Department of the Environment, Water, Heritage and the Arts Waste Technology and Innovation Study



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Aspect

Objective

Evaluation Criteria (Scoring)

2

Social

2.1

Consistency with the National Waste Policy

Fosters the goals and objectives of National Waste Policy

5. Directly achieves the Policy’s stated waste management goals and objectives

4. Directly achieves Policy’s waste management goals and objectives

3. Indirectly supports the Policy’s waste management goals and objectives

2. Has no impact on the Policy’s waste management goals and objectives

1. Contravenes the Policy’s waste management goals and objectives


2.2

Deliver innovation based on sound science.

Develop Innovation platform to drive and guide the development of novel technologies to new businesses and emerging infrastructure needs.


5. Technology innovation is based on the application of novel technologies applied to emerging practice

4. Technology innovation based on novel technologies applied within the same models of waste management operation

3. Innovation based on incremental technological applications to emerging infrastructure needs

2. Innovation based on incremental technological applications to existing infrastructure.

1. No innovation


2.3

Employment Opportunities

Increased employment opportunities for skilled and unskilled local labour - construction and operation including multiplier industries.

5. 20+ new construction jobs and 20+ new operational jobs or labour intensity spanning multiple sectors compared with alternative management.

4. 10-20 new construction jobs and 10-20 new operational jobs or labour intensity within the nominated sectors compared with alternative management.

3. 1-10 new construction jobs and 1-10 new operational jobs or significantly more labour intensive than alternatives

2. 1-10 new jobs (construction and/or operational).

1. No new construction or operational jobs


2.4

Community Acceptance

High level of community support for the proposed project including perceived and real nuisances and convenience levels.

5. High level of community support (regional level)

4. Low level of community support (local level / special interest groups)

3. Community acceptance (neutral)

2. Low level of public objection (local level / special interest groups)

1. High level of public objection (regional level)


2.5

Quality of People’s Living Environment

Quality of people’s living environment is enhanced (highly linked to perception)

5. Positive impact on visual amenity, air quality, odour, traffic

4. No impact on visual amenity, air quality, odour, traffic, or residential/community land acquisition

3 .Low level of impact on visual amenity, air quality, odour, traffic or residential/community land acquisition

2. Moderate level of impact on visual amenity, air quality, odour, traffic or residential/community land acquisition

1. High level of impact on visual amenity, air quality, odour, traffic or residential/community land acquisition






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