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  1. Recycling Funding Accessing Funds That Make It Happen

  2. Developing the Funding • The Basics • Grants • Partnerships • Direction and Future • Revenues

  3. Time for a little background… The Basics before we start…

  4. What is a Grant? Grants are non-repayable funds disbursed by one party (grant makers), often a government department, corporation, foundation or trust, to a recipient, often (but not always) a nonprofit entity, educational institution, business or an individual.

  5. Benefits of Grants • Reliable investment funding • Appropriate to organization’s mission • Credibility to organization and mission • Gives influence • Infrastructure creation • Resources of granting agency • Free press coverage for organization’s mission • Mission promotion


  6. Types of Grants • Research • Curriculum • Demonstration • Training • Unique • Equipment • Fellowships • Federal Laboratory Research • Pilot Projects

  7. Who Gives Money, Why? • Federal Agencies • State Agencies • Private Foundations • Corporations

  8. Types of Funding Grant - Assistance • Purpose is to transfer money, property, services, or anything of value to recipient in order to accomplish a public purpose • No substantial involvement is anticipated between the sponsor and the recipient Cooperative Agreement - Assistance • Substantial involvement between sponsor and recipient Contract - Procurement • Acquire property or services for direct benefit or use of the funding source

  9. Moving towards a common goal… Partnerships

  10. What is a Partnership? • Partnerships take many forms: • Solid Waste Region • Part 9 Authority (Public Solid Waste Corporation) • County – County • County – Municipality • Local Government – Private Sector • Private Company – Private Company • Multi Region • Cooperative marketing

  11. Forms of Partnership • Specialized Efforts • Eliminate Empty Return Loads • Leverages the strengths of each partner • Marketing • Cost sharing • Promotion Essentially creates a “Win-Win” situation for participants

  12. New Focus - Hub and Spoke Partnerships • A special partnership defined as • A central processing “hub” • Two or more collection “spokes” • Hubs (center of the wheel) primary function is to achieve the economy of scale and process material • Spokes primary function is collection • By specializing in function, economy of scale can be achieved. • Economic partnerships as opposed to a statutory partnership (Region)

  13. Benefits of Hub and Spoke… • Cost Effective • Economics – Higher Load Value • Focused Approach – Collection or Processing • Economy of Scale • Avoid Duplication of Equipment • Leverages Resources of Participants • Transportation Savings

  14. TN Hub and Spoke Systems

  15. Example of The End Goal

  16. Moving to the Future • Increase inter-government participation • Increase solid waste planning and coordination • Solid Waste Region/Part 9 Authority Board • Annual Progress Report (Thinking ahead) • Resolutions laying out participation (not support) • Stressing the basic commodities • Paper/Fiber, Plastics, Metals, Glass • Goal oriented – Increased Production, Expansion, Capture Rate Improvements

  17. The Future and Direction … SWM Grant Program

  18. economic development impact per 10,000 tons of additional diversion – single stream CAPITAL INVESTMENT Collection trucks: 10 @ $225,000 each = $2.25 million. Initial investment amortized over 8 years. Carts: @ $50/95 gallon cart, estimated 50,000 carts needed per 10,000 tons, amortized over 5 years. MRF Infrastructure: Building amortized over 20 years, equipment over 10. Avoided Disposal: Residential disposal cost estimate based on $38.71/ton tipping fee. Material Value: total value based on % of material mix for 10,000 tons, based on % composition from material value chart. Jobs data from Institute for Local Self Reliance (jobs per 10,000 TPY) – based on single stream mix. Collection Trucks Carts MRF Infrastructure $281,250 $500,000 $400,000 $1,181,250 MARKET EFFICIENCIES Avoided Disposal Material Value $350,000 $1,510,200 $1,860,200 JOBS Material Collection MRF Operations Plastic Manufacturing Glass Manufacturing Paper Mills Recycling-Based Manufacturers 10 10 9 4 10 25 68

  19. TDEC SWM Grants and Rebates • Old Closed Landfills • Recycling Equipment • Recycling Hub and Spoke • Recycling Rebate • Tire Recycling Grants • Unpermitted Tire Sites Clean-up • Used Oil It’s Not enough to meet the need… Where then?

  20. Paying it forward Revenues

  21. Revenues

  22. Disposal Gold Mine • Disposal in TN 2012 - 7,036,427 tons • Class I 5,606,465 tons • Class III/IV 1,429,962 tons • Average Disposal Costs - $38.71/ton • Est. Statewide Disposal Cost- $217,023,260 • Missed Opportunity Value on MSW • Estimated Dollar Value ($100/ton) - $420,484,875 • Job Value(1.68 Jobs/1,000 tons) – 7,064 • Tax Value ($3,160/1,000 tons) $13,287,326 • Personal Income Value ($77,000/1,000 tons)- $323,773,450

  23. Recycling • Total Tons Recycled - 2,297,697 tons • C & D Recycling 137,661 tons • Value of Recyclables • Estimated Dollar Value ($100/ton) - $229,669,700 • Job Value (1.68 Jobs/1,000 tons) – 3,858 • Tax Value ($3,160/1,000 tons) - $7,257,572 • Personal Income Value ($77,000/1,000 tons) - $176,845,900 • Costs Avoided - $88,905,140

  24. Other Agency Grants • Federal Grants – • Environmental Protection Agency • Department of Energy • USDA Rural Development Grants • State Grants • Economic and Community Development • TN Department of Transportation • Private Agency Grants • Industry specific grants

  25. Two Quotes to Leave You With: • Pollution <Garbage> is nothing but the resources we are not harvesting. We allow them to disperse because we've been ignorant of their value. --R. Buckminster Fuller

  26. We are not to throw away those things which can benefit our neighbor. Goods are called good because they can be used for good: they are instruments for good, in the hands of those who use them properly. -- Clement of Alexandria (150?-220?)

  27. Contact Information Larry Christley, Program Manager Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation Division of Solid Waste Management Planning and Financial Assistance William R. Snodgrass Tennessee Tower 312 Rosa L. Parks Avenue, 14th Floor Nashville, Tennessee 37243 Phone: 615-532-0074 Larry.Christley@tn.gov http://www.tn.gov/recycle