Rules On Baltimore Regional Waste Management Plan 2006-2013

Original Language Title: Noteikumi par Liepājas reģionālo atkritumu apsaimniekošanas plānu 2006.-2013.gadam

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 869 in 2006 Riga on October 24th (Mon. No 55 33. §) rules on Baltimore regional waste management plan 2006-2013 Issued under the waste management Act, the third paragraph of article 10.1 1. approve the Baltimore regional waste management plan 2006-2013 (annex). 2. the rules referred to in paragraph 1, the institution responsible for implementing the plan is the Ministry of the environment. Prime Minister-Defense Minister a. Slakter a Minister of environment r. vējonis submitted to the Ministry of the environment (the Cabinet of Ministers of 24 October 2006 of Regulation No 869) Baltimore, the regional waste management plan 2006-2013 content 1. regional waste management plan goals and tasks 2. policy planning documents and laws in the area of waste management 2.1. policy planning documents in the field of waste management 2.1.1. Municipal waste management strategy 1998-2010 2.1.2. Waste Management the national plan 2006-2012 2.2. Latvian legislation in the field of waste management
3. General information about the REGION of 3.1 liepajas region and population 3.2. Demographic development 3.2.1. Current position 3.2.2. Demographic projections until 2013 3.3. The region's economic and social development, the development of production 3.4 3.5. Region's existing infrastructure 4. Liepaja region waste characteristics 4.1. waste quantities and composition in 2004 4.2. Hazardous waste generation and management 4.3 waste management system in the population and the amount of waste per capita 4.4. Existing infrastructure for waste management 4.4.1. waste management workers in the region's companies 4.4.2. Waste collection system 4.4.3. separate collection of waste 4.4.4. Existing dumps description 4.5 waste management tariffs 5. Waste production forecast FROM 2006 to 2013 5.1 Basic waste forecasting 5.2. Waste base forecast 6. Liepaja regional waste management plan, institutional and organisational aspects 7. waste disposal management plan 7.1 the municipal Region for cooperation in the field of waste management and binding rules 7.2. new waste management system General 7.3. General considerations for waste collection transportation and landfill, grobiņa parish "Ķīvīt" development.
7.4. waste separate collection system 7.5. the waste management plan for the realization of the factors affecting 8. Public outreach-EDUCATION campaign 8.1. brief description of the problem the purpose and Program 8.2. tasks for achieving it 8.3. Target groups 8.3.1 8.3.2. General information and Specific measures 8.4. Measures in the field of public information and education costs and activities 8.5. indicators 9. in addition to the PLAN, the funding needs of the Marketing Plan 9.1 sources of financing private sector participation 9.1.1 9.1.2. State budget of 9.2. Operating costs and plan sales impact on waste management costs citizens 10. Plan sales activity plan 10.1. term of the plan sales, and in the end we recommend responsible 10.2. regional waste management plan, monitoring, review and plan sales indicators 11. Public consultation plan references attachments attachment 1. The existing legislation in the field of waste management summary annex 2. Landfills and dumps Baltimore region on 1 January 2005 in the annex 3. Waste and pessimistic optimistic forecast 1. regional waste management plan goals and objectives of the regional waste management plan (hereinafter-AAP) need is determined by the waste management Act, chapter III of which contains a certain plan, consultation and approval procedures. The waste management plans shall include information on: 1) the waste management situation, describing creation, collected (graded and ungraded), recycled and disposed of the waste types, their composition, quantity, and origin; 2) requirements (in priority order) of compliance with the proposed future development of waste management, indicating the amount of each transaction (the relevant waste types, quantities and origins) excercise and anticipated time; 3) planned activities required for the implementation of activities; 4) planned activities necessary to carry out for objects (newly built, compensated for, existing) and their technical equipment; 5) institutions responsible for the implementation of the planned activities; 6) the calculated cost and sources of funding for the implementation of the planned activities; 7) opportunities to improve waste management; 8) measures of waste aerobic or anaerobic conditions can decompose, the reduction of the amount landfilled through recycling, composting, as well as the exploitation of biogas; 9) measures, deadlines and funding for municipal waste dumps. According to the waste management law, the waste management regional plan shall contain information on the municipal waste, hazardous waste, packaging waste, end-of-life vehicles and waste electrical and electronic equipment, as well as the construction of waste management. AAP objectives are: • to prevent the production of waste, increase economic growth, and provide a significant overall reduction in the volume of waste generated through waste prevention of better opportunities, the best available techniques the effectiveness of resource use and sustainable consumer behaviour; For those wastes generated already ensure that: • the waste is not hazardous or they pose little risk to the environment and health; • most waste is returned back into the economic circulation, particularly through recycling or the environment useful is returned (e.g. compost) or harmless form; • the quantity of waste landfilled is reduced to a minimum and waste is destroyed or disposed of in human health and environmentally sound manner; • waste is processed as near as possible to their sources. Organizing, planning and waste management, the following requirements must be observed in that order of priority: 1. prevent waste causes, including developing clean technologies; 2. to reduce the amount of waste (amount) and danger; 3. wastes to be processed, you must obtain a reusable materials and energy; 4. the waste must be disposed of in such a way as not to endanger the life and health of people, the environment, as well as personal belongings; 5. to close the dump in accordance with waste management plans, as well as the closed dumps and landfill conditioning. AAP main tasks are: 1) the existing situation and its compliance with the inventory requirements assessment, waste 2) forecast for the period up to 2013, inclusive, 3) waste management plan, by providing the necessary funding and plan marketing terms, 4) assessment of population solvency, balancing the best possible technical solutions with existing and available financial resources. AAP for the period 2006-2013. AAP promotes such a waste management plan in the country in 2006-2012 implementation of priorities: 1) for landfill disposal of biodegradable waste-reduction plan is expected to start the composting of biodegradable waste composting area 1 of the region; 2) plan will facilitate the recovery of packaging waste, in the attainment of the objectives of the plan throughout the region is expected to improve opportunities for municipal waste collection distributed way. Plan is intended to create a municipal waste separate collection points (371 in total), 6 areas graded acceptance from the public, as well as waste separation stations creating a landfill "grobiņa". 2. policy planning documents and laws in the area of waste management 2.1. policy planning documents in the field of waste management 2.1.1. Municipal waste management strategy 1998-2010. in 1998, the Cabinet of Ministers approved the "municipal waste management strategy 1998-2010". The objectives of the strategy are to improve the management of household waste, as well as to reduce municipal waste and dump the negative impact on the environment. Strategy involves improving municipal waste management service quality and to increase the number of citizens who have access to these services. Expected to gradually reduce the existing municipal waste dumps. 2.1.2. the waste management plan in the country in 2006-2012, the Cabinet of Ministers of 29 December 2005, accepted at a waste management plan for the country in 2006-2012 (order No. 860), which establishes the following results to be achieved for certain types of waste and waste streams. table 1. Results to be achieved for certain types of waste and waste streams waste type/stream the result to be achieved:


Waste disposal in landfills and dumps the biodegradable waste Landfilled biodegradable waste reduction of up to 75% of the 1995 buried in biodegradable waste 2010.16 July Disposal of biodegradable waste quantity reduction up to 50% of the 1995 buried in biodegradable waste 2013 July 16 Disposal of biodegradable waste reduction of up to 35% of 1995 buried in biodegradable waste by the year 2020 16 July packaging waste packaging waste recovery not less than 50% of the economic circulation in the packaging volume, December 31, 2007 waste recycling the packaging material not less than 15% for each packaging type (glass, cardboard and paper, plastic, metal), December 31, 2007 to ensure that 60% of the recovered packaging waste and that is achieved by the following minimum recycling targets:-60% by weight for glass; -60% by weight for paper and Board; -50% by weight for metals; -22.5% by weight for plastics, counting exclusively material that the recycled plastic; -15% by weight for wood.
2015 December 31, PCB/PCT waste PCBS inventoried/PHT-equipment and waste disposal at the 2010 December 31 end-of-life vehicles in end-of life vehicles components and materials reuse and recycling year at least 85% of the average of the end-of life vehicles the unladen mass of end-of life vehicles components and materials recycling and recovery in a year at least 80% of the average mass of end-of life vehicles. Components and materials for vehicles produced before 1 January 1980, at least 75% reuse and recycling and at least 70% of reuse and recovery.
1.2006 janvāris1 all the end-of-life vehicles and material reuse and recycling year at least 95% of the average mass of end-of life vehicles; All components of end-of-life vehicles and material recycling and recovery in the year, at least 85% of the average mass of end-of life vehicles.
2015 1 January waste electrical and electronic equipment to ensure that the per capita per year is collected 4 kg of household waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE-below).
2009 January 1 to recycle at least 80% of category 1 (large household appliances) and 10 categories (vending machines) in electrical and electronic equipment, average weight, including at least 75% of the waste component, material and substance re-use and recovery 2009, January 1 to recycle at least 75% of category 3 ("information technology and telecommunications equipment) and 4 categories (consumer equipment) electrical and electronic equipment, average weight , including at least 65% of the waste component, material and substance re-use and recovery;
2009 January 1 to recycle at least 70% of the category 2 (small household appliances), category 5 (lighting equipment), category 6 (electric and electronic instruments, except large stationary equipment), category 7 (toys, leisure and sports equipment) and category 9 (monitoring and control instruments) electric and electronic equipment, average weight, including at least 50% of the waste component, material and substance re-use and recovery;
2009. January 1, reused and recovered at least 80% of the gas-discharge lamps for existing components, materials and substances.
2009. January 1 1, that term is defined in the year 2000 of the Council of 18 September in Directive 2000/53/EC on end-cars article 7, second paragraph. According to the Commission on 1 April 2005, decision 2005/293/EC laying down detailed rules for the reuse/recovery and reuse/recycling targets for according to the supervision of the European Parliament and Council Directive 2000/53/EC on end-of-life vehicles, article 3, Member States shall, as from the year 2006, submit to the European Commission for information purposes. Information must be submitted to the European Commission within 18 months after the end of the calendar year. 2.2. The Latvian legislation and regulation of waste management in the last five years, Latvia has established a regulatory document database, to prevent uncontrolled waste disposal and to provide waste treatment and disposal. Recent legislation in line with international and EU principles and conditions in the field of waste management. List of Latvian legislation in the area of waste management plan is included in annex 2. 3. General information about the REGION of 3.1 liepajas region and residents of Baltimore region as a whole at the beginning of 2004 included the 30 municipalities: 5 city (aizpute, Liepāja, grobiņa, Pāvilosta, priekule, 1 municipality (Durbe municipality) and 24 parish authorities. The administrative division of the region, noted that the year 2000 was founded in Durbe municipality merging the Durbe town with its countryside territory and Tadaiķi parish. The total area of the region is 3655.2 km2 or 5.7% of the total territory of the country. Rural area occupies 3569.3 km2 or area of 97.6% of region, urban areas occupy only 2.4% of 85.9 km2 or area of the region. Liepājas regional average population in 2003 was 132276, it is 5.7% of the total population of the entire country. Urban and rural population respectively, or 100915 and 31361-76.3% percentage and 23.7% of the total population of the region as a whole. The average population density in urban areas is 1174.8 inhabitants per km2, and the population in rural areas-to 8.8 km2. This fact points to the territory of the community does not equal citizens in a dense arrangement of urban and rural areas. Liepājas regional territorial divisional characteristics, including statistical data on the average number of inhabitants in 2003, given in table 2. table 2: Baltimore region's territorial administrative divisions, in 2003, the number of Local residents of the area population density per 1 km2 number%% Highway: 5 100 482 km2 76.0 84.3 2.31% Liepaja 65.6%% 1435.9 1 86 731 60.4 1.65% 4.2% 7.5 0.21% 1 5 587 aizpute 744.9 3.3% 1 4 312 grobiņa 5.0 0.14% 1.0% 862.4 1 1 266 Pāvilosta 6.4 0.18% 2.0% 1 2 586 197.8 priekule 5.0 0.14% 517.2 Durbe municipality URt.sk.: 1 2 311, 1.7% 154.5 4.23% 0.3% Durbe town 433 1.6 0.04% 270.6 Durbe municipality rural area 1.4% 1 878 152.9 4.18% 12.3 parishes: 22.3% 93.47% 3416.4 24 29 483 total: 30 132 276 100% 3655.2 in the region 100 5 100 482 76.0 84.3 2.31% city%% 1.7% 1192.0 counties * 1 2311 154.5 4.23% 15.0% 3416.4 93.47 24 29 483 parishes 22.3%-8.6 • including Durbe municipality of urban and rural areas • in November 2004, has created the Saka municipality combining the city and Say Pāvilosta parish. Baltimore region's rural population characteristics are presented in table 3. table 3: Liepaja region rural population characteristics (end of 2004) villages with a population of 2000 1000-2000 500-1000 100: >-500