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Leveraging Partnerships to Prevent Supply Chain Waste. Justin Lehrer CRRA Annual Conference August 4, 2009. Origin of Campaign. Top 5 Materials From Businesses Going To Landfills Food waste Recyclable Paper Plastic Film Pallets & Unpainted Wood Uncoated Cardboard.

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Leveraging Partnerships to

Prevent Supply Chain Waste

Justin Lehrer

CRRA Annual Conference

August 4, 2009

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Origin of Campaign

  • Top 5 Materials From Businesses Going To Landfills
  • Food waste
  • Recyclable Paper
  • Plastic Film
  • Pallets & Unpainted Wood
  • Uncoated Cardboard
reusable packaging defined
Reusable Packaging: Defined
  • Products: Reusable pallets, hand-held containers, bulk containers, racks
  • Made of: Plastic, wood, metal and others
  • Services: Pooling, logistics, cleaning and asset tracking

Bulk Containers

Reusable Pallets

Hand-Held Containers

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Benefits to Customers

  • Reduce costs (waste & materials)
  • Improve efficiency
  • Improve worker safety/ergonomics
  • Improve Product protection
  • Longer useful life of packaging
  • Lasting operational change
  • Corporate citizenship & sustainability
use reusables campaign
Use Reusables Campaign

Increase business adoption:

    • The value of switching to reusable pallets and containers
    • Provide technical assistance
    • Drive Bay Area businesses to suppliers of these products
  • Partner/alliance with RPA
reusable packaging association
Reusable Packaging Association

A collaboration between supply chain partners who promote the value of reusable transport packaging across all industries as the preferred packaging solution.

  • Advocates the growth of reusable pallets and containers, regardless of material, in North America
  • Promotes the economic, environmental and safety benefits created by re-use;
  • Initiatives include legislative and regulatory actions; strategic alliances; standards, guidelines, and best practices; education and public awareness
our opportunity challenge
Our Opportunity & Challenge
  • Reusables are in early stages of adoption in many US industries
  • Potential impact is large and lasting
  • But complex system change requires time
  • Deciding factor is usually cost
target industries
Target Industries

Alameda County - greatest opportunities:

  • Wholesale/Retail (non food)
  • Manufacturing & Assembly (non food)
  • Food Production
  • Food Delivery
  • Scientific/Technical/Education
  • Medical Care
outreach activities
Outreach Activities

InterestedProspects

Outreach Activities:

Printed Collateral

Presentations

Website

PR Efforts

Direct Mail

Print Ads

eNewsletter

Local Awards

Partnerships

Workshop

Target Audience:

Wholesale/Retail (non food)

Manufacturing & Assembly (non food)

Food Production

Food Delivery

Scientific/Technical/Education

Medical Care

Viable Prospects

RPA

Appropriate “Resuables” suppliers and vendors

www usereusables com
www.UseReusables.com
  • Reusables Basics
  • Interactive Cost Comparison Calculator
  • Workshop Calendar
  • Additional Resources
workshops
Workshops
  • 6 completed

>130 organizations participated

  • Now working with external agencies to co-host
  • High level of interest from businesses as well as public agencies
    • Are “reusables” right for your organization?
    • Analyze the ROI – does it save money?
    • Benefits for making the switch
    • Case Studies (including local)
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Case Study:

Greenville Utilities

Application:

Storage of nuts, bolts, regulators and meters

  • Results:
  • Substantial time & money savings
  • No interruption of operations or product damage during natural disasters
  • Material protection
  • Secure stackability
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Case Study:

StopWaste.Org Office Move

Application:

Move into newly renovated 14,000 sq. ft. building

  • Results:
  • Prevented cardboard waste
  • Eliminated heavy lifting
  • Reduced plastic film waste
  • Increased moving truck capacity by 40%-50%
  • Cut greenhouse gas emissions
  • Cost competitive
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What’s Next

  • Increase Reusables adoption
    • Work with attendees to make the switch
    • Host more workshops, expand content
  • Extend the campaign regionally and beyond
    • EPA Funding
    • Partner with municipalities
      • Host a workshop / Suggest a venue
      • Promote to local businesses
questions
Questions?

Reusables@StopWaste.Org

marketing tactics
Marketing Tactics

Role of the StopWaste Partnership:

  • Serve as an initial, neutral contact for companies (prospects) trying to learn more about their options.
  • Assist all prospects with a preliminary (simple) evaluation.
  • Provide selective, targeted technical assistance to potential StopWaste Partnership clients, that might include:
    • Lead referrals.
    • Limited financial incentives.
    • Case study development.
    • Cost benefit analysis in some cases
    • Conducting onsite workshops and meetings.
marketing tactics18
Marketing Tactics

Role of the StopWaste Partnership

  • Refer the prospects to appropriate reusable manufacturers, consultants, etc.
  • Follow-up over the subsequent 24 months to monitor the progress and give further assistance if they are stuck.
understanding the opportunity
Understanding the Opportunity

Closed Loop Systems

Open Loop Systems

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Challenges with Returnables

  • Potential challenges to open pool RPC use:
    • Limited network of participating retailers
    • Product rejections at retail level – asset tracking
    • Pool management
      • Inventory turns
      • Pool accountability
      • Cooperating network
    • Freight cost implications, especially on asset collection
    • Seasonality of industry (e.g. Produce)
rpcc corporate members
RPCC Corporate Members
  • Avery Dennison User Advisors
  • Bruel * DUDA Farm Fresh Foods
  • CHEP * East Coast Seafood
  • Georgia-Pacific * John Deere
  • IFCO Systems * NACCO Material Handling
  • iGPS * Nestle Waters
  • IPL Products Ltd. * Seald Sweet
  • Kennedy Group * Tanimura & Antle
  • MACRO Plastics * Virginia Tech
  • Norseman Plastics * Wal*Mart Stores, Inc.
  • Numafa
  • ORBIS Corporation Cumulative Revenue (est.)
  • Otto Environmental Systems > $2 billion - RPCC-related
  • Polymer Logistics > $5 billion – N. American
  • Rehrig Pacific Company > $25 billion – global sales
  • Schoeller Arca Systems
  • TOSCA Ltd.
  • TriEnda
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What to Look For

  • Velocity: How many uses will one container make each year
    • More uses, the cost per use for the capital goes down
  • Consistency: The more steady the shipment pattern, the easier and cheaper to set up a reusable pool
  • How controlled is the supply chain:
    • How many different supply chain partners able to use returnable
    • Where are they located
    • Will they cooperate
  • How are you getting them back: What are the reverse logistics costs
  • Volume: Is there sufficient volume to make it worthwhile
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Environmental Benefits

  • Life Cycle Study* validates environmental impact of reusables:
  • Require 39% less energy
  • Produce 95% less total solid waste
  • Generate 29% less total GHG emissions
  • *Franklin October 2004 study: life cycle inventory of Reusable Plastic Container and Display-ready Corrugated Containers used for Fresh Produce Applications.
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When Should Reusable Packaging Be Considered?

A systematic, well-planned reusable packaging program makes sense for many types of applications, particularly those with the following:

  • High volumes of solid waste
  • Recurring product damage or risk of damage
  • Expensive expendable packaging or recurring single-use packaging costs
  • Under-utilized trailer space in transportation
  • Inefficient storage/warehouse space
  • Worker safety or ergonomic issues
  • Significant need for cleanliness/hygiene
  • Need for unitization
  • Multiple component parts or complicated assembly operations
  • Frequent trips