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Municipal Recycling & Waste Strategy - Assumptions and Evidence
  • Updated 2 years ago

    Municipal Recycling and Waste Strategy - Final Consultation Report

    Municipal Recycling & Waste Strategy - Assumptions and Evidence
    As is usual practice, the drafting of a new Strategy has been subject to a formal public consultation.  This report sets out the full findings from the council’s consultation. The findings will be considered by Environment Committee on 12 May 2016, where the final decision on adoption of the Municipal Recycling and Waste Strategy 2016 -2030 will be taken.
  • Updated 3 years ago

    Municipal Recycling & Waste Strategy - Assumptions: Economic and Financial Outlook

    Municipal Recycling & Waste Strategy - Assumptions and Evidence
    This section outlines the assumptions we have used as a basis for Barnet Council’s Municipal Recycling & Waste Strategy and the various evidence collated that supports them EO1 - The European Union has backed up recycling targets with a penalty system that is supported by fines (similar to the Landfill Tax system). Central Government has the ability to passport these penalties to failing councils EO2 - The whole systems costs of each...
  • Updated 3 years ago

    Municipal Recycling & Waste Strategy - Assumptions: Resident

    Municipal Recycling & Waste Strategy - Assumptions and Evidence
    This section outlines the assumptions we have used as a basis for Barnet Council's Municipal Recycling & Waste Strategy and the various evidence collated that supports them  R1 - Our residents' expectation of services will remain high. This will mean that as budgets reduce the delivery of services against residents' expectations will become increasingly challenging R2 - As targets become harder to deliver - groups of Councils and othe...
  • Updated 3 years ago

    Municipal Recycling & Waste Strategy - Assumptions: Market Dynamics

    Municipal Recycling & Waste Strategy - Assumptions and Evidence
    This section outlines the assumptions we have used as a basis for Barnet Council’s Municipal Recycling & Waste Strategy and the various evidence collated that supports them  MD1 - By 2030 recycling and composting of waste from local businesses will make a significant contribution to the municipal recycling rate MD2 - By 2030 collections with neighbouring local authorities will be more harmonised for example with authorities having the...
  • Updated 3 years ago

    Municipal Recycling & Waste Strategy - Assumptions: Technology

    Municipal Recycling & Waste Strategy - Assumptions and Evidence
    This section outlines the assumptions we have used as a basis for Barnet Council’s Municipal Recycling & Waste Strategy and the various evidence collated that supports them  T1- A depot for vehicles will exist within the borough along with capability for bulking mixed recycling, food waste and residual waste for onward transport T2 - The long serving Edmonton energy from waste plant will be decommissioned by 2030. Either a new replace...
  • Updated 3 years ago

    Municipal Recycling & Waste Strategy - Assumptions: Demographic

    Municipal Recycling & Waste Strategy - Assumptions and Evidence
    This section outlines the assumptions we have used as a basis for Barnet Council’s Municipal Recycling & Waste Strategy and the various evidence collated that supports them D1 - Over the next 15 years there will be significant household growth in Barnet, which will lead to an increase in total tonnages of waste collected D2 - The smaller the number of people per household the more waste is generated per person. An increase in the numb...
  • Updated 3 years ago

    Municipal Recycling & Waste Strategy - Assumptions: Legislation and Targets

    Municipal Recycling & Waste Strategy - Assumptions and Evidence
    This section outlines the assumptions we have used as a basis for Barnet Council’s Municipal Recycling & Waste Strategy and the various evidence collated that supports them  P1 - There is no evidence for this assumption, therefore it is not supported P2 - Members will continue to value waste and recycling services and see their delivery as a key benchmark of the Council's success P3 - As outlined in the Government Review of Waste Pol...
  • Updated 3 years ago

    Municipal Recycling & Waste Strategy - Assumptions: Built Environment

    Municipal Recycling & Waste Strategy - Assumptions and Evidence
    This section outlines the assumptions we have used as a basis for Barnet Council’s Municipal Recycling & Waste Strategy and the various evidence collated that supports them BE1 - By 2030 over 36 per cent of households will be in blocks of flats. Planners and managing agents have a role to play in supporting waste services. Different approaches need to be taken for existing flats which should make a contribution to the recycling rate vi...