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Data on solid waste generation provides the public with a viewpoint on the solid
waste problem. For a solid waste manager or engineer confronted with a new waste stream, national gures and trends may be useful in determining how other facilities or industries have managed similar waste streams. The data provides a gauge to judge the environmental performance of public, regulatory, and advocacy groups around the world. Governments in various nations have established and implemented numerous programs to reduce solid waste levels, but do not have a clear understanding of the quantities and compositions that individual companies contribute to the overall levels. Compounding this problem, there is no single source for data regarding solid waste generation and developing a comprehensive picture can be somewhat challenging. An improved understanding of the solid waste generation rates and characteristics of individual companies and industries provides insights for communities and government
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to understand, control, and reduce solid waste generation. This section compiles data from various sources to create a comprehensive picture and provides a discussion on commonly used solid waste metrics.
2.4.2 WASTE GENERATION RATES IN THE UNITED STATES
In the year 2000, U.S. residents, businesses, and institutions generated more than 230 million tons of municipal solid waste (MSW), which is approximately 4.6 lb of waste per person per day, up from 2.7 lb per person per day in 1960 (www.epa.gov, retrieved December 12, 2007). Figure 2.1 displays the increased solid waste generation trends for the United States in terms of total waste generated (millions of tons). This graph indicates the increased solid waste generation in the United States and stresses the need for waste reduction activities to combat this growth. The data used for this graph was provided from Municipal Solid Waste Generation, Recycling, and Disposal in the United States: 2000 Facts and Figures, Franklin and Associates for the EPA, June 2002. Currently, no solid waste generation standards exist for U.S. companies. Such standards would be useful for communities, government agencies, or businesses to monitor generation levels, compare performance, and subsequently reduce solid waste generation. To successfully implement a solid waste reduction strategy, government and businesses must be able to quantify the amounts and types of solid waste a company generates and compare these amounts with similar industries. A common business adage summarizes this well, stating, If you can t measure it, you can t manage it. Currently no comprehensive measures of solid waste generation quantities or waste stream compositions exist for individual companies. Various U.S. government agencies at the state and local levels often use nonscienti c and nonstandardized approaches to estimate solid waste generation rates for industrial and business sectors under their jurisdiction. The methods currently used involve convenient sampling and
Total MSW generation (1960 to 2000) 250 200 Tons (millions) 150 100 88.1 50 0 1960 1970 1980 Year 1990 2000 121.1 151.6 231.9 205.2
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