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The Economic Benefits of Recycling in Ontario. 02/23/2012. Introduction. AECOM was retained in 2009 to carry out study for Ontario Ministry of Environment (MOE) to look at the Economics of Recycling in Ontario. The focus was on: . Introduction (continued).

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The Economic Benefits

of Recycling in Ontario

02/23/2012

introduction
Introduction
  • AECOM was retained in 2009 to carry out study for Ontario Ministry of Environment (MOE) to look at the Economics of Recycling in Ontario.
  • The focus was on:
introduction continued
Introduction (continued)
  • The terms of reference were spawned by a series of similar studies in the US.
  • The study was completed but not released.
  • The material presented here today is extracted from the study with the permission of the MOE.
  • Since the study was not publically released the comments and observations made today are those of AECOM. They are not attributable to MOE.
time frames
Time Frames
  • Three time frames were employed:

A time of Economic Turmoil

data sources
Data Sources
  • Key data sources:
looking downstream
Looking Downstream
  • Iron and Steel
  • Alumina and Aluminum
input output
Input / Output

Upstream Program Costs and Revenues

Interprovincial

Input Output

Model

Economic

Outputs

Sector

Multipliers

Economic

Sectors

  • GDP
  • Labour Income
  • FTE Jobs
  • Gross Output

AECOM IO Allocation Model

Downstream Commodity Sales into Sectors

material diverted
Material Diverted
  • Between 2002 – 2007 recycled tonnage grew 25%, with almost all of this growth attributable to the Blue Box
  • Between 2008 to 2012 recycled tonnage was forecast to grow by 9% with most of this growth attributable to the WEEE and MHSW programs.
blue box tonnes and finances
Blue Box Tonnes and Finances

Blue Box Tonnes Marketed

Blue Box Costs

and Revenues

blue box economic outputs
Blue Box - Economic Outputs

GDP $340m

Labour Income $170m

Gross Output $560m

3,430 FTE Jobs

blue box downstream flows
Blue Box – Downstream Flows

Market Paths

Ontario Capture

blue box downstream flows1
Blue Box – Downstream Flows

The Recession

2007 Sales in Ontario = $54m

mhsw and weee economic outputs
MHSW and WEEE- Economic Outputs

MHSW

GDP $12m

Labour Income $ 8m

FTE Jobs 160

Gross Output $27m

WEEE

GDP $61m

Labour Income $42m

FTE Jobs 835

Gross Output $144m

total upstream and downstream all programs
Total Upstream and Downstream All Programs

Upstream

Upstream & Downstream

  • GDP
      • $714 million
      • $770 million
  • Labour Income
      • $356 million
      • $387 million
  • Gross Output
      • $1.2 billion
      • $1.3 billion
  • Jobs
      • 7,300
      • 7,900
program costs and revenues
Program Costs and Revenues

Costs and Revenues in $millions

An Issue

or

a matter of perspective?

downstream outputs re use and re manufacture equipment supply
Downstream Outputs – Re-use and Re-manufacture, Equipment Supply

1 – includes tonnes obtained beyond subject programs

the knowledge cliff
The Knowledge Cliff

What we collect and process

Where does it go and how is it used

the value chain
The Value Chain

Market material

Sell products into markets

Economic

Assemble material

Create products

Environment

Social

Process material

improving the value chain can we do better
Improving The Value Chain – Can we do Better?

Think Synergy

Think Leverage

Create Value

Be Innovative

Have a

Plan

in the end
In the end

Why be bothered?

… “because if you don’t know where you are going you might end up someplace else.”

Yogi Berra

thank you for your time any questions
Thank you for your time.Any Questions?

Andy Keir

AECOM

519 840 2242

andy.keir@aecom.com