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If waste is generated, develop a separation method and transport the waste to another organization so that another company could use the waste as a raw material. For example, the company could transport the cardboard to a third-party processor for recycling. 5 Waste treatment to render the waste less hazardous. If waste is generated, develop a separation method and treat the waste so it is less harmful before releasing it to the environment. This solution applies mostly to chemical processes, such as treating waste water and releasing it to the public sewer. 6 Secure disposal. Dispose of the waste at a secure land ll. The company could use its waste hauler to transport the cardboard to a local land ll. 7 Direct release to the environment. If waste is generated, develop a separation method and release the waste directly to the environment. In this nal scenario, the company could stage the cardboard in an outside area to allow it to biodegrade.
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If this book were to be reduced to one key idea, it would be the application of the three Rs and the two Es as they apply to solid waste minimization. From a technical and regulatory standpoint, the hierarchy mentioned in the previous section is excellent, but it does not hit home with the leadership of many organizations and does not promote the full bene ts of solid waste minimization. In terms of communicating and promoting solid waste minimization the three Rs and the two Es have served as very effective tools. The three Rs are
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The three Rs are a summary of the hierarchy discussed in the previous section. In terms of the hierarchy, the rst item discussed, source reduction, has been separated into two components, reduce and reuse. Reuse has been added to emphasize the fact that many items that are being disposed of at a land ll by organizations could have been reused, such as cardboard containers, plastic caps, or rubber bands. Finally, all recycling methods, in-process, on-site, and off-site, have been lumped into one category for simplicity. And the two Es are
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The concept is to apply the three Rs at an organization to help the two Es. The three Rs provide the solutions to the solid waste problem and are based on the hierarchy of solid waste management. The two Es communicate the goals of these efforts, to lessen the environmental impact of an organization and improve an organization s economics or bottom line. This simple phrase is easy to understand and has served as a great
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tag line or catch phrase to promote solid waste reduction. By emphasizing economic bene ts, solid waste reduction and minimization bene ts are much easier to sell to the decision makers because the efforts are placing attention on the nancial health of the organization as well. A plant manager of a battery manufacturing rm located in Toledo, Ohio bluntly summarized this concept when he stated that his company is in the business of producing and selling batteries, not recycling. It is easy to get caught up in the good feelings associated with helping the environment, but unless there is a nancial incentive many organizations may give environmental concerns only lip service. A buzzword that is now emerging is green washing, which is a situation in which a company publicly and verbally promotes their environmental efforts to bolster corporate images, but falls short of the actions associated with the public statements. The goal of emphasizing the three Rs and two Es is to bridge the gap between public statements and corporate actions by demonstrating that environmental concerns makes business sense. A common misconception of organizations is that they do not have funds in their budgets for recycling or environmental initiatives. The fallacy in this thinking is that virtually all companies have a starting point or a budget for recycling and waste reduction: the annual expenses for trash removal and janitorial efforts. The paradigm shift requires considering the amount of money expended per year as the environmental or recycling budget and devising creative methods and processes to minimize impacts to the environment. Many organizational leaders are surprised to learn the potential cost avoidance or revenue generated from becoming more environmentally conscious. A nancial case study is discussed later in this section highlighting some of the typical bene ts. Economic bene ts from solid waste analysis and minimization can be achieved a variety of ways. The most common economic bene ts derived from solid waste minimization are listed below:
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