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  1. Redefining Waste - Realising Profits

  2. Definition of Industrial Symbiosis • One company’s under exploited asset is another organisation’s opportunity • Looking beyond sector boundaries • Encouraging cooperation and collaboration • New market opportunities within network • Increasing range of resources that have commercial value • Not limited to any particular resource: materials, energy, water, expertise, capacity, logistics…. • Improving overall resource efficiency/adding to the bottom line

  3. Cradle to Grave

  4. Industrial Symbiosis

  5. Why Industrial Symbiosis? Business Opportunity Landfill ↓ Jobs ↑ New Business ↑ CO2 ↓ Sales ↑ Costs ↓ Inward Investment↑ Transport ↓ Pollution↓ Asset Utilisation ↑ Knowledge Transfer ↑ Learning ↑ Innovation ↑ Barriers↓ R & D ↑

  6. What is SISP ? • SISP is a business - led initiative that uses the IS approach • Creating new market opportunities • Increasing the range of resources that have commercial value • Adding to the bottom line and improving resource efficiency for all involved • Delivering the National Industrial Symbiosis Program (NISP) in Scotland • Funded by Scottish Executive, Scottish Enterprise and SEPA

  7. Delivery Model • Speed Dating Workshops/Resource Efficiency Events • Referrals through Partners • Targeted Approach

  8. Whisky – what waste? STEAM OAK BARRELS Whisky Distillery DISTILLERY BY-PRODUCTS TRANSPORT GREY WATER

  9. Hypothetical IS potential Donate to social enterprise making furniture Use to smoke fish Fuel source Transfer to neighbouring company for power Whisky Distillery Convert and sell to local farmer for animal feed Backhaul with suitable materials Transfer to neighbouring company as alternative to potable

  10. CurrentProjects • Shellfish waste – working with academia to help a processor develop a new product from waste • Using crab shells to purify effluent , remove the copper • Sandstone off-cuts – looking for alternative uses – SMAS referral • Concrete Block Manufacture – sourcing glass, trialling new materials, looking for sites • Land remediation – using by products from manufacturing, activated sludge, gypsum

  11. Henry Boot Plc Shell UK National Farmers Union Scottish Water Viridor Waste Management Shore Recycling William Tracey Ltd DSM Carron Phoenix Brand and Rae Ltd Mitsubushi Electric Forestry Commission Laing O’Rourke Community Recycling Network Scotland WH Malcolm Ltd Competitive Scotland Marine Harvest (Scotland) Ltd Tes Amm (Europe) Ltd Falkirk Council Borders Machinery Ring BAA Edinburgh Lafarge Cement UK Network Rail Edinburgh University (pallets) St. Andrews University (mattresses) Some of our Members

  12. NISP National IS Model • Helped divert more than 560,000 tonnes of waste from Landfill • Created 154 new jobs and safeguarded an additional 260 • Cost savings to industry of more than £30,327,000 • Generated £17,711,000 in additional sales • Private investment of more than £9,500,00 in reprocessing and recycling • Reduced CO2 emissions by 350,000 tonnes