Rules For Ventspils Regional Waste Management Plan 2006-2013

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

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulation No 871 Riga 2006 (October 24. No 55 34 §) rules on Ventspils regional waste management plan 2006-2013 Issued under the waste management Act, the third paragraph of article 10.1 1. approve the Ventspils 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, Minister of defence 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 871) Ventspils regional waste management plan 2006-2013 table of contents 1. regional waste management plans the need, purpose 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 waste 3. Management, General information about Ventspils Region 3.1. Ventspils region and population 3.2. Demographic development 3.2.1. Current position 3.2.2. Demographic projections to 2025 to 3.3 the region's economic and social development of the macroeconomic development 3.3.1 3.3.2. employment, wage and salary costs of the household 3.3.3 and 3.4 of the purchasing power of the production development 3.4.1. Business Description 3.5. Region's existing infrastructure 3.5.1. Residential Fund 3.5.2. education health care 3.5.3 3.5.4. the road network of the region 3.6 municipal budget overview 4. Ventspils region waste characteristics 4.1. The quantity of municipal waste and composition in 2005 4.1.1. amount of waste collected in 4.1.2. Waste stream composition morphological 4.1.3. Businesses and organisations waste quantity 4.2. quantity of sewage sludge in 2004 4.3. Wood waste and sawdust waste management 4.4. Household Electrical and electronic equipment waste management 4.5. End-of-life vehicles management 4.6 hazardous waste generation and management 4.7. Waste management systems in the population and the amount of waste per capita 4.8 existing waste management infrastructure 4.8.1. Waste collection system of waste separate collection 4.8.2-4.8.3. Waste disposal waste management tariff 4.9 5. volume and composition of the waste forecast to 2013 5.1 Basic waste forecasting 5.2. Waste predicts 6. Ventspils alternatī management solutions 6.1. Waste Management the program 6.1.1 distributed garbage collection system Ventspils Region 6.1.2. waste composting area creation Ventspils Region 6.1.3. the treatment of Leachate of landfill construction "Pentuļ" 6.1.4. Construction waste collection and recycling centre in 6.1.5. Bulky Waste Management 6.1.6. Health care waste management 6.1.7. management of end-of life vehicles 6.1.8. Electrical and electronic waste management equipment 6.1.9. Domestic hazardous waste collection scheme 6.1.10. Public outreach-education campaign 7. Program to work with the public 7.1. Short description of the problem the program objective and 7.2 tasks to achieve the target of 7.3 7.4 7.5. General information and Specific information measures 7.6. Duties and responsibilities of the Division of public information and education in the field of marketing the plan 8 activity plan 8.1 the terms of the Marketing Plan 8.2. regional waste management plan for the monitoring and review of required funding 9 9.1. Potential funding sources 9.1.1 9.2 for private sector participation. The operating cost of the tariff plan's estimated 9.3 level 10. public consultation plan Annex 1. the Ventspils region and their density, 2003 2. characteristics of the rural population in the region of Ventspils in early 2005, 3. the legislation in force in the waste sector summary 4. Waste and pessimistic optimistic forecast, 2006-2013 1. regional waste management plans the need, purpose and tasks of the regional waste management plan (hereinafter-AAP) need to determine "waste management law" chapter III that particular 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 reduce 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 for the period from 2006 to 2013 inclusive.
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 of LATVIA 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: in landfills and dumps the landfilled biodegradable waste Landfilled biodegradable waste reduction of up to 75% of the 1995 buried in biodegradable waste 2010. July 16, Restricting the amount of biodegradable waste by up to 50% of the reduction in 1995 buried in biodegradable waste 2013 July 16 Disposal of biodegradable waste reduction of up to 35% of 1995 buried in biodegradable waste by 2020. 16. July packaging

Packaging waste recovery not less than 50% of the business volume of packaging in circulation in 2007 December 31 waste recycling the packaging material not less than 15% for each packaging type (glass, cardboard and paper, plastic, metal) 2007 December 31 to ensure that the recovered 60% of 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 the content of polychlorinated biphenyls and polychlorinated terphenyls (PCB/PH-) waste PCBS inventoried/PHT-equipment and waste disposal at the 2010 December 31 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 the 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 2.2. laws 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. The latest regulations comply with international and the European Union (hereinafter referred to as EU) principles and conditions in the field of waste management. List of Latvian legislation in the waste sector are contained in annex 3 to the plan.
3. General information about Ventspils REGION in this chapter of the report provides information on Ventspils region and population, characterized the current demographic situation and prepare demographic projections until 2013, as well as the socio-economic situation described in the region. Provide data on the production and development of existing infrastructure in the region. Given the region's municipal budget overview. 3.1. the Ventspils region and population Ventspils municipal waste management region includes the districts of Ventspils. The region as a whole includes 13 municipalities: the city of Ventspils and Ventspils district 12 municipalities. The administrative division of the region, noted that the region of Ventspils city is also free piltene town with its countryside territory. The total area of the region is 2517.7 km2 or 3.89% of the country's total territory. Ventspils district territory occupies 2462.3 km2, or 97.8% of overall, Ventspils region urban area only takes 55.4 km2, or 2.2% of the region's total. The total City area is called 2.77% 69.9 km2 region, but the total area occupied by the 2447.8 km2 or 97,2%. Ventspils region's population in 2005 is 2.5% of 58410, which is common in all the country's population. Urban and rural population respectively, or 45089 and 13051-77.6% percentage and 22.4% of the entire population of the region. The population density is 794.5 town Ventspils inhabitants/km2 and the area average 5.7 Ventspils/km2. Ventspils region's territorial administrative districts, including the city of Ventspils and piltene town's rural areas with data on average urban and rural population in 2005, given in table 2. table 2. Ventspils region's territorial administrative divisions, in 2005, the number of local administrative entities in the population area, km2 cities Ventspils 1 44 017 55.4 Pilten fields and rural area 1 1 072 666 202.06 Anc parish jūrkalne parish 1 425 1,780,397.78 99.6 Pop parish 167.74 parish 1 1 068 1 1 132 Puz 207.28 tārgale parish 1 1 950 364.2 ugāle parish 292.24 parish USMA 1 2 581 1,648,219.5 užava parish 1 2 025 1,619,125.5 vārve parish
ziras parish 125.44 1,581,153.8 zlēkas parish region together 13 45 089 13 051 1,576,107.16 2517.7 more detailed information on the population and the density of Ventspils and Ventspils district of the City provided in annex 1. Ventspils region rural population characteristics is given in table 3 and annex 2. table 3. Ventspils region rural population characteristics in residential areas in the district with a population of 2000 1000-2000 500-1000 100: >-100 number. 500 < population
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Ventspils district 1 2 340-5 3 534 17 4 115 66 2 547 resident main age groups and demographic load level at the beginning of 2005, reflected in table 4. table 4. Ventspils region resident main age groups and dependency level region population percentage% demographic load capacities of up to the age of ' over ' age Ventspils city Ventspils 14.7 64.9 20.4 540 district 17.0 63.9 19.1 region: 15.9 64.4 19.7 total 565 546 comparing table 4 presents the indicators with the average of the country, with a population of up to 14.8% of ' age is above age-21.3% redundancy and redundancy, 63.9% of the age-the total number of the population , it must be concluded that the population up to the age of the Ventspils region ' is about 1.1%, higher than the national average, the number of pensioners is about 1.6% less. Population age is about capacity 0.5% higher than the national average. In view of this, the demographic load is lower than the national average (demographic load State is 565). 3.2. Demographic development 3.2.1. Current situation in the region's demographic situation is characterised with birth, death and natural values of the statistical population increase: population birth and death, the annual average natural growth rate to 1000 in the population. Demographic indicators are presented in table 5. table 5. Birth rate and death rate, natural growth (%)

The administrative unit for birth rate death rate of natural growth in 2003 2004 2003 2004 2003.2004.

Ventspils city 9.1 8.5 14.3 12.2-3.7-5.2 Ventspils district 8.7 9.9 13.5 12.3-4.8-2.4 region average: 8.9 9.2 14.1 12.3-3.1-5.1 table 5 data indicate that natural population growth in the region of Ventspils in 2004 compared to 2003 is down. The average population growth was negative in the region both in 2003 and in 2004, indicating a trend of depopulation, Ventspils region. Population changes in the Ventspils region during the period from 2000 to 2005 is reflected in table 6. table 6. Population changes in Ventspils region, 2000-2005 administrative unit in the year 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004.2005.

Ventspils city 43 849 43 854 44 004 44 010 44 130 44 017 100% urban%% 100.35% 100.37% 100.64 100.01% 100.38% total: 43 849 43 854 44 004 44 010 44 130 44 070 Ventspils district towns of 100.00% 86.84% 1 231 1 069 1 051 1 042 1 043 1 072%% 84.65% 84.73% 87.08 85.38% 13 351 13 525 13 478 13 429 13 179 13 051% 101.30 100.00% fields% 100.95%% 100.58%% 98.71 97.75 together : total area: 14 582 14 594 14 529 14 471 14 222 14 123 cities 100.00% 99.65% 45 080 44 923 45 055 45 052 45 173 45 089%% 99.94% 100.21% 100.02 99.94% 13 351 13 525 13 478 13 429 13 179 13 051% 101.30 100.00% fields% 100.95%% 100.58%% total: 97.75 98.71 58 431 58 448 58 533 58 481 58 352 58 140% 100.17 100.00% 100.03%%% 99.86% 99.50 100.09%


Ventspils region's population change analysis indicate that the region's urban population of 2005 compared to the year 2000 has fallen about 300 residents, or 2.25%, at the same time, the rural population has increased by 500 people, or 3.9%. Overall, the region experienced a population increase of insignificant (about 0.5%). 3.2.2. Demographic projections to 2025 for the preparation of population projections Ventspils region, was used in the demographic Center of the University of Latvia, which provides information on population changes by 2020. Given the demographic Center of the University of Latvia's population forecast from 2005 to 2025, and the actual population of the region in 2005, it can be concluded that the population of Ventspils region from 2005 to 2025 for the reduced 1 117 inhabitants or 1.9%. Data on population changes in Ventspils region presented in table 7. table 7. Population changes in the Ventspils region, 2005-the 2005 2010 2020 2025 2025 Ventspils 100.0 99.8% of city 44 017 43 929 43 752 43 664 99.4% 99.2%% 100.0% Ventspils district 14 123 13 936 13 547 13 359 98.7% 95.9% 94.6% total area: 58 140 57 864 57 299 57 023 98.6% 100.0% 99.5% 98.1% population trends of the Ventspils region's districts described in table 8. table 8. Ventspils region's population trends 2006-2010-2011-2025 2020 2021.

Ventspils city-0.04%-%-% 0.04 0.04 Ventspils district-0.27% 0.28%-0.27%-as there is no available data on population changes during the period from 2006 to 2013 in cities and the countryside separately, assumed that the trend is similar in cities and the countryside. In the light of the above, the demographic projections prepared for the period from 2006 to 2013 inclusive and is provided in table 9. table 9. Demographic forecast for Ventspils Region 2006-2013, the year the city of Ventspils Ventspils district along the region of the city in 2006 43 999 1 069 13 016 58 084 2007 43 982 1 066 12 982 58 030 2008 43 964 1 063 12 947 57 974 2009 43 946 1 061 12 912 57 919 2010 43 929 1 058 12 878 57 865 2011 43 911 1 055 12 842 57 808 2012 43 893 1 052 12 806 57 751 2013
43 876 1 049 12 770 57 695 forecast points to a gradual population decline until 2013. This fact will be taken into account in drawing up the regional waste management plan, t.sk. prepare and compile the produced waste volumes forecasts for the period up to 2013. 3.3. The region's economic and social development in preparing information for the Ventspils region's economic and social indicators, the State Central Statistical Bureau of Latvia statistical data-year book 2005 and Latvia regions in figures, 2005 section provides data on the city of Ventspils and Ventspils district's socio-economic conditions in 2004. Analyzing the region's socio-economic development, taking into consideration information on the gross domestic product (GDP) and the dynamics of per capita (1999-2003), the number of establishments according to their branch of activity. 3.3.1. the macroeconomic development, often describing the economic situation, use and dynamics of GDP per capita. Data on these indicators for the city of Ventspils and Ventspils district are provided in tables 10 and 11. 10. table. Gross domestic product, in LCY administrative unit a year at current prices, in dollars,% share of region in the country, the share% of average prices in dollars in the region, 1999 215 498 100 222 943 2000 256 874 100 5.5 4.5 5.1 256 874 2001 236 540 100 224 676 2002 204 774 100 3.6 3.8 209 184 188 039 2003 237 246 100 1999 205 331 212 120 2000 245 120 95.3 4.9 Ventspils 95.42 5.2 91.20 4.1 204 395 2002 183 262 245 120 2001 215 736 89.49
3.2 167 497 2003 220 959 93.13 3.5 194 326 Ventspils district 10 823 2000 11 754 11 754 2001 20 804 20 281 2002 21 512 1999 10 167 4.7 0.2 4.58 0.3 20 542 2003 16 287 14 858 8.8 0.4 10.51 0.4 6.87 0.3 table analysis results suggest that GDP in the region as a whole (calculated average 2000 prices) from 2000 to 2003 inclusive is decreased. table 11. Gross domestic product per capita in dollars administrative unit a year at current prices% against average country% country against the maximum value% against the minimum nationwide * Ventspils 263.8 100 1 100 1 1999 4 662 034.40 278.9 072.50 221.6 100,857.10 2000 5 583 2001 4 911 667 2003 5 014 169.1 93.2 182.4 2002 4 164 100,625.6 Ventspils district 1999 694 2000 804 2001 1 429 64.5 29.1 249.3 2002 1 484 60.3 33.2 237.6 40.2 14.4 154.5 39.3 14.9 155.4 2003
1 135 *-maximum GDP value 41.3 22.6 141.6 State 1999-2003-city of Ventspils, Riga in 2002-in town **-minimum value 1999-2003-Rezekne District describing the macroeconomic development in Ventspils region, Ventspils city especially economic development, it should be noted that great importance is Ventspils port. However, in 2003, the freight circulation Ventspils port decreased significantly compared to the year 2000: in 2003, the send and receive cargo volume at the port of Ventspils was 27.3 million tons, while in 2000-34.8 million tonnes. Mainly, this reduction affected the handling of oil and oil products from the reduction of 26.4 million tonnes in 2000 to 17.5 million tonnes in 2003 (approximately 30%), related to the fact that since January 2003, according to the Russian oil pipeline company in the Transneftj decision, the oil through the pipeline in the direction of Ventspils are no longer exported. This fact significantly influenced by JSC "Ventspils nafta" economic activities, which are one of the main service patterns was the transhipment of oil through the pipeline. Therefore, the company in late 2002 initiated the oil making and handling of rail. 3.3.2. employment, wages and salaries in accordance with the standards of the International Labour Organization of the population into economically active and inactive. The economically active population are persons of both sexes, which period offers your work for the production of material goods or the provision of services. These include how the civilian population, economically active persons it day military service. The economically active population consists of and also the working population who are actively looking for work (both registered employment in the public service and non-registered). Population, the level of economic activity (or the economically active population, the proportion of the total population) the statistical region of Kurzeme, which also includes the towns and districts of Ventspils, in 2004 was 62,9%. It should be noted that this score last year increased by 2.2%. The number of workers in the reference to the property sector in Ventspils region described in table 12. 12. table. The number of workers in the reference to the property sector at the end of the year, the administrative unit of the number of employees in the main job, thousands of people as a percentage of total public sector private sector 2002 2003 2004 2002 2003 2004 2002 2003 2004 city of Ventspils Ventspils district 2.4 2.6 2.7 44.1 40.4 40.4 55.9 59.6 59.6 16.1 15.9 16.6 38.7 34.8 33.5 61.3 65.2 66.5 12. the table shows that both the city of Ventspils and Ventspils district, most of the workers involved in the private sector and significant trend in the private sector the number of workers involved. The number of registered unemployed and the registered unemployment rate in 2004, as well as the number of job vacancies is given in table 13. 13. table. The number of registered unemployed and the unemployment rate in the region of Ventspils, the 2004 administrative unit number of the registered unemployed at the end of the year as a percentage of the total number of vacant jobs at the end of the year the number of registered unemployment rate annual average Long-term unemployed unemployment benefits at the end of the year the average number of beneficiaries year Ventspils City 1 483 11.8-8.1 Ventspils district 500 13.4 50.1-8.8


*-Ventspils city credited district analyzing 13. table data, it should be noted that the long-term unemployment rate of the unemployed population in the Ventspils region is significantly lower than the national average, with the figure at the end of 2004 was 25.6%. The registered unemployment rate in the city of Ventspils is 0.7% less than the national average (-8.7%) in 2003. While the Ventspils district unemployment rate is about 0.1% less than the national average. Workers ' gross wages main statistical region of Courland, which includes the city of Rochester and district, in 2004, the average month has been 186.10. Workers ' gross wages in the private sector the main statistical region of Kurzeme in 2004 on average per month has been 172.88 lats, but the public sector-208.95. Ventspils city gross wages in public sector employment in 2003 has been the 261.93 lat and district-188.20. Taking into account Latvia's 2000 census results, it can be concluded that the Ventspils City economic activities are the main livelihood source for approximately 36.2% of the population, retirement-21.9% of the population. The rest of the population's livelihood sources have allowances and other forms of financial assistance, another person or institution dependent, Ventspils district economic activities are the main source of livelihood for about 28.78% of the population, retirement-21.36% of the population. The rest of the population's livelihood sources have allowances and other forms of financial assistance, other persons or bodies in the maintenance of household expenditure, etc., 3.3.3. structure and purchasing power of household consumption expenditure national average per household member in 2004 was 114.08 Lats per month. Household expenditure increased in both cities and the countryside. Consumption expenditure average of Latvia in 2004 compared to 2003 is increased by 12.1% or 13.7 Lats per month, per household. Household consumption expenditure and the structure of the national average, the Republic's major cities and Ventspils region in 2003, reflected in table 14. Table 14. Household consumption expenditure structure in 2004, and the national average of 7 Republican cities of Kurzeme region, average consumption expenditure per household per month in dollars, 114.08 137.16 103.64 consumption expenditure structure,% food and non-alcoholic beverages alcoholic beverages 30.6 26.9 31.5, tobacco Clothing and footwear 7.2 7.7 6.8 3.5 3.5 3.5 housing maintenance housing cleaning 5.1 5.2 12.6 14.1 12.7 59 health Transport communication 3.9 4.0 4.1 11.9 11.3 11.9 6.6 6.9 6.3 6.2 6.9 6.2 recreation and culture education 1.8 2.0
1.9 restaurants, cafes and hotels 5.3 5.8 4.1 miscellaneous goods and services the 5.2 5.6 5.2 as seen from table 14 main priority expenditure in consumption is consumption and expenditure in housing and utilities. In addition, the consumption expenditure of Courland region are higher than the national average, indicating a lower level of income. In turn, the 7 largest Latvian cities, which also include Ventspils, consumption expenditure is lower than the percentage in the region and the country as a whole. Another priority is the consumer expenditure on housing and utilities, which is 14.1% in urban areas, but in the region of Kurzeme-12.7% of t.sk. expenditure for waste removal from 1 to 2% (of the costs utilities) depending on the type of household and housing, as well as waste management tariff region the size of a city or County. The third priority is the growing expenditure item-transport costs (~ 20%). Subsistence minimum goods and services basket value on average in 2004 was 98.78 lats a month, while in 2005-105.48 Lati.

3.4. production development 3.4.1. profile of Company start-up Dynamics shows that in 2005, the region was registered in 189 companies. By Lursoft statistics during the period from 1995 to 2005 including the Ventspils region was established in the company, while 858 2208 was abolished (see table 15). 15. table. Company founding and closing of the Ventspils region evolution 1995-2005 years the year eliminated by 1995 334 40 2003 149 55 2004 185 88 2005 189 237 registered total 1995-2005 year 2 208 858 economically active enterprises and companies (excluding farms) are described in table 16. This information is provided according to the location of the company, and several of them can carry out their economic activity in several areas at the same time. table 16. Economically active company Ventspils region the number of administrative units, the number of businesses and companies of those with employment of 250 town Ventspils Ventspils district 123 118 5 0 826 784 33 9 region: 949 902 38 9 shows that the region mostly running small and medium-sized enterprises and companies with the number of people employed up to 50 large enterprises, with over 250 employees, is only 9. further information on the number of economically active enterprises by economic activity of Ventspils and Ventspils district in the city in 2004. at the end of the year (see table 17). 17. table. Economically active companies by the end of 2004 after their economic activities to the administrative unit of agriculture, hunting and forestry industry (mining and quarrying, manufacturing, electricity, gas and water supply) including-manufacturing construction wholesale, repair services for hotels and restaurants Transport, storage and communication operations with real estate and rent the other economic activities of the city of Ventspils Ventspils district 28 34 33 7 51 9 16 7 2 28 62 55 93 343 47 103 151 63 region 56
at the end of the year 96 88 82 394 56 119 158 65 2004 Ventspils region most companies-37.7% 394 or their economic activities linked to the wholesale, retail and repair services. In the same year, the region worked 96 or 9.2% of the total number of the company's industrial businesses, including 88 manufacturing companies, and construction companies-100% etc. 3.5 region 9.5 existing infrastructure, this section provides information about residential Fund, public service organizations, educational institutions and number of students, health care institutions, t.sk. hospitals, and of the road network in the region. 3.5.1. Residential Fund 18. table provides data on total living area in the region and the average total area per capita, as well as the residential area on the property. 18. table. The living area in the Ventspils region at the end of 2004, the number of total Housing area, an average of 1 000 m2 to m2, resident city 19 611 1 Ventspils Ventspils district 6,737,403.1 042.5 23.7 28.5 region: 26 348 1 Ventspils region 445.6 26.1 population and household characteristics by type of housing in 2000, taking into account Latvia's census results, given in table 19. 19. table. Household and population by type of Ventspils region housing administrative unit together: From them after the housing type Individual House individual home part separate flat utility room service apartment hotel Rented room or other type not specified in Ventspils city the number of Households number of persons 16 153 2 293 573 13 200 27 14 45 1 40 208 7 032 1 384 31 608 77 28 77 2 Ventspils district number 4 840 2 176 130 2 459 13 7 53 2 Person Households Ventspils region 13 799 7 050 345 6 241 32 9 111 11 number number of households number of persons 54 007 14 082 1 729 37 849 109 37 188 13 20 993 4 469 703 15 659 40 21 98 3 according to the information provided in the table, you'll see that not all residents of the region have participated in the survey and not all have provided answers, therefore the data provided in table 19 are different from the total population of the region in 2000. 3.5.2. education data on educational institutions and number of students involved in the Ventspils Region 2004 September 1 given in table 20. 20. table. Educational institutions and number of students in 2004, Ventspils region on September 1, the characteristics of the city Ventspils Ventspils district together in preschool institutions, the number of Students 9 5 14 1 596 367 1 963 mainstream full time school students number 9 13 22 5 860 1 828 7 688 vocational training institutions, the number of students in a 3-3 743-743 University 1-1 number of students-862 862 3.5.3. Health care in the region of Ventspils hospital and their performance indicators in 2004, given in table 21. 21. table. The number of hospitals and Ventspils region in 2004, the administrative unit of the hospital at the end of the year the number number of beds at the end of the year the Foundation Bed (bed movement) * Hospitalization * number of gultdien number of present town Ventspils Ventspils district 8 248 58 692 1 241 34.38 21.74 422 6 955 total 1 19 2 260 8 670 65 647 56.12


*-not including short-term social care bed **-discharged and deceased relative to the total average number of bed (not including short-term social care) ***-not including short-term social care 3.5.4. the road network in the region of Ventspils is relatively well developed road network, their total length is about 48.6% 1 396 km, of which national and local paths 51.4% The region's overall class I path (with hard cover) is 166 km in length, (II) the class path length is 465 km, of which the quality is satisfactory and which can be used for the transport of waste. The region has a total road length of the parish is 717 km. The region's road network characteristics on the 2004 table 22. Table 22. Road network characteristics at the end of 2004, the administrative unit (km) national road length including road groups from all national road municipal road length main roads class I roads class II roads with hard surface of them improved Ventspils district 679 48 166 465 679 299 717 Ventspils region characteristics of bridge provided in tables 23 and 24:23. table. Bridges autoceļo the region of Ventspils district bridges along concrete stone metal tree number number number of m m m m m the number number of Ventspils district 35 1 34 1 191.62 1 215.62-24.0-24. table. The bridge layout of the Ventspils region autoceļo district bridges along the main class 1 class 2 number number number of m m m m Ventspils district number 215.62 35 1 4 7421.32 24704.38 3.6 89.92 region municipal budget overview of the Ventspils region's municipal budget in 2004 given in table 25. 25. table. Local government in 2004 general budget revenue expenses District fiscal surplus or deficit financing expenditure per capita in dollars of internal financing External financing in Ventspils city 20 914 21 175-261 000 261 000-480 Ventspils district 5 396 5 474-78 000 78 000-386 total region: 26 310 26 649-339 000 339 000-433 Ventspils region have found the budget fiscal deficits 339 thousand lats. Higher expenditure per capita-480-lats in 2004 was in Ventspils city. Ventspils district they had 386 dollars per capita.
4. the Ventspils region waste characterisation of the Ventspils regional waste management plan development project in October 2004-November Ventspils region municipalities held a poll on waste management. The purpose of the survey was the collection of information and clarification on the collected and buried the waste, the waste management system of the participating population, waste collection and transport capabilities (t.sk. waste collection frequency, characteristics of vehicles and containers), the condition of the existing dumps, waste management. In addition to the region's workers carried out the waste management-municipal company JSC "Ventspils landscaping plants ' survey of its activities in Ventspils region. This chapter presents the results of the survey on household waste collected and composition of the region's waste management and infrastructure, provide data on waste management. 4.1. Municipal waste-quantity and composition in 2005 4.1.1. amount of waste collected in the section is based on the information received from the authorities of JSC "Ventspils landscaping plants" (where it is permissible to leave the context-waste management company). Get a summary of the data provided in table 26. 26. table. The amount of municipal waste collected and composition of Ventspils region in 2005, municipal waste (household), commercial and institutional waste in m3, m3 non-hazardous industrial waste, health care waste in m3, m3 Park and garden waste, street cleaning waste/m3, m3, m3 construction waste different inert wastes, the total amount of waste in m3, m3 Ventspils city 62 108 23 450 1 295 1 000 4 500/1 300 4 000 26 000 123 653 Ventspils district town 300/50 140 0 1 418 831 160 0 0

Ventspils district rural areas 6 966 1 350 0 31 0 480 0 8 877 50/total: 69 905 24 960 1 295 1 031 4 850/1 350 4 620 26 000 134 011 percentage of total waste volume 52.2% 1.0% 0.8% to 18.6% 3.6%/ 1.0% 3.4% 19.4% 100.00% – health care wastes treated household waste bringing the total amount of municipal waste collected in the Ventspils region in 2005 was 134 011 m3, of which municipal waste-69 905 m3 52.2% of the total waste or volume. 26. In accordance with the table data region Ventspils waste composition can be described as follows: municipal waste: 69 905 m3 or 52.2% of the total amount. Commercial and institutional waste: 24 960 m3 or 18.6%. Non-hazardous industrial waste: 1 295 m3 or 1.0%. Health care waste: 1 031 m3 or 0.8%. Park and garden waste: 4 850 m3 or 3.6%. Street cleaning waste: 1 350 m3 or 1.0%. Construction waste: 4 620 m3 or 3.4%. Various inert waste: 26 000 m3 or 19,4%. Thus, the total amount of waste collected is dominated by household waste and similar commercial and institutional waste. Large amounts of the total waste stream consists of different inert wastes. These wastes include road construction waste, soil that is removed from the water and sewer trench works, as well as sand and loamy in the Venta river bed deepening. Inert waste is used in the ski hill, which dumping is not necessary to store the waste in municipal landfills. Currently planned that inert waste Ski Hill dumping will use up to and including 2009, further developing the waste management system scheduled for construction waste recycling capacity development as well as construction jobs during the use of the soil removed degraded landscapes. 4.1.2. the waste stream morphological composition of municipal and commercial and institutional waste composition and evaluation of morphological, taking into account the local JSC "Ventspils landscaping plants", reflected in the data provided in table 27, as well as medium-sized data that were obtained through waste sorting in October 2004 and May 2005. 27. table. Morphological composition of waste waste composition of municipal waste, by volume of commercial and institutional, volume% sorting results,% by weight (Ventspils-private homes/apartments) municipal waste management company in the city of Ventspils city of piltene Tārgal food waste 25% to 30% 23.73%% 12.63 27.83% 11.19% 15% 10% glass 9.92% 4.85% 18.03% 18.45% plastic 10%-7.13% 11.32% 8.36% paper/paperboard 5.09% 15% 40% 4.46% 14.37%% 12.55% other 10.33 packaging 5%-of the tetrapak 1.10% of 2.05% tree 0.36% 0.27% pet bottles 15% 10% 1.66% 2.95% 1.67% 2.78% metal, 5% black, 10% 5.34% 0.00% metals 0.66% 5.89% ferrous metals tin 2.34% 1.04% 2.92% 3.86% repair 5% waste-4.16% 7.48% 5.82% 14.07% hazardous SA-0.33% 2.41% 5% 3.80% 4.63% garden waste 14.12% 0.00% 5.76% 12.73% rubber, leather 2.11% 2.11% 3.73% 4.34% textiles 1.96% 2.24% 0.89% 2.32% 0.00% 0.00% ceramic 0.21%% smalksn (1.01