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„System of waste management in Germany – turning waste into benefit (separate collection, recycling, reuse) – outlook for the future“. Maic Verbücheln, Difu. National Workshop: Developing Environmental Infrastructure Projects in the WASTE Sector in Macedonia

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„System of waste management in Germany – turning waste into benefit (separate collection, recycling, reuse) – outlook for the future“

Maic Verbücheln, Difu

National Workshop: Developing Environmental Infrastructure Projects in the WASTE Sector in Macedonia

28-29th October 2008, Ohrid, Macedonia

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German Institute of Urban Affairs (Difu)

  • Foundation and domicile
  • is a non-profit institute and founded in 1973
  • located in Berlin and Cologne (Germany)
  • Mandate and members
  • is the research institute for cities
  • is supported by 100 cities (approx. 24 Mio. inhab.)
  • Deal with different topics
  • urban development, economy, social policy and culture, environment(municipal waste management)
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Overview

1. Review to the past

2. Today\'s waste management

3. Results and benefits

4. Outlook for the future

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1. Review to the past

  • up to 1970: 50 000 uncontrolled dump sites
  • 1972: first waste management law
  • reduction to 500 controlled landfills
  • Resume
  • Nomaterial flow management - dispose of waste via littering or dumping
  • Objective of the past waste management: to solve hygiene- and organisation problems

„archaic phase“

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2. Today\'s waste management

  • Important legislation (selection)
  • 1991: packaging ordinance (e.g. product responsibility – implementation of a dual system)
  • 1996: Closed Substance Cycle and Waste Management Act(e.g. waste hierarchy, product responsibility) - is the base of today\'s waste management in Germany
  • 1998: battery ordinance (e.g. product responsibility – implementation of a take back system)
  • 2005: electric- and electronic ordinance (e.g. shared product responsibility – implementation of a take back system)
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2. Today\'s waste management

System of closed material circle in Germany

*Source: Ecologic

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2. Today\'s waste management

Separate collection and recycling (household w.)

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2. Today\'s waste management

  • Resume
  • partlymaterial flow management – reuse, recycling combustion and landfilling
  • - produce of secondary raw materials,
  • - produce ofpower, heat,
  • - produce of gas ….
  • there are stillsecondary raw material in the residue waste, which are not all recovered today!!!!
  • Objective of today\'s waste management: to solvemainly environmental problems

„environmentally and partly resource

oriented phase“

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3. Results and benefits

Decoupling the yearly waste amount from the economic performance in Germany

2000

2003

2004

2005

2006

- reduction from 100% (2000) to 87,5% (2006)

Source: UBA, Stat. Bundesamt

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3. Results and benefits

Collected residues and materials from households

- increase of material collection for recycling

Source: BMU

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3. Results and benefits

General recovery rates (resource protection)

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3. Results and benefits

  • Take back of secondary raw materials (selection) in the economic cycle lead to
  • e.g.: cut down of imports and an added value (Mio. Euro)
  • Source: Institute of German economy, Cologne
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4. Outlook for the future

  • Global tendencies
  • population growth (8/2025- 9,1/2050)*
  • economic growth (e.g. India, China)
  • tends to result in:
  • rise of resource consumption (e.g. crude oil, copper, steel, silicon, plastic, paper…)
  • environmental problems (e.g. soil, water)
  • climate change (e.g. CO2-production)
  • *Source: UNO
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4. Outlook for the future

  • Global tendencies
  • raw material world market prices which are
  • imported in the Euro-zone, rose of about
  • 81% from 2000 to 2005
  • industry raw materials prices rose about appr.
  • 50% (NF-Metals 82%, FE-Metals 130%)
      • a continued rise of prices can be expected on a long term perspective
  • costs of raw materials relate to 40% of the
  • production costs (employees for 25%)!!!!
  • Source: Institute of German economy, Cologne
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4. Outlook for the future

  • Thematic Strategies of the COM (EU)
  • „Life Cycle Thinking“ incl. waste management
    • view on life cycle of material streams
  • Orientation of waste as a resource
  • using the resource potential (productivity)
  • Development of a „Recycling Society“
  • promotion of a recycling market
  • economic instruments for the steering
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4. Outlook for the future

  • Political objectives in Germany (selection)
  • protection of resources
  • achieve a sustainable economy by the use of a closed material cycle and increase of efficiency
  • sustainable waste management with low emissions and effective resource utilization
  • entire and ecologically sound recycling of all municipal waste (goal 2020) – close of all household landfills to the year 2020
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4. Outlook for the future

  • Resume
  • Political and economic pressure will lead to:
  • widespread material flow management and return of secondary raw materials in the economic cycle
  • material flow management will change the classic waste management to a resource- or material flow economy – new techniques like sorting plants?
  • Objective of the future waste management: to solveenvironment- and resource problem
  • „resource oriented phase“
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4. Outlook for the future

  • Resume for municipalities
  • reduce the waste amount is important, because the handling and after care is cost intensive but
  • can force material flow management systems, by select and collect of waste fractions
  • can play an important role in the economic cycle - need of intelligent systems
  • markets for secondary raw materials are needed, high quality of products is important
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Thank you for attention

Maic Verbücheln, Difu

National Workshop: Developing Environmental Infrastructure Projects in the WASTE Sector in Macedonia

28-29th October 2008, Ohrid, Macedonia