Updated general technical guidelines for the environmentally sound management of wastes consisting of, containing or contaminated with persistent organic pollutants (pops)




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1 It is not clear whether these estimates include potential costs associated with pre-treatment and/or disposal of residues.

2 It is not clear whether the above includes costs associated with the pre-treatment of solid wastes.

3 Assuming some pre-treatment has been reported. It is not clear whether this estimate incorporates capital costs or costs associated with the disposal of any residues.

Table 2 : Hazardous-waste incineration (for an incinerator treating 70,000 tons per year)




Investment costs (millions of euros)

2004a

1999b

Construction time

3

6.5

Electrical works

10

20

Infrastructure works

6

12.5

Machine parts

16

32.5

Other components

14

27.5

Planning/approval

3

6

Total investment costs

52

105




Operational costs (million of euros)

Administration

0.3

0.5

Capital financing costs

5

10.5

Maintenance

4

4

Operating resources/energy

1.3

2.5

Other

0.3

0.5

Personnel

3

5.5

Waste disposal

0.8

1.5

Total operational costs

14.7

25

Per ton incineration costs (without revenues)

200–300

350

Gate fees at hazardous waste incinerators within Europe have been reported to range between €50 and €1,500 (Source: European Commission 2004).

Notes:

a Source for figures in first column: European Commission 2004.

b Source for figures in second column: Mean values of the specific costs of incineration for municipal and hazardous wastes (1999), VDI 3460: Emission Control Thermal treatment of waste, Germany, March 2002

Annex V

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