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The majority of solid waste generated by this sector is mixed plastics and mixed of ce paper. Table 31.1 displays the composition breakdown based on survey results. As shown in the table, the recycling rate for this sector is approximately 37 percent. As derived from the solid waste evaluation model discussed in Chap. 12, the
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TABLE 31.1 PLASTIC AND RUBBER-MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY SOLID WASTE COMPOSITION (SURVEY RESULTS) MATERIAL COMPOSITION (%) RECYCLING (%)
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Plastics HDPE PP PET PVC Paper Mixed of ce paper Newspaper OCC (cardboard) Solidi ed sludge Wood Metals Food waste Glass Yard waste Other Overall recycling level
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equation that estimates the annual waste generation per year per employee for this sector can be calculated from the following:
Tons of solid waste generated per year = 6.64 number of employees 4.13 solid waste disposal cost per ton 153.7 if the company is ISO 140001 certi ed + 295.4
31.3 Constraints and Considerations
All plastics can be recycled; however, the extent to which they are recycled depends upon both economic and logistic factors. As a valuable and nite resource, the optimum use for most plastic after its rst use is to be recycled, preferably into a product that can be recycled again. Bene ts of recycling waste plastics:
Less plastic waste going to land ll Less oil used for plastic production Less energy consumed
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Where the origin of the material is industrial scrap, the recovered end product is generally referred to as reprocessed to distinguish it from recycled material, which is derived from genuine postuse products. There is also some recycling of plastics products which have undergone a full service life and have then been reclaimed for further use. Material of this type is called postuse material. It can arise from industrial, commercial, and domestic sources. Recent years have seen a growth in postconsumer plastics recycling. Most of the plastics recycled are from the commercial and industrial sectors, with bottles being recovered from domestic sources. This pattern is because the main requirements for effective recycling of postuse plastics are
Resource-ef cient reclamation of the postuse products Facilities to sort and compact the reclaimed products End-use applications for the recycled plastics materials and these conditions are
more easily met from commercial postuse waste In addition, heavily contaminated plastic waste requires special washing and drying facilities. According to the American Plastics Council (APC), more than 1800 U.S. businesses handle or reclaim postconsumer plastics. Plastics from MSW are usually collected from curbside recycling bins or drop-off sites. Then, they go to a material-recovery facility, where they are sorted either mechanically or manually from other recyclables. The resulting mixed plastics are sorted by plastic type, baled, and sent to a reclamation facility. At the reclamation facility, the scrap plastic is passed across a shaker screen to remove trash and dirt, and then washed and ground into small akes. A otation tank then further separates contaminants, based on their different densities. Flakes are then dried, melted, ltered, and formed into pellets. The pellets are shipped to product-manufacturing plants, where they are made into new plastic products. In 1997, APC estimated that roughly one-half of all U.S. communities nearly 19,400 collected plastics for recycling, primarily PET and HDPE bottles, such as soda bottles. Roughly 7400 communities collected plastics at the curb, and approximately 12,000 communities collected plastics through drop-off centers. While overall recovery of plastics for recycling is relatively small 1.4 million tons, or 3.9 percent of plastics generated in 2003 recovery of some plastic containers has reached higher levels. PET soft drink bottles were recovered at a rate of 25 percent in 2003. Recovery of HDPE milk and water bottles was estimated at about 32 percent in 2003. Signi cant recovery of plastics from lead-acid battery casings and from some other containers also was reported in 1999. Plastics are recycled for both economic and environmental reasons. Recycling and reuse of plastics have the obvious bene t of decreasing the amount of used plastics that end up in land lls. With increased plastics recycling, fewer natural resources need to be extracted to produce virgin plastic. According to APC, plastics production accounts for 4 percent of U.S. energy consumption. Though they are derived from nonrenewable natural resources, plastics adaptable characteristics often enable manufacturers to reduce the material used, energy consumed, and waste generated in making a variety of products.
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