2

Conclusion & Way forward

Increased budget required in 2009/10

Projects Implementation in 9 provinces

Increment in Job opportunities


Budget allocations to date

Budget allocations to date

2005/6 R12m

2006/6 R12m

2007/8 R20m

2008/9 R20m

Total funds received to date R64m


Welcome to our challenges

Nation-Builder

Mr Michael Mlangeni

Cleanest Town Competition

Durban Metro


Welcome to our challenges

Celebrating a Clean and Healthy Environment


Welcome to our challenges

Ladies and Gentlemen.......

THANK YOU!


  • Login