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Equipment Purchases or Modifications Step 4: Cost analysis Machine costs Machine cost Site development Material costs Building modification costs Permit and inspection costs Contractor fees Start-up costs Initial training costs Operating expenses Utility cost impacts Input material changes Labor cost impacts Supervision cost impacts Maintenance cost impacts Operating and maintenance supply impacts Changes in overhead costs Operating savings and revenue Reduced solid waste disposal costs Revenues from increased sale of recyclable material Revenues from the sale of by-products Life of machine or product (whichever is shorter) Total initial investment Annual operating savings Payback period Net present value (NPV) Internal rate of return (IRR) Organization minimum attractive rate of return (MARR) Companies to purchase recycled material $ per ton Exchange options Step 5: Feedback analysis Feedback from operators Feedback from management Feedback from maintenance Feedback from finance $ $ $ $
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THE GENERAL APPROACH FOR A SOLID WASTE ASSESSMENT
Waste Minimization Alternative Feasibility Analysis Worksheet B
Raw Material or Modifications The purpose of this worksheet is to evaluate the feasibility of alternatives that have passed the screening process. All grayed boxes should be completed before completing the Approval Process in Step 6. Company name: ___________ ________________________________ Location: ________________________________________________ Date: ___________________________________________________ Alternative description:_____________________________________ _ Alternative tracking number: _______________________________ __ Step 1: Estimate annual waste reduction (tons per year) and attach supporting documents Current annual disposal costs Step 2: Attach process flowcharts that generate waste stream Step 3: Feasibility analysis Technical Does the material exist and is available Compatibility with current work processes and material handling Operational Labor impacts (additional work hours) Supervisory needs Maintenance needs Productivity impacts Safety concerns and impacts Product quality impact Additional labor requirements Organizational Impact on sales Impact on marketing Impact on employee morale Impact on corporate image Impact on supply chain $ material tons/year cy/year
PASS
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leadership team to indicate review and acceptance. Continuing with the case study, the following list shows alternative evaluations that were selected with accompanying data. Also included are
The cost analyses A list of accepted recycling strategies An overview of nonrecyclable items Proposed changes to waste handling practices Suggestions to the of ce paper-recycling program Corporate waste minimization strategy
8.9 Case Study Potential Recycling Strategies
The waste assessment team has identi ed 11 major waste streams produced by the manufacturer. Of these 11 streams, 8 of the streams are potentially recyclable. At present, two of these waste streams are being recycled. These major streams are the old
CASE STUDY POTENTIAL RECYCLING STRATEGIES
Waste Minimization Alternative Feasibility Analysis Worksheet B (Page 2 of 2)
Raw Material or Modifications Step 4: Cost analysis New material costs Previous material cost per load New material cost per load Material cost differential Annual loads purchased Annual material cost differential Operating expenses Utility cost impacts Labor cost impacts Supervision cost impacts Maintenance cost impacts Operating and maintenance supply impacts Changes in overhead costs Operating savings and revenue Reduced solid waste disposal costs Revenues from increased sale of recyclable material Revenues from the sale of by products Total initial investment Annual operating savings Payback period Net present value (NPV) Internal rate of return (IRR) Organization minimum attractive rate of return (MARR) Companies to purchase recycled material $ per ton Exchange options Step 5: Feedback analysis Feedback from operators Feedback from management Feedback from maintenance Feedback from finance
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Step 6: Approval Waste minimization team leader Manager, maintenance Manager, operations Manager, finance CEO name name name name name date date date date date
Feasibility analysis worksheet B page 2 of 2.
corrugated cardboard and the mixed of ce paper. By separating the potentially recyclable material from the waste stream, the company could signi cantly reduce both the amount of material going to the land ll as well as disposal costs. The following sections provide alternatives for dealing with the recyclable materials not currently recycled. The 11 major waste streams are mentioned in Table 8.9:
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