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28.2 Waste Management Goals and Opportunities
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The majority of solid waste generated by this sector is paper pulp and mixed paper wastes. Table 28.1 displays the composition breakdown based on survey results. As shown in the table, the recycling rate for this sector is approximately 37 percent. Paper pulp constitutes the majority of the solid waste stream. As derived from the solid waste evaluation model discussed in Chap. 12, the equation that estimates the annual waste generation per year per employee for this sector can be calculated from the following:
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Tons of solid waste generated per year = 6.63 number of employees 3.51 solid waste disposal cost per ton 114.82 if the company is ISO 140001 certi ed + 340.27
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TABLE 28.1 PAPER MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY SOLID WASTE COMPOSITION (SURVEY RESULTS) MATERIAL COMPOSITION (%) RECYCLING (%)
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The number of trees and other vegetation cut down in order to make paper can be enormous. Paper companies insist that they plant as many new trees as they cut down. Environmentalists contend that the new growth trees, so much younger and smaller than what was removed, cannot replace the value of older trees. Efforts to recycle used paper (especially newspapers) have been effective in at least partially mitigating the need for destruction of woodlands, and recycled paper is now an important ingredient in many types of paper production. The key constraints for paper production can be separated into ve areas:
Pulp ber length Paper bers can be recycled only a limited number of times
before they become too short or weak to make high-quality paper. This means the broken, low-quality bers are separated out to become waste sludge. These paper mill sludges consume a large percentage of our local land ll space each year. Worse yet, some of the wastes are land spread on cropland as a disposal technique, raising concerns about trace contaminants building up in soil or running off into area lakes and streams. Some companies burn their sludge in incinerators, contributing to our serious air pollution problems. Finding alternative uses for this sludge versus land ll disposal will divert a large amount of waste for this sector. Chemical contamination All the inks, dyes, coatings, pigments, staples, and sticky items (tape, plastic lms, etc.) are also washed off with the recycled bers to join the waste solids. The shiny nish on glossy magazine type paper is produced using a ne kaolin clay coating, which also becomes solid waste during recycling. The chemicals used in paper manufacture, including dyes, inks, bleach, and sizing, can also be harmful to the environment when they are released into water supplies and nearby land after use. The industry has, sometimes with government prompting, cleared up a large amount of pollution, and federal requirements now demand pollution-free paper production. The cost of such clean-up efforts is passed on to the consumer. Governmental regulations These regulations are intended primarily to control conventional pollutants from pulp and paper mills in order to protect sh and their habitat. Pollutants of concern are suspended solids, biochemical oxygendemanding matter, and ef uent that are acutely lethal to sh. The regulations often require that the industry establish an environmental effects monitoring program. The program is intended to provide information to evaluate the need for further control measures, by evaluating the effectiveness of existing control measures and by assessing changes in the receiving environment. Cost of equipment The cost of equipment can be prohibitive and can cost thousands of dollars to purchase and install. Invest the extra time, space, and employee training and re-training to sort waste and recyclable materials Training and employee involvement are key elements to the success of the recycling program. Creating a strong, well planned system at the beginning will save many headaches and additional costs for the organization at a later point in time.
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