Die Umsetzung der Abfallablagerungsverordung am Beispiel der Region Hannover

Das Abfallentsorgungskonzept der Region Hannover führt die in den früher zuständigen kommunalen Körperschaften Landkreis und Landeshauptstadt Hannover begonnenen Planungen zur Umsetzung der TA Siedlungsabfall (später Abfallablagerungs- Verordnung) zusammen. Aus der im Jahre 2003 erfolgten Fusion zu aha sind Möglichkeiten einer optimierten Entsorgungsstruktur für die Region Hannover entstanden.

Diese wurden durch eine sinnvolle Integration des Abfallbehandlungszentrums Hannover und der bestehenden Verträge zur Entsorgung von Restabfällen bzw. der heizwertreichen Grobfraktion verwirklicht. Diese Optimierung hat u. a. Eingang in das Abfallwirtschaftskonzept der Region Hannover gefunden. Es nimmt die Weichenstellungen für die einzelnen Bausteine des Abfallentsorgungskonzepts mit dem Abfallbehandlungszentrum Hannover aus der ersten Hälfte der 90er Jahre auf. Mit diesem Abfallentsorgungskonzept wird die für die Region Hannover insgesamt kostengünstigste Lösung verwirklicht.



Copyright: © ANS e.V. (am Leichtweiß-Institut der TU Braunschweig)
Quelle: 66. Informationsgespräch (Juni 2005)
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Autor: Dipl.- Ing. Theo Schneider
Dr. Beate Vielhaber
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