Nottinghamshire Insight

Waste

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A Waste-Less Nottingham Waste Strategy 2010-2030

  • Report
  • published by Nottingham City Council on 07/12/2010
Description

This Municipal Waste Management Strategy sets out the aims and intentions for delivery of the waste management service provided by the City Council. This includes the collection, recycling, treatment and disposal of wastes from households, some commercial premises (known as trade waste), and other council supporting services to reduce the amount of waste we generate. The combination of both household waste and other wastes collected by the City Council is known as Municipal Waste.

Places: Nottingham City

A Waste-Less Nottingham Waste Strategy 2010-2030 - Summary

  • Report
  • published by Nottingham City Council on 25/01/2012
Description

This Municipal Waste Management Strategy sets out the aims and intentions for delivery of the waste management service provided by the City Council. This includes the collection, recycling, treatment and disposal of wastes from households, some commercial premises(known as trade waste), and other council supporting services to reduce the amount of waste we generate. The combination of both household waste and other wastes collected by the City Council is known as Municipal Waste

Places: Nottingham City

Nottingham City Kerbside Waste Composition Analysis (June 2018)

  • Report
  • published by Nottingham City Council on 03/07/2017
Description

This report aims to draw together the results of previous work done in field of waste composition analysis and establish any trends over time for the Eastcroft Incinerator, Nottingham. The feed stock for this c.170,000 tonne capacity plant originates from domestic and commercial residual waste collections undertaken in Nottingham and the surrounding boroughs of Broxtowe, Rushcliffe and Gedling. The report draws on data from studies carried out on the residual waste stream broken down into its various compositional fractions.

Places: Nottingham City

Nottinghamshire and Nottingham Waste Local Plan (Adopted, Nottinghamshire County/Nottingham City Council, January 2002)

  • Report
  • published by Other on 01/01/2002
Description

The plan sets out the broad land use framework for future waste management in Nottinghamshire and covers all forms of waste including household, commercial, industrial and construction wastes. The plan identifies potential future sites for new facilities such as waste transfer, recycling, composting, energy recovery and landfill. It also sets out the detailed environmental and other criteria against which all applications for waste management will be judged. Objectives: Protect the environment. Use resources efficiently. Control pollution. Increase public awareness and involvement. Reduce the dependency on disposal as a waste management option. Increase the amount of waste that is recycled, incinerated and composted. Protect the environment by directing harmful development away from sensitive areas, and minimising the effect on the surrounding environment and people. Minimising the consumption of material and energy. Minimising environmental pollution. Ensure the proper reclamation of disposal sites, and their after uses.

Places: Nottinghamshire

Planning Policy Statement 10 - Planning for Sustainable Waste Management - Revised 2011 (Department for Communities and Local Government, 2011)

  • Report
  • published by Other on 17/04/2013
Description

Government policy on waste to protect human health and the environment by producing less waste and by using it as a resource wherever possible.

Places: Other

Waste Framework Directive (2006/12/EC)

  • Report
  • published by Other on 05/04/2006
Description

This Directive sets out to ensure that waste management provisions secure the protection of human health and the environment against harmful effects caused by the collection, transport, treatment, storage and tipping of waste. Objectives: Effective and consistent rules on waste disposal and recovery that prohibit the abandonment, dumping or uncontrolled disposal of waste The recovery of waste and the use of recovered materials as raw materials in order to conserve natural resources. Implementation of measures to restrict the production of waste particularly by promoting clean technologies and products which can be recycled and re-used, taking into consideration existing or potential market opportunities for recovered waste. Reduced movements of waste. Member States to become self-sufficient in waste disposal.

Places: Other