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This determination amends the National Greenhouse and Energy Reporting (Measurement) Determination 2008.
Administered by: Environment
Made 22 Jun 2014
Registered 26 Jun 2014
Tabled HR 08 Jul 2014
Tabled Senate 07 Jul 2014
Date of repeal 02 Jul 2015
Repealed by Division 1 of Part 5A of the Legislative Instruments Act 2003
Table of contents.

 

National Greenhouse and Energy Reporting (Measurement) Amendment Determination 2014 (No. 1)

I, Greg Hunt, Minister for the Environment, make the following determination.

Dated   22 June 2014

Greg Hunt

Minister for the Environment

 

 

  

  


Contents

1............ Name of determination.................................................................................................. 1

2............ Commencement............................................................................................................. 1

3............ Authority....................................................................................................................... 1

4............ Schedule(s).................................................................................................................... 1

Schedule 1—Amendments commencing 1 July 2014                                                                  2

National Greenhouse and Energy Reporting (Measurement) Determination 2008                 2

Schedule 2—Amendments commencing 1 July 2015                                                                14

National Greenhouse and Energy Reporting (Measurement) Determination 2008               14

 


1  Name of determination

                   This determination is the National Greenhouse and Energy Reporting (Measurement) Amendment Determination 2014 (No. 1).

2  Commencement

                   Each provision of this determination specified in column 1 of the table commences, or is taken to have commenced, in accordance with column 2 of the table. Any other statement in column 2 has effect according to its terms.

 

Commencement information

Column 1

Column 2

Provision(s)

Commencement

1.  Sections 1 to 4 and anything in this determination not elsewhere covered by this table

The day after this determination is registered.

2.  Schedule 1

1 July 2014

3.  Schedule 2

1 July 2015

 

3  Authority

                   This determination is made under sections 7B and 10 of the National Greenhouse and Energy Reporting Act 2007.

4  Schedule(s)

                   Each instrument that is specified in a Schedule to this instrument is amended or repealed as set out in the applicable items in the Schedule concerned, and any other item in a Schedule to this instrument has effect according to its terms.

Schedule 1Amendments commencing 1 July 2014

  

National Greenhouse and Energy Reporting (Measurement) Determination 2008

1  Section 1.8

Insert:

coal seam methane has the same meaning as in the Regulations.

2  Section 1.8 (definition of enclosed composting activity)

Repeal the definition, substitute:

enclosed composting activity means a semi‑enclosed or enclosed alternative waste or composting technology where the composting process occurs within a reactor that:

                     (a)  has hard walls or doors on all 4 sides; and

                     (b)  sits on a floor; and

                     (c)  has a permanent positive or negative aeration system.

3  Section 1.8 (note at the end of the definition of Global Warming Potential)

Repeal the note.

4  Section 1.8 (definition of inert waste)

Omit “no”, substitute “no more than a negligible volume of”.

5  Section 1.8

Insert:

shale gas means a substance that:

                     (a)  consists of:

                              (i)  naturally occurring hydrocarbons; or

                             (ii)  a naturally occurring mixture of hydrocarbons and non‑hydrocarbons; and

                     (b)  consists mainly of methane; and

                     (c)  is drained from shale formations.

sludge lagoon means a component of a wastewater treatment system that:

                     (a)  is used to stabilise and dry excess or wasted sludge from the liquid or solid phase treatment train of a wastewater treatment plant; and

                     (b)  involves biodegradation of COD in the form of sludge and the use of ambient climatic factors to reduce the moisture content of the sludge.

tight gas means a substance that:

                     (a)  consists of:

                              (i)  naturally occurring hydrocarbons; or

                             (ii)  a naturally occurring mixture of hydrocarbons and non‑hydrocarbons; and

                     (b)  consists mainly of methane; and

                     (c)  is drained from low permeability sandstone and limestone reservoirs.

6  Subsection 1.9(4)

Omit “2012”, substitute “2014”.

7  Paragraph 1.10JK(2)(a)

Omit “symbols”.

8  Subsection 1.19(1)

Omit “equipment”, substitute “equipment or a failure of measurement systems”.

9  Paragraph 1.19G(3)(b)

Omit “item”, substitute “item, if the requirements are applicable to the measuring equipment being used”.

10  Subsection 2.12(3) (cells at table items 1, 1A, 1B and 3, column headed “Standard”)

Repeal the cells, substitute:

 

AS 4264.1—2009

11  Subparagraph 2.31(3)(a)(ii)

Omit “table”, substitute “table, if the requirements are applicable to the gas measuring equipment being used”.

12  Paragraph 2.32(2)(a)

Omit “symbols”.

13  Paragraph 2.32(4)(b)

Repeal the paragraph (not including the note), substitute:

                     (b)  an appropriate internationally recognised standard or code.

14  Paragraph 2.38(2)(a)

Repeal the paragraph, substitute:

                     (a)  the energy content of the captured landfill gas may be estimated:

                              (i)  if the manufacturer’s specification for the internal combustion engine used to produce the electricity specifies an electrical efficiency factor—by using that factor; or

                             (ii)  if the manufacturer’s specification for the internal combustion engine used to produce the electricity does not specify an electrical efficiency factor—by assuming that measured electricity dispatched for sale (sent out generation) represents 36% of the energy content of all fuel used to produce electricity; and

15  Section 3.40A (definition of natural gas)

Repeal the definition, substitute:

natural gas includes the following:

                     (a)  shale gas;

                     (b)  tight gas;

                     (c)  coal seam methane that is captured for combustion where the production of coal is not intended to occur.

16  Subparagraph 3.46A(2)(b)(i)

Omit “coal seam”, substitute “natural”.

17  At the end of section 4.42

Add:

             (2)  For the purposes of calculating R in subsection (1), if:

                     (a)  more than one fuel is consumed in the production of ammonia; and

                     (b)  the carbon dioxide generated from the production of ammonia is captured and transferred for use in the operation of another facility or captured for permanent storage;

the total amount of carbon dioxide that may be deducted in relation to the production of ammonia is to be attributed to each fuel consumed in proportion to the carbon content of the fuel relative to the total carbon content of all fuel consumed in the production of ammonia.

18  At the end of section 4.43

Add:

             (3)  For the purposes of calculating R in subsection (1), if:

                     (a)  more than one fuel is consumed in the production of ammonia; and

                     (b)  the carbon dioxide generated from the production of ammonia is captured and transferred for use in the operation of another facility or captured for permanent storage;

the total amount of carbon dioxide that may be deducted in relation to the production of ammonia is to be attributed to each fuel consumed in proportion to the carbon content of the fuel relative to the total carbon content of all fuel consumed in the production of ammonia.

19  Subsection 4.100(2)

Omit all the words after “facility”, substitute:

                   that:

                     (a)  require the use of any equipment mentioned in paragraph 4.16(1)(d) of the Regulations; and

                     (b)  emit sulphur hexafluoride.

20  Subsection 5.4(1) (definition of CH4*)

After “(2)”, insert “or (3)”.

21  Section 5.8

Omit “(including the use of accepted industry weighbridges) that meet the general criteria in section 1.13”, substitute “(such as the use of accepted industry weighbridges, receipts, invoices, other documents or records or population and per‑capita waste generation rates)”.

22  Subsection 5.9(2)

Repeal the subsection, substitute:

             (2)  For solid waste received at the landfill during a year, an estimate of tonnage of:

                     (a)  each general waste stream must be provided in accordance with section 5.10; and

                     (b)  each homogenous waste stream must be provided in accordance with section 5.10A.

23  Subsection 5.10(2)

Omit “subsection 5.9(2)”, substitute “paragraph 5.9(2)(a)”.

24  Subsection 5.10(3)

Omit “subsection 5.9 (1)”, substitute “paragraph 5.9(2)(a)”.

25  At the end of section 5.10A

Add:

             (3)  For paragraph 5.9(2)(b), the tonnage of each homogenous waste stream mentioned in subsection (1) must be estimated:

                     (a)  by using the amount of homogenous waste received at the landfill during the year as evidenced by invoices; or

                     (b)  if the amount of homogenous waste received at the landfill during the year is measured in accordance with State or Territory legislation applying to the landfill—by using that measurement; or

                     (c)  by using direct measurement of quantities of homogenous waste received at the landfill during the year using measuring equipment calibrated to a measurement requirement; or

                     (d)  in accordance with industry estimation practices (such as the use of accepted industry weighbridges, receipts, invoices, other documents or records or population and per‑capita waste generation rates).

26  Subsection 5.11(1)

Omit “subsection 5.9 (2)”, substitute “subsection 5.9(3)”.

27  Section 5.11A

Before “When”, insert “(1)”.

28  Paragraph 5.11A(c)

Omit “inert”.

29  At the end of section 5.11A

Add:

             (2)  If the waste to be deducted under subsection (1) is a general waste stream mentioned in subsection 5.10(1), the tonnage of the waste to be deducted may be estimated by using the default waste stream percentages mentioned in subsection 5.11(2) for each waste mix type.

30  At the end of subsection 5.13(2)

Add:

               ; or (c)  by using industry estimation practices (such as the use of accepted industry weighbridges, receipts, invoices, other documents or records or population and per‑capital waste generation rates).

31  Section 5.26

Repeal the section, substitute:

5.26  Method 2—methane released from wastewater handling (domestic and commercial)

             (1)  Method 2 is:

Step 1.   Calculate the amount of emissions of methane released for each sub‑facility of a plant during the reporting year, measured in CO2‑e tonnes, using the equation:

             

              where:

              γ is the factor 6.784 x 10‑4 x 21 for converting cubic metres of methane at standard conditions to CO2‑e tonnes.

              CH4genz is the estimated quantity of methane in sludge biogas generated by the sub‑facility during the reporting year, worked out in accordance with subsection (2), measured in CO2‑e tonnes.

              Qcapz is the quantity of methane in sludge biogas that is captured for combustion by the sub‑facility during the reporting year, measured in cubic metres in accordance with Division 2.3.6.

              Qflaredz is the quantity of methane in sludge biogas flared by the sub‑facility during the reporting year, measured in cubic metres in accordance with Division 2.3.6.

              Qtrz is the quantity of methane in sludge biogas transferred out of the plant during the reporting year by the sub‑facility, measured in cubic metres in accordance with Division 2.3.6.

                   Note:             For the number of sub‑facilities a plant operator may select and requirements in relation to each sub‑facility, see section 5.26A.

Step 2.   To calculate the amount of methane emissions released by the plant during the reporting year, measured in CO2‑e tonnes, add together the amount worked out for each sub‑facility under step 1.

             (2)  Subject to subsection (8), the factor CH4genz in subsection (1) is worked out for a sub‑facility as follows:

Step 1.   Calculate the following for the sub‑facility:

             

              where:

              γ has the same meaning as in step 1 in subsection (1).

              CODeffz is the quantity of COD in effluent leaving the sub‑facility during the reporting year, measured in tonnes of COD and calculated by using:

               (a)     facility operating data that measures the volumetric effluent rate and the effluent rate of COD concentration; or

              (b)     if data is available on the biochemical oxygen demand (BOD) in the effluent—that data converted to COD in accordance with the following formula:

                       

              CODslz is the quantity of COD removed as sludge from wastewater and treated in the sub‑facility, measured in tonnes of COD and worked out using the formula mentioned in subsection (4).

              CODtrlz is the quantity of COD in sludge transferred out of the sub‑facility and removed to landfill, measured in tonnes of COD.

              CODtroz is the quantity of COD in sludge transferred out of the sub‑facility and removed to a site other than landfill, measured in tonnes of COD.

              CODwz is the quantity of COD in wastewater entering the sub‑facility during the year, measured in tonnes of COD and calculated by using:

               (a)     facility operating data that measures the volumetric influent rate and the influent rate of COD concentration; or

              (b)     if data is available on the biochemical oxygen demand (BOD) in the wastewater—that data converted to COD in accordance with the following formula:

                       

              EFslijz is the default methane emission factor for sludge with a value of 5.3 CO2‑e tonnes per tonne of COD (sludge).

              EFwijz is the default methane emission factor for wastewater with a value of 5.3 CO2‑e tonnes per tonne of COD.

              MCFslz is the methane correction factor for sludge treated at the sub‑facility during the reporting year.

              MCFwwz is the methane correction factor for wastewater treated at the sub‑facility during the reporting year.

              Qcapz has the same meaning as in step 1 in subsection (1).

              Qflaredz has the same meaning as in step 1 in subsection (1).

              Qtrz has the same meaning as in step 1 in subsection (1).

Step 2.   If the quantity worked out under step 1 is less than or equal to 1.00, work out CH4genz using the following formula:

             

              where:

              CODeffz has the same meaning as in step 1.

              CODslz has the same meaning as in step 1.

              CODtrlz has the same meaning as in step 1.

              CODtroz has the same meaning as in step 1.

              CODwz has the same meaning as in step 1.

              EFslijz has the same meaning as in step 1.

              EFwijz has the same meaning as in step 1.

              MCFwwz has the same meaning as in step 1.

              MCFslz has the same meaning as in step 1.

Step 3.   If the quantity worked out under step 1 is greater than 1.00, work out CH4genz using the formula:

             

              where:

              γ has the same meaning as in step 1 in subsection (1).

              Qcapz has the same meaning as in step 1 in subsection (1).

              Qflaredz has the same meaning as in step 1 in subsection (1).

              Qtrz has the same meaning as in step 1 in subsection (1).

             (3)  For steps 1 and 2 in subsection (2), an operator of the plant must choose a treatment for MCFwwz and estimate the quantity of COD removed from the wastewater as sludge (CODslz).

             (4)  For steps 1 and 2 in subsection (2), CODslz is worked out using the formula:

where:

CODpslz is the quantity of COD removed as primary sludge from wastewater and treated in the sub‑facility measured in tonnes of COD and may be estimated using the formula in subsection (5).

CODwaslz is the quantity of COD removed as waste activated sludge from wastewater and treated in the sub‑facility measured in tonnes of COD and may be estimated using the formula in subsection (6).

             (5)  For subsection (4), CODpslz may be estimated in accordance with the following formula:

where:

VSpslz is the estimated volatile solids in the primary sludge.

             (6)  For subsection (4), CODwaslz may be estimated in accordance with the following formula:

where:

VSwaslz is the estimated volatile solids in the waste activated sludge.

             (7)  Wastewater used for the purposes of subsection (2) must be sampled and analysed for COD in accordance with the requirements in sections 5.27, 5.28 and 5.29.

             (8)  If the sub‑facility is an anaerobic sludge lagoon, the method set out in the document entitled “Fugitive Emissions from Sludge Lagoons Technical Paper”, published by the Water Services Association of Australia in April 2014, may be used to estimate CH4genz for the sub‑facility.

Note:          The Fugitive Emissions from Sludge Lagoons Technical Paper could in 2014 be viewed on the Water Services Association of Australia’s website (http://www.wsaa.asn.au).

             (9)  In this section:

methane correction factor is the fraction of COD anaerobically treated.

Note:          IPCC default methane correction factors for various types of treatment are as follows:

(a)    managed aerobic treatment: 0;

(b)    unmanaged aerobic treatment: 0.3;

(c)    anaerobic digester/reactor: 0.8;

(d)    shallow anaerobic lagoon (<2 metres): 0.2;

(e)    deep anaerobic lagoon (>2 metres): 0.8.

primary sludge means sludge from the first major treatment process in a wastewater treatment facility that is designed primarily to remove a substantial amount of suspended matter but little or no colloidal or dissolved matter.

waste activated sludge means sludge from a secondary treatment process in a wastewater treatment facility involving aeration and active biological material.

5.26A  Requirements relating to sub‑facilities

             (1)  A plant operator may select one or more sub‑facilities for the plant to estimate emissions released by the plant.

             (2)  A sub‑facility selected:

                     (a)  must be an area within a plant covering a discrete treatment stage; and

                     (b)  must have a uniform treatment of COD so that the estimates of the methane generated by the sub‑facility are consistent with the principles mentioned in section 1.13; and

                     (c)  must not be subject to:

                              (i)  sludge biogas inflow from another sub‑facility; or

                             (ii)  sludge biogas outflow to another sub‑facility.

32  Subsection 5.40(2)

Omit “column 2”, substitute “column 1”.

33  Subsection 5.42(5) (formula)

Repeal the formula (first occurring), substitute:

34  Subsection 5.42(5) (definition of Σw,i)

Repeal the definition, substitute:

Σw,i is the total CODw,i of wastewater entering the plant.

35  Subsection 5.42(5)

Omit “column 2” (wherever occurring), substitute “column 1”.

36  Subsection 5.42(5) (definition of EFw ij)

Repeal the definition, substitute:

EFwij is the methane emission factor for industrial wastewater.

37  Subsection 5.42(5) (definition of EFsl ij)

Repeal the definition, substitute:

EFslij is the methane emission factor for the treatment of sludge by the plant.

38  Subsection 5.42(8)

Omit “column 2” (wherever occurring), substitute “column 1”.

39  Paragraph 5.42(8)(a)

Repeal the paragraph, substitute:

                     (a)  by using the default values for Wgen,i and CODcon,i set out in columns 2 and 3 for that item; or

40  Subsection 5.42(8) (table)

Repeal the table, substitute:

 

Estimate of COD for a commodity and industry

Item

Column 1

Column 2

Column 3

 

Commodity and industry

Wgen,i

default value

CODcon,i

default value

1

Dairy product (ANZSIC code 113)

5.7

0.9

2

Pulp, paper and paperboard (ANZSIC code 1510)

26.7

0.4

3

Meat and poultry (ANZSIC codes 1111 and 1112)

13.7

6.1

4

Organic chemicals (ANZSIC codes 18 and 19)

67.0

3.0

5

Raw sugar (ANZSIC code 1181)

0.4

3.8

6

Beer (ANZSIC code 1212)

5.3

6.0

7

Wine and other alcoholic beverage (ANZSIC code 1214)

23.0

1.5

8

Fruit and vegetable
(ANZSIC code 1140)

20.0

0.2

 

41  Subsection 5.43(2)

Omit “the COD mentioned”, substitute “each mention of CODw,i”.

42  Section 5.51

Omit “incineration”, substitute “incineration, other than incineration for energy production”.

43  Paragraph 6.2(1)(d)

Repeal the paragraph, substitute:

                     (d)  if the energy is electricity produced for use outside the operation of the facility other than for supply to an electricity transmission network or distribution network—as the amount of electricity supplied for use outside the operation of the facility that is not supplied to an electricity transmission or distribution network; or

44  Subsection 6.2(3)

Omit “(1) (c), (d) and (e)”, substitute “(1)(c) and (e)”.

45  At the end of section 6.4

Add:

Note 3:       Energy consumed is subject to the thresholds mentioned in sections 2.2, 2.18 and 2.39 of this Determination.

46  After Chapter 8

Insert:

Chapter 9Application and transitional provisions

  

  

9.1  Amendments made by Schedule 1 to the National Greenhouse and Energy Reporting (Measurement) Amendment Determination 2014 (No. 1)

             (1)  The amendments made by items 1 to 45 and 47 to 54 of Schedule 1 to the National Greenhouse and Energy Reporting (Measurement) Amendment Determination 2014 (No. 1) apply in relation to the financial year starting on 1 July 2014 and later financial years.

             (2)  This section expires on 1 November 2014 as if it had been repealed by another determination.

47  Division 4.1 of Part 4 of Schedule 1 (cell at table item 62, column headed “Fuel combusted”)

Repeal the cell, substitute:

 

Compressed natural gas that has reverted to standard conditions (light duty vehicles)

48  Division 4.1 of Part 4 of Schedule 1 (cell at table item 63, column headed “Fuel combusted”)

Repeal the cell, substitute:

 

Compressed natural gas that has reverted to standard conditions (heavy duty vehicles)

49  Part 6 of Schedule 1 (cell at table item 77, column headed “Emission factor kg CO2‑e/kWh”)

Repeal the cell, substitute:

 

0.86

50  Part 6 of Schedule 1 (cell at table item 78, column headed “Emission factor kg CO2‑e/kWh”)

Repeal the cell, substitute:

 

1.18

51  Part 6 of Schedule 1 (cell at table item 79, column headed “Emission factor kg CO2‑e/kWh”)

Repeal the cell, substitute:

 

0.81

52  Part 6 of Schedule 1 (cell at table item 80, column headed “Emission factor kg CO2‑e/kWh”)

Repeal the cell, substitute:

 

0.61

53  Part 6 of Schedule 1 (cell at table item 81, column headed “Emission factor kg CO2‑e/kWh”)

Repeal the cell, substitute:

 

0.76

54  Part 6 of Schedule 1 (cell at table item 83, column headed “Emission factor kg CO2‑e/kWh”)

Repeal the cell, substitute:

 

0.68

Schedule 2Amendments commencing 1 July 2015

  

National Greenhouse and Energy Reporting (Measurement) Determination 2008

1  Section 1.8

Insert:

municipal solid waste class I means waste from domestic premises, council collections and other municipal sources where:

                     (a)  the collection of organic waste on a regular basis in a dedicated bin is not provided to residents of the municipality as a standard practice; or

                     (b)  the collection of organic waste on a regular basis in a dedicated bin provided to residents of the municipality cannot be confirmed as standard practice.

municipal solid waste class II means waste from domestic premises, council collections and other municipal sources where a bin dedicated for garden waste is:

                     (a)  provided to residents of the municipality as a standard practice; and

                     (b)  collected on a regular basis.

2  Paragraphs 5.9(3)(a) and 5.10(1)(a)

Repeal the paragraphs, substitute:

                     (a)  municipal solid waste class I;

                   (ab)  municipal solid waste class II;

3  Subsection 5.10(2)

Repeal the subsection, substitute:

             (2)  Subject to subsection (3), for paragraph 5.9(2)(a), the tonnage of each waste stream mentioned in subsection (1) must be estimated:

                     (a)  if the operator of the landfill is required, under a law of the State or Territory in which the landfill is located, to collect data on tonnage of waste received at the landfill according to the waste streams mentioned in subsection (1)—by using that data; or

                     (b)  if paragraph (a) does not apply and the operator of the landfill is able to estimate, in accordance with one of the criteria set out in section 5.5, the tonnage of the waste streams mentioned in subsection (1)—by using that criterion; or

                     (c)  if paragraphs (a) and (b) do not apply and there is no restriction on the waste streams that can be received at the landfill—by:

                              (i)  for estimating the tonnage of the municipal solid waste class I stream if the landfill did not receive municipal solid waste class II—using the percentage value specified in columns 2 to 9 of item 1 of the following table for the State or Territory in which the landfill is located; and

                             (ii)  for estimating the tonnage of the municipal solid waste class II stream if the landfill did not receive municipal solid waste class I—using the percentage value specified in columns 2 to 9 of item 1 of the following table for the State or Territory in which the landfill is located; and

                            (iii)  for estimating the tonnage of the municipal solid waste class I stream and the municipal solid waste class II stream if the landfill received both municipal solid waste classes—halving the percentage value specified in columns 2 to 9 of item 1 of the following table for the State or Territory in which the landfill is located and using that value for each of the municipal solid waste streams; and

                            (iv)  for estimating the tonnage of the commercial and industrial waste stream—using the percentage value specified in columns 2 to 9 of item 2 of the following table for the State or Territory in which the landfill is located; and

                             (v)  for estimating the tonnage of the construction and demolition waste stream—using the percentage value specified in columns 2 to 9 of item 3 of the following table for the State or Territory in which the landfill is located.

 

Waste streams and estimation of tonnage

Item

Col. 1

Col. 2

Col. 3

Col. 4

Col. 5

Col. 6

Col. 7

Col. 8

Col. 9

 

Waste stream

NSW
%

VIC
%

QLD
%

WA
%

SA
%

TAS
%

ACT
%

NT
%

1

Municipal solid waste

31

36

43

26

36

57

43

43

2

Commercial and industrial

42

24

14

17

19

33

42

14

3

Construction and demolition

27

40

43

57

45

10

15

43

4  Subsection 5.11(2)

Omit “column 2”, substitute “column 1”.

5  Paragraph 5.11(2)(c)

Omit “columns 3, 4 and 5”, substitute “columns 2, 3, 4 and 5”.

6  Subsection 5.11(2) (table)

Repeal the table, substitute:

 

Default waste stream percentage for waste mix type

Item

Column 1

Column 2

Column 3

Column 4

Column 5

 

Waste mix type

Municipal solid waste class I default (%)

Municipal solid waste class II default (%)

Commercial and industrial waste default (%)

Construction and demolition waste default (%)

1

Food

35

40.3

21.5

0

2

Paper and cardboard

13

15.0

15.5

3

3

Garden and park

16.5

3.9

4

2

4

Wood and wood waste

1

1.2

12.5

6

5

Textiles

1.5

1.7

4

0

6

Sludge

0

0

1.5

0

7

Nappies

4

4.6

0

0

8

Rubber and leather

1

1.2

3.5

0

9

Inert waste

28

32.2

37.5

89

7  Subsection 5.11(3)

Omit “column 2”, substitute “column 1”.

8  Paragraph 5.11(3)(b)

Omit “columns 3, 4 and 5”, substitute “columns 2, 3, 4 and 5”.

9  Paragraph 5.11(3)(b) (definitions of Wmtu and Wmtr)

Omit “columns 3, 4 and 5”, substitute “columns 2, 3, 4 and 5”.

10  Subsection 5.11(3) (table before example)

Repeal the table, substitute:

 

Default waste stream percentage for waste mix type

Item

Column 1

Column 2

Column 3

Column 4

Column 5

 

Waste mix type

Municipal solid waste class I default (%)

Municipal solid waste class II default (%)

Commercial and industrial waste default (%)

Construction and demolition waste default (%)

1

Food

35

40.3

21.5

0

2

Paper and cardboard

13

15.0

15.5

3

3

Garden and park

16.5

3.9

4

2

4

Wood and wood waste

1

1.2

12.5

6

5

Textiles

1.5

1.7

4

0

6

Sludge

0

0

1.5

0

7

Nappies

4

4.6

0

0

8

Rubber and leather

1

1.2

3.5

0

9

Inert waste

28

32.2

37.5

89

11  At the end of Chapter 9

Add:

9.2  Amendments made by Schedule 2 to the National Greenhouse and Energy Reporting (Measurement) Amendment Determination 2014 (No. 1)

             (1)  The amendments made by items 1 to 10 of Schedule 2 to the National Greenhouse and Energy Reporting (Measurement) Amendment Determination 2014 (No. 1) apply in relation to the financial year starting on 1 July 2015 and later financial years.

             (2)  This section expires on 1 November 2015 as if it had been repealed by another determination.