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  1. Arial Bold 17 point Arial Bold 17 point Arial 14 title area

  2. Kerbside Hard Waste Here Today Gone Tonight?

  3. What is Hard Waste? Unwanted household items Non-hazardous Too large for wheelie bin Service options Scheduled service (e.g. annual) At-call service (by appointment)

  4. What is included in a typical collection? Furniture, toys, garden tools, empty paint tins, roofing iron, timber, tools, plant pots, lounge suites, old carpet, washing machines, fridges, clothes dryers, play equipment, etc. Usually excludes: Hazardous items, poisons, old bricks and rubble, safety hazards, e-waste, organic material, mattresses, tyres commercial waste Presentation: 6x4 trailer load max., fridge doors removed

  5. Audit of Kerbside Hard Waste Collections • Partnership between ZWSA and 6 Councils: • City of Mitcham (annual - scheduled) • City of Holdfast Bay (annual - scheduled) • City of Charles Sturt (annual - scheduled) • Corporation of the City of Marion (at-call) • City of Port Adelaide Enfield (at-call) • Corporation of the City of Unley (at-call)

  6. Participation Rates

  7. Results - volumes

  8. Results – major categories

  9. Results – major categories

  10. Results (Scheduled) Results - Volumes Scheduled – Other category excluding “others”

  11. Results (At Call) Results - Volumes At-call – Other category excluding “others”

  12. Scheduled At Call 8.0% 7.6% Results - Volumes 5.7% 4.8% 0.4% 0.6%

  13. Scheduled At Call At-call Scheduled Timber .139(13%) .073 (14%) Carpet .094 (18%) .168(16%) .032(6%) .069(7%) Couches Mattresses .038(7%) .074 (7%) unclassified Total = 43 % (of 1.015 m3) Total = 45 % (of 0.526 m3) Results - Volumes High volume items (> 5 % of total) per house hold

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  15. Furniture: Outdoor settings TV/VCR cabinets Small tables Metals: Steel items Electrical cords (for copper) Non-ferrous items Whitegoods: Washing machines Dryers Microwaves Electrical Items: Televisions Computer monitors VCRs Other Items: Bikes Building items Garden items Firewood

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  24. Waste pathways – Reuse, Recycling, Disposal

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  41. For consideration Opportunities exist for re-use – but not a major proportion Collection methods currently work against recycling E-waste is a major component of hard waste collection Community safety must be improved Householders follow instructions about what to set out, but not about how much or how to set it out

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