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Stanislaus County

Food Processing

By-Product Program

Presented by

Sonya Harrigfeld

Interim Director - DER

December 2004

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an overview of the food processing by product use program
An Overview of the Food Processing By-Product Use Program
  • Three Distinct Uses –
  • Direct Feed
  • Dehydration
  • Land Application
late 1970 s
Late 1970’s
  • Regulations were Implemented That
  • Eliminated Landfilling of Food
  • Processing By-Products
  • It was not apparent how 300,000
  • Annual Tons of These By-Products
  • Were Going to be Handled
  • Uncontrolled Dumping Would Surely
  • be a Problem, so…
in 1978
In 1978

A Partnership Was Formed –

  • Food Processing Industry
  • By-Product Haulers
  • Agricultural Community
  • Stanislaus County
food processing by products
Food Processing By-Products
  • Cull Tomatoes
  • Cull Peaches
  • Cull Pears
  • Culls of other Fruits and Vegetables
  • Skins, Seeds, and Stems
  • Other Organic Material
food processing by products6
Food Processing By-Products
  • Cull Tomatoes
  • Cull Peaches
  • Cull Pears
  • Culls of other Fruits and Vegetables
  • Skins, Seeds, and Stems
  • Other Organic Material
permit requires plan of operation
Permit Requires Plan of Operation
  • 24-Hour Contact Information
  • Written Notice to Adjacent Property Owners
  • Detailed Site Map
  • Origin and Types of By-Products to be Received
  • Detailed Description of Use of By-Products
  • Detailed Description of How Nuisances will be Prevented
inspections
Inspections
  • Once or Twice Weekly During the Season
  • On-Site Supervision?
  • Delivery Records Current?
  • Frequency and Depth of Application?
  • Flies and Vectors?
  • Odor Problems?
  • Standing Water?
15 permitted sites average 300 000 tons year
15 Permitted Sites Average 300,000 tons/year
  • Direct Feed (12)
  • Spread and Dehydrate (1)
  • Land Application or Spread and Disc (2)
annual permit renewal
Annual Permit Renewal
  • Performance Evaluated Annually
    • Did the Operator Maintain Compliance with their “Plan of Operation?”
    • Did the Operator Create Any Nuisances?
    • Were There Any Complaints?
continuous program review and evaluation
Continuous Program Review and Evaluation
  • Bi-Annual Meetings With Partners for Program Feedback
  • How Can Program Be Improved?
  • Implementation of Recommendations
  • Surveillance: Un-Permitted Sites?
since 1978
Since 1978
  • Over 6 Million Tons of

By-Products Recycled

valuable program
Valuable Program
  • County

•Diversion Credit to City of Modesto

and Regional Solid Waste Planning Agency

  • Food Processing Industry

• Cost-Effective Recycling Alternative to Disposal

  • By-Product Users

• Alternative Livestock Feed

• Organic Soil Supplement

• Alternative to Commercial Fertilizer

food processing by product use program
Food Processing By-Product Use Program

Difficult Waste

Valuable Organic Commodity

food processing by products use program
Food Processing By-Products Use Program
  • Beneficial Uses of By-Products
  • Keeps Our Food Industry Competitive
  • Identifies and Monitors Participants
  • Identifies all Use Sites
  • Self-Supporting, Fee Based