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(2) In relation to the CADP, Phase 1, projects for which construction has commenced but is not yet complete:
See Table 2 attached.
(3) In relation to the CADP, Phase 1, projects that are planned or proposed but where construction has not started:
See Table 3 attached.
(4) In relation to the CADP Phases 2 and 3, projects that have been planned, proposed or considered by government, including Calvary Hospital upgrade and proposed new sub-acute hospital:
The scope of other proposed projects has not been completed. See Table 4 attached for information on projects that received funding in the ACT Budget.
(Copies of the attachments are available at the Chamber Support Office).
Waste—recycling (Question No 1903)
Ms Le Couteur asked the Minister for Territory and Municipal Services, upon notice, on 27 October 2011:
In relation to Regarding Annual Report 2010-11 statistics, Output 1.3 Waste and recycling, p 112 (a) why is the 'original target' figure, which was revised down as per the footnote in 2011-12 Budget Paper no 4, p 73, and as part of the estimates hearings (Estimates Hansard 24-05-11, p 858-59), reported here as an unqualified 75%; (b) how did the 'actual result' figure increased by 6% (relative to the revised 'est. Outcome in 2011-12 Budget Paper No. 4, p 73') in the 6 weeks that lapsed between the estimates hearings and the end of the financial year; and (c) why were the factors identified in TAMS Annual report 2011, p 112 attributed to an increase in the 'actual result' figure such as significant extra green waste generation during the spring-summer of 2010 not factored into the 'estimated outcome' figure presented in the 2011-12 budget paper, no 4, p 73.
Mr Corbell: The answer to the member's question is as follows:
(1) (a) For the 'percentage of material recovered from the total waste stream' in Output 1.3, the 2010-11 TAMS Annual Report provides an Original Target of 75% and an Actual Result of 75%.
For the 'percentage of material recovered from the total waste stream,' the 2011-12 Budget Paper no 4, p 73, provides a 2010-11 Target of 75%, a
2010-11 Estimated Outcome of 69% and a 2011-12 Target of 67%.
The Target for 2010-11 was not revised and remained at 75%.
The Estimated Outcome was revised down to 69% because data at the time indicated the Target would not be met. Data gathered up until April showed that waste to