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PLANNING for RECYCLING . Carolina Recycling Association April 11, 2013 April 22, 2013. WHY PLAN for RECYCLING?. Develop Strategy For Reaching Goals Assess Infrastructure Needs Assess Financial Needs. GOALS by 2020. PLANNING PROCESS. Inventory and Assessment.

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planning for recycling

PLANNING for RECYCLING

Carolina Recycling Association

April 11, 2013

April 22, 2013

why plan for recycling
WHY PLAN for RECYCLING?

Develop Strategy For Reaching Goals

Assess Infrastructure Needs

Assess Financial Needs

planning process
PLANNING PROCESS

Inventory and Assessment

  • What does the current system look like?
  • What are its strengths and weaknesses?

Needs and Goals

  • Where does community want to be in x years?
  • What is needed to get from current system to future vision?

Implementation Strategy

  • How will community get from here to there?
  • Who will be responsible for doing what and by when?
  • How much will it cost and where will the money come from?
program components

PROGRAM COMPONENTS

Materials

Collection

Markets

program considerations
Barriers

Education

Incentives

PROGRAM CONSIDERATIONS
materials to address
MATERIALS to ADDRESS

Cooking oil

Oil filters

Paint (latex)

Plastic (bottles/jars)

Textiles

Tires

White Goods/Appliances

Yard Trimmings

Aluminum Cans

Steel Cans

Corrugated Cardboard

Glass (bottles & jars)

Magazines

Metal (scrap)

Motor oil bottles

Newspapers

Office Paper

banned items

BANNED ITEMS

E-Scrap

White GoodsLead-acid BatteriesYard Trimmings

Tires Used Motor Oil

household hazardous materials
HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS MATERIALS

Paint

Pesticides

Solvents

Antifreeze

Lead-acid Batteries

trends in recycling
TRENDS IN RECYCLING

“Zero” waste

Single stream

3-stream: refuse, recyclables, organics

Non-traditional recyclables

Extended Producer Responsibility

Recycling on the Go

measure and adjust

Reduction In Disposal

  • Increase In Tons Recycled
  • Recycling Rate
  • Participation Rate
  • Cost Per Ton
  • Recyclables Still Disposed
  • Achievement Of Other Goals Established
MEASURE AND ADJUST
essentials
ESSENTIALS

Clearly Convey Intent

20-year Planning Period

Include Data To Support Positions

Explain The Revision Mechanism

plan contents

Plan Contents

Current Generation

Projected Generation

Existing Capacity

Management Options

Future Facility Needs

Actions Needed

Projected Costs

essentials1

Clearly Convey Intent

20-year Planning Period

Include Data To Support Positions

Explain The Revision Mechanism

Essentials
plan development
PLAN DEVELOPMENT

Follow Local Procedures

Document Process

Include Cities and Towns

Allow Public Participation

state plan revision 2013 target

STATE PLAN REVISION2013 Target

Projections

Annual Reports As Updates

Update Goals

Recommend Strategies

state plan revision
STATE PLAN REVISION

Public Comment

Opportunity for Input