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Automated Waste Collection Counter Presentation

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Presentation presented before the Board of Aldermen on Wednesday, October 7, 2009.

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Automated Waste Collection Counter Presentation

  1. 1. There Are Already Many Different Containers On Our Streets. Allied Presents Us Pictures With The Same Cart In Every Yard In The Same Spot, But Tells Us That Actually Won’t Be The Case. Counting The Recycling Carts, There Were 13 Different Types I Found.<br />
  2. 2. There Are Already Many Different Containers On Our Streets. Allied Presents Us Pictures With The Same Cart In Every Yard In The Same Spot, But Tells Us That Actually Won’t Be The Case. Counting The Recycling Carts, There Were 13 Different Types I Found.<br />
  3. 3. Even With Residents Who Use Only Allied Waste’s Carts, Aesthetics Doesn’t Appear To Be Improved Like What Was In Their Presentation. These Are The Best Case Scenarios I Could Find.<br />
  4. 4. This Is How Our Streets Currently Appear On Trash Day. Is Automation Going To Clean This Up That Much More ? Is It Really So Bad This Needs Cleaned Up?<br />
  5. 5. Is Automation Safer And Better For Nixa Aesthetically And Environmentally?<br />The claim is this isn’t aesthetically pleasing and if we adopt automated collection it should be corrected.<br />
  6. 6. Is Automation Safer And Better For Nixa Aesthetically And Environmentally?<br />…or is the sun-bleached container with the lid hanging off?<br />Is this more aesthetically pleasing….<br />
  7. 7. Is Automation Safer And Better For Nixa Aesthetically And Environmentally?<br />Is this better environmentally….<br />…or is the one with the missing lid?<br />
  8. 8. Is Automation Safer And Better For Nixa Aesthetically And Environmentally?<br />…or is the container dented in on the side and missing a lid better?<br />Is this more aesthetically pleasing….<br />
  9. 9. Is Automation Safer And Better For Nixa Aesthetically And Environmentally?<br />Are these store-bought containers a safety concern….<br />…or is this?<br />
  10. 10. If We Adopt Automation, Where Does Enforcement Begin?<br />This would be non-compliant….<br />…but this IS compliant?<br />
  11. 11. If We Adopt Automation, Where Does Enforcement Begin?<br />This would be non-compliant….<br />…but this IS compliant?<br />
  12. 12. If We Adopt Automation, Where Does Enforcement Begin?<br />Seniors would be forced into using containers or the bag program….<br />…but 41 year olds who live alone wouldn’t have a choice.<br />This man said this was a large amount of trash for him because of the foam. He asked to participate in the bag program once but was told he was too young.<br />
  13. 13. If We Adopt Automation, Where Does Enforcement Begin?<br />Is there a limit on the number of carts for a household before they are required to use a dumpster?<br />Three Containers<br />Five store-bought cans<br />
  14. 14. Store-bought containers aren’t just in older, poorer neighborhoods, but lids for the store-bought containers do not get put back on by Allied’s drivers. If their concern was truly aesthetics, wouldn’t that be where we should start?<br />
  15. 15. Store-bought containers aren’t just in older, poorer neighborhoods, but lids for the store-bought containers do not get put back on by Allied’s drivers. If their concern was truly aesthetics, wouldn’t that be where we should start?<br />

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