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First Nation Waste Management Initiative

Northern Ontario First Nations Environment Conference

Marlene Doyle

October 6, 2016

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Current Context

Some waste management systems are well-maintained and high functioningUnmaintained landfillsRefuse sitesOpen burningAbandoned vehicles, white goodsLack of diversion programs RecyclingCompostingHazardous waste

Rudimentary Municipal Type Service Agreements

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Long Term Vision

Healthy communities have modern and environmentally sustainable solid waste management systems that:Reduce environmental and human health and safety risks Contribute to sustainable economic developmentSupport First Nations to move along continuum of improved waste managementProvide sufficient, long-term funding for the operation of waste management systemsTransparent, predictable regulatory regime

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Budget 2016 Investments in Waste Management on Reserve

Budget 2016 supports efforts to improve how waste is managed on reserve through: A proposed investment of $409 million over five years, starting in 2016–17Committed funding of $15.4 million in 2016-2017 and $96.2 million in 2017-2018

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Guiding principles

Support waste reduction and waste diversion on reserve through education, capacity building and establishment of household hazardous waste, diversion, recycling, and composting programsSupport sustainable, sensible solutions which are tailored to the needs of each community and address the entire waste streamEncourage Municipal Type Service Agreements between First Nations and third party partners to move wastes into regulated solid waste management facilities

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Eligible Components for Funding

PlanningLand use and waste management plansFeasibility and design studiesEnvironmental Investigations (e.g., groundwater)Waste site closure plansCapacity and TrainingTraining of waste management operatorsFirst Nation-led tools and resourcesWaste coordinationEducation

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Eligible Components continued

Programs and PartnershipsFacilitation of Municipal Type Service Agreements (MTSA)Diversion programs (recycling, composting, hazardous waste)Seed funding for innovative waste partnerships and programs with First Nation organizations, industry associations, and others

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New initiative led by the Federation of Canadian Municipalities to facilitate municipal/ First Nation waste MTSAs

Visit

www.fcm.ca

to apply

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Eligible Components for Funding

Infrastructure

Landfill sites in remote and isolated communities or regional landfillTransfer stationsDecommissioning of refuse sites and legacy landfillOperations and maintenanceLandfill & transfer stations operation, including equipmentMTSA implementation

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Potential Community Roadmap

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Assess waste stream and develop waste management plan

Negotiate M

unicipal Type Service Agreement

Construct transfer station, if required

Landfill construction or

improvements to

existing landfill

(isolated and remote)

Education: elders, families, youth, schools, industry

Training

Develop diversion programs

- Recycling

- Composting

- Hazardous

Waste

Clean-up/decommission refuse and waste

sites

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Governance & Implementation

National Advisory Committee to provide high-level advice proposedTribal Councils, technical bodies and other First Nation organizations to provide support to individual First NationsEducation, tool and capacity developmentAggregate services such as coordinating diversion of household hazardous waste, end-of-life vehicles, white goods, etc.

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Proposed Engagement

WHOHOWFirst Nation communitiesFirst Nation organizationsAssembly of First NationsNational Aboriginal Land Managers AssociationTribal CouncilsTechnical services organizations (e.g., OFNTSC)Provincial and sub-regional First Nation organizationsProvinces and MunicipalitiesThird-party waste operatorsIndustry & Producer AssociationsNot-for-Profit and community organizations Participation in meetings, conferencesWebsiteSocial MediaOutreach materialsCollaboration with partners such as FCMOther suggestions?

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Measuring Success

Baseline data being collected regionally to identify needs, gaps and priorities and inform performance evaluationIndicators Number of First Nations with:Improved infrastructureImproved waste programmingNumber of First Nations with adequate waste management systems

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How to apply

Ensure your waste needs are included in your community’s First Nations Infrastructure Investment Plan (FNIIP) Contact your INAC Environment or Capital Management Officer with questions

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Questions?

Contact us at:TDEdechets-LEDwaste@aadnc-aandc.gc.ca

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