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1. Establish the solid waste minimization team and charter 2. Review existing solid waste and recycling records 3. Create process owcharts and conduct throughput analyses 4. Conduct the solid waste sorts at the facility 5. Analyze the data to determine annual generation by work unit or area 6. Establish baseline data 7. Identify waste minimization opportunities 8. Develop process and method improvement alternatives to minimize solid waste 9. Determine vendors and service providers to assist in waste minimization 10. Compare and decide among alternatives 11. Develop the waste minimization deployment and execution plan 12. Execute and implement the waste minimization plan and timeline 13. Validate the process versus goals 14. Monitor and continually improve performance Total
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implementation plan. The timeline should be viewed as a control document to evaluate the progress of the team versus preestablished milestones. Proper planning is needed to ensure the timeline is achievable and will meet the goals of the project. Table 8.1 shows some general guidelines for the time required for each step of the solid waste minimization process. Please note that the timeline assumes that the team will be devoting approximately 30 percent of their time to the project and 70 percent of their time to normal job duties. On average a successful project requires approximately 3 to 4 months to complete. Table 8.1 shows the timeline created for the case study.
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The nal deliverable from the de ne stage of the process is the budget. The budget identi es the nancial resources available to the project for process improvements and data collection assistance. The budget could include such items as
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Training and reference materials Outside training Data collection and trash sort tools (gloves, yard sticks, scales) Data collection labor Equipment purchases (baler, grinders)
STEP 2: EXISTING RECORD REVIEW
Container purchases (desk side and workroom oor receptacles) Communication funds (newsletters, banners, posters) Travel funds to visit top performing sites for benchmarking Meeting refreshments (if desired)
Several approaches exist when creating the budget. For example, project start-up funds could be allocated by management and spent at the team s discretion. Management could allocate $1000 to $10,000 for the items listed above and empower the team to best utilize the funds. Many successful companies have taken the approach that no additional dollars will be allocated to the project. The team is given the base budget of the previous year s solid waste removal and recycling costs for a start. The team must then creatively use this same budget to reduce the environmental impact of the organization. All expenditures would be cost justi ed based on return on investment and available funds in the budget. This approach is generally preferred by management, because no additional funds are needed and the outcome of the project at a minimum will be breakeven for the organization. As a rst step in reviewing previous waste removal records, the team determines the budget by calculating last year s expenditures. For the case study example, the team was given $4000 by executive management to cover tools and program start-up costs.
8.3 Step 2: Existing Record Review
Reviewing the existing organizational records for solid waste and recycling usually provides signi cant insight into the amounts, types, and patterns of waste generation. Very useful data and information can be gained to help focus the efforts of the team and eliminate the need for the collection of existing raw data. Collecting highquality records will save a great deal of time, money, and effort versus raw data collection via a trash sort or facility walk through. The types of records to collect include
Purchasing, inventory, maintenance, and operating logs Supply, equipment, and raw material invoices Equipment service contracts Repair invoices Waste hauling and disposal records and contracts (including 1 year of amounts and fees collected) Contracts with recycling facilities and records of earned revenues from recycling Major equipment list Production schedule (representative of a year) Company brochure or product information Material safety data sheets (MSDS) Facility layout (hard copy plus CAD copy, if available) Process ow diagrams
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