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The Public Company Snaga

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Presentazione utilizzata da Jože Gregorič, SNAGA Public Waste Management Company of Ljubljana, durante il suo intervento alla conferenza internazionale Milano Recycle City, che si è svolta il 6 giugno 2014 presso la Fabbrica del Vapore di Milano

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The Public Company Snaga

  1. 1. THE PUBLIC COMPANY SNAGA LJUBLJANA, SLOVENIA COMPANY PRESENTATION
  2. 2. THE PUBLIC COMPANY SNAGA CORE ACTIVITIES • collecting and removing municipal waste • cleaning public and green areas YEAR OD ESTABLISHMENT 1920 AREA SERVED City of Ljubljana and nine municipalities in the vicinity (Brezovica, Dobrova - Polhov Gradec, Dol pri Ljubljani, Ig, Horjul, Medvode, Škofljica, Velike Lašče and Vodice); 361.882 residents OWNERSHIP Part of JAVNI HOLDING Ljubljana (a company for the management of public companies) which is the owner of the company ASSOCIATES City of Ljubljana and the nearby municipalities Brezovica, Dobrova - Polhov Gradec, Dol pri Ljubljani, Ig, Horjul, Medvode, Škofljica, Velike Lašče and Vodice EMPLOYEES 426
  3. 3. 2001 2006 2008 2010 2012 2013 COLLECTED WASTE (SNAGA) t 152.197 147.493 167.259 156.622 136.082 128.802 RECIEVED WASTE (OTHERS) t 64.834 50.572 44.735 17.784 8.120 4.857 COLLECTED AND RECIEVED WASTE (ALL TOGETHER) t 217.031 198.065 211.994 174.406 144.202 133.659 SEPARATELY COLLECTED WASTE t 9.623 19.826 35.926 43.073 55.751 59.908 WASTE DISPOSAL t 207.408 178.239 176.068 131.333 88.451 69.853 INCOMES mio € 13,2 18,2 22,9 33,5 33,1 34 EXPENSES mio € 13,1 17,1 22,5 36,5 36 34 INVESTMENTS mio € 1,6 3,2 6,9 7,0 4,2 EMPLOYEES number 378 393 454 462 461 433 SNAGA IN NUMBERS
  4. 4. VISION, MISSION AND STRATEGY To maintain high level of satisfaction of our customers. Providing top-quality service at an appropriate price. To control the whole process of waste management. To expand our services throughout Slovenia. Staying in 100 % ownership of local communities. Exploit the economies of scale, flexibility and competitive advantage. STRATEGY 2012 - 2016 To take care of a clean and healthy environment. Providing top-quality services in the fields of waste management and cleaning of public areas at an appropriate price. Our top priority is to satisfy the needs of our customers. OUR MISSION To be the leading municipal waste management company in Slovenia. We want to be the best! . OUR VISION
  5. 5. COMPANY’S MAIN STRATEGIC GOALS UPGRADE THE EXISTING WASTE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM AND IN FIVE YEARS TIME EXCEED 66-PERCENT SHARE OF SEPARATELY COLLECTED WASTE. REDUCE LANDFILLED WASTE TO LESS THAN 25% AND WITH RCERO WASTE TREATMENT FACILITIES SOLVE WASTE PROBLEM OF 700.000 INHABITANTS OR 40 SLOVENIAN MUNICIPALITIES. WITH A VARIETY OF ACTIVITES STRENGTHEN EMPLOYEE LOYALTY.
  6. 6. COMPANY’S MAIN STRATEGIC GOALS WITH SERVICE OPTIMIZATION AND EFFICIENT FINANCING OF INVESTMENTS ENSURE EFFECTIVE PROCESS MANAGEMENT AND COMPETITIVE PRICES OF SERVICES.
  7. 7. OUR ACTIVITIES IN PICTURES …
  8. 8. … AND WORDS COLLECTION AND WASTE REMOVAL WASTE DISPOSAL CLEANING PUBLIC AREAS MAINTENANCE OF GREEN AREAS PUBLIC RESTROOMS PLACARDING MAINTENANCE SERVICES
  9. 9. WASTE COLLECTION • 2.901 ecological collection sites in the area of the Municipality of Ljubljana and nearby municipalities; one per 124 inhabitants (two times more as prescribed by municipal ordinance and four times more than is required by state law). • 44.000 bins for packaging • 22. 000 bins for organic waste in 2013 • 18.000 bins for collecting paper and packaging were distributed • 47.000 bins for residual waste • Sum 131.000 bins (residual waste, organic waste, packaging, paper) • 361. 882 people are included in system • 300.000 people are included in BIO waste management system. In 2014 we will extend the area of collecting organic waste also to settlements with more than 500 inhabitants.
  10. 10. IMPROVEMENT OF WASTE COLLECTION SYSTEM 35,000 240-LITRE BINS FOR PACKAGING, 19,000 240-LITER BINS FOR PAPER 8000 1100-LITRE BINS FOR PACKAGING 500 1100-LITRE BINS FOR PAPER 2,5 MILLION EUROS LESS COMMON REMOVAL OF RESIDUAL WASTE FROM MAY 2012 TO APRIL 2013 TO MAKE SEPARATING AND COLLECTING WASTE MORE CONVENIENT AND SIMPLE
  11. 11. WASTE COLLECTION ECOLOGICAL COLLECTION SITES UNDERGROUND COLLECTION UNITS COLLECTION SITE ON PRIVATE PROPERTY
  12. 12. WASTE COLLECTION Collection center where residents may deposit more than 20 types of waste Collecting hazardous waste and small electrical and electronic equipment with movable collection unit. Removal of bulky waste by customers order
  13. 13. QUANTITIES OF SEPARATELY COLLECTED FRACTIONS 3617.750 4263.0 5438.0 6398.0 8076.0 9245.0 9911.0 9733.0 10270.0 11475.0 844.0 958.0 1302.0 1584.0 2286.0 3132.30 4070.0 5598.0 8784.0 11864.0 1500.0 1727.0 2054.0 2327.0 2946.0 3520.160 4034.0 4729.0 5253.0 5251.0 3281.0 7969.0 9362.0 10572.0 12190.0 15366.0 17929.0 19883.0 .0 10000.0 20000.0 30000.0 40000.0 50000.0 60000.0 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 organic glass packaging paper
  14. 14. QUANTITIES OF RESIDUAL WASTE COLLECTED 100075.0 99001.0 99860.0 96887.0 95883.0 88955.0 82354.0 71648.0 59573.0 46609.0 .0 20000.0 40000.0 60000.0 80000.0 100000.0 120000.0 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013
  15. 15. QUANTITIES OF WASTE COLLECTED PER CAPITA YEAR PAPER PACKAGING GLASS TOTAL BIO TOTAL+BIO RESIDUAL WASTE TOTAL share of separately kg / capita / year kg / capita / year kg / capita / year kg / capita / year kg / capita / year kg / capita / year kg / capita / year kg / capita / year collected waste GOAL 30 45 18 93 65 158 150 308 TOTAL WASTE 2012 1Q 27,6 18,3 14,2 60,1 37,3 97,4 172,4 269,8 36,11% 2Q 27,9 20,9 15,0 63,9 52,0 115,8 178,7 294,5 39,33% 3Q 27,8 24,4 13,7 65,8 57,0 122,8 155,9 278,7 44,05% 4Q 30,8 34,1 15,5 80,3 52,9 133,2 156,8 290,0 45,94% 2013 1Q 27,0 33,0 15,5 75,5 38,0 113,5 133,9 247,4 45,86% 2Q 35,5 36,2 16,0 87,7 61,1 148,8 133,0 281,7 52,80% 3Q 31,9 33,2 11,5 76,6 63,2 139,8 120,7 260,5 53,68% 4Q 33,1 37,5 17,5 77,9 59,7 137,6 130,2 267,8 51,39% 2014 1Q 30,3 35,2 15,9 81,4 46,5 128,0 115,8 243,8 52,49%
  16. 16. QUANTITIES OF WASTE COLLECTED PER CAPITA 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100% GOAL 1Q/12 2Q/12 3Q/12 4Q/12 1Q/13 2Q/13 3Q/13 4Q/13 1Q/14 PAPER kg / capita / year PACKAGING kg / capita / year GLASS kg / capita / year BIO kg / capita / year RESIDUAL WASTE kg / capita / year
  17. 17. DISPOSAL AND WASTE TREATMENT RCERO GAS POWER PLANT FIVE LANDFILL CELLS
  18. 18. SNAGA‘S EMPLOYEES AND VEHICLES IN NUMBERS ACTIVITY NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES VEHICLES WASTE REMOVAL 215 73 garbage trucks, 17 skip loaders, 6 hook lifts, 7 trucks with crane CLEANING OF PUBLIC AREAS 63 12 light duty vehicles, 9 trucks, 14 sweepers, 1 road tanker for rinsing, 1 wet cleaning machine MAINTENANCE OF GREEN AREAS 45 9 trucks, 4 light duty vehicles, 1 sweeper WASTE DISPOSAL 34 3 compactors, 3 loaders, 2 ​​excavators, 1 tractor, 2 vans, 1 truck MAINTENANCE SERVICES 21 3 commercial vehicles PUBLIC RESTROOMS 11 PLACARDING 1 1 commercial vehicle OTHER SERVICES AND MANAGEMENT 36 ALL TOGETHER 426 170
  19. 19. MARKET bulky waste residual waste removal of green trimmings SORTING GAS POWER PLANT compost PARTNER composting gas organic waste ecological collection sites collection center electricity heat manufactoring small business, service activities LANDFILL
  20. 20. MARKET WASTE PROCESSING bulky waste residual waste GAS POWER PLANT PARTNER WASTE PROCESSING, COMPOSTING organic waste ecological collection sites collection center „door to door“ system electricity manufactoring small business, service activities gas removal of green trimmings gas LANDFILL
  21. 21. REUSE CENTRE IN LJUBLJANA
  22. 22. • In the past ten years Snaga has been focusing on raising awareness of the importance of recycling and has successfully educated citizens on how to recycle everyday items. FEBRUARY 2014: SNAGA REACHES MORE THAN 55% OF SEPARATE WASTE COLLECTION.
  23. 23. • Even though people are getting used to recycling, they are not yet familiar with the philosophy of reuse. • Snaga decides to move up the waste hierarchy from recycling to actively promoting reuse and waste prevention.
  24. 24. • In order to promote reuse and responsible behavior toward the environment and society at large, Snaga launches a socially responsible initiative Get used to reuse. • Main aim of the initiative is to • MAKE AN IMPACT ON THE BEHAVIOUR AND VALUES OF CITIZENS IN THE DIRECTION OF ADOPTING THE PHILOSOPHY OF REUSE AND WASTE PREVENTION IN THEIR EVERYDAY LIFE.
  25. 25. THANK YOU FOR YOUR ATTENTION. June 2014

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