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    WASTE MANAGEMENT AND MINIMISATION PLAN I85

    NOTE: Current inorganic services inherited from theformer councils (mix of annual and biennial kerbsideservices, an annual collection from within residents'properties, drop-off points and no service) currentlycost ratepayers $4.2 million annually.

    LIMITATIONS:The gures above are estimates only. Preparation of boththe Waste Assessment and draft Waste Management andMinimisation Plan has relied on information from multiplesources including SWAP analyses from former councils, theAuckland Regional Council Waste Stocktake and Strategic

    Assessment 2009, permits, contracts, consents andannual reports. The accuracy of these sources is contin-gent on the best information available at the time and thedegree of disclosure from the waste industry.

    Financial analysis and modelling has relied on the bestnancial information available at the time of draftingthis plan.

    The proposed way forward with a rigorous analyticalstepped process with continuous validation ofdata and peer review will mitigate the potential fordiscrepancies/errors in further waste managementand minimisation planning.

    INORGANIC WASTE OPTIONS

    OPTION WASTE DIVERSIONPOTENTIAL

    NET COST

    (ESTIMATE)

    CONSIDERATIONS

    1. Annual kerbsidecollection

    Small amount $10.1 million 1. Not international best practice.

    2. Informal recycling is perceived to be a ‘natural’exchange of goods.

    3. Commercial scrap metal dealers benet but inextracting metals often destroy the reuse orrecyclable potential of articles.

    4. Mess often obstructs footpaths and roads. 5. Health and safety risks associated with

    manual collections, handling sharp objectsand hazardous waste.

    6. Illegal dumping (y tipping) of commercial waste.

    7. Very few waste collection companies would tenderfor inorganic collections.

    8. No feed stock for resource recovery centres.

    2. Biennial kerbsidecollection

    Small amount $6.8 million 1. As (1) above but less cost.

    3. Annual collectionfrom within residents’properties via abooking system

    Potentially more $4.6 million 1. Fewer health and safety, security and mess issues.2. Links user to waste being picked up.3. Reusable and recyclable items more likely to retain

    value and go to resource recovery centres.4. Concern about potential increase in illegal

    dumping did not occur when the system wasintroduced in Waitakere as education andenforcement were increased.

    5. Cost based on Waitakere model – with 20%participation rate.

    4. No collection –Resource RecoveryCentres only

    Potentially most -$3.2 million 1. Households can take reusable items and recyclablematerials to resource recovery centres where they canbe resold or processed.

    2. Local enterprises could operate collection services.3. Longer-term solution.4. Cost includes reduction in current inorganic cost plus

    approximately $1million in cost of building facilities.Ongoing costs will reduce over time.

    2.a. Biennial kerbsidecollection except for

    Waitakere, Rodney andFranklin which have booking,with Waitakere enhancedrecovery

    Small amount $6.5 million 5. As (1) above but less cost.

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    TABLE OF DEFINITIONS

    Auckland Council Waste Assessment Provides the necessary background information on the waste and diverted materials streamsthat will enable a council to determine a logical set of priorities and inform its activities, asdened by section 51 of the Waste Minimisation Act 2008. A waste assessment must becompleted prior to a WMMP being reviewed.

    Cleanll Any landll that accepts only material that, when buried, will have no adverse effect on peopleor the environment.

    C&D waste Construction and demolition waste.

    The council In this plan, the council generally encompasses the collection of bodies that make up theAuckland Council family: the governing body, local boards, CCOs and council advisory groupsand panels. For specic actions of the plan, however, the appropriate part of the council willundertake that action.

    Diverted material Anything no longer required for its original purpose and, but for commercial or otherwaste minimisation activities, would be disposed of or discarded.

    Domestic waste Waste from households.

    ETS Emissions Trading Scheme.

    Landll A disposal facility as dened in section 7 of the Waste Minimisation Act 2008,excluding incineration.

    LGA Local Government Act.

    Litter and illegal dumping Littering is dened in the Litter Act 1979 as: litter includes any refuse, rubbish, animalremains, glass, metal, garbage, debris, dirt, lth, rubble, ballast, stones, earth, or waste matter,or any other thing of a like nature. A denition of dumping is that: dumping is not a separateoffence but is littering at the extreme end of the scale that depends on the amount andnature of the litter that is deposited, the location and circumstances in which the litteringoccurs and the resources required to remove the litter.

    Mana whenua Customary authority exercised by an iwi or hapu in an identied area.

    Managed ll A disposal site requiring resource consent to accept well-dened types of non-municipalwaste (e.g. low-level contaminated soils).

    Mauri The life force which all objects contain; a material symbol of a life principle.

    MfE The Ministry for the Environment.

    MRF Materials recovery facility.

    MRB Mobile recycling bin.

    NZWS New Zealand Waste Strategy.

    Organic waste In this plan organic waste refers to food waste (or kitchen waste) and green waste(or garden waste).

    Public places Although the Litter Act’s denition of ‘public places’ includes public reserves and parks thisWMMP denes public places as spaces frequented by the public that are not privatelyowned (e.g. shopping malls) and excludes the parks and reserves network.

    RRC Resource recovery centre.RRP Resource recovery park.

    RTS Refuse transfer station.

    SWAP Solid Waste Analysis Protocol (SWAP), an MfE-led baseline programme to provide solidwaste composition information.

    Tangata whenua Indigenous people, people of the land, in New Zealand, the Ma-ori people.

    Waste Anything disposed of, or discarded; and:• includes a type of waste dened by its composition or source (e.g. organic waste,

    electronic waste, or construction and demolition waste); and• to avoid doubt, includes any component or element of diverted material, if the

    component or element is disposed of or discarded.Wha-nau Family, including extended family.

    WMA Waste Minimisation Act 2008.

    WMMP A waste management and minimisation plan as dened in section 43 of theWaste Minimisation Act 2008.

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    AUCKLAND COUNCIL WASTE ASSESSMENT CD

    WASTE MANAGEMENT AND MINIMISATION PLAN I87

    If your copy of the Auckland Council Waste Assessment is not here,please visit www.aucklandcouncil.govt.nz/wasteplan or call 09 301 0101.

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