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D1.1 Definition of the starting situation in URBANREC regions

: Hannich, Ronny

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München, 2017, 295 S.
European Commission EC
H2020-H2020-WASTE-2015-two-stage; 690103; URBANREC
New approaches for the valorisation of URBAN bulky wasteinto high added value RECycled products
Bericht, Elektronische Publikation
Fraunhofer ICT ()
waste; URBANREC; recycling; Umwelt

URBANREC aims to develop and implement an eco-innovative and integral bulky waste management system, enhancing prevention, improving logistics and allowing new waste treatments to obtain high added value recycled products and demonstrate its effectiveness in different regions. In the URBANREC project, Northern, Mediterranean, Eastern and South-eastern areas in Europe are represented by Belgium, Spain, Poland and Turkey, which have very different urban waste recycling rates.
The URBANREC project aims to improve the separation and disassembling of bulky waste - implementing advanced fragmentation techniques to obtain high quality raw materials, promoting innovative valorisation routes for those considered more problematic (PUR foam, mixed hard plastics and mixed textiles), until now not recycled due to lack of eco-innovative cost-effective solutions. Innovative waste treatments will be investigated to increase the recovery of these fractions, and later will be optimized and implemented at industrial level thanks to the collaboration of the URBANREC partners.
This report consists in URBANREC’s deliverable 1.1: “definition of the starting situation in URBANREC regions”, achieved within the framework of task 1.1 whose aim is to define an evaluation of bulky waste management in the 4 regions involved in the project. It aims at describing the current situation of bulky waste management in the 4 regions, especially:
- The regulation;
- The existing communication activities;
- The current collection and treatment schemes;
- An overview of existing quantitative information allowing to establish a status quo
that will then be used to monitor the progress achieved along the course of the project.
This report presents these starting situations as a collection and analysis of information filled in in factsheets focusing on the territories covered by the project: Flanders Region and IMOG area in Belgium, Province of Valencia and CVI territory in Spain, the City of Warsaw in Poland and the district of Bornova along with other Districts in Izmir in Turkey. It will also analyse them and compare them in a second part.