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materials are packaged in 55-gallon steel drums before being transported to the smelter. The drums are piled up outside the rear of the building and are then taken in truckloads to the smelter. The Horwitz & Pintis Company supplies the drums. Additional steel drum suppliers are listed below. From visual inspections made during walkthrough, it was found that nonhazardous and hazardous materials are incorrectly disposed of in inappropriate containers. A large percentage of apparently nonhazardous materials were found in hazardous waste containers. This material could be disposed of more economically in the general trash since the waste assessment team assumes that it costs the manufacturer more to dispose waste via the independent waste hauler. Further research should be conducted to determine which materials actually need to be disposed of through the smelter.
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8.10.14 IMPLEMENTING A SUCCESSFUL OFFICE-PAPER RECYCLING PROGRAM
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The company generates approximately 137,338 lb of nonhazardous paper waste annually and receives no revenue from recycling it. Therefore, it would be pro table to nd a way to reduce the amount of paper generated from the facility and a way to recycle it for revenue. Of the 137,338 lb of nonhazardous paper disposed annually, 95,184 lb are paper plus mixed of ce paper (MOP). In addition, there is also a signi cant amount of computer printout (CPO). Under the current arrangement, this paper waste, along with all other types of paper, is hauled by the waste hauler to a land ll, and no revenue from recycling is received. This translates to approximately $5446 per year in paper-disposal costs. Calculations for this gure are shown in Table 8.18. Table 8.19 illustrates the potential annual revenue by instituting a paper-recycling program. The company began an of ce-paper recycling program about 1 year ago. BFI collects toters of mixed of ce paper for a total of $10 per month. No revenue is achieved in this program. Also, BFI believes that less than 3000 lb of mixed of ce paper is collected per month. If the company were to step-up the paper-recycling program, not
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TABLE 8.18 ANNUAL COST OF PAPER DISPOSAL
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Total paper disposed of per year Size of BFI compactor Cost per pull Hopper rental cost per month Approximate paper density Total paper disposed of per month Resultant annual cost
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137,338 lb 42 yd3 $297.93 $118.45 250 lb/yd3 45.8 yd3 $5446
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CASE STUDY MAJOR WASTE STREAMS
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TABLE 8.19
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ESTIMATED POTENTIAL REVENUE FROM PAPER RECYCLING *CURRENT MARKET PRICE (PER TON) (MINIMUM) *CURRENT MARKET PRICE (PER TON) (MAXIMUM)
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MATERIAL STREAM
ANNUAL RECYCLED (LB)
POTENTIAL ANNUAL REVENUE
Paper plus MOP Computer printout
95,184 14,126
$0.00 $80.00
$30.00 $110.00
$1427.76 $776.93 $2,204.69
Total estimated revenue
only could they achieve potential revenue from the sale of the paper, but they would also cut disposal costs.
8.10.15 OFFICE-PAPER RECYCLING PROGRAM
An easy and cost-effective program that can be established in any business is an of ce-paper recycling program. Paper is relatively easy to collect but requires a cooperative effort in order to lower costs through proper waste management. A successful of ce-paper recycling program can provide a stimulus for a company s future efforts in the minimization of other costly waste materials such as wood, cardboard, and production waste. The following is an outline for instituting an of ce-paper recycling program at the company.
1 Identify an of ce recycling leader When establishing a new paper-recycling
program, it is important to pick employees on a volunteer basis to lead the recycling program. This person is responsible for talking to coworkers about proper locations for different types of papers, identifying the kinds of paper that can be recycled in these containers, and concerns about the program. A union workplace should encourage union workers to get involved in this position.
2 Contact vendors
Recycling vendors should be contacted to solicit current prices for the items in Table 8.20.
The recycling leader should decide which products the manufacturer should segregate. This should be based on estimates of which materials are generated in quantities worth segregating. We recommend that the manufacturer segregate of ce paper into three categories, if possible: white ledger, computer printout (CPO), and mixed of ce paper (MOP). These categories will supply the highest return on investment.
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