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‚WF-Rep. Tool‘ structure and database application to monitor WEEE treatment results key points – ‚WF-Rep. Tool‘ structure and database application to monitor WEEE treatment results key points – start up & how to use update: June 2014 WF-Rep. Tool – key points start up & how to use Renate Gabriel 1

Overview è Start up decisions è Start up preparation & info è Main points Overview è Start up decisions è Start up preparation & info è Main points to create reports è Take care - main mistakes often done, make sure è Options of the WF-Rep. Tool – key points start up & how to use Renate Gabriel 2

Start up decisions (1) Inform / agree with relevant authority about planned use of Start up decisions (1) Inform / agree with relevant authority about planned use of WF -Rep. Tool as documentation systems for treatment results Who will be WF-Rep. Tool administrator within WEEE system? staff with knowledge in WEEE treatment Who shall fill out reports? ? treatment partners (TP) ? experts / ‘consultants’ on behalf of TP’s ? staff of the WEEE system (WSys) ? experts / ‘consultants’ on behalf of WSys’s WF-Rep. Tool – key points start up & how to use Renate Gabriel 3

Start up decisions (2) Planned frequency o annual data <> period data (e. g. Start up decisions (2) Planned frequency o annual data <> period data (e. g. quarter) (see option summary reports) Planned level of data determination (1) data / fractions of 1 st treatment partner + info about acceptor (2) + data of 1 st acceptor (3) full downstream monitoring – e. g. planned in x years, step-by-step Planned (1 st) control & feedback o when? / by whom? o how feedback? (see option for controller remarks) o plan / procedure to correct / improve reports? WF-Rep. Tool – key points start up & how to use Renate Gabriel 4

Start up preparation & info (1) see ‘user manual - system level’ & news Start up preparation & info (1) see ‘user manual - system level’ & news Provide access for WEEE system users (administration – system users) Provide access for TP’s = contract partners (administration – companies) Fill in ‘most known’ treatment operators of country P avoid double mentioning (administration - distinction from contract TP’s) Plan for & inform about clear order of report identification o Annual data – 1 x / TP / collection & treatment category (CTC) / year P option summaries / summary reports e. g. annual data (CTC) per WEEE system o otherwise use : period data, batches WF-Rep. Tool – key points start up & how to use Renate Gabriel 5

Start up preparation & info (2) Learning time / training for WF-Rep. Tool administrator Start up preparation & info (2) Learning time / training for WF-Rep. Tool administrator Information / training for treatment partners o Planned use of WF-Rep. Tool – principles, documents to be provided o Training day ‘How to use’ (if they shall fill out) o Help desk for questions (if they shall fill out) – who, where, when? WF-Rep. Tool – key points start up & how to use Renate Gabriel 6

Main points to create reports (1) see ‘manual – reporter level’ & news Stepwise Main points to create reports (1) see ‘manual – reporter level’ & news Stepwise approach = sorting? , dismantling/de-pollution, shredding/separation, further separation = within plant (‘house approach’), between TP’s P better options to check plausibility P option to do / use packages WF-Rep. Tool – key points start up & how to use Renate Gabriel 7

Main points to create reports (2) Use structure of names of fractions (1) P Main points to create reports (2) Use structure of names of fractions (1) P 16. . . dismantling P 19 10. . . shredding/shredder separation P 19 12. . . further separation P ‘parts’ P ‘pieces’ P ‘fines’ / residues Use structure of names of fractions (2) P [mixtures – plastics/metals] P ‘not pure’ composition data P ‘pure’ (< 2 % impurities) composition data WF-Rep. Tool – key points start up & how to use Renate Gabriel 8

Main points to create reports (3) Yield of interim technologies Composition data of final Main points to create reports (3) Yield of interim technologies Composition data of final fractions final technologies Stored waste fractions – to have a ‘full report’ fill in ‘plans’ WF-Rep. Tool – key points start up & how to use Renate Gabriel 9

Main points to create reports (4) Names of accepting treatment partners to check plausibility Main points to create reports (4) Names of accepting treatment partners to check plausibility of technology, option for controls etc. P ask for names in general – do any confidentially agreement, in case agree on any confidentially marking/coding P you may allow ‘different xxx’ o ‘pure’ metal fractions o fractions for disposal operations (MWI’s, HWI’s, landfills) o end-of-waste (but info on intended technology! MR <> ER) P you need the name of the TP for classification of o any technology as ‘special’ (e. g. Independent study) or o ‘high energy efficiency’ (e. g. R 1 approval) WF-Rep. Tool – key points start up & how to use Renate Gabriel 10

Take care – main mistakes often done (1) 1 st fractions final technologies - Take care – main mistakes often done (1) 1 st fractions final technologies - most time NOT CRT glass ‘parts’ CRT production - NO plastics from 1 st step (dismantling, shredding) plastics recycling / products - NO P interim technologies - separation - conditioning 1 st fractions 100 % final fractions / products = 100 % recycling – most time NOT e. g. plastics, glass ü separation residues fraction haz. * 100 % fractions non haz. () – NO e. g. CRT tubes, plastics, circuit board fractions ü min. 1 fraction / residues haz. * WF-Rep. Tool – key points start up & how to use Renate Gabriel 11

Take care – main mistakes often done (2) Copy / paste whole report - Take care – main mistakes often done (2) Copy / paste whole report - NO P yes - copy/paste structure but check/insert actual data (e. g. acceptors, technologies, . . . ) P !!!!! insert real de-pollution results P copy/paste mainly for shredding/separation results (e. g. batches) if otherwise treatment with other wastes WF-Rep. Tool – key points start up & how to use Renate Gabriel 12

Take care – main mistakes often done (3) Non plausible yield data - check Take care – main mistakes often done (3) Non plausible yield data - check ? 1 st fractions / de-pollution – fractions missing? e. g. oil, capacitors, batteries, coating material, . . . ? residues / residue fractions missing? e. g. residues from plastics conditioning, cable shredding, . . . Open if plausible yield data [%] ? 100 % ‘products’, 100 % fractions as recycled – most time NO e. g. other fractions from plastics conditioning for co-incineration ? high yield / share of metals – check e. g. WEEE cat. , fractions e. g. cables experience data (e. g. WEEE Forum) compare with other TP’s WF-Rep. Tool – key points start up & how to use Renate Gabriel 13

Take care – make sure (1) . . . that you get information for Take care – make sure (1) . . . that you get information for the/’your’ WEEE fraction not for any ‘mix’ of outgoing fractions not the total yield of the accepting plant . . . that downstream statements must be checked for plausibility (not only for presence!) keep in mind ‘paper is patient’! . . . that the classification as recycling / recovery must be done on base of the target of use of the (share of the) final fraction in the final technology applied (not any classification by the acceptor! WF-Rep. Tool – key points start up & how to use Renate Gabriel 14

Take care – make sure (2) we / with the WF-Rep. Tool follow the Take care – make sure (2) we / with the WF-Rep. Tool follow the target of use approach – see ‘simplifications’ of the WF-Rep. Tool (not the output of final treatment technologies, otherwise we would have to apply the real yield data for each plant, at least calculated for the specific WEEE material/not the total yield of the plant. . . !!!) any Rx classification a acceptor provides is only the recovery operations he applies / he is approved for (‘reclamation of. . ’) , it does not specify his separation results and /or the final use > classification of use of his fraction/s achieved Any R 1 classification of any plant - see WFD 2008, ANNEX II, RECOVERY OPERATIONS - R 1 Use principally as a fuel or other means to generate energy (*) energy efficiency criteria for municipal waste incinerators) may only be applied for the organic share of any material (not for the total input!) WF-Rep. Tool – key points start up & how to use Renate Gabriel 15

Options of the WF-Rep. Tool (1) Data of one report P ‘First fractions’ – Options of the WF-Rep. Tool (1) Data of one report P ‘First fractions’ – fractions from 1 st treatment step P ‘Overview’ – ‘treatment tree’ P ‘Final’ – overview on all final fractions achieved / documented P ‘Calculation’ – final fractions + classification of use P see features to show errors / missing data - my 1 st check 100 %!, no red frames or shades in ‘Overview’ P links of data, . . P options to download (pdf, Excel) P ‘Analyze’ – e. g. components [%] - my 2 nd point to check a report – plausibility of shares of components! WF-Rep. Tool – key points start up & how to use Renate Gabriel 16

Options of the WF-Rep. Tool (2) Option of summary reports (‘Pro’ only) P ‘period Options of the WF-Rep. Tool (2) Option of summary reports (‘Pro’ only) P ‘period data / batches annual data per TP P annual data per WEEE cat. or use ‘Summaries’ Option of ‘Summaries’ P ‘data base content choice’ of reports P option for further use = Excel export feature Option to ‘Compare’ reports – e. g. ‘Analyze’ results (‘Pro’ only) Option of ‘Controller remarks’ – give feedback to reporters (‘Pro’ only) WF-Rep. Tool – key points start up & how to use Renate Gabriel 17

Thank you for your attention! Your questions ! Contacts: contact to WF-Rep. Tool expert Thank you for your attention! Your questions ! Contacts: contact to WF-Rep. Tool expert group: see www. wf-reptool. org > ‘Contact us’ questions on WF-Rep. Tool data content / development: Renate Gabriel, renate. [email protected] at questions on WF-Rep. Tool installation / IT development: Willi Haghofer, w. [email protected] at WF-Rep. Tool – key points start up & how to use Renate Gabriel 18