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receive the same training as the core team. An approach that seems to work well is to assign one temporary team member from each work unit within the facility. For example, assign a supervisor or shop oor worker from each production work area such as the metal stamping unit, the paint shop, and the accounting of ces (work units will differ by business type). The advantages of assigning temporary team members within each work unit include faster and more accurate data collection. As a member of the work unit in which data are being collected, the temporary team member will possess specialized knowledge on the waste generation types and amounts. The data collection form is the most important document of the waste sort. The data collected with the form will be used to extrapolate the annual generation for the facility so care should be taken when collecting the data to ensure accuracy. At a minimum, the required information on the data collection form is
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tion is needed) Work unit and location of the waste receptacle Source of the waste (previous operation or supplier) Disposal method (baler, compactor, recycler, uncompacted dumpster) Size of the container in cubic feet (can be derived from length, width, and height measurements) The container type (desk side, recycling bin, dumpster) Percent full Times emptied (per day, week, or month) Container contents and percent of each component Condition of material (loose, compacted, baled) Notes and comments that may be useful when analyzing the data (including names and contact information for work units members with specialized knowledge of the waste or generation levels)
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Figure 8.17 shows a template of the data collection form. A meeting should be held with the maintenance/custodial supervisor and custodial team to clarify the scope and support required for the waste sort. On the day of the waste sort, the custodial staff should be instructed not to empty any waste containers so that a full day s data can be collected. Notes and messages should be placed in the custodian s work and break areas the day before and the day of the waste sort to ensure that all waste is accounted and measured. During the meeting, the custodial team should be made aware of the goal of the project and the purpose of the waste sort. Oftentimes, the custodial team has value-added suggestions and comments that will improve the study, such as the areas to target and high-volume waste streams. Finally, several days before the waste sort, messaging in the form of e-mails, service talks, and postings in common areas should be disseminated to all facility employees discussing the details of the waste sort. The messaging should include the date, the purpose, and the process of the waste sort.
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Aerosol cans Aluminum Boxboard Carbon paper Cardstock Cloth rags Computer printout (CPO) Envelopes Film plastic Floor sweepings Food waste Glass Gloves leather Gloves rubber Gloves cloth Greenbar Kraft paper Label backing Labels Metal Metal banding Miscellaneous (Describe in Notes)
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Date of study Performed by Disposal method
Waste Composition
Percent full Times emptied Percent recycled
Container Contents Percent of Container Item
NCR (carbonless paper) Newsprint (ONP) OCC Paper Paper cups Polyethylene Polypropylene Paper towels (wash/breakroom) Paper towels (shop floor) Plastic banding Plastic bottles Plastic clamshell containers Plastic cups Safety masks Shredded plastic Steel Styrofoam Tape Terry sleeves Wire (list metal type if known) Wood VCI paper
hour/day/week
Percent of Container
Notes
Waste sort data collection form.
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May 15th Memo to All Employees: On May 22nd the solid waste analysis and minimization team will conduct a waste audit at our facility between 2 p.m. and 5 p.m. The purpose of this waste audit is to determine the amount and composition of our waste stream to help us become more environmentally friendly by reducing, reusing, and recycling. On the day of the assessment, please do not empty any waste containers in your work unit. Also, if you have any ideas or suggestions to help us become more environmentally friendly, please share them with the assessment team on May 22nd. Thank you for your support. President and CEO
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