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  1. ABDA Training Module 4: Depot Training

  2. Contents • Basic Sorting – ABCRC • ISB packaging and pallet stacking • BCMB Database • CVR Form • ABCRC Audit Process • Progressive Action Policy

  3. Basic Sorting - ABCRC • Aluminum Cans • PET • HDPE • Glass • Bi-Metal

  4. Basic Sorting – (cont.) • Paperboard / Gabletop • Tetra Brik • Drink Pouches • Other Plastics (for 0-1L, contains PET Color, all HDPE, polypropylene, and #3, #6, #7 plastics, for >1L, contains PET color, HDPE color, polypropylene and #3, #6, #7 plastics)

  5. Schedule A (from ABDA-ABCRC Service Agreement)

  6. Clear vs Color PET/HDPE • Threshold is the light-blue Dasani Bottle

  7. ISB packing • ISBs can be packed in existing packaging, or packed into “repack” trays. All bottles must be checked for damage and removed if chipped or broken.

  8. Other Containers • There are three other types of bottles that go to BDL: Sleeman, Steamwhistle and Tree Brewery • You are also required to purchase broken ISBs, provided they do not pose a safety risk to you or your staff • These containers must be added as an extra layer on top of your pallet

  9. Pallet Building • Each layer should have the opposite configuration as the layer underneath. • Depots are expected to stack 7 layers per pallet unless agreed to with BDL

  10. Finishing off the Pallet • Affix the label onto the narrow side of the pallet • Secure the top and middle layers with twine or plastic string

  11. BCMB Database • Tool for checking which beverage containers are registered • http://breg.bcmb.ab.ca/ username : depot password : collection

  12. BCMB Database (cont.) • Full instructions can be found in the E-Access Guide, which can be found on the AlbertaDepot.ca Depot section

  13. Container Validation Request Form (CVR Form) • Formerly known as suspicious container form • Used to identify unregistered containers • Concern is about large loads of containers from Out of Province, direct from Manufacturer or without deposit paid • Fill out even if customer leaves, and send to BCMB • BCMB will alert Depots in the area

  14. CVR (cont.)

  15. CVR (cont.)

  16. ABCRC Audit Process • 3 types of Audits • Random/Random • Computer-generated audit • Non-Depot specific • Used to measure performance of the system • Cannot be used to extrapolate • Target/Random • Computer-generated audits • Can be Depot specific • Used to measure performance of a Depot • Can be used to extrapolate on entire load • Target/Target • Employee-generated audit • Non-depot specific • Used to verify count in a specific bag • Cannot be used to extrapolate

  17. ABCRC Audit Process (cont.) • 2 Methodologies • Manual Counts • Containers thrown down large tubes with counting mechanism at the bottom one by one • Mis-sorted containers removed and kept aside INSERT VIDEO

  18. ABCRC Audit Process (cont.) • Automated Counts (Aluminum Cans only) • Containers loaded into an AnkerAnderson counting machine • Crushed containers put down chutes (similar to manual counts) • Mis-sorted containers removed and kept aside • INSERT VIDEO

  19. ABCRC Audit Process • Two Zones • If Actual Count is within 2.5% of Expected Count (count noted on tag, or if none, Standard Count) • Depot is paid on Expected count • If Actual Count is more than 2.5% from Expected Count • Depot is paid Deposit and Handling Commission on Actual Count • Depot is paid Deposit on mis-sorted containers but no Handling Commission • If bags of the same material stream average over 2.5%, average is extrapolated over the whole material stream for that load

  20. ABCRC Audit Process (cont.) • Mis-tagged bags • If more than 50% of containers in bag are of a different material stream, then tag is changed to the new material stream • Expected Count is changed to Standard Count of new material stream - if tag does not match the material stream, or if count is different from Standard Count, write it on all parts of the tag

  21. ABCRC Audit Process (cont.) • Communications • ABCRC will contact Depot within 1 Business Day of off-load and identify which bags are being audited • ABCRC will contact Depot within 2 Business Days of audit to communicate results • Depot has until end of next business day of Depot Operations to communicate intention if challenging the result

  22. ABCRC Audit Process (cont.) • If Depot does not communicate intent, it will be assumed that Depot agrees with result • If Depot challenging the result, it has 3 Business Days to arrange for re-count • If Depot cannot attend a re-count, the ABDA and/or BCMB can attend on their behalf • Depot must communicate all intentions by fax or electronically

  23. Depot Progressive Action Policy (PAP) • PAP is meant to allow the BCMB to take action when Depots are not in compliance with accuracy and reporting for shipments • There are two ways of entering the PAP: a. Variance in Expected Count of containers in one load b. Variance over a 3-month rolling period

  24. PAP (cont.) • Variance over a load: • Variance Zones for a single shipping container • Zone 1: 0% - 2.5% variance of Actual from Expected • Zone 2: 2.5% - 3.5% variance of Actual from Expected • Zone 3: >3.5% variance of Actual from Expected • Variance on material stream: • Material stream variance of over 7% of Actual from Expected in any one audit

  25. PAP (cont.) • Entrance Criteria • Material Stream Variance of over 7% • 3 month average of audits have per bag variance of over $2.25

  26. PAP (cont.) • Movement between Zones • Zone 1 audit results in going down in Levels • Zone 2 audit results in staying at the same Level • Zone 3 audit results in increasing in Level • Levels • Level 1 : Least Concern  used as indication that something went wrong at Depot • Level 2 : Increased Concern  ABDA is now notified • Level 3 : Critical Phase  negative audit may mean BCMB Board review of Depot Permit

  27. PAP (cont.) • Compliance Fees • When in PAP, Zone 2 and 3 audits result in $200 levy • When in Level 2 or 3 and Zone 2 or 3 audit result, audit costs are applied on a per bag basis of $50 • Grace Period • A 10 day grace period is given in between PAP audits to give the Depot time to make operational changes

  28. PAP (cont.)

  29. PAP (cont.)