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A description of how increasing the recycling rate in commercial real estate can decrease costs.

A description of how increasing the recycling rate in commercial real estate can decrease costs.

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  • 1. How can we decrease disposal costs by increasing recycling?
  • 2. How can we decrease disposal costs by increasing recycling?
    • The following example is an actual client site:
        • 660 tons of trash and recycling per month
        • Trash billed at $90.00 per ton
        • Recycling billed at $ 0.00 per ton
        • Previous recycle rate = 15%
        • We increased the recycle rate by to 25%
  • 3. How can we decrease disposal costs by increasing recycling? 15% Recycling
  • 4. How can we decrease disposal costs by increasing recycling? 15% Recycling 560 tons 100 tons
  • 5. How can we decrease disposal costs by increasing recycling? 15% Recycling 560 tons 100 tons Recycle Tonnage Costs = $0 (100 x $0)
  • 6. How can we decrease disposal costs by increasing recycling? 15% Recycling 560 tons 100 tons Trash Tonnage Costs = $50,400 (560 x $90) Recycle Tonnage Costs = $0 (100 x $0)
  • 7. How can we decrease disposal costs by increasing recycling? 15% Recycling 560 tons 100 tons Trash Tonnage Costs = $50,400 (560 x $90) Recycle Tonnage Costs = $0 (100 x $0)
  • 8. How can we decrease disposal costs by increasing recycling? 15% Recycling 560 tons 100 tons Trash Tonnage Costs = $50,400 (560 x $90) 25% Recycling Recycle Tonnage Costs = $0 (100 x $0)
  • 9. How can we decrease disposal costs by increasing recycling? 15% Recycling 560 tons 100 tons Trash Tonnage Costs = $50,400 (560 x $90) 25% Recycling 165 tons 495 tons Recycle Tonnage Costs = $0 (100 x $0)
  • 10. How can we decrease disposal costs by increasing recycling? 15% Recycling 560 tons 100 tons Trash Tonnage Costs = $50,400 (560 x $90) 25% Recycling 165 tons 495 tons Recycle Tonnage Costs = $0 (100 x $0) Recycle Tonnage Costs = $0 (165 x $0)
  • 11. How can we decrease disposal costs by increasing recycling? 15% Recycling 560 tons 100 tons Trash Tonnage Costs = $50,400 (560 x $90) 25% Recycling 165 tons 495 tons Trash Tonnage Costs = $44,550 (495 x $90 ) Recycle Tonnage Costs = $0 (100 x $0) Recycle Tonnage Costs = $0 (165 x $0)
  • 12. How can we decrease disposal costs by increasing recycling? 15% Recycling 560 tons 100 tons Trash Tonnage Costs = $50,400 (560 x $90) 25% Recycling 165 tons 495 tons Trash Tonnage Costs = $44,550 (495 x $90 ) Savings = $ 5,850 Savings = 12% Recycle Tonnage Costs = $0 (100 x $0) Recycle Tonnage Costs = $0 (165 x $0)
  • 13. Please call or Email for copies or more info:
    • Craig Lovett
    • Capital Paper / Mass Hauling
    • [email_address]
    • 781-844-4845