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Stream or Container #1 Adjust density assumptions based on observations Density Factors (lb/cy) Loose Stack Comp Baled 200 350 500 700 60 200 350 650 60 350 500 700 60 200 450 450 300 300 250 300 250 200 300 300 150 250 450 450 450 400 400 350 550 600 400 400 650 650 650 600 600 600 650 700 550 500 750 750 750 650 650 600 700 800 650 600 Waste Material Paper Newsprint Corrugated cardboard Kraft paper Waxed cardboard Office Paper Computer printout (CPO) White ledger (WL) Mix office pap (MOP) Ground wood CPO Cardstock/folders Box(gray)board Books Magazines & glossy Tissue paper Other mixed paper Wood Pallets Lumber, etc. Logs, etc. Compostables Yard waste** Brush Soiled paper Food waste Other compostables Metals Ferrous scrap Aluminum Other nonferrous ** Plastics PS foam PS rigid PE (nonfilm/nonfoam) PP (nonfilm/nonfoam) PVC (nonfilm/nonfoam) Foams Film plastic Other plastics Percent of Material Container Density or Stream lb/cy Recycle Percent Recycled Recycled Disposed Disposed Volume Weight Volume Weight CY/yr tons/yr CY/yr tons/yr
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CURRENT WASTE DISPOSITION (LB)
Disposed Recycled Generated
1,029,670 616,317 1,645,987 Recycling rate: 37.4%
This leads to the next step, which entails calculating the waste removal costs and revenue generated by each waste component. The data to calculate this are taken from solid waste billing statements (collected during the existing records review) and the extrapolated waste stream. From the case study below is a typical summary (Table 8.2) for the extrapolated waste stream and disposal cost analysis. At the time of the waste audit the company was paying approximately $75 per ton for disposal for a total cost of just over $38,900 per year. Table 8.3 summarizes production waste. The column heading titled Annual Nonhazardous Generation refers to the materials found in containers labeled Nonhazardous. Likewise, Annual Hazardous Generation refers to materials labeled Hazardous. Note that uncoated lead accounts for more than a quarter of production waste. Table 8.4 illustrates nonhazardous and hazardous waste generated outside of production areas, but does not include waste generated in administrative areas. Table 8.5 illustrates the administrative waste generated at the company. Of ce paper accounts for nearly 9 percent of the company s total waste stream comprised of production, nonproduction, and administrative waste. The types of of ce paper generated are summarized in Table 8.5. The results of the research show that the company is currently generating approximately 10.1 lb of waste per employee on a daily basis. This gure does not include in-process recycled waste, such as uncoated lead, recycled OCC, and other hazardous by-products from the production process. After analyzing the overall waste stream, the team determined that there are a number of major waste streams by weight. These 11 major streams and their subsequent generation are shown in Table 8.6; this represents the baseline data for the facility. About 85 percent of waste generated by the plant can be categorized into one of the 11 major waste streams. In Sec. 8.7 alternative disposal and recycling systems for the recyclable waste streams will be discussed. Recycling waste steam material can result in reduced disposal costs and increased revenue due to the sale of recyclable material.
TABLE 8.3
PRODUCTION-RELATED WASTE PERCENTAGE OF PRODUCTIONRELATED WASTE STREAM
MATERIAL
ANNUAL NONHAZARDOUS GENERATION (LB)
ANNUAL HAZARDOUS GENERATION (LB)
Uncoated lead Oxide inserts Polypropylene components Miscellaneous Gloves Plastic gloves Safety masks Terry sleeves Floor sweepings OCC* Crepe paper Boxboard Kraft paper Labels Label backing Wood Metal banding Metal Rubber-coated metal Wire Filter material Film plastic Mixed plastic Plastic banding Shredded plastic Cloth rags Paper towels Tape Aerosol cans Total Employee generation
417,026 84,514 103,432 17,242 5109 1088 123 2886 18,185 275,512 10,803 4457 8804 28,569 73,447 30,959 6547 1894 1313 16,845 12,079 3787 409 43 4668 47,076 1,176,817
20,430 5993 3065 2492 72,867 26,532 15,169 6810 1430 5993 6027 575 6766 1502 737 5857 13,943 23,859 3933 233,979
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