list of MRF facilities in the UK that receive household waste.

Lucy O'Shea made this Rhyddid Gwybodaeth request to Environment Agency

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Dear Environment Agency,

I would be very grateful if you could provide me with a list (including location and contact details) of all material recycling facilities in the UK that receive household waste. I do not intend to use this information for commercial purposes.

Yours faithfully,

Lucy O'Shea
Economics Department
University of Bath

Enquiries, Unit, Environment Agency

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Dear Lucy,

 

I have just been passed on your email in regards to a list of MRF
facilities in the UK from our National Request team.

 

We hold a list of all the currently notified Materials Facilities, however
based on your email the request appears to cover a lot more than this.

 

Before I start looking into this further and see who the best person to
respond to you would be, I just wanted to clarify with you first what you
are looking for.

 

If you’d like to discuss this further, feel free to contact me on the
number below.

 

Kind regards,

 

Abigail Spooner
Regulatory Officer

Operations Regulatory Services – Waste and Industry Regulatory Service

Part of Operations: Regulation and Customer

 

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Hi Lucy,

 

Just wondering if you have had a chance to have a look at this yet?

 

This request is currently ‘on hold’ until we can clarify it with you.

 

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please feel free to contact.

 

Kind regards,

 

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From: MF Regs
Sent: 06 April 2018 16:22
To: '[FOI #473989 email]'
<[FOI #473989 email]>
Subject: 180405/CU09 Freedom of Information request - list of MRF
facilities in the UK that receive household waste

 

Dear Lucy,

 

I have just been passed on your email in regards to a list of MRF
facilities in the UK from our National Request team.

 

We hold a list of all the currently notified Materials Facilities, however
based on your email the request appears to cover a lot more than this.

 

Before I start looking into this further and see who the best person to
respond to you would be, I just wanted to clarify with you first what you
are looking for.

 

If you’d like to discuss this further, feel free to contact me on the
number below.

 

Kind regards,

 

Abigail Spooner
Regulatory Officer

Operations Regulatory Services – Waste and Industry Regulatory Service

Part of Operations: Regulation and Customer

 

Environment Agency, Quadrant 2, 99 Parkway Avenue, Sheffield, S94WF

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Hi Lucy,

 

Please can you clarify the below request for us, as unfortunately we
cannot continue with it until we get clarification.

 

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From: MF Regs
Sent: 16 April 2018 09:22
To: '[FOI #473989 email]'
<[FOI #473989 email]>
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Subject: RE: 180405/CU09 Freedom of Information request - list of MRF
facilities in the UK that receive household waste

 

Hi Lucy,

 

Just wondering if you have had a chance to have a look at this yet?

 

This request is currently ‘on hold’ until we can clarify it with you.

 

Again, if you’d like to discuss this further or need some more information
please feel free to contact.

 

Kind regards,

 

Abigail Spooner
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From: MF Regs
Sent: 06 April 2018 16:22
To: '[FOI #473989 email]'
<[5][FOI #473989 email]>
Subject: 180405/CU09 Freedom of Information request - list of MRF
facilities in the UK that receive household waste

 

Dear Lucy,

 

I have just been passed on your email in regards to a list of MRF
facilities in the UK from our National Request team.

 

We hold a list of all the currently notified Materials Facilities, however
based on your email the request appears to cover a lot more than this.

 

Before I start looking into this further and see who the best person to
respond to you would be, I just wanted to clarify with you first what you
are looking for.

 

If you’d like to discuss this further, feel free to contact me on the
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    18 05 16 Materials Recycling Facility data FOI request.xlsm

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Hi Lucy,

 

Please find attached Materials Recycling Facility data for 2015 to the
first quarter of 2018 (Jan-Mar).

 

Data before these years has been archived. I am happy to send you this
data if you wish but the data for the years provided should provide enough
information to help identify trends and patterns.

 

This data is provided under the conditions of an open government licence,
please find details of this licence here:
[1]http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/doc/o...

 

In regards to Materials Facility data, you can find data from 2014 (when
the regulations first came into force) until the last quarter of 2017
(Oct-Dec) here: [2]https://mfrp.wrap.org.uk/

 

You just need to register for access and then you can export the data to
Excel. The portal also holds data for Materials Facilities in Wales.

 

WRAP (Waste and Resources Action Plan) do a lot of work around recycling,
I have been in contact with them and [3][email address] is the
best contact for incentives around recycling.

 

If you have any queries about the data let me know.

 

Many thanks,

 

Abigail Spooner
Regulatory Officer

Operations Regulatory Services – Waste and Industry Regulatory Service

Part of Operations: Regulation and Customer

 

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From: Lucy O'Shea [mailto:[email address]]
Sent: 15 May 2018 13:52
To: MF Regs <[email address]>
Subject: RE: Materials Recycling Facilities in the UK

 

Hi Abigail,

 

Thanks a lot – I don’t have any further questions as yet – I may do when I
see the data. Yes, can you give me data for both MF since 2014 and MRF
since 2012?

 

Best wishes,

 

Lucy

 

From: MF Regs [[6]mailto:[email address]]
Sent: 15 May 2018 13:45
To: Lucy O'Shea <[7][email address]>
Subject: RE: Materials Recycling Facilities in the UK

 

Hi Lucy,

 

In answer to your questions below:

 

·         The difference between a material facilities and material
recycling facilities is that a material recycling facility can be any site
that processes dry mixed recyclables such as glass, plastic, paper and
metal, a materials facility is a site that accepts at least 1000 tonnes of
mixed waste material within a 12 month period, consisting of two or more
of paper, plastic, metal, glass. The facility has to be targeting at least
two of these materials to be an MF. Notified Materials Facilities have to
sample their incoming waste and record percentages of target material,
non-target and non-recyclable material aswell as sampling specified output
material (output they are targeting). As such not all Materials Recycling
Facilities are Materials Facilities. You can find the Materials Facility
regulations [8]here .

·         For Materials Facility data the regulations came into force in
2014 so we only have data since then. For Materials Recycling Facility
data the past 5 or 6 years would be a good indication of consistency but
we can provide data for the past 10 if that would be useful to you.

·         200101 is one of the EWC codes for paper, these codes are used
to classify waste. R03.01.01 is a disposal or recovery code for
‘bulking/sorting-organic material’. These codes indicate what is happening
to the waste e.g is it being recycled, stored, going to landfill etc.

 

·         In relation to your last question this is dependent on the
destination of the waste and the disposal or recovery codes, it may be
recycled and processed on site or sent to another facility. For Materials
Facility data this is indicated in the supplier type column of waste
received. Generally site tonnages of waste received and waste removed
should be similar but there are examples when this may not be the case
such as in the creation of a product, in this instance the material would
no longer be classified as waste so would not need to be reported.

 

As mentioned before I think it would be difficult to conclude quality of
material and recycling from tonnages alone, although it may provide you
with an indication. Materials Facility data may be more useful to you in
determining recycling and quality of material because of the way these
sites report their waste.

 

I hope this all makes sense and answers your questions, please feel free
to ring if you’d like to have a chat about it.

 

Many thanks,

 

Abigail Spooner
Regulatory Officer

Operations Regulatory Services – Waste and Industry Regulatory Service

Part of Operations: Regulation and Customer

 

Environment Agency, Quadrant 2, 99 Parkway Avenue, Sheffield, S94WF

(: 02084749494 (internal 49494)

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From: Lucy O'Shea [[11]mailto:[email address]]
Sent: 15 May 2018 10:10
To: MF Regs <[12][email address]>
Subject: RE: Materials Recycling Facilities in the UK

 

Hi Abigail,

 

Thanks a lot for your email. I have had a look through the two
attachments. I have a few questions:

 

Firstly, in terms of what they do, what’s the difference between material
facilities and material recycling facilities?

 

Given what you have said, I think it’s better to go for the more recent
data. How far back can you go to maintain consistency  - 10  years?  

 

What’s the difference between codes, e.g.

 

EWC 20 01 01 covers paper and card and so does R03.01.01

 

For example:

 

can I interpret for a single facility that states a certain tonnage of EWC
20 01 01 on ‘waste received’ spreadsheet and a tonnage of R03.01.01 on
‘waste removed’ spreadsheet as the same material and the difference in
tonnages as an indication of processing/treatment?

 

So, going material by material I should match input and output?

 

If the same EWC appears on ‘waste received’ and ‘waste removed’
spreadsheets this would imply that it is neither landfilled or incinerated
nor sold to market but sent to another facility? If the tonnages differ
this would imply some sorting with contamination removed?

 

Sorry if these questions appear really basic.

 

Thanks a million,

 

Lucy  

 

 

 

From: MF Regs [[13]mailto:[email address]]
Sent: 04 May 2018 15:05
To: Lucy O'Shea <[14][email address]>
Subject: RE: Materials Recycling Facilities in the UK

 

Hi Lucy,

 

We do hold this data but the quality of data from this far back will be
significantly lower than the quality of data from recent years and not
necessarily reflective of current practices.

 

The majority of sites report quarterly throughout the year: (Jan-Mar,
Apr-Jun, Jul-Sep and Oct-Dec).

 

To clarify data for notified materials facilities or material recycling
facilities? Very similar name so quite confusing I know! The difference
being we can provide you with recycling rates for Material Facilities but
not Material Recycling Facilities.

 

I think it would be difficult to gauge quality from input and output
figures alone as input and output figures may vary for a number of
different reasons.

 

Sites do report disposal and recovery codes which may be of some use to
you as this tells us what the site may be doing with certain waste types
such as recycling/reclamation.

 

I have attached a copy of the general waste returns spreadsheet and MF
waste returns spreadsheet to show you the differences and so you can see
what is filled out by operators, if you click the drop down you can see
all the options.

 

Recent Materials Facility data is publically available through this
portal: [15]https://mfrp.wrap.org.uk/, you can register for free and
access the data for notified Materials Facilities.

 

Thanks, you too!

 

Abigail

 

 

Abigail Spooner
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Operations Regulatory Services – Waste and Industry Regulatory Service

Part of Operations: Regulation and Customer

 

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From: Lucy O'Shea [[18]mailto:[email address]]
Sent: 04 May 2018 14:18
To: MF Regs <[19][email address]>
Cc: National Requests <[20][email address]>
Subject: RE: Materials Recycling Facilities in the UK

 

Dear Abigail,

 

Thank you so much again. As mentioned we have quarterly data on
collections from households for the periods:   2^nd quarter 2002 – 1^st
quarter 2003 and 2^nd quarter 2006 – 1^st quarter 2007. I don’t know
whether the data on inputs and outputs of materials facilities you have
will be annual or quarterly but if the latter it would be good if it could
match these two periods.

 

If you could give me information for as many materials facilities as
possible that would help give as comprehensive picture as possible.

 

As also mentioned I am interested in developing a theoretical model to
understand the incentives to put in effort to process recyclables and so
it would be good to understand what the quality of the output is vis-à-vis
what goes in to these facilities as input. Do you think I will be able to
guage quality from input and output figures. For example,  if they receive
x tonnes of each category then the higher the percentage of that x tonne
for each category that is marketable at the end of the process,  the
greater the effort in processing it. From your understanding of the data
available is it possible to infer effort from output in this way? It will
probably be easier for me once I get a clearer idea of the nature of the
data. It might be worthwhile sending me the data you have for one of these
facilities first.

 

Many thanks again,

 

Have a lovely weekend,

 

Lucy

 

From: MF Regs [[21]mailto:[email address]]
Sent: 04 May 2018 13:48
To: Lucy O'Shea <[22][email address]>
Cc: National Requests <[23][email address]>
Subject: Materials Recycling Facilities in the UK

 

Hi Lucy,

 

Nice to speak to you earlier.

 

In reference to your request you mentioned you are looking into the
recycling rates for Materials Recycling Facilities.

 

The data we obtain from waste sites consists of the total input and output
tonnage and the materials received and removed (made up of ewc codes which
are codes used to categorise waste).

 

We do not collect information surrounding recycling rates for all
Materials Recycling facilities.

I am happy to provide you with the input and output for these sites if
that would be useful to you.

 

We do hold detailed information about the recycling rates of notified
Materials Facilities in England (about 90 sites at the moment), they
report separately and fill in a different level of information on waste
returns.

 

The materials facility regulations came into force in 2014, you can find
more about them here:
[24]http://www.legislation.gov.uk/uksi/2016/...

 

Let me know if you’d like this information.

 

For data in relation to Welsh sites you can contact Natural Resources
wales at [25][email address]

 

Please contact Scottish Environment Protection Agency for data in relation
to scottish sites, you may also find this link useful:

[26]https://www.sepa.org.uk/environment/wast...

 

You can contact Northern Ireland here:
[27]https://www.daera-ni.gov.uk/contact

 

Any questions let me know.

 

Many thanks,

 

Abigail Spooner
Regulatory Officer

Operations Regulatory Services – Waste and Industry Regulatory Service

Part of Operations: Regulation and Customer

 

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