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AUGUST2015WASTEAUDITANDCONSULTANCYSERVICESPOBox1667ROZELLENSW2039Telephone(02)98188267Facsimile(02)98188271www.wasteaudit.com.auStrathfieldGolfClubConstruction,DemolitionandOperationalWasteManagementPlanWasteManagementPlanStrathfieldGolfClub August2015Page|2 Thisreportcontainsconfidentialinformation.IthasbeencompiledbyWasteAuditandConsultancyServices(Aust)PtyLtdonbehalfofAltisArchitecturePtyLtdfortheStrathfieldGolfClub.ThisWasteManagementPlanisnotasubstituteforlegaladviceontherelevantenvironmentallegislation,whichappliestoAltisArchitecturePtyLtd,StrathfieldGolfClub,itscontractorsorotherbodies.Accordingly,WasteAuditandConsultancyServices(Aust)PtyLtdwillnotbeliableforanylossordamagethatmayariseoutofthisproject,otherthanlossordamagecausedasadirectresultofWasteAuditandConsultancyServices(Aust)PtyLtdsnegligence.WasteManagementPlanStrathfieldGolfClub August2015Page|3TableofcontentsTableofcontents...............................................................................................31. Introduction.............................................................................................52. WasteGeneration....................................................................................62.1 WasteStreams...............................................................................................62.2 WasteGenerationEstimates..........................................................................63. WasteManagementSystemsandSpacialRequirements..........................83.1 WasteSystemsandBinRequirements...........................................................83.2 WasteStorage................................................................................................84. WasteManagementSystems.................................................................104.1 Systems.........................................................................................................104.2 Storage.........................................................................................................114.3 Organics........................................................................................................124.4 DisposalofWastes/Recyclables...................................................................124.5 Summaryofmanagementprocess...............................................................135. WasteStreamAcceptanceCriteria.........................................................145.1 AcceptanceCriteria......................................................................................145.2 BinRequirements.........................................................................................146. Education...............................................................................................157. OtherSystems........................................................................................168. OngoingManagement............................................................................179. PublicPlaceRecycling.............................................................................1810. ConstructionandDemolitionEstimatedWasteProfile...........................1910.1 Demolition....................................................................................................1910.2 Construction.................................................................................................2111. C&DWasteManagementStrategy.........................................................2211.1 Wastemanagementprinciples.....................................................................2211.1.1 AvoidandReduce..........................................................................2211.1.2 Reuse..............................................................................................2211.1.3 Recycling........................................................................................2311.1.4 Disposal..........................................................................................2312. WasteManagementSystems.................................................................2412.1 Onsiteandoffsitesystems.........................................................................2412.2 Waste/recyclablesstorage(onsite).............................................................2612.3 Waste/recyclablestreatment(onsite)........................................................27WasteManagementPlanStrathfieldGolfClub August2015Page|412.4 Contractsandpurchasing.............................................................................2712.5 Trainingandeducation.................................................................................27AppendixAWasteManagementEquipment................................................28AppendixBExampleSignage........................................................................31 WasteManagementPlanStrathfieldGolfClub August2015Page|51. IntroductionThisWasteManagementPlan(WMP)hasbeenpreparedonbehalfofAltisArchitecturePtyLtdfortheStrathfieldGolfClubtoaccompanyaDevelopmentApplicationfortheStrathfieldGolfClubdevelopment.ThisPlanhasbeendevelopedwithreferencetoPARTHofStrathfieldCouncilsConsolidatedDevelopmentControlPlan2005WasteMinimisationandManagementPlan(asamendedin2015),hasbeenreferredtointhedevelopmentofthewasteestimatesandrelatedrequirements.TheprojectincludestheconstructionofanewClubhouseandassociatedfacilitiesonasectionofthecurrentgolfcourse(approximately1kmfromthepresentclubhouselocation).Inrelationtothiswastemanagementplan,thekeycomponentsofthenewdevelopmentare ALowerGroundLevelwithaloadingdock,B.O.H,carpark,golfingfacilitiesandgym AnUpperGroundLevelinhabitedbytheClubhousecomprisingsixkeyfunctionalzonesincludinglounges,bar,restaurants,gaming,functionareas,clubadminandbusinesscentre.Wasteauditandmanagement strategiesare recommended fornewdevelopments toprovidesupport for the building design and promote strong sustainability outcomes for the building.All recommendedwastemanagementplanswill complywith councilcodesandanystatutoryrequirements.Thewastemanagementplanhasthreekeyobjectives:1. EnsurewasteismanagedtoreducetheamountofwasteandrecyclablestolandfillbyassistingstaffandpatronsoftheGolfClubtosegregateappropriatematerialsthatcanberecycled;displayingsignagetoremindandencouragerecyclingpractices;andthroughplacementofrecyclingandwastebinstoreinforcethesemessages.2. Recover,reuseandrecyclegeneratedwastewhereverpossible.3. Compliancewithallrelevantcodesandpolicies. WasteManagementPlanStrathfieldGolfClub August2015Page|62. WasteGeneration2.1 WasteStreamsBasedonthedevelopmentprofile,thefollowingwastestreamswouldbeexpected: Cardboardrecycling; Paperrecycling; Comingled(container)recycling; Foodorganicsrecycling;and Generalwaste.Otherwastesmaybegenerated,butthesewouldbeinsmallvolumesandirregularintermsofwhengenerated.2.2 WasteGenerationEstimatesCalculationsforthetypesandquantitiesofwastethatwillbegeneratedarebasedonaveragesforquantityofwastegeneratedandcompositionasdeterminedbyindustrydata(ie.,data/informationprovidedbyWACSwasteauditsconductedinabroadrangeofsectors)aswellasconsiderationofthewastegenerationratesasdetailedinAppendixBofStrathfieldCouncilsConsolidatedDevelopmentControlPlan2005WasteMinimisationandManagementPlan.Inaddition,referencehasalsobeenmadetotheNSWOfficeofEnvironmentandHeritage,ModelWasteNotDevelopmentControlPlan2008,andtheCityofSydneyPolicyforWasteMinimisationinNewDevelopments,2005.ThefollowingtablesshowtheestimatedwastegenerationfortheStrathfieldGolfClubdevelopment.Estimatesforwastesgeneratedfromthecoursemaintenanceactivitieshavenotbeenfactoredintothesewasteestimates.Table1showstheestimatedwastegeneratedfromthedevelopmenttheseestimatesarebasedonaveragesforquantityofwastegeneratedandcompositionasdeterminedbyindustrydata(ie.,data/informationprovidedbyWACSwasteauditsconductedinabroadrangeofsectors)aswellasconsiderationofwastegenerationratesasdetailedbyStrathfieldCouncilandintheCityofSydneyPolicyforWasteMinimisationinNewDevelopments,2005.ManagementaspectshaveincorporatedStrathfieldCouncilguidelines.Itisestimatedthatthedevelopmentwillgenerateatotalof1,280kilogramsor9,450litresofwasteandrecyclablesperweek(thisistotal).WasteManagementPlanStrathfieldGolfClub August2015Page|7Table1Wastegenerationestimate kg/week L/weekPaper/Cardboard 280 2,500Foodorganics 350 1,400Comingledrecycling 350 2,100Generalwaste 300 3,450Total 1,280 9,450Notes: CalculationsarebasedontheactivitylevelsasadvisedbyStrathfieldGolfClub Thelevelofactivitymaydeclineduringnonpeakperiodsandincreaseduringtheotherpartsoftheyearcalculationsareaverages Theweightsandvolumesarebasedoncorrectsegregationofwasteandrecyclablesoccurs Thecalculationsallowforthecommercialcollectionoffoodorganics.However,anoptioncouldbetoimplementasystemwherethereisonsitecomposting. Iffoodorganicssystemisnotimplemented,thenthiswillbedivertedtothegeneralwastestream WasteManagementPlanStrathfieldGolfClub August2015Page|83. WasteManagementSystemsandSpacialRequirements3.1 WasteSystemsandBinRequirementsThefollowingtableshowtherecommendedsystemsrequiredtomanagetheestimatedwasteprofileasdetailedintheabovetableforthedevelopment.Thesystemsrefertothedock/basementsystemratherthantheinternalbinsthatmaybeusedwithinthedevelopment.Thefollowingtableshowtherecommendedsystemsrequiredtomanagetheestimatedwasteprofileasdetailedintheabovetableforthedevelopment.Thesystemsrefertothedock/basementsystemratherthantheinternalbinsthatmaybeusedwithinthedevelopment.While120and240litremobilegarbagebinshavebeenusedforthecalculations,otherbinssuchas660/1100couldbeimplemented.Table2WasteSystems(twice/weekclearance)WasteStream No.ofBinsClearanceFrequency/weekCapacity(weekly)Estimatedvolume/weekFootprintperbin(m2)TotalFootprintBintypePaper/CardboardRecycling240LMGB6 2 2,880 2,500 0.43 2.58FoodOrganics 120LMGB6 2 1,440 1,400 0.27 1.62ComingleRecycling240LMGB5 2 2,400 2,100 0.43 2.15GeneralWaste 240LMGB8 2 3,840 3,450 0.43 3.44TOTAL 25 10,560 9,450 9.8Basedontheestimatesofwastegenerationandthenumberofbinsrequired(withatwice/weekcollectionschedule),aswellasallowing30%spaceforbinmovement,theminimumsizeofthisstoragefacilityshouldbeapproximately13.0m2.3.2 WasteStorageThefollowingdiagramillustratesthewastestorageareathatislocatedontheLowerGroundFloor.20m3ofspacehasbeenallocatedinthedesignofthisdevelopment.Basedonthecalculationsforbinrequirements(andspaceforbinmovement),thisspaceallocationissufficientforbinstorageandbinwashing.Inaddition,ithasspaceforadditionalwastematerialsshouldtheybegeneratedaswellascontingenciesshouldacollectionbemissed.WasteManagementPlanStrathfieldGolfClub August2015Page|9 WasteManagementPlanStrathfieldGolfClub August2015Page|104. WasteManagementSystemsThefollowingaresomeofStrathfieldCouncilsrequirementsand/orwhatisconsideredindustrynormsthathavebeenconsideredinthefinalisationofthewastestoragearea1.1. Forundergroundcollection,awastecollectionpointistobeprovidedwithinthefirstlevelofthebasementandvehiclesmustenterandexitthesiteinaforwarddirection.2. Wastestorageroomsshallbesituatedinapositionforeasyaccessandremovalofbinsandshallbeventilated,havefloordrainage,lightingandwatersupply.3. Provideaccesstoawatersupplyforthecleaningofbinsandthewastestoragearea(s).Wastewateristobedischargedtothesewer.4. Ensurethebintransferroutetothecollectionpointdoesnotexceedagradeof1:14wherebinsizesarelessthan360litre.5. BinswillbeprovidedatpointsofgenerationtoencourageGolfClubstaffandpatronstoseparatematerialscorrectly.Dependingonthematerialandquantitygenerated,mobilegarbagebinsmaybelocatedintheseareas,alternativelythecontentsofthesebinswillbedecantedintothemobilegarbagebin,orbinlinersremovedandtakentothewastestorageareaanddepositedintothecorrectbin.Notealsothatarearliftcollectionvehicle(whichcanservicebinsrangingfrom120litresto1100litre),isapproximately3.8metresinheight2.Thereforeaheightof4.5metresistobeprovided.TheTrafficEngineerhasmodelledthisandapprovedtheheightandcapacityforthevehicletoenterandexitthesite.4.1 SystemsThefollowingsummarisestherecommendedwasteandrecyclingsystemsthatwillbeimplemented.TheserecommendationsarebasedonStrathfieldCouncilsrequirementsandsystemsimplementedforsimilardevelopments.AllGolfClubstaffwillbebriefedontheproperuseofwastemanagementsystemandtherecyclingstreamswillbemonitoredandreportedbycleaners/buildingmanagementasitisimperativethattherecyclingstreamremainfreeofcontaminationtoensurecompliancewithStrathfieldCouncilsand/orcontractorcollectionprotocols.StaffandGolfClubuserswillbeencouragedtomaximisetheseparationofgeneralwasteandmixedrecyclablestoaidtheproperdisposalofallmaterials.Wasteandrecyclingcollectionserviceswillbeprovidedbyacommercialwastecontractor(TBA).UtilisingacommercialwastecontractoraffordstheGolfClubgreaterflexibilityregardingcollectionschedulesandtheappropriatecollectionfrequencieswillbedeterminedinconsultationwiththe1StrathfieldCouncilsConsolidatedDevelopmentControlPlan2005WasteMinimisationandManagementPlan2 Strathfield Councils publication states 3.6metres in height, but this does notmeet normal industrystandardvehiclesthatwouldbeusedwithinthistypeofdevelopment.WasteManagementPlanStrathfieldGolfClub August2015Page|11wastecontractoronceappointedatpresent,thisisplannedtobetwiceweeklyhoweveronceoperational,collectionschedulesmayneedtobeadjustedaccordinglydependingonactualwastegeneration.AppendixAcontainsillustrationsofbins(andotherwastemanagementequipment),thatcouldbeusedwithintheGolfClub.ThepicturesprovideexamplesofthedifferentoptionsforequipmentsuchasMGB,tugsfortransportingbins,trolleyunitandawheeliesafetrolley.Signagewillbeacrucialelementofthewastemanagementsystem.AppendixBcontainsexamplesofsignage.ThesearethetypeofsignsthatshouldbeusedthroughouttheGolfClubandwastestoragearea.OthersignscanbeaccessedfromtheNSWEPAwebsiteat:http://www.epa.nsw.gov.au/wastetools/signsposterssymbols.htm.4.2 StorageInkeepingwithbestpracticesustainabilityprograms,allwasteareasandwasteandrecyclingbinswillbeclearlydifferentiatedthroughappropriatesignageandcolourcodingtoAustraliaStandardstoreflectthematerialscontained.Therewillbeaneedtoensurethatthereissufficientspacetoallowforbinmovement.Asageneralrule,itisrecommendedthatanadditional30%oftheestimatedfootprintforbinsbeallocatedtothisandthishasbeenfactoredintothewastestorageareaspacecalculations.ThewasteareaswillbeaccessedbytheGolfClubstaffand/orcleaningstaffonly.Thewasteandrecyclingbinswillbecolourcodedandclearlysigned.Eachstreamwillbelocatedinadesignatedarea.Thiswillassistineasyidentificationofcorrectbinsbythosewithauthorisedaccess.Photographs1&2ExamplesofwasteroomcolourcodingThewasteandrecyclingstorageareaswillhavethefollowingfeatures: Washbayfacilitiesthereisabinwashfacilityprovided. Ventilation:ThebinstorageroomswillbemechanicallyexhaustedasrequiredbyAS1668.2 VerminPrevention: ThebinstorageroomswillfeaturetightlyfitteddoorsWasteManagementPlanStrathfieldGolfClub August2015Page|12 Openingwillbeverminproof Buildingmanagementistoensurethataspartofthecleaningand/orwastecontract,thatthewasteareaandequipmentiscleanedonaregularbasisandthatthebinlidsarekeptclosed CleanersandstaffaretoensurethatbinlidsareclosedwhenunattendedOccupationalHealthandSafetyissuessuchasslipperyfloorsinwasteroomsandtheweightofthewasteandrecyclingreceptacleswillneedtobemonitored.Cleanerswillmonitorthebinstorageareaandallspillswillbeattendedtoimmediatelybycleaners.Thematerialsandfinishesforthewaste/recyclingstorageareasareasfollows:Floor Structuralconcreteslabwithsmoothepoxytoppingfinishwithcovedwallandfloorjunctions.Gradeddrainstoapprovedsewerconnectionssubjecttofinaldesign.Walls MasonrywallsCeiling StructuralconcreteslaboverLighting BasebuildinglightingWaterSupply Hosecocksandhoseconnectionswhichsupplywarmwater4.3 OrganicsOrganicwastewillbedepositeddirectlyinto120litreMGBatthepointofgeneration.TheseMGBwillthenbetransportedtothestorageroom.Thisistoavoidodourgeneration.4.4 DisposalofWastes/RecyclablesThefollowingsummarisesthedisposalpathwayforthewastesandrecyclablesgeneratedoncetheGolfClubisoperationalfollowingthedevelopment.Notethoughthatthismanagementsummarycannotspecifytheactuallocationsuntilthewaste/recyclingcontractorisappointed.Table3WasteManagementSystemsTypeofmaterial DestinationPaper/Cardboard TransportedtoarecyclingfacilityforrecyclingbytheappointedcontractorFoodorganicsTransportedtoaorganicsprocessingfacilityforprocessingbytheappointedcontractor,ordisposedofviathegeneralwastestreamComingledrecycling TransportedtoarecyclingfacilityforrecyclingbytheappointedcontractorWasteManagementPlanStrathfieldGolfClub August2015Page|13Typeofmaterial DestinationGeneralwaste Transportedtoalandfillfordisposal4.5 SummaryofmanagementprocessThefollowingsummarisesthemanagementsystemforthewastesandrecyclablesfortheGolfClub.AllwastesandrecyclablesthatarecollectedfromtheGroundFloorwillbetransportedtotheLowerGroundfloorbyGolfCluband/orcleaningstaffviathelift.Table4WastesystemsStream System CommentCardboardrecycling 240LMGBsStaffandGolfClubusersseparatepaper/cardboardmaterialstodepositdirectlyintobins.GolfClubstafforCleanerstotransferbins/linersfromthepointsofgenerationtothewastestorageareaforcollection.Foodorganics 120LMGBsStaff separatefoodwastematerialsinBOH/kitchenareasandthendepositmaterialdirectlyinto120LMGBs.GolfClubstafforCleanerstotransferbins/linersfromthepointsofgenerationtothewastestorageareaforcollection.ComingledRecycling 240LMGBsStaffandGolfClub users separatecomingledmaterialsandthendepositdirectlyinto240LMGBs.GolfClubstafforCleanerstotransferbins/linersfromthepointsofgenerationtothewastestorageareaforcollection.GeneralWaste 240LMGBsStaffandGolfClub users separategeneralwasteandthendepositdirectlyinto240LMGBs.GolfClubstafforCleanerstotransferbins/linersfromthepointsofgenerationtothewastestorageareaforcollection. WasteManagementPlanStrathfieldGolfClub August2015Page|145. WasteStreamAcceptanceCriteria5.1 AcceptanceCriteriaGeneralWaste:Generalwastebinswillbe240LMGBs. The lids and signage shouldbe colourcoded red. Thegeneralwastestreamdoesnotincludehazardousmaterial(suchasbatteries,fluorescentlighttubes,lightbulbsand/ortonercartridges),recyclablematerialorelectronicequipmentsuchascomputers,TVsandmobilephones.Comingled(MixedRecycling):Thecomingledrecyclingsystemwillbe240LMGBsandshouldacceptallrecyclableplasticcontainers,aluminiumcontainers,glassbottlesandsteelcansin.Comingledrecyclingbinlidsandsignageshouldbecolourcodedyellow.Paper/cardboardRecycling:Allpaperandcardboard(excludingwaxedcardboard)willbedepositedinto240LMGBswhichhaveabluebinlidandsignage.OrganicsRecycling:Allpaperandcardboard(excludingwaxedcardboard)willbedepositedinto120LMGBswhichhaveaburgundybodyandbinlidandsignage5.2 BinRequirementsContainerslocatedwithinthedevelopmentforwasteandrecyclingshouldbeconsistent.ThefollowingtableoutlinesthecolourcodingthathasbeendevelopedbyStandardsAustralia.Table5StandardsAustraliawaste/recyclingcontainercolourcodingWasteStream BinBodyColour LidColourPaperRecycling Blue BlueCardboardRecycling Green BlueFoodOrganics Burgundy BurgundyCommingledRecycling Green YellowGeneralWaste Green RedWasteManagementPlanStrathfieldGolfClub August2015Page|156. EducationAllGoldClubandcleaningstaffwillreceiveinformationregardingthewastecollectionsystemsincludinghowtousethesystem,whichitemsareappropriateforeachstreamandcollectionregimes.Appropriatesignageandupdatedinformationwillalsobeprovided.Allwastereceptacleswillbeappropriatelysignedandadditionalroomsignageisusuallyprovidedfrommostwastecontractorsduringimplementationofthewastecontract.ExamplesofsignageisincludedinAppendixB.Itisrecommendedthatallsignsshould; Clearlyidentifythewaste/recyclingstream; Usecorrectwaste/recyclingstreamcolourcoding; Identifywhatcanandcannotbedisposedofinthereceptacle;and IncludehighlyvisualelementstoaccommodateforindividualswithinadequateEnglishliteracy. Aspartofthestaffinductionprocess,awasteandrecyclingtoolkitwillbeprovided.Thistoolkitwillincludethedetailsofeachofthesystemsinplace;acceptancecriteriaforeachstreamandhoweachstreamismanaged.Onamonthlybasiswasteandrecyclingperformancereportswillbereportedbacktostaffsothattheyareawareoftheirperformanceandareasforimprovement.Anactivewastemonitoringprogramwillbeemployed.Thewasteandcleaningcontractswillensurethatcontractorsactivelyparticipateinthewastereductionprogramforthesiteandmeetmonthlytoidentifyperformanceandnewopportunitiesfordiversionandavoidance. WasteManagementPlanStrathfieldGolfClub August2015Page|167. OtherSystemsInadditiontothediversionsystemthatwillbeimplemented,otherwastediversionandminimisationpracticesmayalsobeimplemented.FluorescentLightTubesAfluorescentlighttuberecyclingstreammayberequireddependingonthecontractualarrangementsforreplacinglighttubes.Recyclingofusedfluorescentlighttubescouldbeacontractualrequirementoftheelectricianresponsibleforservicingthelights.Alternativelyiflightsareservicesusinginhousestaffafluorescentlighttuberecyclingreceptacleshouldbelocatedintherecyclingarea.TonerCartridgesAtonercartridgerecyclingbin/boxshouldbeplacedinkeyprintingareastocaptureusedcartridges.Thesecanberecycledonanasneededbasis.EWasteElectronicequipmentshouldberecycledonanasneededbasis.MobilePhonesMobilephonescanbecollectedinsecurereceptaclesatcentralisedcollectionpoints.Alternatively,boxescontainingpostagesatchelscanbeplacedincentralisedareasforuseasneeded. WasteManagementPlanStrathfieldGolfClub August2015Page|178. OngoingManagementHavingsuitablesystemsinplaceisonlyoneelementofaneffectivewastemanagementsystem.Compliancebyallstakeholdersisessential.Cleanersareakeyelementintheeffectivenessofthesystemsinplace.Priortoacceptanceofthecleaningcontract,thecontractorwillberequiredtodemonstratehowthemanagementofwasteandrecyclingwillbecarriedoutsoastoensurethatsegregatedmaterialsareplacedinthecorrectsystems.Thisprocesswillbeagreedandatrainingprogramimplementedbythecleaningcontractortoensurefullunderstandingbyallcleaners.Monitoringofthesystemwillbecarriedoutbythecleaningsupervisorandsitemanagementthroughoutthetermofthecontract.Inaddition,cleanerswillberequiredtofeedbacktositemanagementanynoncomplianceissuestheyobserveduringtheircleaningactivities.Thismayincludecontaminationofrecycling;nonparticipationintherecyclingsystem,ormissingordamagedbins.Inthiswayissuescanbepromptlydealtwithbymanagement.Wasteandrecyclingcontractorswillberequiredtoreportactualvolumescollectedbystreamsothatsitemanagementcanmonitorperformanceandfeedthisbacktostakeholders.Itishighlyrecommendedthatabasicreportingprogrambesetupatthesitewhichwouldincludebintallysheetsthatdetailthenumberofbinscollectedandhowfulltheyareatthetimeofcollection,inadditiontocommunicationprocedurestoallowwastecontractorstoprovidefeedbackregardingcontaminationandleakage.Allstaffshouldbeeducatedandmadeawareofanychangestotheexistingwastesystems.Ifapublicplacerecyclingsystemwasimplementeditwouldneedtobeaccompaniedbyclearsignageandcolourcodingtohelpdifferentiatethesystems.Itislikelythatstaffwouldalsoberequiredtoinformthepublicaboutthesystemsandtoguidetheirwastedisposalpractices.Additionally,noticesandinformationsheetscouldbeplacedonpublicnoticeboardsinformingthepublicofthechangesattheGolfClub. WasteManagementPlanStrathfieldGolfClub August2015Page|189. PublicPlaceRecyclingWithpublicopenspaces,considerationneedstobetakenregardingpublicplacerecycling(PPR).Generalwasteandrecyclingfacilitieswillbeprovidedinpublicrealmareasthroughouttheprecinct.ThefinalnumberofbinswillbedeterminedinconsultationwithParramattaCityCouncilandGolfClubmanagement.Simple,colourcodedandconsistentrepresentationofcommonrecyclingandwastestreamsmakesiteasierforpeopletoknowhowandwhattorecyclewhetheratwork,schoolorapublicevent.Introducingapublicrecyclingsystemhasenvironmental,socialandfinancialbenefitsincluding: RespondingtocommunityexpectationstoDotheRightThing. Reducingtheamountofwastesenttolandfillandrecoveringvaluableresourcestobemadeintonewproducts. Financialbenefitsovertimeasmaterialsaredivertedfromlandfillandintorecycling. ImprovingthecompetitiveedgeoftheGolfClubintheeyesofusersandotherstakeholders. Contributingtotriplebottomlinereporting.Itisimportantthatgeneralwasteandrecyclingbinsarealwayslocatedtogetherinordertomakerecyclingasaccessibleasgeneralwastedisposal.Recyclingbinsshouldneverbelocatedontheirowninisolationfromageneralwastebinaspatronsarelikelytocontaminatetherecyclingbinwithgeneralwasteifthereisnootheroptiontodisposetheirgeneralwaste.Theimplementationoforganicsrecyclingbinsisnotrecommendedinpublicplacesduetothehighlevelsofcontaminationcommonlyobservedinsuchsystems.Allbinsshouldbeclearlysignedandappropriatelycolourcodedtoensurethestreamsarereadilyidentifiable.SignageforPPRshouldbe: Colourcoded:redforgeneralwasteandyellowforrecycling Largeandeasilyviewedfromallangles:thismaymeanthatsignsareplacedonallsidesofthebinorabovethebin. Simple:dontusejargon(wordssuchasPET,comingled,HDPEandeventherecyclingtrianglecanbeconfusingasthissymbolcanappearonanumberofitemsthatarenotnecessarilyrecyclable. UnambiguousandusesvisualimageryAllpublicdomainwasteandrecyclingbinswillbemanagedandcollectedbytheappointedwastecontractoraspartoftheirexistingwasteandrecyclingoperations.WasteManagementPlanStrathfieldGolfClub August2015Page|1910. ConstructionandDemolitionEstimatedWasteProfile10.1 DemolitionThe testing and classification of any excavated material is not covered in this report. Wherenecessaryseparatespecialisttestingwillbeconductedbytheprojectmanagers.Ifacidsulphatesoilsarepresentonsite,aseparatemanagementplanwillneedtobepreparedforhandlinganddisposalofsuchsoil.Thefollowingtabledetailstheestimatedcompositionbym2ofdemolitionwastetobegenerated.Table6Compositionofdemolitionwastebym3Material Volume(m3)Othermixedwaste 50Concrete 50Electrical 5Metals 10Plasterboard 50Plastics 30Timber 60ExcavatedSoil(surplustoreuseongolfcourse) 0Totaldemolition 255Notes:1. Adetailedquantitysurveyhasnotyetbeenconductedandthusallestimatedquantitiesmaychangeandshouldbeusedasaguideonlyatthispoint.It isestimatedthatapproximately255 m3 of waste will be generated during the demolition/excavation phase of thedevelopment.2. Anaimoftheproject isthatallexcavatedmaterialwillbereusedonsite,eitheraspartofthesiteworksassociatedwiththenewbuildingorelsewhereonthegolfcourse.3. The quantities of demolition materials have been estimated using industry guides forpredictingwastequantities.Thefigures inthetableaboveareestimatesandareusedasaguidefordesigningthewastemanagementsystemsonsite.Thesystemsthatwillbeputinplace will need to incorporate flexibility to allow for variation in the total quantitiesgenerated.WasteManagementPlanStrathfieldGolfClub August2015Page|20 WasteManagementPlanStrathfieldGolfClub August2015Page|2110.2 ConstructionThequantityofwastematerialstobegeneratedonsiteareestimatesandthereforethesystemsthatwill be put in place need to incorporate flexibility to allow for variation in the total quantitiesgenerated.Activesitemanagementduring theconstructionphasewillensureallwaste/recyclablematerialsaredisposedofappropriatelyand thatallwaste receptaclesareofsufficientcapacity tomanageonsiteactivities.Table 7 Composition of Construction below details the estimated composition by m2 ofconstructionwastetobegeneratedforthetotalsite.Table7CompositionofConstructionwastebym2Material Volume(m2)Timber 30Plasterboard 35Concrete 50Metal 10Carpet 10Mixedwaste(recyclable) 50Mixedwaste(nonrecyclable) 100Total 285 WasteManagementPlanStrathfieldGolfClub August2015Page|2211. C&DWasteManagementStrategy11.1 WastemanagementprinciplesThefollowingwastehierarchywillbeusedasaguidingprinciple:11.1.1 AvoidandReduceMinimisetheproductionofwastematerialsintheconstructionprocessby: Assessing and taking into consideration the resultantwaste fromdifferentdesignandconstructionoptions Purchasingmaterials thatwill result in lesswaste,whichhaveminimalpackaging,areprecutorfabricated. Notoverorderingproductsandmaterials11.1.2 ReuseEnsurethatwhereeverpossible,materialsarereusedeitheronsiteoroffsite: Identifyallwasteproductsthatcanbereused Putsystemsinplacetoseparateandstorereusableitems Identify the potential applications for reuse both onsite and offsite and facilitatereuseWasteManagementPlanStrathfieldGolfClub August2015Page|2311.1.3 RecyclingIdentifyallrecyclablewasteproductstobeproducedonsite: Providesystemsforseparatingandstockpilingofrecyclables Provideclearsignagetoensurerecyclablematerialsareseparated ProcessthematerialforrecyclingeitheronsiteoroffsiteNote: In somecases itmaybemoreeconomical to send theunsortedwaste to specialisedwastecontractorswhowillseparateandrecyclematerialsatanoffsitelocation.11.1.4 DisposalWasteproductswhichcannotbereusedorrecycledwillberemovedanddisposedof. Thefollowingwillneedtobeconsidered: EnsurethechosenwastedisposalcontractorcomplieswithOEHrequirements Implementregularcollectionofbins WasteManagementPlanStrathfieldGolfClub August2015Page|2412. WasteManagementSystems12.1 OnsiteandoffsitesystemsFinalisationofthesystem(s)thatwillbeimplementedfortherecoveryofmaterialsandfordisposalof others to landfill will occur following appointment of contractor(s). A component of theappointmentwillbethatcontactorswillberequiredtoprovidedataastothedisposalpathway(eg.,materials,volumesandfinaldisposalsite),aswellasavalidationprocessforthisinformation.Theappointedcontractor(s)willalsoberesponsibleforsourcingspecialityrecyclingfacilitiesforthematerialsthatcannotbereusedonsite.ThewastemanagementsystemsproposedinthetablebelowareasperCouncilrequirements:Table8WasteManagementsystemsDemolitionMaterialsonsite DestinationTypeofmaterialEstimatedvolume(m2)Onsite(Reuseorrecycle)Offsite(Recyclingcontractor)Disposal(Contractorandsite)Othermixedwaste 50 SeparatedwherepossibleandtakentospecialistrecyclingfacilityRemaindertoappropriatelandfillfacilitybycontractorConcrete 50ProvidedtocontractorstouseasfillmaterialforotherconstructionactivitiesSeparatedwherepossibleandtakentospecialistrecyclingfacilityRemaindertoappropriatelandfillfacilitybycontractorElectrical 5 SortedandreusedwhereappropriateSeparatedwherepossibleandtakentospecialistrecyclingfacilityNilMetals 10 SortedandreusedwhereappropriateSeparatedwherepossibleandtakentospecialistrecyclingfacilityNilPlasterboard 50 SeparatedwherepossibleandtakentospecialistrecyclingfacilityRemaindertoappropriatelandfillfacilitybycontractorPlastics 30 SeparatedwherepossibleandtakentospecialistrecyclingfacilityRemaindertoappropriatelandfillfacilitybycontractorWasteManagementPlanStrathfieldGolfClub August2015Page|25Materialsonsite DestinationTimber 60RetainedonsiteforbuildingmaterialsorformworkwherepossibleduringconstructionProvidedtocontractorstouseforotherconstructionactivitiesRemovedduringdemolitionand/ordisposedatlandfillbycontractorSoil 50Retainedonsiteforbuildingworksand/oruseonthegolfcourseNil NilTotaldemolition 305 Table9WasteManagementSystemsconstructionMaterialsonsite DestinationTypeofmaterialEstimatedvolume(m2)Onsite(Reuseorrecycle)Offsite(Recyclingcontractor)Disposal(Contractorandsite)Timber 30 FormworkorlandscapingStockpiledandcollectedasrequiredbyspecialtytimberrecyclingcontractorTBAPlasterboard 35 StockpiledandreturnedtosupplierwherepossibleforrecyclingTBAConcrete 50 LandscapingStockpiledandcollectedbyconcreterecyclingcontractorTBABricks 500 LandscapingStockpiledandreturnedtosupplierwherepossibleforreuse/reprocessingTBAMetal 10 StockpiledandcollectedasrequiredbyspecialtymetalrecyclingcontractorTBAWasteManagementPlanStrathfieldGolfClub August2015Page|26Materialsonsite DestinationTypeofmaterialEstimatedvolume(m2)Onsite(Reuseorrecycle)Offsite(Recyclingcontractor)Disposal(Contractorandsite)Carpet 10 StockpiledandcollectedbycarpetrecyclingcontractorTBAMixedwaste(recyclable) 50 Separateonsiteintodedicatedreceptacles.Collectedbythewastesubcontractorforrecycling.FacilityTBAuponappointmentofcontractor.TBAMixedwaste(nonrecyclable) 100 CollectedbycontractoranddisposedatappropriatelandfillTBATotal 285 Note: The quantities of construction and demolitionwastematerials have been estimated usingindustry guides for predicting waste quantities3. The figures in Table 8 and Table 9 above areestimates and are used as a guide for designing thewastemanagement systems on site. Thesefigureswillbeadjustedaccordingtothefinalbuildingmaterialselectionandquantities.Thewastemanagementsystemswillbeadjustedasnecessary.12.2 Waste/recyclablesstorage(onsite)Allwaste and recyclingmaterialswill be stored in bins provided by the appointed contractor(s).Thesebinswillbeappropriatelycolouredandsignedtoindicatewhatmaterialsaretobedepositedintothemandlocatedsoastomaximisetherecoveryofreusable/recyclablematerials.3McGregorEnvironmentalServices(2000)PredictingC&DwastequantitiesintheInnerSydneyWasteBoardWasteManagementPlanStrathfieldGolfClub August2015Page|2712.3 Waste/recyclablestreatment(onsite)There will be no treatment of wastes or recyclables onsite except for possible removal ofcontaminantspriortoforwardingtooffsiterecyclers.12.4 ContractsandpurchasingEachsubcontractorworkingonthesitewillberequiredtoadheretothisWasteManagementPlan.TheHeadContractorwillensureeachsubcontractor: Takespracticalmeasurestopreventwastebeinggeneratedfromtheirwork Implementsprocedurestoensurewasteresultingfromtheirworkwillbeactivelymanagedandwherepossible recycled,aspartof theoverall site recycling strategyor separatelyasappropriate Ensures that the rightquantitiesofmaterialsareordered,minimallypackagedandwherepracticalprefabricated.Anyoversuppliedmaterialsarereturnedtothesupplier Implementssourceseparationofoffcutstofacilitatereuse,resaleorrecycling.TheSiteManagerwillberesponsiblefor: Ensuringthereisasecurelocationforonsitestorageofmaterialstobereusedonsite,andforseparatedmaterialsforrecyclingoffsite. Engaging appropriate waste and recycling contractors to remove waste and recyclingmaterialsfromthesite Cocoordinatingbetweensubcontractors,tomaximiseonsitereuseofmaterials Monitoring of bins on a regular basis by site supervisors to detect any contamination orleakage Ensuringthesitehasclearsignsdirectingstafftotheappropriatelocationforrecyclingandstockpilingstation/s.Andthateachbin/skip/stockpileisclearlysignposted ProvingtrainingtoallsiteemployeesandsubcontractorsinregardstotheWMPasdetailedbelow.Should a subcontractor cause a bin to be significantly contaminated, the SiteManagerwill beadvisedbyanonconformancereportprocedure.Theoffendingsubcontractorwillthenberequiredtotakecorrectiveaction,attheirowncost.ThenonconformanceprocesswouldbemanagedbytheHeadContractorsQualityManagementSystems.12.5 TrainingandeducationAllsiteemployeesandsubcontractorswillberequiredtoattendasitespecific induction thatwilloutline the components of the WMP and explain the site specific practicalities of the wastereductionandrecyclingstrategiesoutlinedintheWMP.Allemployeesaretohaveaclearunderstandingofwhichproductsarebeingreused/recycledonsiteandwheretheyarestockpiled.Theyarealsotobemadeawareofwastereductioneffortsinregardstopackaging.Thesitemanagerwillposteducationalsignageinrelationtherecyclingactivitiesonsiteinbreakoutareas,lunchroomsetc.Toolbox sessions will be used to highlight waste management issues and provide feedback oncompliance.WasteManagementPlanStrathfieldGolfClub August2015Page|28AppendixAWasteManagementEquipmentThefollowingdiagramsillustratecoloursandsizesofdifferentbinsthatcouldbeusedwithinthedevelopment.Figure1MGBbinFigure2MGBbinFigure3IndicativesizeofMGBWasteManagementPlanStrathfieldGolfClub August2015Page|29Figures4,5,6and7BinmoversandtugsWasteManagementPlanStrathfieldGolfClub August2015Page|30 WasteManagementPlanStrathfieldGolfClub August2015Page|31AppendixBExampleSignageWasteManagementPlanStrathfieldGolfClub August2015Page|32

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