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Purchasing Changes 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
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increase the manufacturer s revenue for the waste stream. Currently, direct and indirect labor personnel put OCC in trash containers throughout the plant. Large wooden or metal gaylords could be placed next to the trash containers to collect OCC. Material handlers could then take the OCC to the baling area on a regular basis, such as once
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WASTE HANDLING OPTIONS FOR THE 11 MAJOR WASTE
POUNDS/YEAR GENERATED
WASTE HANDLING OPTIONS
1. Uncoated lead 2. OCC* 3. Polypropylene battery components 4. Paper 5. Floor sweepings 6. Oxide inserts 7. Wood 8. Paper towels 9. Food waste 10. Label backing 11. Metal banding
437,456 1,036,854 103,432 137,338 91,052 84,514 79,474 61,020 44,636 34,562 31,535
Smelter if hazardous Currently recycled Recyclable Recyclable Smelter if hazardous Smelter if hazardous Recyclable Reducible Nonrecyclable Possibly recyclable Recyclable
per shift or daily. An analysis of the available oor space for the gaylord and the OCC generation rate would have to be conducted in order to determine the best process. OCC prices are quoted per ton. Prices vary greatly by region and service provider. Lake Erie Recycling pays the manufacturer market value. According to Recycling Times, September 29 Markets Page, the current rate for OCC in this area is $15.00 to $90.00. Therefore, up to an additional $10,243 in revenue could be achieved by the manufacturer. This number does not include any potential cost savings resulting in the diversion of OCC waste from the compactor waste stream.
8.10.3 BATTERY CASES AND BUTTONS
The company annually disposes of about 52 tons of polypropylene from discarded battery cases and buttons. This gure is based on the trash sorts performed by the waste assessment team and equates to 8667 lb per month. A breakout of the nonhazardous polypropylene components found in the waste stream is shown in the following table. This plastic could be ground and recycled for revenue. This plastic, in the form of grind or ake, could be sold to the company s Kentucky plant at $0.30 per pound thereby generating revenue of $31,003 per year. Costs would be cut for the overall corporation, since utilizing the reground plastic would reduce the virgin plastic purchasing costs. Table 8.11 is a cost-bene t analysis for purchasing a grinder and operating it in-house. The waste assessment team used a gure for discarded polypropylene of 5497 lb per month rather than the 8667 lb per month found from trash sorts. This gure was found on the recycling processor receipts and was used in order to be conservative in the analysis.
CASE STUDY MAJOR WASTE STREAMS
TABLE 8.10
SAMPLE LIST OF SMELTER VENDORS
Louis Padnos Iron & Metal Co. P.O. Box 1979 Holland, MI 49422-1989 Phone: (616) 396-6521 Fax: (616) 396-7789 Web: www.macatawa.org/~padnos Northern Mountain State Metals, Inc. 1823 Morgantown Ave. Fairmont, WV 23554 Phone: (304) 367-1207 Fax: (304) 367-1208 Web: www.mountain.net/~nmsm A & B Recycling 212 First Street Ft. Oglethorpe, Georgia 30742 Phone: (708) 866-7098 Fax: (708) 866-7068 American Waste Transport & Recycling, Inc. 421 Jamaica Dr. Cherry Hill, NJ 08002 Phone: (800) 673-7998 Fax: (609) 985-1778 Web: www.amwaste.com/#lead Edelstein Recyclers 1320 Lagrange Toledo, OH 43608 Phone: (419) 241-5274 Fax: (419) 241-2191 R. J. Brown Phone: (419) 241-5274 Environmental Recyclers Phone: (419) 269-1443
Contact: Bob Klink Provide transportation, recycle, and disposal of lead and lead contaminated materials. Can accommodate necessary quantities Contact: Tim Gooch
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