• Kim Sung Dahl Pedersen
  • Jesper Christensen
4. semester, By-, Energi- og Miljøplanlægning, Kandidat (Kandidatuddannelse)
Recycling goals have been set both by the EU and the Danish state, in which 50 percent of dry house-hold waste needs to be recycled either by 2030 or 2022 respectively. In order to see how these goalscan be met, a case study of I/S Reno-Nord will be made. I/S Reno-Nord operates a sorting facility that separates collected household plastic waste into four plastic fractions and a residual waste fraction of unidentified waste. The waste fractionshave a purity between 85-90 percent. This plastic waste needs to be utilized, but the market interest for recycled household plastic is low and as such public-private partnership is being proposed as an option.
Problemformulation: How can public-private partnerships be useful in optimizing the recycling of household plastic waste?
Results: Three appropriate companies were found in Denmark. The study concludes that partnerships will be possible with at least two of them, as the preconditions necessary to facilitate this exists. These partnerships will create environmental benefits, and keep the plastic in a semi-closed loop within Denmark
SpecialiseringsretningMiljøledelse og bæredygtighed
Udgivelsesdato8 jun. 2018
Antal sider60
ID: 280558612