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Waste Management Plan (WMP)-Construction & Demolition

This Waste Management Plan (IS/WMP) has been developed to address wastes that will be considered for disposal at (facility/Project Name). This WMP has been developed following (STATE/NAME OF THE COUNTRY WHERE BUSINESS EXIST) Waste Management Rules.

1.1.  Plan Objectives

The basic objectives of this WMP are:

  • Generally, to protect public health and the environment by ensuring that wastes are properly evaluated and managed.
  • Identify wastes for acceptance at the facility.
  • To address waste screening and review of particular wastes to be accepted.

This WMP requires approval by the (STATE/MNAME OF THE COUNTRY WHERE BUSINESS EXIST) Pollution Control Agency [and country, if applicable]. Any future amendments or changes in management practices or other policies will be submitted for approval before implementation.

1.2.  Facility Classification

The (YOUR COUNTRY/STATE WASTE MANAGEMENT DEPARTMENT) has established three classes of demolition landfills based on the types of wastes accepted at the facility. Table 1 briefly describes these three classes and identifies the contents of the WMP for each class of landfill.

1.  Acceptable Wastes

Class I

  • Acceptable C&D Waste list (See list in Acceptable waste section.)

Class II

  • Acceptable construction and demolition (Construction & Demolition) waste list
  • Casual industrial no recyclable packaging like paper, cardboard and plastic
  • Like industrial wastes consists of wood, concrete, porcelain fixtures, shingles, or window glass

Class III

  • All C&D wastes
  • Most industrial wastes

2.  WMP Contents

Class I

  • Explain screening procedures, address asbestos-containing materials (ACM) if applicable

Class II

  • Explain screening procedures and rectify additional Construction & Demolition (C&D) wastes and specific demo-like industrial wastes to be accepted; address ACM if applicable.
  • Develop waste acceptance criteria.

Class III

  • Describe screening procedures and identify additional Construction & Demolition wastes and specific industrial wastes to be accepted; address ACM if applicable.
  • Develop waste acceptance criteria.

2.  Specific Acceptable and Unacceptable Wastes

2.1.  Acceptable Wastes

The facility/Client may accept construction and demolition (C&D) debris and wastes as identified on the Acceptable Waste List in the (STATE/NAME OF THE COUNTRY WHERE BUSINESS EXIST) Demolition Landfill Guidance. A copy of this list is included in Appendix A.

  • Also, the facility will accept the following waste types.
  • Casual industrial non-recyclable packaging consisting of paper, cardboard and plastic.
  • For example industrial wastes consists of wood, concrete, porcelain fixtures, shingles, or window glass.
  • Extra construction and demolition (C&D) wastes not identified on the Acceptable
  • Waste list. [Class III landfills only]
  • Specific industrial wastes. [Class III landfills only]
  • These additional wastes are specified in Appendix B.

2.2.  Unacceptable Wastes

The Client/facility will not accept [modify the list below or list all waste types and/or specific wastes that the facility will not accept].

  • Agricultural chemicals or containers (including empty pesticide, herbicide, and insecticide containers)
  • Animal skeleton, parts, or rendering and slaughterhouse wastes
  • Appliances (including white goods and brown goods)
  • Asbestos – Friable
  • Ashes or hot wastes that could spontaneously combust or ignite other wastes due to high temperatures
  • Ash from boiler or heating system, resource recovery facilities and power plants
  • Batteries
  • Carbon filters – spent
  • Cardboard – recyclable
  • Chemical containers
  • Fluorescent tubes and ballasts containing polychlorinated biphenyl (PCBs)
  • Food waste
  • Foundry wastes
  • Furniture and mattresses
  • Hazardous waste
  • High-intensity discharge lamps
  • Household refuse or garbage
  • Infectious waste
  • Liquids (any type)
  • Liquid non-hazardous materials – spilt
  • Machinery or engine parts
  • Medical waste
  • Mercury-containing wastes (thermostats, switches)
  • Various Chemicals &substances such as Paints, thinners, solvents, or varnishes - undried (including undried applicators, brushes, cans, containers, filters, or dust collectors)
  • PCB contaminated wastes
  • Pesticide containers
  • Variety of Petroleum products such as containers or filters (including oil, grease, or fuel)
  • Radioactive waste (RW) - (unless natural materials at normal background levels)
  • Unprotected and unusual damaged sealants (including undried applicators, containers, and tubes)
  • Septic tank pumping
  • Sludge’s (including ink, lime, wood, sewage or paper)
  • Live coal tar elements (including applicators, containers, and tubes)
  • Tires
  • Vehicles
  • Yard waste (not accepted for disposal)

2.3.    Mandatory waste types
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