Budget Overview
FYE 2014
Bryan Griesbach
Executive Director
BVSWMA, Inc.
 Non-profit local government corporation
founded in 2010 to provide solid waste
disposal through the operati...
Board of Directors
 City of Bryan
 Jason Bienski
 Art Hughes
 Mark Conlee
 City of College Station
 Nancy Berry
 Ka...
Typical Service Area
Solid Waste Disposal
 Solid waste disposal operations are the
core of our business. The Twin Oaks Landfill
manages approx...
Property:
 610 Acres
Waste Footprint:
 214 Acres
NLT Restricted:
 150 Acres
Capacity:
 37,000,000
cubic yards
Wood Mulch
 Twin Oaks utilizes a high-capacity wood
grinder to efficiently divert more than
8,000 tons/year of wood waste...
Compost Operations
 Some of the material from the wood grinding
operation is sold as mulch, but a larger portion
is utili...
Environmental Compliance
 Since BVSWMA, Inc. was formed, the Texas
Commission on Environmental Quality
(TCEQ) has found n...
 BVSWMA, Inc. sponsors the
spring and fall household
hazardous waste collection
events that serve the entire
Brazos Valle...
Recent Activities
 Completed construction of Cell 2A-1 at the Twin
Oaks Landfill
 Final Cover installed on the Rock Prai...
FY2014 Budget
Revenue & Expense Approved Projected Board Approved
2013 2013 2014
Budget Results Budget
Revenue $6,452,625 ...
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BVSWMA, Inc. FY14 Budget

  1. 1. Budget Overview FYE 2014 Bryan Griesbach Executive Director
  2. 2. BVSWMA, Inc.  Non-profit local government corporation founded in 2010 to provide solid waste disposal through the operation of the Twin Oaks Landfill and Twin Oaks Compost facilities.  Self-funded through user fees  Annual principal & interest payments made to both City’s  25 full time employees  Service area population ~300,000
  3. 3. Board of Directors  City of Bryan  Jason Bienski  Art Hughes  Mark Conlee  City of College Station  Nancy Berry  Karl Mooney  Richard Floyd  7th Member  Mike Holmgreen
  4. 4. Typical Service Area
  5. 5. Solid Waste Disposal  Solid waste disposal operations are the core of our business. The Twin Oaks Landfill manages approximately 300,000 tons of municipal solid waste each year.
  6. 6. Property:  610 Acres Waste Footprint:  214 Acres NLT Restricted:  150 Acres Capacity:  37,000,000 cubic yards
  7. 7. Wood Mulch  Twin Oaks utilizes a high-capacity wood grinder to efficiently divert more than 8,000 tons/year of wood waste from landfill disposal
  8. 8. Compost Operations  Some of the material from the wood grinding operation is sold as mulch, but a larger portion is utilized for compost operations. Approximately 7,000 tons/year of bio-solids are diverted from landfill disposal for beneficial use as compost and erosion control products.
  9. 9. Environmental Compliance  Since BVSWMA, Inc. was formed, the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) has found no violations or deficiencies during their inspections of BVSWMA, Inc. facilities. In 2012, the TCEQ held their statewide Investigator Training in B/CS in order to showcase the Twin Oaks Landfill as a model of excellent landfill design and operation.
  10. 10.  BVSWMA, Inc. sponsors the spring and fall household hazardous waste collection events that serve the entire Brazos Valley region The Spring Household Hazardous Waste Collection events typically serve >2,200 participants
  11. 11. Recent Activities  Completed construction of Cell 2A-1 at the Twin Oaks Landfill  Final Cover installed on the Rock Prairie Road Landfill  Discontinued Borrowed Employee Agreement on December 31, 2012  Additional Board designated funds for future capital expenses  Now offering easy to handle bagged compost and mulch  State fee reduced on June 1, 2013, resulting in a $0.31/ton decrease in landfill gate rate
  12. 12. FY2014 Budget Revenue & Expense Approved Projected Board Approved 2013 2013 2014 Budget Results Budget Revenue $6,452,625 $6,924,271 $6,878,600 Operating Expense $4,851,160 $4,917,177 $5,330,724 Captial Expense $4,510,000 $3,610,000 $2,465,000 Total Expense $9,361,160 $8,527,177 $7,795,724 Reserves Rock Prairie Road Closure/Post Closure $3,626,000 $3,466,000 Twin Oaks Closure & Post Closure $714,349 $915,191 Interim cover & pre-closure $49,802 Pipeline relocation $59,762 Gas System $157,706 Total Reserves $4,340,349 $4,648,461

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