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MR Municipal SSR

  1. 1. OVERVIEW OF SINGLE STREAM RECYCLING PROGRAM
  2. 2. HISTORY1998 to 2008  LANDFILL CLOSED AND CAPPED  TOWN ADOPTS BAG & TAG Pay As You Throw  SIGNS 10 YEAR CONTRACT WITH WASTE MANAGEMENT  CONTRACT INCLUDES COLLECTION & DISPOSAL FOR A FLAT RATE (NO TONNAGE CHARGES)
  3. 3. HISTORY (cont)2008 to the Present  Convert to SSR – Single Stream Recycling  Contract includes collection & disposal  Per Ton charges for disposal of MSW & processing charges for Recycling  Per Haul charges for transfer station containers
  4. 4. CURRENT STATISTICS POPULATION – 28,712 (2010 Census) Residential Units – 10,913 Eligible Units – 8,560 2012 Abatements - 344 Total Units currently in program - 8,216
  5. 5. DUAL vs. SINGLE STREAM CONTRACT QUOTES DUAL SSR-64 GAL SSR-96 GAL2009 $ 399,672 $ 358,800 $ 366,3602010 $ 415.656 $ 369,600 $ 378,0002011 $ 432,288 $ 380,700 $ 390,0002012 $ 449,580 $ 392,400 $ 402,0002013 $ 467,568 $ 404,400 $ 414,000 The town saved $214,000 over the 5 year contract by choosing 96 gallon single stream
  6. 6. PRICINGANNUAL FEE  Covers curbside collection and operational overhead for the office and the transfer station  Changes each year by vote of the Board of Selectmen  Current Year - $225/housing unit
  7. 7. PRICING (cont)BAGS & TAGS  Small Bags – 13 gallons - $1.00/ea  Large Bags – 30 gallons - $1.50/ea  Bulky Tags – 30lbs - $2.50/ea  Bag Tags – for commercial bags - $3.00/ea
  8. 8. TONNAGESYEAR TRASH RECYCLE DIVERSION1997 7,226.80 1,430.79 19.79% DUAL STREAM1998 6,734.44 2,087.71 19.79% Adopt PAYT1999 4,731.57 2,347.78 49.61%2000 5,162.63 2,576.59 49.61%2001 5,283.71 2,444.95 46.27%2002 5,429.61 2,515.27 46.32%2007 5,538.87 2,566.12 46.33%2008 4,805.56 2,705.54 56.30% START SSR2009 4,325.71 3,009.50 69.57%2010 4,293.58 3,103.03 72.27%2011 4,199.67 2,932.48 69.83%
  9. 9. COMMONSSRPROBLEMSCLEANRECYCLINGINGROCERYBAGS
  10. 10. COMMONSSRPROBLEMSTRASH BAGSFULL OF TRASHANDRECYCLING
  11. 11. COMMONSSRPROBLEMSPIZZABOXES ANDTAKE OUTWITHLEFTOVERS
  12. 12. COMMONSSRPROBLEMSLOOSETRASH,WOOD,MEAT TRAYS
  13. 13. COMMON ORNOT SOCOMMON SSRPROBLEMSCOOLER ORHOT WATERHEATER WITHINSULATION
  14. 14. COMMON &NOT SOCOMMONSSRPROBLEMSA RESINSWINGSETSLIDE
  15. 15. COMMON &NOT SOCOMMON SSRPROBLEMSWROUGHTIRON LAWNAND GARDENACCESSORIES
  16. 16. COMMON &NOT SOCOMMON SSRPROBLEMSWOOD &CONSTRUCTIONDEBRIS
  17. 17. COMMON &NOT SOCOMMONSSRPROBLEMSRIGIDPLASTICS &TOYS
  18. 18. COMMON &NOT SOCOMMONSSRPROBLEMSTOILETSEAT
  19. 19. COMMON &NOT SOCOMMON SSRPROBLEMSCHILD’SBOOSTER SEAT
  20. 20. COMMON &NOT SOCOMMON SSRPROBLEMSNISSANHUBCAP
  21. 21. COMMONSSRPROBLEMSEVEN ANETCH – A –SKETCH
  22. 22. OTHER ODD ITEMS HOOVER VACUUM CLEANER FULL BIRTHDAY CAKE – UNCUT WOODEN CHAIRS CONTENTS OF TWO DIAPER GENIES CALZONE – UNTOUCHED, WITH DIPPING SAUCE A SET OF DRAWERS 8 VENETIAN BLINDS THREE TOTERS FULL OF GRAVEL LAWN CHAIRS AND A BROKEN TRAMPOLINE
  23. 23. PROS & CONS TONNAGE IS DOWN – COSTS ARE REDUCED VOLUME IS UP – CAPTURING MORE CARDBOARD PLASTIC BAGS, METAL, WOOD ARE BEING TRASHED AT THE MRF AND NOT RECYCLED LOSS OF BAG & TAG REVENUE
  24. 24. GOING FORWARD HIRE A PUBLIC RELATIONS FIRM TO DO MORE CONCENTRATED OUTREACH HIRE DEDICATED EMPLOYEE TO DO ENFORCEMENT REPLACE 96 GALLON CARTS WITH 64 GALLON CARTS CONVINCE CART MFG TO MAKE ONE WITH CLEAR WINDOW OR CLEAR LID RETURN TO DUAL STREAM SEPARATE COLLECTION OF FILM PLASTIC, PLASTIC BAGS AND RIGID PLASTICS

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