To encourage diversion of organic matter away from landfill and move towards creation of valuable nutrient rich soil and clean power.
Meet all of the following requirements:
CITIESIncorporate decentralized and /or centralized waste management systems to treat 100% of organic waste estimated as per MR Prerequisite Waste Management generated within the city.
Incorporate waste management systems to treat organic waste estimated as per MR Prerequisite Waste Management generated within the community. Points are awarded based on the percentage of organic waste treated by using any or both of the following options.
Table 8. Points for treating organic waste
- Centralized organic waste management- Provide centralized composting or waste-to-energy plant/s to treat the organic waste generated within the city. Centralized systems may be provided within or outside the boundary of the city.
- Allocate areas within the city’s green spaces for utilization of the compost produced.
35 These standards consist of performance metrics of both efficiency and emissions for different types of energy recovery systems. In addition, the facility must meet the applicable European standards based on the fuel type. See Referenced Standards for more information on these directives: EN 303-1—1999/A1—2003, Heating boilers with forced draught burners EN 303-2—1998/A1—2003, Heating boilers with forced draught burners EN 303-3—1998/AC—2006, Gas-fired central heating boilers EN 303-4—1999, Heating boilers with forced draught burners EN 303-5—2012, Heating boilers for solid fuels EN 303-6—2000, Heating boilers with forced draught burners EN 303-7—2006, Gas-fired central heating boilers equipped with a forced draught burner
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