Your logo here WasteMINZ Mid-Year Roundup 2013. Wellington.

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  • your logo here WasteMINZ Mid-Year Roundup 2013. Wellington
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  • your logo here WasteMINZ Mid-Year Roundup 2013. Wellington ISSUES AND OPPORTUNITIES FOR ORGANIC MATERIALS OVERVIEW AND BRAINSTORM PartDescription 1Intro, purpose 2Background to OMSG 3Current status, where to from here 4Workshop, Part 1 (groups) - making the vision a reality 5Workshop, Part 2 (together) reporting back
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  • your logo here WasteMINZ Mid-Year Roundup 2013. Wellington PART 2: BACKGROUND OF OMSG MfE Informal communications need for national organic strategy (framework) need a go-to organisation Composting NZ unsuccessful in getting MfE project funding (context) WasteMINZ Conference 2011 Organic Waste Strategy Planning Workshop Stakeholders SWOT, PESTLEID analysis Draft vision
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  • your logo here WasteMINZ Mid-Year Roundup 2013. Wellington BACKGROUND OF OMSG WasteMINZ Board Organics key (WMA, ETS) Compost NZ focus too narrow. New sector group required to best meet needs of industry (Sec 6, ToR) Disestablish CNZ Draft framework prepared for discussion/feedback August 2012 workshop Draft framework discussed Objectives developed Interim Steering Group formed Framework updated Identified other stakeholders Vision statement refined :
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  • your logo here WasteMINZ Mid-Year Roundup 2013. Wellington BACKGROUND OF OMSG Vision Statement 1.To minimise the generation of residual organic materials 2.To maximise the value of residual organic materials, ensuring beneficial use March /April 2013 Nominations invited for steering committee. Members are: Chris Purchase, (Vice-Chair), SKM Darren Hoskins, Wellington City Council Graham Jones, Envirowaste John Cocks, (Board Champion),MWH Mike Jones, Earthcare Environmental Parul Sood, Auckland Council Terry Atkinson, Bio Cosmos George Fietje, (Chair), Living Earth
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  • your logo here WasteMINZ Mid-Year Roundup 2013. Wellington BACKGROUND OF OMSG April 2013 Broadened scope of beneficial uses. These are: Energy Compost Stock-food Chemical feed stock
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  • your logo here WasteMINZ Mid-Year Roundup 2013. Wellington PART 3: OMSG. CURRENT STATUS AND WHERE TO FROM HERE. Vision 1.To minimise the generation of residual organic materials 2.To maximise the value of residual organic materials, ensuring beneficial use Big Picture issues Organic waste generation sources, quantities, characteristics Management practices and issues Adverse effects Barriers Potential uses
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  • your logo here WasteMINZ Mid-Year Roundup 2013. Wellington PART 3: OMSG. CURRENT STATUS AND WHERE TO FROM HERE. Big picture opportunities Waste to Energy Chemical resources Compost Stockfood
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  • your logo here WasteMINZ Mid-Year Roundup 2013. Wellington PART 3: OMSG. CURRENT STATUS AND WHERE TO FROM HERE. Vision of a future 1.Regional bio-digester? 2.Urban FW residual service? 3.Community Gardens? 4.Wood Recovery?
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  • your logo here WasteMINZ Mid-Year Roundup 2013. Wellington snap-shot of your vision in 5 to 10 years what do you see? what goals and actions need to be fulfilled to get there to make vision a reality SESSION 2.
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  • your logo here WasteMINZ Mid-Year Roundup 2013. Wellington Reporting back Prioritise Timeframes Specific actions SESSION 2.