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Introduction to smartwaste plan benefits for strategic waste planning

Introduction to SMARTWaste Plan – benefits for Strategic Waste Planning

Katherine Adams

Centre for Resource Efficiency


Overview
Overview Waste Planning

  • Why measure?

  • History of SMARTWaste

  • An introduction to SMARTWaste Plan

  • Some data

  • Benefits of SMARTWaste Plan

  • A demonstration

  • The future


Introduction to smartwaste plan benefits for strategic waste planning
BRE Waste Planning

We are:

“A world leading centre of expertise for construction and fire, providing research, consultancy and information services to customers worldwide.”

  • Owned by a charity, BRE Trust

  • Offices in UK: Garston (Watford), Scotland, Highlands, Wales and Ireland


Resource efficiency team at bre
Resource Efficiency Team at BRE Waste Planning

  • One-stop-shop of integrated solutions for the whole supply chain on all aspects of material waste including:

    • Waste auditing

    • Waste minimisation

    • Waste management in the construction, demolition, refurbishment, manufacturing and related industries

    • Pre-demolition and pre-refurbishment audits

    • Training

    • Development of various software tools



Why measure
Why measure? measure it ”

  • Understand = set baseline & appropriate targets

  • Measure progress

  • Provide focus and priority actions

  • Continually improve

  • Report back


What can we measure
What can we measure? measure it ”


Last millennium
Last millennium measure it ”

  • BRE Environmental Building 1996 – 1997

    • Demolition waste recycling 96%

    • Use of reclaimed and recycled materials

    • Waste reduction – not possible

  • First detailed waste audit: Willmott Dixon – Pegasus Court, 1997-1998

    • Over 5000 data entries

    • Time consuming/ difficult to update site

    • Software developed


2000 onwards
2000 onwards measure it ”

  • Bovis Lend Lease – Chiswick Park and x25 1-week Packaging waste audits with SMARTAudit, 2001-2003

  • English Partnerships – 3 year SMARTAudit of the Greenwich Millennium Project, 2000-2003 – see project guides

  • Taylor Woodrow Construction – adopted SMARTStart on all new projects from April 2002

  • Pre-demolition audits 2002

  • BREMAP launched 2002 – waste minimisation award 2003 (links to Materials Information exchange)


2000 onwards even more
2000 onwards even more… measure it ”

  • SMARTStart+ 2003

  • Waste contractors sign up – ICWM 2004

  • BREEAM tool 2005 onwards

  • National Benchmarking 2006 onwards

  • CoRE 2006 onwards – 300 free licences

    • South East

    • East

    • London

  • SmartLIFE / EP Design for Manufacture - 2006

  • SMARTWaste for Olympics - 2007


Smartwaste plan
SMARTWaste Plan measure it ”

  • www.smartwaste.co.uk

  • Online SWMP tool

  • Guiding you through the stages of a SWMP

  • Fully interactive – prepare, implement and review a SWMP combined with measurement and monitoring of waste

  • Designed for compliance with Code for Sustainable Homes and BREEAM

  • Accessed via secure username and password

  • Ability to download and print SWMP


Smartwaste plan1
SMARTWaste Plan measure it ”

  • Around 3,000 companies registered

  • 2,000 projects – value of over £40 billion

  • 72% of the top 50 contractors

  • 4 million tonnes of waste measured

  • Users include: Sainsbury’s, M&S, Kier, Bovis Lend Lease, Taylor Woodrow etc

  • Bespoke versions available


Smartwaste plan2
SMARTWaste Plan measure it ”

Data security

  • Normal industry practices of network control and server administration

  • All stored data is securely managed with disaster recovery backup

  • The data is not available for use or accessible by anyone apart from the registered user and BRE staff involved in the project

    Accuracy and Use

  • We will do our best to maintain the accuracy of the personal information you supply to us

  • You have the right to access and correct your personal information at any time

  • BRE will not sell or rent your personally identifiable, company identifiable or project identifiable information to anyone


Smartwaste plan generic account structure

Company measure it ”

Project A

Project B

Project C

SWMP

&

Waste

data

SWMP

&

Waste

data

SWMP

&

Waste

data

SMARTWaste Plan Generic Account Structure

  • Each company registers for an account (free)

  • And sets up unique username and password to log in to the account

  • Can also set up additional users on the account – there is a hierarchy of users with different access permission levels

  • Then set up projects for which you can record SWMP requirements and waste arisings data


Client level smartwaste plan 3 000 vat

Contractor 1 measure it ”

Contractor 2

Project A

Project A

Project B

Project B

Project C

Project C

SWMP

&

Waste

data

SWMP

&

Waste

data

SWMP

&

Waste

data

SWMP

&

Waste

data

SWMP

&

Waste

data

SWMP

&

Waste

data

Client Level SMARTWaste Plan (£3,000+VAT)

Client level

Project linked using password from client

Projects linked using password from client


Group level 1 500 vat
Group Level (£1,500 + VAT) measure it ”

Group level

Business Unit 1

Business Unit 2

Proj A

Proj A

Proj B

Proj B

Proj C

Proj C

SWMP

&

Waste

data

SWMP

&

Waste

data

SWMP

&

Waste

data

SWMP

&

Waste

data

SWMP

&

Waste

data

SWMP

&

Waste

data


Data collected
Data collected measure it ”

  • Project, company and client level – aggregated

  • All data related to a SWMP

    • Types and amounts of waste (forecast & actuals)

    • Recovery routes (including % recovery at waste facilities)

    • Waste minimisation actions

    • Training and communication actions

    • Review process

  • Be able to split into project types, construction phases and work programmes

  • Regional, local levels



Range of m 3 100m 2 for residential projects
Range of m residential projects3/100m2 for residential projects


Benchmarks of m 3 100m 2 for standard good and best practice
Benchmarks of m residential projects3/100m2 for standard, good and best practice


How the data can be used
How the data can be used? residential projects

  • Micro level

    • Help to assess planning applications in relation to construction waste

    • Help with assessing information in relation to Site Waste Management Plan Regulations and the Code for Sustainable Homes

    • Set targets for waste reduction and recovery for projects through planning conditions

    • Estimate the likely amount and type of waste arisings for a project

    • Move projects from standard to best practice


How the data can be used1
How the data can be used? residential projects

  • Macro level

    • Assess development and construction policies in terms of likely amount of waste produced e.g. housing

    • Aid in waste planning through assessing existing and future capacitates of waste facilities for construction waste

    • Set targets and/or provide appropriate guidance for reduction and recovery of waste in planning policies and guidance


Www smartwaste co uk
www.smartwaste.co.uk residential projects

Click on the SMARTWaste Plan logo to get to the log in page

Click on the logo


Log in page
Log in page residential projects


Benefits
Benefits residential projects

  • Data gained throughout entirety of project

  • Easy access – web based

  • Relatively cheap way to collect data

  • Industry have to do this anyway i.e. SWMP Regulations

  • Drives performance by setting standards, benchmarks

  • More use….the better the data….


The future
The future…. residential projects

  • Refurbishment and civils version

  • Set 2008 baseline with Strategic Forum’s Sub Group on Waste

  • Analyse data from SMARTWaste Plan by waste type

    • Arisings

    • Recovery

  • Enable reporting of ½ waste to landfill through SMARTWaste with WRAP

  • Better measurement at waste facility

  • Life cycle assessment data for end of life options

  • Better wastage rate for key products


Introduction to smartwaste plan benefits for strategic waste planning

Thank you residential projects

For further information:

W: www.crwplatform.co.uk

E: adamsk@bre.co.uk

T: 01923 664478