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  • COBY HOOGKAMP

    PROJECT COORDINATION

  • FOLKERT KUIPERS

    INTERREG COORDINATION

  • ALBERT RUITER

    CONTROLLER FINANCIAL

    EXPERT

  • IMAN HAMDOUNA

    PROJECT ASSISTENT

  • ANNE DE VRIES

    PROJECTMANAGER


Subject Presentator

  • INTRODUCTION

  • PROJECT EWM

  • CHANCES/CHALLENGES



PARTNERS IN THE FRISIAN WASTE ALLIANCE

AFVALSTURING FRYSLÂN NV

  • MIX OF GOVERNMENT/COMPANIE

  • ALL WASTE ACTIVITIES

    VAN DER WIEL HOLDING BV

  • METHANE RECOVERY

  • INTERNATIONAL EXPERIENCE

    CARTESIUS INSTITUUT

  • UNIVERSITY OF TWENTE

  • SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

    PROVENCE FRYSLAN

  • ORGANISATION/COORDINATION



Partners

1- Province of Fryslân, Regional; public authority. Leeuwarden; The Netherlands.

2- Afvalsturing Friesland N.V; Public equivalent body Leeuwarden; The Netherlands.

3- South East England Regional Assembly; Regional public authority. Guildford; United Kingdom.

4- PartneRing Adur and Worthing Services; local puplic authority. United Kingdom.

5- Surrey Country Councel; local public authority; Kingston upon Thames; United Kingdom.

6- Environment Agency; National public authority Worthing; United Kingdom.

7- Recycling Institute; public equivalent body Edinburgh; United Kingdom.

8- Polva City Government; local public authority Polva; Estonia.

9- University of Debrecen Center for Environmental Management and Policy; Public equivalent body; Debrecen; Hungary.

10- Mineral and Energy Economy Research Institute of Polish Academy of Sciences; public equivalent body; Krakow; Poland

11- Waste Disposal Company Halle-Lochau; Public eqqivalent body; Dolnitz; Germany.

12- Lag Appennino Genovese; Public equivalent body; Genova; Italy.


Objectives

Objectives

Objectives

Main objectives:

  • Develop innovative solutions for waste disposal.

  • Realise environmental friendly and cost effective regional waste management systems.

    Sub objectives:

  • New methods to decrease the amount of waste & increase the precentage of waste collected seperately and reused.

  • Improved more cost effective organization structures & Introduce new strategies on regional sale.

  • Co-operation between the partners of the project & develop a European partnership.

  • Overcome culture barries and build up a sustainable environment.

  • Main objectives:

  • Develop innovative solutions for waste disposal.

  • Realise environmental friendly and cost effective regional waste management systems.

  • Sub objectives:

  • New methods to decrease the amount of waste.

  • New methods to increase the precentage of waste collected seperately and reused.

  • Improved more cost effective organization structures.

  • Introduce new strategies on regional sale.

  • Co-operation between the partners of the project.

  • Developing a European partnership of regional partners.

  • Overcome culture barries and build up a sustainable environment.


INTERREG PROJECTS

INTERREG III B (LEADPARTNER)

  • NOLIMP (NORTH SEA REGIONAL LOCAL IMPLEMENTATION OF THE WATER FRAMEWORK DIRECTIVE)

  • MOPARK (MOBILITY & NATIONAL PARKS)

  • SHARED SPACE (TRANSPORTATION)

  • FARMERS FOR NATURE

  • BIO ENERGY ( TESTING TECHNICS)

  • WATERCITY INTERNATIONAL


Problem description

GROWING WASTE PRODUCTION

DIFFERENT RULES LEAD TO DIFFERENT SOLUTION FOR DISPOSAL

WASTE SEARCHES CHEAPEST WAYS; LANDFILLING

TECHNOLOGICAL & ORGANISATIONAL EXPERIENC ARE NEEDED TO DEVELOP NEW SOLUTIONS

INTERREGIONAL COOPERATION IS NEEDED FOR IMPROVEMENT OF WASTE MANAGEMENT .


Objectives1

Objectives

Objectives

Main objectives:

  • Develop innovative solutions for waste disposal.

  • Realise environmental friendly and cost effective regional waste management systems.

    Sub objectives:

  • New methods to decrease the amount of waste & increase the precentage of waste collected seperately and reused.

  • Improved more cost effective organization structures & Introduce new strategies on regional sale.

  • Co-operation between the partners of the project & develop a European partnership.

  • Overcome culture barries and build up a sustainable environment.

  • Main objectives:

  • Develop innovative solutions for waste disposal.

  • Realise environmental friendly and cost effective regional waste management systems.

  • Sub objectives:

  • New methods to decrease the amount of waste.

  • New methods to increase the precentage of waste collected seperately and reused.

  • Improved more cost effective organization structures.

  • Introduce new strategies on regional sale.

  • Co-operation between the partners of the project.

  • Developing a European partnership of regional partners.

  • Overcome culture barries and build up a sustainable environment.


The four components in the project:

1- Overall Management and co-ordination:Province of Fryslân

2- Landfill and reuse:

Waste Disposal Company Halle-Lochau

3- Separate collection:

LAG Appennino Genovese

4- Organisation structure of Waste Management: Recycling Institute Edinburgh.


Three phases to ensure innovative improvements
Three phases to ensure innovative improvements .

Three phases to ensure innovative improvements

  • 1- Each regoin will describe the important regional factors for the problem.

  • 2- Each region will use input from the other regions to generate possible solutions for the defined problem.

  • 3- Each region will work out one or two innovative solutions.

Phase 1

Each region will describe the important regional factors for the problem.

Phase 2

Each region will use input from the other regions to generate possible solutions for the defined problem.

Phase 3

Each region will work out one or two innovative solutions.


Three phases to ensure innovative improvements1
Three phases to ensure innovative improvements .

RESULTS

  • (FEASIBILITIES) STUDIES, APPLICATIONS;

    • RECYCLING ACTIVITIES,

    • ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESMENT

    • HANDLE PUBLIC RESISTANCE,

    • IMPROVEMENT KNOWLEDGE ON THE FIELD OF 3 MAIN THEMES

    • APPLICATION OF NEW INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

    • COSTS & BENEFITS OF ALTERNATIVE METHODS TO IMPROVE SEPARATE COLLECTION

    • PLAN NEW RECYCLING ACTIVITIES AT LANDFILL

    • DATABASE WITH REGIONAL INFORMATION

  • 1- Each regoin will describe the important regional factors for the problem.

  • 2- Each region will use input from the other regions to generate possible solutions for the defined problem.

  • 3- Each region will work out one or two innovative solutions.


Communication
Communication

Communication

  • The partners will set up a communication programme for the whole project.

  • The results will be communicated between the partners .

  • The brochures and articles will inform every interested person.

  • Articles in specialist journal will inform interested people.

  • The website will inform the partners, interested personen and organisations.

  • The main documents of the project will be translated into the language of the participating region

Brochure

Articles

Seminars

Translation

Annual meetings

Excurions

Reports

Newsletter

Website


Problem description
Problem description

  • High amount of production and consumption lead to growing waste production in all European countries.

  • Waste is disposed of by landfilling in most European countries.

  • The rules in European countries differ, some waste companies choose acheap solutions which not always friendly for the disposal.

  • Technological and organisational experiences is needed to develop and find new solutions of waste management.


Contribution to the objectives of the interreg iiic programme
Contribution to the objectives of the Interreg IIIC Programme

Contribution to the objectives of the Interreg IIIC Programme

  • Exchange about waste disposal .

  • Plans for innovation on the issues of landfill and reuse.

  • Separate collection and cost effective organisations structures for management.

  • Co-operation among regions from different Interreg zones on waste management.

  • Website that provides the partners the opportunity to collect information about development.

Exchange about waste disposal .

Plans for innovation on the issues of landfill and reuse.

Separate collection and Cost effective organisations structures for management.

Co-operation among regions from different Interreg zones on waste management.


Coordination and management
Coordination and management Programme

Co-ordination and management

  • Asteering Group: Consists of two members of each partner.

  • The lead partner is Fryslân:

  • Wil provide aproject secretariat, project manager, project officer and financial controller.

  • Is responsible for the overall project activities.

  • Wil stimulate the partners to keep in contact with each other.

  • Lead partner contacts wil cover all project activities and stimulate the project progress.

Province Fryslan (lead partner) provides:

  • project secretariat, project manager, project officer and financial controller.

  • Is responsible for the overall project activities.

  • stimulates the partners to keep in contact with each other & the project progress.


Budget and duration
Budget and duration Programme

Budget and duration

Management Organisation €289.210

Landfill & Reuse € 299.452

Separate Collection € 457.184

Waste management € 331.426

Total budget: € 1.377.272

ERDF funding; € 843.654

National funding: € 533.618,-

The project starts in July 2004,

& finish in April 2007.

The total budget: € 1.377.272,00

ERDF funding : € 843.654,00

National funding: € 533.618,00


Budget and duration1
Budget and duration Programme

Budget for each component

1- Overall Management and co-ordination:Province of Fryslân

€ 290.000 (21 %)

2- Landfill and reuse: Waste Disposal Company Halle-Lochau

€ 300.000 (21,7%)

3- Separate collection: LAG Appennino Genovese

€ 457.000 (33,2%)

4- Organisation structure of Waste Management:

Recycling Institute Edinburgh.

€ 330.000 (33,2%)

The total budget: € 1.377.272,00

ERDF funding : € 843.654,00

National funding: € 533.618,00


CHANCES/CHALLANGES Programme

EUROPEAN POLICY/RULES

DEVELOPMENT OF NEW PRODUCTS

INTERREG IV


EUROPEAN POLICY/RULES Programme

  • EU RULES LANDFILL DIRECTIVE

  • LANDFILL BAN

    (FOR RECYCLING WASTE)

  • TAX LANDFILLING


COHESION REPORT Programme

  • Is 34% of EU budget

  • About 50-50 between current and new Member States

  • More than ¾ of the budget for regions and Member States lagging behind in development

  • important subjects

    • innovation and the knowledge society

    • environment and risk prevention


Skien/Porsgrunn Programme

Göteborg

Stockton

-

on

-

Tees/

Middlesbrough

Odense

Malmö

Leeuwarden

Emden

Sneek

Norwich


COHESION REPORT EU ( ProgrammeFebruary 2004)

  • presents proposals for reformed cohesion policy after 2007

  • EU budget 2000-2006 € 108.5 billion PER YEAR for EU25,

    € 37 billion for structural actions

  • Financial Perspectives 2007-2013€ 146.4 billion PER YEAR for EU27,

    € 48 billion for structural actions


Water City International – City of Leeuwarden Programme

WCI-I WCI-II investments now

Euro 150.000 2.2 miljoen 17 miljoen

the snowball-effect


INTERREG III C EWM Programme

  • FINISHED APRIL 2007

    RESULTS

  • FEASIBILITY STUDIES

  • PLANS INNOVATIVE ACTION &

    PILOTS

INTERREG IV

  • PREPARATION OF PROJECTS 2007

  • APPLICATION ROUND starts 1/1/2008



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