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In implementing solid waste minimization strategies, the rst step is to identify potential haulers and recyclers to handle the designated materials. They often serve as valuable partners in the process. Obtain and retain veri cation records (waste hauler receipts and waste management reports) to con rm that diverted materials have been recycled or diverted as intended.
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In 2002, The University of Toledo Waste Minimization Team conducted a solid waste audit at a large oil re nery located in the Midwest. The company s management was interested in expanding and improving their recycling program. The recyclable waste generated at the company included of ce paper, newspapers, aluminum cans, plastic containers, and cardboard. At the time of the audit, the facility had small recycling programs in place for cardboard and of ce paper and utilized a separate waste container for storage. The company operates 365 days a year and there were 550 employees. Results from the audit indicated that the company produced 150 tons of solid waste that was disposed of in 12 dumpsters located within the facility. The monthly solid waste hauling cost was $13,200. After analyzing the overall waste stream, the Waste Assessment Team determined the major waste streams by weight. These waste streams and their subsequent generation are shown in Table 30.2 and Fig. 30.1. Table 30.3 and Fig. 30.2 display the major waste streams by volume and the estimated percentage volume of recyclable waste streams. Based upon the implementation of recycling key components in the waste stream, Table 30.4 represents an analysis of the potential savings. These savings re ect potential revenue, which may be generated by the sale of the recyclable materials.
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ESTIMATED WEIGHT OF GENERATED SOLID WASTE STREAMS POUNDS/YEAR PERCENTAGE
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MOP Food waste (include packaging) Aluminum cans Cardboard ONP Plastic bottles Total
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136,898 79,328 5,045 2,234 2,121 1,569 213,209
60.26% 34.92% 2.22% 0.98% 0.93% 0.69% 100%
TABLE 30.3 RANK
ESTIMATED VOLUME OF GENERATED SOLID WASTE STREAMS CUBIC YARDS/YEAR PERCENTAGE
MATERIALS
1 2 3 4 5 6
MOP Food waste (include packaging)* Aluminum cans Plastic bottles Cardboard ONP Total
342 227 84 39 9 6 707
48.39% 32.05% 11.89% 5.55% 1.27% 0.86% 100%
*Nonrecyclable
Percentage of Major Waste Streams (Ib/yr) 70.00% 60.00% 50.00% 40.00% 30.00% 20.00% 10.00% 0.00% MOP Food waste Aluminum cans 2.22% 0.98% Cardboard 0.93% ONP 0.69% Plastic bottles 34.92% 60.26%
Oil re ning waste audit chart for material weights.
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Percntage of Major Waste Streams (cubic yard/yr) 60.00% 50.00% 40.00% 32.05% 30.00% 20.00% 11.89% 10.00% 0.00% MOP Food waste Aluminum cans Plastic bottles Cardboard ONP 5.55% 1.27% 0.86% 48.39%
Oil re ning waste audit chart for material volumes.
30.6.1 RECOMMENDATIONS
1 Implement a recycling program for of ce paper, aluminum cans, cardboard, plastic
bottles, and news papers. Potential annual saving of $900. The annual revenue generated from the sale of the recyclables (paper, plastic, and aluminum cans) is approximately $900 at current market prices. Approximately 90 percent of the $900 could be generated from the sale of of ce paper. Additional savings will be realized by the reduction of the solid waste hauling bill (please see next recommendation). Institute a desk-side container program, where the employees sort their recyclable paper into special containers beside their desks. Then, the desk-side containers are emptied into intermediate collection centers. An informational booklet is included in the attachment section of this report, which describes very effective ways to begin an of ce recycling program.
TABLE 30.4 OIL REFINING WASTE AUDIT SAVINGS FROM THE SALE OF RECYCLABLE MATERIALS VALUE ($/TON) VALUE ($/YEAR) ANNUAL BENEFITS (%)
COMPONENT
TONS/YEAR
MOP Aluminum cans Cardboard Plastic bottles ONP Total
68.4 2.52 1.12 0.78 1.06 73.9
12.5 25 15 10 2.5
856 63 17 8 3 947
90.45 6.67 1.77 0.83 0.28 100
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2 Reduce the frequency of waste hauling.
Potential annual saving of $2600. Savings are possible by reducing the frequency of times the solid waste at the com-
pany is collected by the waste hauler. Currently the waste hauler removes waste from the company three times per week. The total volume of recyclable waste streams is estimated to be 480 yd3/year. By removing recyclables from the waste stream, the company could divert nearly 60 percent of the volume of their waste for recycling. The company, therefore, can adjust their waste hauling schedules to accommodate the reduction of the materials to be land lled, thereby reducing the waste hauling cost. For this study, a conservative reduction in waste hauling cost is estimated to be approximately 20 percent. This will incur estimated annual savings of $2600. Please contact your waste hauler for more details, once the of ce recycling program has been implemented. Set printer and copier defaults to print on both sides of the paper. Setting copiers to default to duplex copies would reduce paper use in the copier by 10 percent. Identify which copiers were changed to default duplex. Indicate exactly how to select single-sided copies when needed. Assign a program coordinator. A successful recycling program requires an enthusiastic coordinator to keep the program running smoothly. The responsibilities of the coordinator may include selecting the recycler, developing the collection system, as well as tracking and measuring the success of the program. Establish an effective education program. The goal is to educate employees in the importance of recycling. Place handouts describing what can be recycled and where to recycle it in every building and hand them to the employees so they can start recycling. Hang posters and yers in the facility to remind employees to sort their waste before throwing it away. Be certain that every recycling bin is clearly marked and easy to use. Purchase supplies made from recycled materials. Purchasing products made from recycled materials is critical to closing the recycling loop, and creating a demand for recycled goods. Develop a purchasing policy that includes the purchase of recycled content products. Purchase remanufactured toner cartridges and printer ribbons.
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