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8.11.2 OBTAINING FUNDING
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Many waste reduction alternatives involve cost savings via cost reductions and process ef ciencies, not the generation of additional revenue. This can pose a problem for the waste minimization team if they are competing with a limited amount of capital funds to support the proposed alternatives. If the organization is more focused on the creation of future revenues, cost savings projects may not get the same attention. To remedy this, an understanding of the approval authority for capital projects within the organization can be a big help in determining the best route to seek funds. For example, within larger organizations, smaller projects within a $5000 to $10,000 range can generally be approved by a local manager whereas larger projects (over $10,000) must be approved at a regional or vice president level.
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STEP 8: DOCUMENTATION AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE DEPLOYMENT PLAN
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Oftentimes, organizations evaluate projects via a committee. An understanding of who is on this committee and the process that they use to rate projects can help to maximize the alternatives chances for success. Meeting with the committee members and discussing the merits of the project in order to gather their initial feedback can go a long way in improving the submission to the committee. Some key selling points to the committee may include
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Even when a project promises a high internal rate of return, some organizations will have dif culty raising funds internally for the initial investment. In this case, the organization should examine options for external funding. The two options generally considered are private sector funding and government assisted funding. Private sector funding includes bank loans. Government funding may be available in some cases. It is usually worthwhile to contact the state s Department of Commerce or the federal small business administration for information regarding loans for pollution prevention or waste reduction projects. Some states can provide technical and nancial assistance as well. For example, in Ohio, the Department of Natural Resources has historically sponsored grants to private companies to reduce waste. Other potential government contacts include
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This section provides an in-depth discussion of the contents of the deployment plan. One of the most important components of the plan is the cover sheet, which contains the of cial signatures of the executive management team indicating full approval of the deployment plan.
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In addition to the of cial approvals, the cover page should include the company name, the title of the program (such as The Solid Waste Minimization Deployment Plan ), the date the report was written, and the author or department that created the report. If the organization uses specialized tracking or identi cation numbers for projects, these should be included too.
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This section provides the purpose, business context, and project summary in an executive summary format. It identi es the purpose of the deployment plan and its intended audience, describes the business processes that will be modi ed as a result of the deployment, and provides a summary of the plan. It also includes an overview of activities necessary to get the program launched into the business environment such as installation, con guration, and initial operational activities. It also includes details regarding the location that the assessment was conducted, the dates that it was conducted, the names of the individuals conducting the audit, and a map of the facility.
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