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  • Mirka Januszkiewicz, P.Eng., MASc., MBA Director, Waste Management Services

    Regional Municipality of Durham

    Energy From Waste Waste Management Advisory Committee (EFW-WMAC)

    April 21, 2016

    Handout (Item 3)

  • Terms of Reference (TOR)

    EFW-WMAC meets quarterly and acts in an advisory role to the Durham Works Committee on issues or concerns which arise with waste diversion, waste management, environmental performance and monitoring of the Durham York Energy Centre (DYEC)

    A Chair and Vice Chair are elected by EFW-WMAC members and serve for a two year term

    Meeting minutes are prepared and forwarded to Durham Works Committee for information and posted on Durhams website

    EFW-WMAC is subject to Regional Council Rules of Procedure unless otherwise specified in the TOR

    An annual report summarizing the activities of the year shall be prepared by the EFW-WMAC and the staff liaison and forwarded to Durham Works Committee and Clarington Council

  • Durham Region Organization

  • Policy and Program Development Cap and Trade system for carbon emissions

    Provincial tool to achieve Ontarios 2020 Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions target of 15 per cent below 1990 levels

    Bill 151 The Waste-Free Ontario Act Anaerobic Digestion (AD)

    Operations Waste collection Transfer Stations Material Recovery Facility (MRF) Composting Waste Management Facilities Durham York Energy Centre (DYEC)

    Technical Studies Landfill perpetual care Landfill mining MHSW Facility in Clarington Regulatory Compliance

    What we do Durhams Integrated Waste Management

  • EFW-WMAC members are encouraged to participate in community events and assist with dissemination of information

    2016 Community Events

    EFW-WMAC Members Events

    Anna-Marie Burrows, Town of Ajax Pickering Compost Give-Away: Pickering WEEE*:

    Sat., May 7 Sat., Oct. 22

    George Rocoski, City of Oshawa Oshawa Compost Give-Away: Oshawa WEEE:

    Sat., April 30 Sat., Sept. 24

    Paul Ankrett, Township of Scugog Scugog Compost Give-Away: Scugog WEEE:

    Sat., May 14 Sat., Oct. 22

    Paul Nelson, Township of Brock Brock Compost Give-Away: Brock WEEE:

    Sat., April 23 Sat., June 25

    Ted Baker, City of Pickering Pickering Compost Give-Away: Pickering WEEE:

    Sat., May 7 Sat., Oct. 22

    Vacant, Municipality of Clarington Clarington Compost Give-Away: Clarington WEEE and MHSW**:

    Sat., April 23 Sat., Sept. 24

    Elaine Collis, Municipality of Clarington Clarington Compost Give-Away: Clarington WEEE and MHSW:

    Sat., April 23 Sat., Sept. 24

    Jim Vinson, Municipality of Clarington Clarington Compost Give-Away: Clarington WEEE and MHSW:

    Sat., April 23 Sat., Sept. 24

    Wendy Bracken, Municipality of Clarington Clarington Compost Give-Away: Clarington WEEE and MHSW:

    Sat., April 23 Sat., Sept. 24

    WEEE*: Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment MHSW**: Municipal Hazardous or Special Waste

    Additional Events Whitby Compost Give-Away:

    Whitby WEEE and MHSW: Uxbridge Compost Give-Away:

    Uxbridge WEEE and MHSW:

    Sat., May 7 Sat., Sept. 17 Sat., May 28 Sat., June 18

  • Priorities for the Waste Management Services Division are set in the Annual Servicing and Financing (S&F) Study

    EFW-WMAC may establish working groups to address specific issues as identified in the Annual S&F Study

    Topics outside of the Annual S&F Study can be introduced by Committee members the onus is on the individual member(s) to present the topic(s) and provide follow-up as determined by the Committee

    Servicing and Financing Study

  • 2016 S&F Study Approved Council Direction

    Staff to prepare a business case to evaluate proposed Anaerobic Digestion (AD) system to expand organics processing:

    RFP issued to obtain consulting expertise in AD spring 2016

    Business case preparation and approval to move forward fall 2016

    RFQ and negotiation with Utility partner(s) early 2017

    RFP issued for design, build and operation of AD Facility early 2017

    Project completion late 2018

    Other Programs:

    Clarington Municipal Hazardous and Special Waste (MHSW) Facility operational spring 2017

    Re-use Events in partnership with Not-for-Profit organizations made a permanent program Annual

    Landfill mining pilot (Blackstock) winter 2016

    Provincial Cap and Trade program is currently considering EFW facilities such as the DYEC but is anticipated to exclude landfills early 2017

  • Update Durham York Energy Centre (DYEC)

    Commercial operations began January 2016

    Annual additional source (stack) testing (Durham Region) May 2016

    Public Open House and National Public Works Week Celebration May 14, 2016

    Durham Region Council Report on annual additional source (stack) testing results June 2016

    Durham Region Council Report on Council directed annual ambient air monitoring results June 2016

    Annual regulatory source (stack) testing Fall 2016

  • Moving Forward

    Meetings to reflect all aspects of waste management

    Agendas to follow S&F Study and Regional priorities

    Conduct of members to ensure balanced discussion

    Committee members encouraged to be proactive and participate in EFW-WMAC activities

  • Thank you

    Mirka Januszkiewicz Director, Waste Management Services

    Regional Municipality of Durham mirka.januszkiewicz@durham.ca

    Slide Number 1Terms of Reference (TOR)Durham Region OrganizationSlide Number 4Slide Number 5Slide Number 62016 S&F Study Approved Council DirectionUpdate Durham York Energy Centre (DYEC)Moving Forward Slide Number 10

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