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Central Newfoundland Waste Management Facilities. BAE Newplan Group Ltd. Wayne Manuel P.Eng. 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% - 2020

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central newfoundland waste management facilities

Central Newfoundland Waste Management Facilities

BAE Newplan Group Ltd.

Wayne Manuel P.Eng.

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government of newfoundland labrador waste management strategy may 2007
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% - 2020
  • Eliminate open burning at disposal sites by 2012 and phase out the use of incinerators by 2008;
  • Phase out use of unlined landfill site by 2020;
  • Full province wide modern waste management by 2020.

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key components of waste management
Key Components of Waste Management
  • Source separation
  • Collection
  • Local waste management facilities (LWMF)
  • Material Recovery Facility (MRF)
  • Compost facility
  • Construction & Demolition Debris facility
  • Household Hazardous Waste facility
  • Second generation Landfill (lined landfill)

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central newfoundland service area
Central NewfoundlandService Area

50 – Towns, 38 – LSD’s, 19 – Unincorporated Areas

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projected annual generation of waste
Projected Annual Generation of Waste

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source separation two bag wet dry
Source Separation – Two Bag (wet/dry)

Advantages

  • efficient single-pass collection (lower collection costs)
  • the production of compost;
  • the stabilization of Wet waste residue;
  • the inability to hide unacceptable wastes (e.g. HHW, yard waste) in transparent bags.
  • compost carts not required
  • less education of the public required (sorting is simpler)
  • control of recovery rates occurs at the facility instead of in the home or curb, providing the flexibility to respond to market demands

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local waste management facilities
Local Waste Management Facilities

Fogo Island

New World Island

Gander Bay

Point Leamington

Indian Bay

Regional Site

Terra Nova

Buchan’s Junction

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local waste management facilities1
Local Waste Management Facilities

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typical lwmf
Typical LWMF

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regional site
Regional Site

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weight scales
Weight Scales

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public drop off
Public Drop Off

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typical mrf
Typical MRF

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semi automatic mrf
Semi-automatic MRF

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mrf products
MRF Products

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typical compost facility
Typical Compost Facility

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first stage composting in vessel
First Stage Composting in-vessel

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second stage curing
Second Stage Curing

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c d storage
C&D Storage

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household hazardous wastes
Household Hazardous Wastes

One central HHW depot and a HHW depot at each LWMF

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hhw typical facility
HHW Typical Facility

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staffing requirements
Staffing Requirements

Regional Waste Management Facility

Manager

Administration (2)

Equipment Forman

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)

Security (2)

LWMF

One Part Time Employee at Each Facility

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tipping fee
Tipping Fee

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existing disposal sites closeout costs
Existing Disposal Sites Closeout Costs
  • 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

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business opportunities
Business Opportunities
  • Before the curb
    • Back yard composting systems
    • Green depot diversion
    • Wet & Dry Bags
    • Printed material for house holds, ie flyers, news letters, fridge magnets

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at the curb
At the Curb
  • Curb side Collection
    • Municipalities responsible for collection or CRSB will do if requested
    • Preferred option is to contract out
    • Because of longer distances to LWMF or Regional Site larger trucks will be required
    • Two stream collection so split stream trucks required
    • IC&I wastes will generally not be collected by Municipalities
    • Bulk and C&D wastes will not be collected with regular household wastes
  • Opportunities
    • Supply of collection trucks
    • Collection for residents and bussiness
    • Special collection services for bulk items and C&D materials

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at the lwmf
At the LWMF
  • Snow clearing
  • Data and communication services
  • Scale maintenance
  • HHW disposal
  • Metals recycling
  • Wood waste recycling
  • C&D material recycling
  • Transporting waste to Regional Site

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at the regional site
At the Regional Site
  • Provision of fuel, power, data and communications, office supplies
  • Provision and repair of heavy equipment
  • Scale maintenance
  • ODS removal from White Goods
  • Recycling of metals, wood and other C&D materials
  • Operation of MRF and Compost facilities (CRSB will own facilities however are open to contracting out operations)

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at the regional site1
At the Regional Site
  • Construction of new landfill cells (3-5 yrs)
  • Closeout of old landfill cells (3-5 yrs)
  • Environmental monitoring and testing
  • Provision of software & support for automated scales and invoicing
  • Maintenance of MRF and Compost equipment
  • Contracted labour for staffing

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questions
Questions

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