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Figure 2.1 U.S. solid waste generation trend from 1960 to 2000.
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applying limited statistical analyses (usually only the mean are calculated) and rarely calculating variances. These current methods signi cantly increase the variability and inaccuracy of the estimates. This type of research had not been conducted earlier for several reasons. First, most solid waste studies are conducted by the government, which is concerned with aggregate data, not individual company data. Federal, state, and local level governments collect data from individual companies and use it for overall waste generation and recycling statistics. This provides an overview of the total generation, but offers few insights on speci c waste generation quantities and recycling levels on the individual companies or groups that comprise the total. Another reason why this type of research has not been conducted earlier is because the appropriate data had not been consolidated or analyzed. A portion of the data required for this research existed, but was never processed into useful information. The data could have been collected, but the effort was never taken until this research. Contributing to data collection issues, some companies view solid waste data as con dential and are hesitant to release it to the government. Finally, most solid waste generation studies involved minimal statistical modeling. MSW, more commonly known as trash or garbage, consists of everyday items such as product packaging, grass clippings, furniture, clothing, bottles, food scraps, newspapers, appliances, paint, and batteries. The pie chart in Fig. 2.2 was created with data provided from the EPA (www.epa.gov, retrieved December 12, 2007). In 2006, U.S. residents, businesses, and institutions produced more than 251 million tons of MSW, which is approximately 4.6 lb of waste per person per day. The annual U.S. trends for MSW can be found in Figs. 2.3 and 2.4. Several MSW management practices, such as source reduction, recycling, and composting, prevent or divert materials from the waste stream. Source reduction involves altering the design,
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2006 total U.S. waste generation (before recycling) 5% 6% 7% 34% Paper Yard trimmings Food scraps Plastics Metals Rubber, leather, and textiles Wood Glass Other 13% 12% 3%
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Trends in total MSW generation (1960 to 2000) 300 250 200 150 100 50 0 1960 1970 1980 Year 1990 2000
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manufacture, or use of products and materials to reduce the amount and toxicity of what gets thrown away. Recycling diverts items, such as paper, glass, plastic, and metals, from the waste stream. These materials are sorted, collected, and processed and then manufactured, sold, and bought as new products. Composting decomposes
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Trends in per capita MSW generation (1960 to 2000) 5 Per capita generation (lb/person/day) 4.5 4 3.5 3 2.5 2 1.5 1 0.5 0 1960 1970 1980 Year 1990 2000
Annual U.S. trends in per capita MSW generation.
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U.S. MSW recycling rates 80.0 70.0 60.0 Tons (millions) 50.0 40.0 30.0 20.0 10.0 0.0 1960 1970
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organic waste, such as food scraps and yard trimmings, with microorganisms (mainly bacteria and fungi), producing a humus-like substance. Other practices address those materials that require disposal. Land lls are engineered areas where waste is placed into the land. Land lls usually have liner systems and other safeguards to prevent groundwater contamination. Combustion is another MSW practice that has helped reduce the amount of land ll space needed. Combustion facilities burn MSW at a high temperature, reducing waste volume and generating electricity. Currently, in the United States, 32.5 percent is recovered and recycled or composted, 12.5 percent is burned at combustion facilities, and the remaining 55 percent is disposed of in land lls. The annual U.S. trends for recycling can be found in Figs. 2.5 and 2.6. Source reduction can be a successful method of reducing waste generation. Practices such as grass recycling, backyard composting, two-sided copying of paper, and transport packaging reduction by industry have yielded substantial bene ts through source reduction. Source reduction has many environmental bene ts. It prevents emissions of many greenhouse gases, reduces pollutants, saves energy, conserves resources, and reduces the need for new land lls and combustors. Recycling, including composting, diverted 82 million tons of material away from disposal in 2006, up from 15 million tons in 1980, when the recycle rate was just 10 percent and 90 percent of MSW was being combusted with energy recovery or disposed of by land lling. Typical materials that are recycled include batteries, recycled at a rate of 99 percent, paper and paperboard at 52 percent, and yard trimmings at 62 percent. These materials and others may be recycled through curbside programs, drop-off centers, buy-back programs, and deposit systems. Figure 2.7 shows the recycling rates for many common materials.
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