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Browning-Ferris Industries 1301 E. Alexis Phone: 729-2273 Toledo, OH 43614 Fax: 848-8100 Edelstein Recycling Center 1320 Lagrange Phone: 241-5274 Toledo, OH 43508 Fax: 241-2191 Lake Erie Recycling 1011 Malzinger Toledo, OH 43612 Omni Source 5000 N. Detroit Ave. Toledo, OH 43607 State Paper 1118 W. Central Ave. Toledo, OH 43610 Phone: 243-5567 Phone: 726-4446 Fax: 726-4808
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8.10.13 PROPOSED CHANGES TO CURRENT WASTE HANDLING PRACTICES
Given current observations from the waste composition in conjunction with the potential waste reduction gures, the waste disposal needs of the company should be evaluated from the standpoint of the capacity of its waste collection system.
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Since much of the company s disposal is done on an on-call basis, the hoppers are most likely full at disposal. It is critical that this practice remains in order to most economically dispose of material. However, scheduled pickups are generally less expensive than on-call pickups. This would require the company to adequately estimate frequency of pickup. Volumes should be monitored from time to time to ensure that the hoppers are full when serviced. Also consider negotiating scheduled pickups with the waste haulers and requiring them to note the percentage the hopper is full per pickup on the invoices. Also, investigation of source reduction and in-plant reuse of materials might provide the means to further reduce disposal costs. Currently, the company has three end-disposal receptacles (plus a collection of drums and OCC bales). The capacity requirements of these containers and alternatives for end-disposal receptacles are presented below.
1 Steel hopper OmniSource Corporation provides a 20-yd3 hopper for steel free of
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