Strathfield Golf Club AUGUST 2015 Golf Club Construction, Demolition and Operational Waste Management Plan Waste Management Plan – Strathfield Golf Club August 2015

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<ul><li><p>AUGUST2015</p><p>WASTEAUDITANDCONSULTANCYSERVICESPOBox1667ROZELLENSW2039Telephone(02)98188267Facsimile(02)98188271www.wasteaudit.com.au</p><p>StrathfieldGolfClub</p><p>Construction,DemolitionandOperationalWaste</p><p>ManagementPlan</p></li><li><p>WasteManagementPlanStrathfieldGolfClub August2015</p><p>Page|2</p><p>Thisreportcontainsconfidentialinformation.IthasbeencompiledbyWasteAuditandConsultancyServices(Aust)PtyLtdonbehalfofAltisArchitecturePtyLtdforthe</p><p>StrathfieldGolfClub.</p><p>ThisWasteManagementPlanisnotasubstituteforlegaladviceontherelevantenvironmentallegislation,whichappliestoAltisArchitecturePtyLtd,StrathfieldGolf</p><p>Club,itscontractorsorotherbodies.Accordingly,WasteAuditandConsultancyServices(Aust)PtyLtdwillnotbeliableforanylossordamagethatmayariseoutofthisproject,otherthanlossordamagecausedasadirectresultofWasteAuditandConsultancy</p><p>Services(Aust)PtyLtdsnegligence.</p></li><li><p>WasteManagementPlanStrathfieldGolfClub August2015</p><p>Page|3</p><p>TableofcontentsTableofcontents...............................................................................................31. Introduction.............................................................................................52. WasteGeneration....................................................................................6</p><p>2.1 WasteStreams...............................................................................................62.2 WasteGenerationEstimates..........................................................................6</p><p>3. WasteManagementSystemsandSpacialRequirements..........................83.1 WasteSystemsandBinRequirements...........................................................83.2 WasteStorage................................................................................................8</p><p>4. WasteManagementSystems.................................................................104.1 Systems.........................................................................................................104.2 Storage.........................................................................................................114.3 Organics........................................................................................................124.4 DisposalofWastes/Recyclables...................................................................124.5 Summaryofmanagementprocess...............................................................13</p><p>5. WasteStreamAcceptanceCriteria.........................................................145.1 AcceptanceCriteria......................................................................................145.2 BinRequirements.........................................................................................14</p><p>6. Education...............................................................................................157. OtherSystems........................................................................................168. OngoingManagement............................................................................179. PublicPlaceRecycling.............................................................................1810. ConstructionandDemolitionEstimatedWasteProfile...........................19</p><p>10.1 Demolition....................................................................................................1910.2 Construction.................................................................................................21</p><p>11. C&amp;DWasteManagementStrategy.........................................................2211.1 Wastemanagementprinciples.....................................................................22</p><p>11.1.1 AvoidandReduce..........................................................................2211.1.2 Reuse..............................................................................................2211.1.3 Recycling........................................................................................2311.1.4 Disposal..........................................................................................23</p><p>12. WasteManagementSystems.................................................................2412.1 Onsiteandoffsitesystems.........................................................................2412.2 Waste/recyclablesstorage(onsite).............................................................2612.3 Waste/recyclablestreatment(onsite)........................................................27</p></li><li><p>WasteManagementPlanStrathfieldGolfClub August2015</p><p>Page|4</p><p>12.4 Contractsandpurchasing.............................................................................2712.5 Trainingandeducation.................................................................................27</p><p>AppendixAWasteManagementEquipment................................................28AppendixBExampleSignage........................................................................31</p></li><li><p>WasteManagementPlanStrathfieldGolfClub August2015</p><p>Page|5</p><p>1. IntroductionThisWasteManagementPlan(WMP)hasbeenpreparedonbehalfofAltisArchitecturePtyLtdfortheStrathfieldGolfClubtoaccompanyaDevelopmentApplicationfortheStrathfieldGolfClubdevelopment.</p><p>ThisPlanhasbeendevelopedwithreferencetoPARTHofStrathfieldCouncilsConsolidatedDevelopmentControlPlan2005WasteMinimisationandManagementPlan(asamendedin2015),hasbeenreferredtointhedevelopmentofthewasteestimatesandrelatedrequirements.</p><p>TheprojectincludestheconstructionofanewClubhouseandassociatedfacilitiesonasectionofthecurrentgolfcourse(approximately1kmfromthepresentclubhouselocation).Inrelationtothiswastemanagementplan,thekeycomponentsofthenewdevelopmentare</p><p> ALowerGroundLevelwithaloadingdock,B.O.H,carpark,golfingfacilitiesandgym</p><p> AnUpperGroundLevelinhabitedbytheClubhousecomprisingsixkeyfunctionalzonesincludinglounges,bar,restaurants,gaming,functionareas,clubadminandbusinesscentre.</p><p>Wasteauditandmanagement strategiesare recommended fornewdevelopments toprovidesupport for the building design and promote strong sustainability outcomes for the building.All recommendedwastemanagementplanswill complywith councilcodesandanystatutoryrequirements.Thewastemanagementplanhasthreekeyobjectives:</p><p>1. EnsurewasteismanagedtoreducetheamountofwasteandrecyclablestolandfillbyassistingstaffandpatronsoftheGolfClubtosegregateappropriatematerialsthatcanberecycled;displayingsignagetoremindandencouragerecyclingpractices;andthroughplacementofrecyclingandwastebinstoreinforcethesemessages.</p><p>2. Recover,reuseandrecyclegeneratedwastewhereverpossible.</p><p>3. Compliancewithallrelevantcodesandpolicies.</p></li><li><p>WasteManagementPlanStrathfieldGolfClub August2015</p><p>Page|6</p><p>2. WasteGeneration2.1 WasteStreams</p><p>Basedonthedevelopmentprofile,thefollowingwastestreamswouldbeexpected:</p><p> Cardboardrecycling;</p><p> Paperrecycling;</p><p> Comingled(container)recycling;</p><p> Foodorganicsrecycling;and</p><p> Generalwaste.</p><p>Otherwastesmaybegenerated,butthesewouldbeinsmallvolumesandirregularintermsofwhengenerated.</p><p>2.2 WasteGenerationEstimates</p><p>Calculationsforthetypesandquantitiesofwastethatwillbegeneratedarebasedonaveragesforquantityofwastegeneratedandcompositionasdeterminedbyindustrydata(ie.,data/informationprovidedbyWACSwasteauditsconductedinabroadrangeofsectors)aswellasconsiderationofthewastegenerationratesasdetailedinAppendixBofStrathfieldCouncilsConsolidatedDevelopmentControlPlan2005WasteMinimisationandManagementPlan.Inaddition,referencehasalsobeenmadetotheNSWOfficeofEnvironmentandHeritage,ModelWasteNotDevelopmentControlPlan2008,andtheCityofSydneyPolicyforWasteMinimisationinNewDevelopments,2005.</p><p>ThefollowingtablesshowtheestimatedwastegenerationfortheStrathfieldGolfClubdevelopment.Estimatesforwastesgeneratedfromthecoursemaintenanceactivitieshavenotbeenfactoredintothesewasteestimates.</p><p>Table1showstheestimatedwastegeneratedfromthedevelopmenttheseestimatesarebasedonaveragesforquantityofwastegeneratedandcompositionasdeterminedbyindustrydata(ie.,data/informationprovidedbyWACSwasteauditsconductedinabroadrangeofsectors)aswellasconsiderationofwastegenerationratesasdetailedbyStrathfieldCouncilandintheCityofSydneyPolicyforWasteMinimisationinNewDevelopments,2005.ManagementaspectshaveincorporatedStrathfieldCouncilguidelines.</p><p>Itisestimatedthatthedevelopmentwillgenerateatotalof1,280kilogramsor9,450litresofwasteandrecyclablesperweek(thisistotal).</p></li><li><p>WasteManagementPlanStrathfieldGolfClub August2015</p><p>Page|7</p><p>Table1Wastegenerationestimate</p><p> kg/week L/week</p><p>Paper/Cardboard 280 2,500</p><p>Foodorganics 350 1,400</p><p>Comingledrecycling 350 2,100</p><p>Generalwaste 300 3,450</p><p>Total 1,280 9,450</p><p>Notes:</p><p> CalculationsarebasedontheactivitylevelsasadvisedbyStrathfieldGolfClub Thelevelofactivitymaydeclineduringnonpeakperiodsandincreaseduringtheotherparts</p><p>oftheyearcalculationsareaverages Theweightsandvolumesarebasedoncorrectsegregationofwasteandrecyclablesoccurs Thecalculationsallowforthecommercialcollectionoffoodorganics.However,anoptioncould</p><p>betoimplementasystemwherethereisonsitecomposting. Iffoodorganicssystemisnotimplemented,thenthiswillbedivertedtothegeneralwaste</p><p>stream</p></li><li><p>WasteManagementPlanStrathfieldGolfClub August2015</p><p>Page|8</p><p>3. WasteManagementSystemsandSpacialRequirements</p><p>3.1 WasteSystemsandBinRequirements</p><p>Thefollowingtableshowtherecommendedsystemsrequiredtomanagetheestimatedwasteprofileasdetailedintheabovetableforthedevelopment.Thesystemsrefertothedock/basementsystemratherthantheinternalbinsthatmaybeusedwithinthedevelopment.</p><p>Thefollowingtableshowtherecommendedsystemsrequiredtomanagetheestimatedwasteprofileasdetailedintheabovetableforthedevelopment.Thesystemsrefertothedock/basementsystemratherthantheinternalbinsthatmaybeusedwithinthedevelopment.</p><p>While120and240litremobilegarbagebinshavebeenusedforthecalculations,otherbinssuchas660/1100couldbeimplemented.</p><p>Table2WasteSystems(twice/weekclearance)</p><p>WasteStream No.of</p><p>BinsClearance</p><p>Frequency/weekCapacity(weekly)</p><p>Estimatedvolume/week</p><p>Footprintperbin(m2)</p><p>TotalFootprintBintype</p><p>Paper/CardboardRecycling</p><p>240LMGB</p><p>6 2 2,880 2,500 0.43 2.58</p><p>FoodOrganics 120LMGB6 2 1,440 1,400 0.27 1.62</p><p>ComingleRecycling</p><p>240LMGB</p><p>5 2 2,400 2,100 0.43 2.15</p><p>GeneralWaste 240LMGB8 2 3,840 3,450 0.43 3.44</p><p>TOTAL 25 10,560 9,450 9.8</p><p>Basedontheestimatesofwastegenerationandthenumberofbinsrequired(withatwice/weekcollectionschedule),aswellasallowing30%spaceforbinmovement,theminimumsizeofthisstoragefacilityshouldbeapproximately13.0m2.</p><p>3.2 WasteStorage</p><p>ThefollowingdiagramillustratesthewastestorageareathatislocatedontheLowerGroundFloor.</p><p>20m3ofspacehasbeenallocatedinthedesignofthisdevelopment.Basedonthecalculationsforbinrequirements(andspaceforbinmovement),thisspaceallocationissufficientforbinstorageandbinwashing.Inaddition,ithasspaceforadditionalwastematerialsshouldtheybegeneratedaswellascontingenciesshouldacollectionbemissed.</p></li><li><p>WasteManagementPlanStrathfieldGolfClub August2015</p><p>Page|9</p></li><li><p>WasteManagementPlanStrathfieldGolfClub August2015</p><p>Page|10</p><p>4. WasteManagementSystemsThefollowingaresomeofStrathfieldCouncilsrequirementsand/orwhatisconsideredindustrynormsthathavebeenconsideredinthefinalisationofthewastestoragearea1.</p><p>1. Forundergroundcollection,awastecollectionpointistobeprovidedwithinthefirstlevelofthebasementandvehiclesmustenterandexitthesiteinaforwarddirection.</p><p>2. Wastestorageroomsshallbesituatedinapositionforeasyaccessandremovalofbinsandshallbeventilated,havefloordrainage,lightingandwatersupply.</p><p>3. Provideaccesstoawatersupplyforthecleaningofbinsandthewastestoragearea(s).Wastewateristobedischargedtothesewer.</p><p>4. Ensurethebintransferroutetothecollectionpointdoesnotexceedagradeof1:14wherebinsizesarelessthan360litre.</p><p>5. BinswillbeprovidedatpointsofgenerationtoencourageGolfClubstaffandpatronstoseparatematerialscorrectly.Dependingonthematerialandquantitygenerated,mobilegarbagebinsmaybelocatedintheseareas,alternativelythecontentsofthesebinswillbedecantedintothemobilegarbagebin,orbinlinersremovedandtakentothewastestorageareaanddepositedintothecorrectbin.</p><p>Notealsothatarearliftcollectionvehicle(whichcanservicebinsrangingfrom120litresto1100litre),isapproximately3.8metresinheight2.Thereforeaheightof4.5metresistobeprovided.TheTrafficEngineerhasmodelledthisandapprovedtheheightandcapacityforthevehicletoenterandexitthesite.</p><p>4.1 Systems</p><p>Thefollowingsummarisestherecommendedwasteandrecyclingsystemsthatwillbeimplemented.TheserecommendationsarebasedonStrathfieldCouncilsrequirementsandsystemsimplementedforsimilardevelopments.</p><p>AllGolfClubstaffwillbebriefedontheproperuseofwastemanagementsystemandtherecyclingstreamswillbemonitoredandreportedbycleaners/buildingmanagementasitisimperativethattherecyclingstreamremainfreeofcontaminationtoensurecompliancewithStrathfieldCouncilsand/orcontractorcollectionprotocols.StaffandGolfClubuserswillbeencouragedtomaximisetheseparationofgeneralwasteandmixedrecyclablestoaidtheproperdisposalofallmaterials.</p><p>Wasteandrecyclingcollectionserviceswillbeprovidedbyacommercialwastecontractor(TBA).UtilisingacommercialwastecontractoraffordstheGolfClubgreaterflexibilityregardingcollectionschedulesandtheappropriatecollectionfrequencieswillbedeterminedinconsultationwiththe</p><p>1StrathfieldCouncilsConsolidatedDevelopmentControlPlan2005WasteMinimisationandManagementPlan2 Strathfield Councils publication states 3.6metres in height, but this does notmeet normal industrystandardvehiclesthatwouldbeusedwithinthistypeofdevelopment.</p></li><li><p>WasteManagementPlanStrathfieldGolfClub August2015</p><p>Page|11</p><p>wastecontractoronceappointedatpresent,thisisplannedtobetwiceweeklyhoweveronceoperational,collectionschedulesmayneedtobeadjustedaccordinglydependingonactualwastegeneration.</p><p>AppendixAcontainsillustrationsofbins(andotherwastemanagementequipment),thatcouldbeusedwithintheGolfClub.ThepicturesprovideexamplesofthedifferentoptionsforequipmentsuchasMGB,tugsfortransportingbins,trolleyunitandawheeliesafetrolley.</p><p>Signagewillbeacrucialelementofthewastemanagementsystem.AppendixBcontainsexamplesofsignage.ThesearethetypeofsignsthatshouldbeusedthroughouttheGolfClubandwastestoragearea.OthersignscanbeaccessedfromtheNSWEPAwebsiteat:http://www.epa.nsw.gov.au/wastetools/signsposterssymbols.htm.</p><p>4.2 Storage</p><p>Inkeepingwithbestpracticesustainabilityprograms,allwasteareasandwasteandrecyclingbinswillbeclearlydifferentiatedthroughappropriatesignageandcolourcodingtoAustraliaStandardstoreflectthematerialscontained.</p><p>Therewillbeaneedtoensurethatthereissufficientspacetoallowforbinmovement.Asageneralrule,itisrecommendedthatanadditional30%oftheestimatedfootprintforbinsbeallocatedtothisandthishasbeenfactoredintothewastestorageareaspacecalculations.</p><p>ThewasteareaswillbeaccessedbytheGolfClubstaffand/orcleaningstaffonly.</p><p>Thewasteandrecyclingbinswillbecolourcodedandclearlysigned.Eachstreamwillbelocatedinadesignatedarea.Thiswillassistineasyidentificationofcorrectbinsbythosewithauthorisedaccess.</p><p>Photographs1&amp;2Examplesofwasteroomcolourcoding</p><p>Thewasteandrecyclingstorageareaswillhavethefollowingfeatures:</p><p> Washbayfacilitiesthereisabinwashfacilityprovided. Ventilation:ThebinstorageroomswillbemechanicallyexhaustedasrequiredbyAS1668.2 VerminPrevention:</p><p> Thebinstorageroomswillfeaturetightlyfitteddoors</p></li><li><p>WasteManagementPlanStrathfieldGolfClub August2015</p><p>Page|12</p><p> Openingwillbeverminproof Buildingmanagementistoensurethataspartofthecleaninga...</p></li></ul>