5 edition of Northern Ireland"s Waste Management Strategy found in the catalog.
by Stationery Office Books (TSO)
Written in English
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The proposals were outlined in a draft document of the revised Northern Ireland waste management strategy, entitled Delivering Resource Efficiency, which was launched for consultation late last month (October 26) to little fanfare. It stresses that many of the proposals will be subject to individual consultations over the next couple of years. Northern Ireland's local councils have statutory responsibility for the collection and disposal of waste, and as such are the lead actors in promoting recycling. The Northern Ireland Department of the Environment published its first Waste Management Strategy in
The irst waste management strategy for Northern Ireland was published in April and was revised in March under the title “Towards Resource Management”. During the Department of the Environment carried out a scoping exercise which included a review of that Waste Strategy and relevant strategies across these islands and beyond. Northern Ireland’s regulatory body for the waste industry has been told to develop a ‘more rigorous’ strategy for tackling waste crime, according to a review carried out by a leading legal body. Criminal Justice Inspection Northern Ireland (CJI) was asked to carry out a review into efforts by the Northern Ireland Environment Agency (NIEA) to tackle waste crime in the.
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A report published today by John Dowdall CB, the Comptroller and Auditor General for Northern Ireland, examines the development and implementation of Northern Ireland’s Waste Management Strategy.
The Department of the Environment (DOE) has responsibility for taking the lead in developing relevant measures and driving forward the Strategy’s implementation, through its Environment and. Northern Ireland’s current Waste Management Strategy “Towards Resource Management” was published in March and set the strategic direction for waste management in Northern Ireland at that time.
This draft revised Waste Management Strategy itself sets out in detail those proposed policies, including specific actions to be taken. Superseded by Towards resource management - the Northern Ireland waste management strategy (DOENI, ).
To be read with Review of the waste management strategy for Northern Ireland (EHS, ). Northern Irelands Waste Management Strategy book and Heritage Service is an agency within the DOENI. ISBN X. Publisher Information. Northern Ireland's Waste Management Strategy Thirty–first Report of Session –06 Report, together with formal minutes, oral and written evidence Ordered by The House of Commons to be printed 13 February £ Published in Marchthe Waste Management Strategy for Northern Ireland has been developed to allow Northern Ireland to meet its legal obligations under the EC Waste Framework Directive, as well as meeting the protocols under the Landfill Directive and other EU Directives, including Producer Respon- sibility and the Hazardous Waste Directive.
The waste management strategy () - Delivering Resources Efficiency 4 - sets the policy framework for the management of waste in Northern Ireland. This is a revised Strategy File Size: KB. This Strategy is a revision of the current Northern Ireland Waste Management Strategy: Towards Resource Management which was published in March and set the strategic direction for waste management in Northern Ireland at the time.
Following a scoping exercise by the Department, it wasFile Size: 3MB. The Northern Ireland Waste Management Strategy‘Towards Resource Management’ 2, published by the Department of the Environment, details six policy strands which should be pursued in order to achieve the EU targets.
Strand 2, Recycling and Recovery, sets out targets for the percentage of NI waste to be recycled or. The DOE spokesperson said: “The Programme is an important component of the Northern Ireland Waste Management Strategy – “Delivering Efficiency” published last year.
It aims to decouple economic growth from the environment impacts associated with waste generation. Northern Ireland Affairs Committee Waste Management Strategy in Northern Ireland Sixth Report of Session Volume II Oral and written evidence Ordered by The House of Commons to be printed 21 February £File Size: 1MB.
Northern Ireland's Waste Management Strategy (PDF MB) Contact Information. Northern Ireland Audit Office University Street Belfast BT7 1EU. T: () F: () or () E. across England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland whose membership of waste management and recycling professionals co-ordinate and operate waste management services.
Membership is drawn from all types of authority including statutory Waste Collection (WCA), Waste Disposal (WDA) and. — (1) The Department shall have a waste management strategy containing its policies in relation to the recovery and disposal of waste in Northern Ireland.
(2) The Department may from time to time modify the waste management strategy. (3) The waste management strategy shall consist of a statement which relates to the whole of Northern Ireland.
set out in the Northern Ireland Waste Management Strategy, the Waste Management Plans of individual councils and partnerships, and the Northern Ireland Landfill Allowance Scheme.
Rethink Waste Revenue Fund The Revenue Fund will support reducing waste and reducing greenhouse gas emissions, principally by increased diversion of. Supersedes Towards resource management - the Northern Ireland waste management strategy (DOENI, ). Originally published by the Department of.
Environment Strategy for Northern Ireland 1. Introduction It is a fundamental premise of a civilised society that everyone should have the right to live in a healthy environment, with access to sufficient and appropriate environmental resources for a healthy life. Northern Ireland’s environment is its most important asset and it is crucial to File Size: 1MB.
the current and future need. NIAS is spread across Northern Ireland and the strategy has to apply to all our properties. Aims The aim of this strategy is to set out how NIAS can reduce, reuse, recycle, recover and dispose of waste according to the waste hierarchy.
This Waste Management Strategy File Size: KB. Advice on waste management operational techniques and legislative compliance. Waste brokerage and management services to include inert, non-hazardous, difficult and hazardous waste streams.
Registered for Trans-frontier shipments in Ireland assisting waste exporters and importers. Soil sampling and analysis including waste classification. Making Waste Wonderful: Northern Ireland Companies achieve Zero Waste to Landfill goals Northern Ireland businesses are more invested than ever in the principles of circular economy.
More than 95 local companies have committed to working towards zero waste, which. Waste Management Strategy The Waste Management Strategy for Northern Ireland (WMS), published in Marchestablishes the framework for the substantial action required to change waste management practices in Northern Ireland.
The key aim of the WMS is to achieve fully sustainable wasteFile Size: KB. Volume 2 of the Northern Ireland Waste Management Strategy – sets out the policies that the Northern Ireland Executive are using or planning to use to manage construction waste.
The study recommended an increase in the level of reuse and recycling up to a target of 75% by arc21 is the umbrella Waste Management Group for 6 councils in the eastern part of Northern Ireland. Find Out Who We Are.
arc21 develops, implements and maintains the councils' Waste Management Plan and supports councils in helping them meet their legal obligations with regards to waste management. Learn About What We Do.The Strategy moves the emphasis of waste management in Northern Ireland from resource management (with landfill diversion as the key driver) to resource efficiency, that is, using resources in the most effective way while minimising the impact of their use on the environment.