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The survey instrument developed for this research was pretested to gather feedback and critique before the nalized survey was mailed. The survey was pretested on a group of 15 industrial contacts and members of the Working Council for Employee Involvement (WCEI) recycling committee. The WCEI recycling Committee consists of environmental representatives from 28 Northwest Ohio corporations. The survey was sent to each previously contacted member requesting he or she complete the survey and provide positive and negative feedback on
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#_____ Recycling at Your Facility Please identify the tons per year of each of the following materials recycled at your facility.
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Materials Recycled Aluminum 1. Foil/sheet 2. Cans 3. Other Aerosol cans Ash (including fly ash) Batteries 1. Lead acid 2. Other Concrete Fabric Gas/oily rags Glass 1. Brown/amber 2. Clear 3. Other (specify below) _________________ Lamps (bulbs and ballasts) Metals 1. Ferrous 2. Nonferrous (excluding aluminum) Paint
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Materials Recycled Paper 1. Newspaper 2. Office 3. Computer 4. Mixed 5. Corrugated containers (cardboard) 6. Other (specify below) _________ ________ Plastics (including shrink wrap) 1. PETE 2. HDPE 3. Vinyl (PVC) 4. LDPE 5. Polypropylene 6. Polystyrene 7. Other (specify below) _________________ Rubber Sludge/waste water Stone/clay/sand Used oil Wood
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If any other materials are recycled at your facility, please enter in the table below the material and annual tonnage recycled: Other Material Recycled Tons per Year
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Upon completion, please return this survey in the self-addresses stamped envelope. Thank you for your help in this survey !
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a separate sheet. The main points emphasized from the feedback and integrated into the nalized survey were
Added more space for respondents to enter information. Added an additional comments section. Several respondents noted that for large corporations, dif culty might arise in deter-
mining annual sales and pro ts. Several respondents noted con dentially issues might reduce the sales and waste disposal costs information from being released by respondents. Before mailing, the survey was also reviewed by Mr. James Walters, manager of the Lucas County Solid Waste District. Mr. Walters is one of the top solid waste management leaders in the United States. He spent over 20 years in the automobilemanufacturing industry in the eld of waste management. Mr. Walters suggested several value-added changes to the survey and gave it his approval as a useful and effective tool to collect information.
14.3.5 DISTRIBUTION
As discussed in the sampling methodology section, an ordered list and a random number generator were used to select companies that would receive a survey. An ordered list of companies in each business group was compiled and a random number generator (Microsoft Excel) was applied to select the required companies for each SIC code business grouping. Each selected company was contacted by phone, fax, or e-mail to determine if they were willing to participate in the survey. This method was used to increase the response rate. Surveys were also sent to the researcher s industrial contacts to increase response rate. The companies willing to participate were asked their contact information and mailed the survey. Companies declining to participate were deleted from the ordered list and the random number generator was rerun to achieve the required sample size for each business group. These companies were contacted by phone, fax, or e-mail and asked if they were willing to participate in the survey. This process was iterated until all 1500 surveys were mailed proportionality to each SIC code group.
14.4 Data Collection Results and Discussion
Over 4100 businesspersons were contacted via phone, fax, or e-mail to participate in the survey. Most were contacted by phone (75 percent), followed by e-mail (20 percent) and fax (5 percent). Of that total, approximately 35 percent agreed to participate in the survey and 65 percent declined or did not return phone calls or e-mails. A total of 1500 surveys were mailed to companies and 438 were returned properly completed, from 65 of the
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