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  • Good evening. My name is Jamie Dean and I am the Solid Waste Coordinator for the County of Monroe. I would like to thank you for granting me this opportunity to present. Through the media today we hear things such as reduce, reuse, recycle, protect the environment and think green nearly every day. It is hard to imagine that it wasn’t all that long ago when there were places like this in Monroe County.

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  • Recycling... What Difference Can One Person Make? Jamie R. Dean, B.S., M.S.Ed. Monroe County Solid Waste Coordinator
    • 4.6 Pounds
    • 254 Million Tons
  • Municipal Solid Waste Generation in 2007 254 Million Tons Paper 33. 9% Glass 5.3% Metals 7.6% Plastics 11.7% Other 3.3% Food Scraps 12.4% Yard Trimmings 12.9 % Wood 5.5% Rubber, leather, and textiles 7.3% EPA 2006 Facts and Figures
  • Total Annual Waste Generation: 2.6 Billion Tons Waste Generation
  • How Waste is Managed
    • Land Disposal
    • 54.0%
    • Combustion
    • 12.6%
    • Recovery
    • 33.4%
    Combustion 12.6% MSW Management in the U.S. Recovery 33.4% Land Disposal 54% EPA 2007
  • Franklin Report 2003
  • What is being recycled in 2007? 85 Million Tons of MSW
    • 54.5 % of all paper
    • 64.3% of steel cans
    • 64.1% of yard trimmings
    • 99% of automobile batteries
    • 28.0% of plastic milk and water bottles
    • 48.6% of aluminum cans
  • Franklin Report 2003
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  • Jamie R. Dean B.S., M.S.Ed. Monroe Coordinator [email_address] (734) 240-7909