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Green initiatives have increased in popularity in recent years as many organizations attempt to analyze and reduce environmental impacts. This gain in attention has been brought on by consumer demand for cleaner production, dwindling natural resources, and population growth around the world. Solid waste minimization and management is often an overlooked component of an overall environmental protection plan for organizations. The focusing on sustainability, waste reduction, and green initiatives by individual firms can lead to enhanced economic performance, environmental protection, and health benefits for the worldwide community. Solid Waste Analysis and Minimization: A Systems Approach provides an up-to-date source of technical information relating to current and potential solid waste minimization practices. This book gives a detailed framework and reference material and is broken into four parts: Part 1 gives definitions, benefits, and background information regarding solid waste analysis and minimization. Part 2 discusses solid waste assessment strategies and provides the general framework for conducting a solid waste audit. Part 3 discusses solid waste modeling, prediction, and evaluation for various industries based on standard industry classifications. Part 4 features 21 case studies in various industries, including two illustrating international businesses. This book serves as both a practical and a technical guide to minimizing solid waste for any organization, from manufacturing to service facilities. It is based on the solid waste minimization hierarchy of reduce, reuse, and recycle. The solid waste auditing procedure detailed in this book has been applied and refined over the past 12 years on more than 80 solid waste assessment projects around the globe. I am confident that this book will contribute to the field of solid waste management and emphasize the need for continued research as we strive for sustainable solutions to solid waste issues.
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I wish to acknowledge the Lucas County Solid Waste Management District and the Lucas County Board of Commissioners for their continued support and commitment to prevention of pollution and sustainability. Their funding of solid waste reduction research since 1996 has led to many of the examples and case studies discussed in this
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book. Specifically, I would like to mention Mr. James Walters of the Lucas County Solid Waste Management District and Dr. Robert Bennett of The University of Toledo for their guidance and support related to solid waste minimization. I also wish to thank the numerous undergraduate and graduate students who have conducted research in the Environmentally Conscious Design and Manufacturing Laboratory at The University of Toledo. I wish to acknowledge Laura Franchetti for her editing and critiquing skills and moral support during the writing this book. Also, I thank the many unnamed people who assisted in the preparation of this book or who worked on some of the projects used as examples. Matthew J. Franchetti, Ph.D., P.E.
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Part 1
WHY SOLID WASTE REDUCTION
DEFINITION OF SOLID WASTE ANALYSIS AND MINIMIZATION
1.1 Introduction
In the extremely competitive world of business and manufacturing, solid waste disposal is often overlooked. In many companies, few stakeholders are aware of the destinations of the generated wastes and associated costs. There are associated costs with excess raw materials, scrap parts, poor use of resources (including labor), and outdated materials. All of these contribute to a company s solid waste stream, and must be addressed when calculating the costs of disposal. In addition, it is not an ecologically or economically sound decision to allow recyclables to enter land lls. Thus, destinations and the costs associated with them must be addressed. Solid waste disposal typically accounts for 3 percent of a manufacturing organization s expenses. In 2007, Ford Motor Company (Ford) reported net revenue of $172.5 billion and expenses of $153.6 billion, with a pro t of $18.9 billion, and General Motors (GM) reported net revenue of $181.1 billion and, expenses of $166.6 billion, with a pro t of $14.5 billion. Solid waste disposal costs are approximately $4.6 billion and $5.0 billion for Ford and GM, respectively. Considering the multibillion dollar expenses associated with solid waste disposal for these companies, signi cant cost savings can be realized by analyzing and minimizing solid waste generation. As indicated in the previous example, waste analysis and minimization can be nancially very advantageous to companies and should be evaluated. However, many companies do not have any personnel capable of performing the evaluation due to time constraints and lack of knowledge and experience in the eld. The ful llment of this need for an experienced evaluator with available time has led to research opportunities and a competitive disposal and recycling market, and has opened new elds of recycling. It is easy to get wrapped up in the emotions of environmental protection, waste minimization, and recycling often associated with environmental activists or tree huggers. The real challenge is to have these initiatives make business sense for corporations around
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