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File #: 21-314    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Action Report Status: Carried
File created: 4/16/2021 In control: Environmental Services Committee
On agenda: 4/21/2021 Final action: 5/12/2021
Title: Finalizing the Solid Waste Management Plan
Attachments: 1. Staff Report: Finalizing the Solid Waste Management Plan, 2. Appendix A: Final Draft Solid Waste Management Plan, 3. Appendix B: Proposed Plan Revisions, 4. Appendix C: Phase Two Engagement Summary, 5. Appendix D: Consultation Summary Table, 6. Appendix E: Hartland Access Consultation, 7. Appendix F: Solid Waste Advisory Committee April 9, 2021 Motions
Finalizing the Solid Waste Management Plan

That the Environmental Services Committee recommends to the Capital Regional District Board:
1. That the final draft Solid Waste Management Plan be approved, that the final draft plan be submitted to the Ministry of Environment and Climate Change Strategy for regulatory approval, that staff immediately begin implementing the Solid Waste Management Plan, and that the Solid Waste Advisory Committee begins to function as the Plan Monitoring Advisory Committee;
2. That staff work with the WSANEC Leadership Council to implement recommendations from their February 9, 2021 letter, including establishing a WSANEC Leadership Council/Capital Regional District negotiation table and related meeting schedule, and providing information regarding the Solid Waste Management Plan; and,
3. That staff prepare a package of Hartland area road access mitigation options costing up to $4 million funded by the Capital Regional District's Environmental Resource Management division, review these options with District of Saanich staff and area residents, and return to the CRD Board for direction on next steps.

[At the April 14, 2021 meeting, the CRD Board referred the Zero Waste BC Input on the SWMP motion with notice to the Environmental Services Committee for consideration. On April 21, 2021, the Environmental Services Committee recommended the first and second part of the motion, and defeated the third part (For reference: c) Direct staff to strengthen the emphasis on the principles of Zero Waste and Circular Economy in the Solid Waste Management Plan, including in the waste-reduction targets within the plan):]
That the Environmental Services Committee recommends:
4. That the Board:
a) Refer the attached report from Zero Waste British Columbia dated February 10, 2021 to staff, to inform revisions to the Solid Waste Management Plan.
b) Endorse the goal of the CRD becoming a national leader in Zero Waste and the Circu...

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