Update November 27, 2009 Professional Municipal Administrators. Edward Evans Executive Director. Government of Newfoundland & Labrador Waste Management Strategy – May 2007. Divert 50% of materials going to disposal by 2015; Reduce number of waste disposal site by 80% by 2020;
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Divert 50% of materials going to disposal by 2015;
Reduce number of waste disposal site by 80% by 2020;
Phase out use of unlined landfill site by 2020;
Full province wide modern waste management by 2020.
Central Newfoundland waste management system operational by 2011
Local waste management facilities (LWMF)
Material Recovery Facility (MRF)
Construction & Demolition Debris facility
Household Hazardous Waste facility
Second generation Landfill (lined landfill)
50 – Towns, 38 – LSD’s, 19 – Unincorporated Areas
Baby wipes, bandages, cotton swabs, diapers
Grass clippings, leaves
All food scraps, meats, tea bags
Paper plates (dirty)
Anything that could contaminate recycles in the Dry bag belongs in the Wet bag
Aluminum cans, juice cans
All types of cardboard and paper products
All types of plastics
Land Slope - < 12%
Public Roads – 300 m
Water bodies & Stream – 150 m
Residential Dwellings – 1.6 km
Parks – 1 km
Water Supplies & Water Shed Area – Avoidance
Minimum Soil Cover of 2 m
Airport – 2 km.
Potable wells – 1 km.
Electrical service - Opportunity
First stage composting
Second stage curing
One central HHW depot and a HHW depot at each LWMF
Update Strategy – May 2007Regional SiteRS01 Clearing and Grubbing Tender: (Woodco) - Completed RS02 Site Roads (Marine Contractors)- Final contract payment to be made RS03 Well Drilling (Pius Sullivan & Sons Ltd.)- 4th borehole being drilled for administration building- Water wells to be drilled over the next two weeks RS04 Landfill:- Landfill design on hold pending approvals from DOE- Alternate liner design submitted to Environment for approval July 31, 2009- Stream buffers from landfill sent to environment for approval July 13, 2009
RS08 Power Strategy – May 2007
RS09 Telephone & Data Communications
RS10 Site Buildings : (Bluebird Investments)
- Foundations complete - Erection of walls ongoing
- Foundations complete- Erection of walls ongoing
- Foundations poured
RS11 Leachate Treatment Strategy – May 2007
RS14 Access Road and Site Work (Marine Contractors)
Local Waste Management Facilities Strategy – May 2007
Clearing & Grubbing TS01: (Professional Grading Ltd)
Site Buildings TS02 (Bluebird Investments)
Civil Works TS05 (Cougar Engineering & Const)
Draft Certificate of Approval
Project Master Schedule
Regional Waste Management Facility
Scale House Operators (2)
Site Supervisors – Landfill (2)
Process Supervisor – Compost
Process Supervisor – Dry recyclables
Equipment Operators (4)
Laborers (30 full time, 20 part-time)
One Part Time Employee at Each Facility
42 Existing Sites
$215,000 Average Closeout Cost Per Site
Gander is Largest Site at a Cost of $1,990,000
$9,000,00 Total Closeout Costs
The initial Board of Directors will have the added responsibility of guiding the construction of the waste management facilities, establishing costs for users, initiating stakeholder communication and involvement, developing the Board operating policies, approving the By-laws and essentially building the Authority.
It is expected that the nature of the Board will evolve as the waste management system becomes more firmly established. The Board at the outset will play a larger management role, but over the first term a shift towards a predominantly policy making Board of Directors should be anticipated. During the start-up period, the Authority Board will have engaged professional staff to manage and operate the facilities.
In order to most adequately represent all parties, and to maintain a manageable size board, the board would then be comprised of seventeen (17) directors, twelve (12) voting members, the Chairperson and four (4) non-voting members. Every town, community or local service district within the central region will have a representative on the Board of Directors, nominated directly or through a regional representation. The Minister of Municipal Affairs will appoint board members.
Voting Members – 13 responsibility of guiding the construction of the waste management facilities, establishing costs for users, initiating stakeholder communication and involvement, developing the Board operating policies, approving the By-laws and essentially building the Authority.
One (1) member from each of the regional waste management zones 7
One (1) member from the large towns; Gander and Grand Falls-Windsor 2
One (1) member from town’s with no transfer stations 1
One (1) member from Norris Arm & Norris Arm North 1
One (1) member for the three (3) towns over 3000 population 1
The Lieutenant-Governor in Council shall appoint a chairperson. 1(Chairperson will only vote to break a tie)
Other officials such as Vice-Chair, Secretary, and Treasurer, will be appointed from the elected board but these officers will still represent their communities or regions.
- All voting Board members would be selected from elected municipal councilors or an appointed representative of the Local Service District
- Each transfer station region will have a committee made up of elected officials and the chair of that committee will serve on the Central Regional Service Board.
- responsibility of guiding the construction of the waste management facilities, establishing costs for users, initiating stakeholder communication and involvement, developing the Board operating policies, approving the By-laws and essentially building the Authority. Larger towns will appoint one from elected officials.
- Three (3) towns over 3000 population will jointly appoint a board member but this member must alternate between the three towns.
- Norris Arm and Norris Arm North will appoint one member which will alternate between the two communities. (For the Interim, one representative will sit with the board and the other with the Technical Committee. The person sitting with the board will carry the vote.)
The Authority will recognize the Technical committee. The Chairperson of the Technical Committee will be asked to sit as a non-voting board member.
Terms of Members
With the exception of the chairperson, a member appointed to a board shall serve a term of 2 years with the right to be re-appointed for a further term of 2 years and shall be ineligible for a further re-appointment until at least 2 years after the expiration of his or her last term as a member of the board.
Central Newfoundland Waste Management Authority responsibility of guiding the construction of the waste management facilities, establishing costs for users, initiating stakeholder communication and involvement, developing the Board operating policies, approving the By-laws and essentially building the Authority.
Representation by Directors
1 DirectorGrand Falls - Windsor
1 DirectorBishop Falls - Botwood - Lewisporte
1 DirectorNorris Arm - Norris Arm North
1 DirectorAppleton - Comfort Cove - Newstead – Peterview-
(Centroid Zone) Badger - Embree - Porterville – Baytona – Glenwood - Sandy Point - Benton - Laurenceton - Stanhope - Birchy Bay - Little Burnt Bay -Wooddale - Brown’s Arm - Loon Bay-Campbellton -Michael’s Harbour
1 DirectorBuchans - Buchans Junction - Millertown
1 DirectorCottrell’s Cove - Northern Arm - Fortune Harbour -Phillip’s
(Zone 2) Head -Glover’s Harbour – Pleasantview -Leading Tickles - Point Leamington Moore’s Cove - Point Of Bay
(Zone 3)Boyd’s Cove - Horwood - Ragged Harbour – Bridgeport – Indian Cove - Salt Harbour – Chanceport - Kettle Cove - Shoal Harbour
Change Islands - Little Harbour – Stoneville - Cobb’s Arm - Merritt’s Harbour–Summerford - Cottlesville - Moreton’s Harbour -Sunnyside - Crow Head – Newville -Tizzard’s Harbour - Fairbanks-Hillgrade - Paradise - Too Good Arm - Green Cove - Pike’s Arm – Twillingate- Hatchett Harbour - Port Albert - Valley Pond - Herring Neck - Purcell’s Harbour - Virgin Arm-Carter’s Cove
(Zone 4)Fogo -Fogo Island Region - Joe Batt’s Arm - Barr’d Islands - Shoal Bay - Seldom - Little Seldom - Stag Harbour – Tilting
1 Director Harbour -Phillip’s
(Zone 5)Aspen Cove - Gander Bay South - Carmanville - Musgrave Harbour - Deadman’s Bay - Main Point – Davidsville – Frederickton – Ladle Cove - Gander Bay North - Noggin Cove
(Zone 6)Cape Freels North -Hare Bay - Centreville - Wareham - Trinity - Indian Bay – Dover – Lumsden - Greenspond - New - Wes - Valley
(Zone 7)Burnside - St. Chad’s -Glovertown - St. Brendan’s - Cull’s Harbour-Happy Adventure - Terra Nova – Charlottetown -Salvage – Traytown- Eastport - Sandy Cove – Gambo -Sandringham
Transfer StationsHousehold Hazard Waste FacilitiesC & D Site Landfill SiteLeachate Treatment AreaMaintenance Building
Central Newfoundland Waste Management
126 Roe Avenue, PO Box 149
Gander, NL A1V 1W5
Ph: 256 – 2299 Fax: 256 - 4206
Web Site: www.cnwmc.com
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