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2011

DISHONORABLE DISPOSAL

Saved CO2 emissions in

Saved ‘hidden flow generation’ in

recycling compared with virgin

recycling compared with virgin

manufacture (t/t)

manufacture (t/t)

Table 6: C02 Emissions and Hidden Flow Savings from Recycling

346.04

Material Type

Copper

13-19.7

Aluminum

4.6-12.4

36.15

Steel

0.9-1.3

7.85

Source: Waste & Climate Change Background document for the ISWA & DAKOFA conference on Waste & Climate Change 3-4 December 2009 in Copenhagen - to be held in connection to the UN Climate Summit COP 15 in Copenhagen 7-18 December 2009

Copper

445

19.7

346.04

8,766.5

153,987.8

Brass

208

19.7

346.04

4,097.6

71,976.32

Copper-Nickel

182

19.7

346.04

3,585.4

62,979.28

Ferrous Steel

30,976

1.3

7.85

40,268.8

243,161.6

High Tensile Strength Steel

6,864

1.3

7.85

8,923.2

53,882.4

Aluminum

652

12.4

36.15

8,084.8

23,569.8

Total

39,326

73,726

609,557

Table developed by author using data from: Navy Request For Proposal, June 2009 ( Solicitation #: N00024-09-R-4224); and Waste & Climate Change Background document for the ISWA & DAKOFA conference on Waste & Climate Change 3-4 December 2009 in Copenhagen - to be held in connection to the UN Climate Summit COP 15 in Copenhagen 7-18 December 2009

Note: 1 long ton = 1.01604691 tonne

CO2 per

Hidden flow

CO2

Hidden

tonne of

waste

Emissions

flow

virgin

generation

avoided by

impacts

material

per tonne

recycling

avoided by

(tonne)

(tonne)

(tonne)

recycling

(tonne)

Table 7: Ex-FORRESTAL CO2 Emissions and Hidden Flow Savings from Recycling

Material Type

Quantity (tonne)

BASEL ACTION NETWORK

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