“Waste” Mgt Industry / FM Industry “Waste” Mgt Industry Landfill Directive Revised Waste Framework Directive Packaging / Packaging Waste Directive
High Value Manufacturing, Novel Materials, andOpportunities for the Circular Economy • TSB, Green Alliance, High Value Manufacturing Catapult, the ESKTN and WRAP. 14th January 2014 • exciting new materials and techs crucial to the UK’s ambitions for High Value Manufacturing. • explore the potential of ‘novel’ materials and processes to fit into the circular economy, and seek to identify ‘end of life’ (or ‘end of first life’) concerns and opportunities. Green Alliance 25.11.13
Waste Smart one day training course + short assessment + CIWM validated certificate for successful candidates. delivered nationally via network of registered centres skills and understanding to ensure legal compliance saves you money from your bottom line by reducing waste costs and improving resource efficiency. Foundation course...aimed at anyone who generates, handles or manages waste within any organisation, Advanced course...for those who manage waste and ensure compliance ....for those who need to implement, manage and monitor improvements.
Helps in 3 core areas: • Learning: educate staff and stakeholders driving true self sufficiency • Compliance: interactive tool helping companies to understand and monitor their own compliance performance • Improvement: step-by-step support, analysis and monitoring tools to help companies understand the true cost of waste management
“WASTE” = “RESOURCE” (Efficiency / Security) • Bottom line : “waste” or raw material • Business continuity • Supply chain issue • CSR • Compliance • Health and Safety
Voluntary agreements High Value Manufacturing TSB 2013 The Great Recovery RSA / TSB TSB 2014 “Waste”
Levies eg Carrier Bag Tax Deposit and refund? Landfill Tax / Other? Materials taxes eg variable VAT? Product standards Extended Producer Responsibility
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7th EU EAP 2050 Vision In 2050, we live well, within the planet's ecological limits. Our prosperity and healthy environment stem from an innovative, circular economy where nothing is wasted and where natural resources are managed in ways that enhance our society's resilience. Our low carbon growth has long been decoupled from resource use, setting the pace for a global sustainable economy.