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INTEGRATED WASTE PROGRAM Cost Analysis. CURRENT REVENUE FY 2011 - Residential Trash Pickup $9,102,918 - Pine Grove $ 220,973 - Granite Bluff $ 59,065 - Oxbow Meadows $ 1,678 - Commercial Stickers $ 63,232 - Downtown Bag Stickers $ 3,250

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slide2

CURRENT REVENUE

  • FY 2011
    • - Residential Trash Pickup $9,102,918
    • - Pine Grove $ 220,973
    • - Granite Bluff $ 59,065
    • - Oxbow Meadows $ 1,678
    • - Commercial Stickers $ 63,232
    • - Downtown Bag Stickers $ 3,250
    • - Veterinarian Stickers $ 2,225
    • Recycling $ 270,189
      • Total: $9,723,530
slide3

Cost of Pickup per Household

  • 2011
  • Solid Waste Collection $5,966,778
  • Recycling Collection $1,061,735
  • Subtotal $7,028,513
  • Equipment replacement: 10 vehicles/yr
  • 10 x $200K = $2,000,000
  • $9,028,513
    • - With 55,000 customers
      • $164.15/hh/yr or $13.68/hh/month
slide4

Cost of Landfill Operation per Household

Pine Grove $1,934,813

Oxbow Meadows $ 204,378

Granite Bluff $ 277,837

Subtotal $2,417,028

2 additional personnel $ 80,000

Equipment replacement $ 631,000

$3,128,028

divided by 55,000 hh customers = $56.87/hh/yr or

$4.74/hh/month

slide5

Infrastructure Value

Using Phase IV For Current Value

Land value $ 2,000,000

40 acres @ $50k

Construction Cost (est.) $ 4,400,000

Engineering & Permitting $ 50,000

Closure & Post (est.) $ 3.600,000

$10,050,000

Capacity roughly 1.9M CY

slide6

Infrastructure Value

  • Cont’d
  • 1,900,000 CY
  • - 475,000 CY (25% cover)
  • 1,425,000 CY usable capacity
  • 151,210 CY/yr - Current usage rate/putrescible
      • 9.4 years useful life at current usage rate
  • $10,050,000 divided by 1,425,000 cy = $7.05 /CY
  • $7.05 /CY x 1 CY/0.42 tons = $16.79/ton
slide7

Landfill Timeline

  • Satilla closure ($5.4M)
  • 2013 Build Phase IV – Pine Grove ($4.4M)
  • 2015 Start wetlands mitigation for C & D – Pine Grove
  • 2019 Start design of Phases V & VI – Pine Grove
  • (Approx: $100,000)
  • 2019 Oxbow Closure
  • 2023 Phase 1 – IV Closure – Pine Grove ($10M)
  • Need new C & D landfill – Pine Grove (unknown)
  • 2033 Granite Bluff Closure
  • Phase V & VI closure – Pine Grove ($5M)
slide8

2011 Tonnage By Type

Residential Commercial

Tons Tons

Putrescible 57,297 5,681

Inert

Granite Bluff 13,192 15,900

Oxbow Meadows 9,932 5,689

Construction

C & D -- 4,543

Special Handling -- 1,054

Total: 80,421 32,867

Total Tonnage: 113,288 tons/yr or 269,733 CY/yr

slide9

Disposal Costs

    • Operating Costs =
    • $3,128,028 divided by 113,288 tons/yr = $27.61/ton
    • - Infrastructure Value - Present $16.79/ton
  • Subtotal: $44.40/ton
    • - Infrastructure Value - Future $16.79/ton
  • Total: $61.19/ton
slide10

Residential Infrastructure Values

      • $7.05 /CY or $16.79 /Ton
  • 80,421 Tons/yr X $16.79/ton = $1,350,269/yr
  • divided by 55,000 hh = $ 24.55/hh/yr =
  • $2.05 /hh/month
slide11

Real Cost Per Month

For Residential Service

Collection $13.68

Landfill Operations $ 4.74

Infrastructure Value - Present $ 2.05

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Subtotal: $20.47/month

Infrastructure Value - Future $ 2.05

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Total: $22.52/hh/month

slide12

Real Costs - 2011

      • Recycling Center $ 138,422
  • Pick Up $9,028,513
  • Landfill Operations $3,128,028
  • Landfill Ownership - Current $1,902,106
  • Future $1,902,106
  • $15,960,753
  • 2011 Revenue - $9,723,530
  • Shortfall - $5,366,575
slide13

TERMINOLOGY

  • - PARTICIPATION RATE:
    • Number of households that recycle = roughly 55%
  • DIVERSION RATE
    • Amount collected that does not go into the landfill
      • Current
        • 12.8%
      • Goal by 2015
        • 40%
slide14

Diversion Rate

    • Currently only 3.9% of household waste by weight is
    • recycled or diverted
      • 2011 Tons
      • Household Waste 62,978
      • Recycling 2,482*
      • Inert Diverted 11,852*
      • Inert Landfilled 32,851
      • Construction 4,543
      • Tires 241*
      • Metal 130*
      • Total: 115,077
  • * Tons diverted 14,705
slide15

Savings From 40% Household Diversion/Recycling

  • - Cost Avoidance Value - Present and Future
  • 2 x $16.79/ton = $33.58 x 23,702 tons = $ 795,913
  • - Income For Recycling
  • Average - $56.74/ton x 23,702 tons = $1,344,851
  • $2,140,765
    • Average value of diversion - $90.32/ton
slide16

Value of Diversion Waste from Commercial Sources

    • - 40% Total Diversion means:
  • An additional
  • 22,329 tons x 33.58 =
  • $749,807 in Cost Avoidance
    • And a cost of roughly $300,000 more for grinding
    • contract.
slide18

RECOMMENDED ACTIONS

    • Landfill:
    • RA1 – Increase disposal fees at landfill
    • RA2 - Reduce/eliminate Saturday hours at landfills
      • RA3 - Eliminate residential limit - currently 2,000
      • lbs/day
      • RA4 - Review/revise chipper contract
    • Recycling:
      • RA5 - Increase number of recycling drop off sites
slide19

RECOMMENDED ACTIONS(Cont’d)

Pick Up:

RA6 - Increase fee for:

Biological waste disposal for vets

Commercial pickup rate

Downtown per bag fee

RA7 – Audit

Customer billing list using GIS

-Biological pickup from vets

-Business stickers

RA8 - Routing software

RA9 – Biodegradable bags for yard waste

slide20

RA1: INCREASED LANDFILL FEES

  • FOR CONSIDERATION
  • Current Recommended
  • Per Ton
  • 201320142015
  • Putrescible Waste $27.50 $32.50 $37.50 $42.50
  • Construction Waste $25.50 $32.50 $37.50 $42.50
  • Special Handling $45.00 $50.00 $55.00 $60.00
  • Metal $30.50 $30.50 $30.50 $30.50
  • Tires (5 per resident free) $110.00 $110.00 $110.00 $110.00
  • Yard waste $14.00 $24.00 $29.00 $34.00
slide21

RA2: Reduce Saturday Landfill Hours

Currently: Every Saturday 8 am to 3 pm

Pine Grove – all materials

Granite Bluff – inert materials

Cost: $117,340 annually for manpower, equipment

maintenance, electricity and fuel

- Revenue: $21,529

slide22

RA2: Reduce Saturday Landfill Hours(Cont’d)

    • Recommendation:
      • Open one Saturday per month 9 am to 1 pm
      • Pine Grove only at cost of $15,473/yr
      • Savings (electric & fuel): $25,957
      • Cost avoidance - Equipment maintenance: $35,910
      • Cost avoidance - Salary: $40,000*
      • Net savings - $101,867
    • *Will cover one of two needed positions at Pine Grove
slide23

RA3: Eliminate Resident Limits At Landfill

Currently:

Residents may drop off 2000 lbs free each day at inert

landfills

Staff cannot determine business or contractor waste

from residential

We already pick up everything at residents’ houses

If resident still chooses to take to landfill ½ ton pick up

truck load costs approximately $7 at $14/ton or $12 at

$24/ton

slide24

RA3: Eliminate Resident Limits At Landfill (Cont’d)

  • Recommendations:
    • Charge for everything that is brought to landfills
    • Estimated Revenue – assume 50% of quantity dumped free at this time
  • $ 14.00/ton$ 24.00/ton
    • -Granite Bluff $75,000 $128,570
    • -Oxbow Meadows $15,000$ 25,714
  • $90,000 $154,284
slide25

RA4: Review/Revise Chipper Contract

  • - Increase volume leaving landfill from 25% to 75% or
  • roughly 22,000 tons more
      • Cost at $13.50/ton = $448,500 total or $297,000 more
      • Cost at $13.00/ton - $286,000 more
  • - Cost avoidance –
    • $16.79/ton x 22,000 tons total =
  • Infrastructure value:
          • Current $369,380
          • Future: $369,380
          • Total: $738,760
slide26

RA5: More Recycling

  • Drop Off Points
  • - Currently: on 22nd Avenue
    • Emptied several times a day with forklift from recycling
    • center
    • Dumpsters for
      • Glass Cans
      • Plastics 1-7 Electronics
      • Cardboard Paper
    • Contributors from apartments, businesses, etc.
slide27

RA5: More Recycling Drop Off Points (Cont’d)

    • Proposed New Locations:
      • Cooper Creek Park,
      • Georgia Welcome Center, Williams Road
      • Sacerdote Lane near Schatulga Road Landfill
    • - Equipment Needed – at a cost of: $100,000
      • 8 Recycling Trailers
      • 1 Flat Bed for hauling
    • One full time position or two part time positions needed –
    • at a cost of: $40,000/yr
    • Total Cost: $140,000
    • Revenue: variable with market
slide28

RA6: COMMERCIAL STICKER PICKUP

Current

$178/year for each 32 gallon container off ROW

$125/year on ROW

Picked up twice weekly with residential trash

Recommend charging

On ROW: $240/yr for 2 cans and $120/yr for each add’l

Off ROW: $320/yr for 2 cans and $180/yr for each add’l

- Projected revenue increase approximately $35,000

slide29

RA6: Fee For Biological Waste Pick Up & Disposal

  • Animal Control officer picks up road kill and visits each
  • veterinarian office twice per week – more often upon request
  • Current Fee: $178/year or $1.85/pickup
  • Recommended Fee: $105/month or $1260/year
  • Special Pick ups: $50 each
  • Projected Revenue Increase: $18,300
  • Cost passed on to clients: $20 - $50
slide30

RA6: Downtown

  • Per Bag Fee
  • Picked up every night 6 days/week
      • Most bags do not have stickers
      • Educational effort needed
    • Currently charging $1.25/bag
    • 2013 2014 2016
      • $1.50 $1.75 $2.00
    • Projected Revenue: $1,300 increase each year
slide31

RA7: Audit Customer List

    • Household billing list
      • Ensure customers are being billed where we are
      • picking up
    • - Veterinarian biological waste pickup
    • - Commercial stickers – one 32 gal bin
      • Pick up with residential routes
      • Approximately 300 customers
slide32

RA8: ROUTING PROGRAM

Will

Balance routes

Reduce mileage

More efficient

Free up equipment and manpower to be reallocated

to other uses (recycling)

Cost: $80,000

- Purchase with recycling revenues or LOST technology funds

slide33
RA9: Biodegradable Bags For Yard Waste

- Current Situation

  • Plastic bags must be emptied and removed from the waste

stream

  • Average stop – 1.5 minutes

- With Biodegradable Bags

  • Average stop – 36 seconds
  • Cost of bags is approximately $0.38 each
  • Resources could be shifted to recycling

- Yard waste can also be placed in cans

- Requires ordinance change

- Realized benefits:

- Better for the environment!

slide34

THE 800 POUND GORILLA

      • Two proposals have been made:
        • Cut trash pick up to once per week
        • Increase fees
slide35

Cut Pick Up to

  • Once Per Week
      • Impacts pick ups but not the landfill
      • No change in the volume of trash
      • - Saves approximately $250,000
slide36

Increase Fees

    • - Various proposals have been made to increase fees
slide37

RECOMMENDATION

      • Adopt the 40% goal for diversion rate by 2015
      • Implement the nine recommended actions
      • 3. Allow time for results to be achieved
      • 4. Re-evaluate program status
      • 5. Make a decision about next steps