Declaration for Waste Management

In accordance with the current waste management regulations,
I John Winston confirm that I will take all reasonable steps to ensure that all
waste from the site is dealt with in accordance with the

Waste Management Acts

 

 

Contents

1.            Introduction
to the Site Waste Management Plan

2.            Purpose
of C&D WMP

3.            Contact
List

4.            Description
of project

5.            Audit
Monitor and Review

6.            Waste
Management Options

7.            Disposal

8.            Minimizing
Hazardous Waste

9.            Contaminated
Waste and Soil

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1.0          Introduction
to the Site Waste Management Plan

The aim of this waste management plan is to identify the
waste that is generated during the construction of this project and identifies
how that waste will recycled/disposed of. The Waste Management Plan has been
prepared by Fitzsimons Doyle and Associates as an assessment of the impacts that
result the generation of waste materials during the construction of the housing
development.

Please note that this document is a draft for the planning
submission purposes which is intended as a guide for the contractor in drawing
up their own final waste management strategy

To prevent waste impacts on the environment, Fitzsimons
Doyle and Associates will implement the following:

•             Prevention
of waste

•             The reuse
of materials

•             The
recycling of materials

•             Disposal              

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2.0  
Purpose of C&D WMP

 

 

The purpose of the C&D WMP is to provide information necessary to
ensure that the management of waste that is produced by the construction is in
accordance with all the current legal standards.

·        
Waste Management Act 1996 to 2005 and associate
Regulations which create a responsibility for the management of waste.

·        
Litter Act 1997

·        
Packaging Regulations 2003

·        
Waste Management Plan for Dublin Region
2005-2010

 

The main aim of the WMP is to
encourage recycling and recovery of waste and reduce waste as much as possible.

The Plan has been written in
accordance with the Best Practice Guidelines on the Preparation of Waste
Management Plans for Construction & Demolition Projects.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3.0 Contact List

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

4.0 Description of project

 

The project consists of 4
detached pitched roof dwellings to side and rear of Lily Cottage which includes
1 bungalow and 3 X 2 storey semi-detached dwellings, enlargement of existing
vehicular access, new access road, parking spaces, footpath, drainage system,
lighting and all related works. The project is situated at side and rear of
Lily Cottage Previously O’ Neills Cottage, Hollystown, Dublin 15 in the
administrative area of Fingal County Council. The site of the works is located
directly off the Hollystown/Killbride road which is also the access road. The
work will generally consist of 435M² of houses.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

5.0 Audit Monitor and Review

 

Site Inspections.

There will be regular inspections of the works by the Site Management
team, this is to guarantee the continued compliance of site operations with the
provisions of the SWMP.

Internal Inspection.

Weekly audits will be carried out. Any nonconformities and
actions arising

6.0 Waste Management Options

Prevention is the first step to waste management as it both reduces
the amount of waste but also reduces the resources needed for the job. It is also
financially beneficial as there is a reduction of construction materials that need
to be purchased. To achieve this, materials should be ordered on a ”as needed”
basis to avoid over supply. All materials should be stored and handled in the correct
manner to avoid unnecessary damage and thus waste. Where applicable materials generated
on site

Should be reused on site or salvaged for subsequent reuse to
the greatest extent possible and disposal should only be considered as a last resort.
In this case the excavated clay/soil can and should be set aside for landscaping
material.

 

All waste is to be segregated in skips and all recyclable waste
to be stored in recycling receptacles. Collections of waste will be as usage required.
All non-hazardous recyclable waste will be transferred to a sustainable landfill.
All materials that will be recycled shall be split up into suitable containers for
collection.

Clay /Soil/Rock

The clay, soil and rock that will be excavated for foundations
shall be reused where possible. There will be excess clay, soil and rock that cannot
be used for landscaping which will be disposed of off-site. The soil will be disposed
of by the contractors licenced under the waste management act 1996, the waste management
regulations of 2001.

               

 

7.0 Disposal

All waste will be collected
by suitable waste management contractor and disposed of at permitted site suitable
for the type of waste, and all appropriate records maintained. Burning of surplus
material or any material from the site will not be permitted.

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