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Organizations can save money by diverting solid waste streams from the land ll back to the company through reuse or to an off-site recycler. The monetary savings are derived from no longer paying a waste hauler to remove the trash and dispose of it at the land ll. Recycling revenue. Substantial additional revenue can be earned by selling recyclables to third-party processors or recycling commodity brokers. For example, 1 ton of baled cardboard sells for $100 to $180 on the market. Reduced raw material costs. When an organization is able to utilize in-process or on-site recycling they reduce their raw material needs directly by replacing virgin material purchases with in-house scrap, rework, or process by-products. Reduced energy costs. By reducing the amount of materials within a facility through reduction and reuse, material-handling costs can be minimized. Increased sales. Many consumers and businesses look favorably on organizations that are environmentally conscious and purchase products or services from them. Increased productivity. As workers are engaged in efforts that they see as meaningful, many of them take pride and put additional efforts into their work. In addition, absenteeism may reduce as well.
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The following case study highlights several typical nancial bene ts associated with waste minimization. This case study involves an automobile battery manufacturer that
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employs 430 employees and produces approximately 20,000 batteries per day. At the time of the study the company was recycling over 76 percent of its solid waste. The solid waste minimization audit found that an additional 221 tons of solid waste could be recycled per year, saving the company over $62,000 annually. Table 1.1 highlights the existing recycling and the savings by waste stream.
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The waste minimization and analysis process presented in this book is based on the systems approach. The systems approach is a problem-solving philosophy that focuses on a holistic view of an organization by analyzing the linkages and interactions between the elements that comprise the entire system. A system is de ned as a group of interacting, interrelated, or interdependent elements forming a complex whole coordinated to achieve a stated purpose or goal. The systems approach is a framework that is based on the belief that the component parts of a system will act differently when the system s relationships are removed and it is viewed in isolation. The only way to fully understand why a problem or element occurs and persists is to understand the part in relation to the whole. From a macro view, a system is comprised of inputs, processes, and outputs all revolving around accomplishing a given goal or goals. The de nition and clear understanding of this goal are critical to de ning the system in terms of its processes, required inputs, and desired outputs. For example, there will be very different systems for an organization that produces automobiles versus an organization that provides heath-care services. The key bene t of the systems approach to solid waste management is that it addresses the solid waste problem from a business standpoint, consistently focusing on the organization s goals, and confronting the problem at every stage of the supply chain. Traditional approaches tend to only address the issue of solid waste at the end of the process, when determining how to cost-effectively remove the waste from the facility. Many organizations also manage trash removal and recycling as compartmentalized problems that are managed separately from their core processes and often handled primarily though the accounting departments. The central issue with this traditional approach is that by focusing on these individual outcomes, overall system optimization cannot be achieved. The systems approach confronts the issue at all phases of the supply chain, from procuring raw materials to designing environmentally friendly processes that reduce solid waste. To that end, the complete life cycle of the product and process is analyzed for potential environmental improvements, not just the waste left over at the end of the day. Areas such as raw material wastes, scrap rates, material-handling wastes (cardboard), and end-use disposal are examined and will be covered in this book. Figure 1.2 provides an overview of the system as it relates to business processes and waste reduction. De ning the terms of a system will provide additional insights into the interactions and relationships as they relate to solid waste analysis and minimization.
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