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In 1999, The University of Toledo Solid Waste Minimization Team conducted a solid waste audit at a large worldwide shipping company located in Northwest Ohio. In 1998, the company s corporate revenues exceeded $2.3 billion dollars. The facility moved between 4 and 5 millions pounds of freight across its dock every day. This facility was a break-bulk facility with 205 dock doors. The terminal received all freight collected from 20 regional satellite terminals. The waste assessment team has identi ed nine major waste streams produced by the dock operations at the facility. Of these nine streams, six of the streams are potentially recyclable. By separating the potentially recyclable material from the waste stream,
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the company could signi cantly reduce both the amount of material going to the land ll as well as disposal costs. The following sections provide alternatives for dealing with the recyclable materials not currently recycled. The nine major dock waste streams are mentioned in Table 35.2. Of the major waste streams, wood pallets constituted the largest opportunity to increase recycling rates. The company generated over 420, 000 lb of wood from their operations on an annual basis. Figure 35.2 is a picture of these pallets. This wood waste results from damaged and unnecessary pallets as well as damaged or carelessly disposed of wood blocking, which is used to secure freight in trailer-loading operations. Wood is both reusable and recyclable and should be handled in such a way that it is bene cial to both the company and the environment. In order to reduce the frequency of disposal of the wood hopper, the company examined the possibility of a precrusher grinding unit to reduce the wasted volume in the disposal container. A cost analysis of this machine indicated that it would save the company $14,000 per year with a payback period of 1.3 years. The plastic wrap used in the freight-loading and unloading process is potentially recyclable. The company disposed of approximately 33 tons of plastic wrap per year. By instituting a collection program for plastic material, the company would enjoy a twofold bene t. First, the plastic material would be removed from the disposal stream, therefore reducing compactor volumes, frequency of disposal, and hence, disposal costs. The second bene t involves the collection of revenue for the lm plastic. By recycling the lm plastic generated in the dock area, the company had the potential to generate revenues up to $1500. Over 56,000 lb of corrugated cardboard were generated yearly. The corrugated cardboard serves the same function as the boxboard throughout dock operations,
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acting as a trailer-packing aid as well as a repair mechanism for freight. As with boxboard, the OCC is highly recyclable and segregated collection of the material would divert over 14 tons of material from the land ll.
35.7 Exemplary Performers UPS Solid Waste Reduction Initiatives
UPS has demonstrated a strong commitment to the environment. In 2006, UPS produced 104,550 tons of solid waste. Solid waste is paper, cardboard, and plastic that would generally be taken to a land ll. Only 38,600 tons were recycled. The reduction of solid waste reduces the amount of methane that contributes to the greenhouse gas effect. Figure 35.3 is a breakdown of the products that UPS recycled in 2006. Steps followed by UPS to increase recycling and reduce solid waste generation
To help reduce the greenhouse gas effect, UPS is increasing its purchases of recy-
cled materials. They purchased 36,300 tons of recycled materials in 2006 to help this initiative. UPS recycled 2.7 million pounds of electronic equipment from their facilities in 2006 and 19.7 million pounds since the beginning of this project to help reduce the toxic chemical wastes created by this equipment.
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