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Where does your waste go?. Where does your waste go?. BYU garbage truck. Where does your waste go?. BYU garbage truck. Drives to Springville (10 miles). Dumps. Where does your waste go?. BYU garbage truck. Drives to Springville (5 miles). Dumps. Reloaded. Driven 25 miles to landfill. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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  • Where does your waste go?

  • Where does your waste go?BYU garbage truck.

  • Where does your waste go?BYU garbage truck.Drives to Springville (10 miles). Dumps.

  • Where does your waste go?BYU garbage truck.Drives to Springville (5 miles). Dumps.Reloaded. Driven 25 miles to landfill.

  • Where does your waste go?BYU garbage truck.Drives to Springville (5 miles). Dumps.Reloaded. Driven 25 to landfill.Pushed into piles.

  • Where does your waste go?BYU garbage truck.Drives to Springville (5 miles). Dumps.Reloaded. Driven 25 to landfill.Pushed into piles.Covered with dirt.

  • What happens to the paperyou put in a BYU recycling bin?

  • What happens to the paperyou put in a BYU recycling bin?We collect the paper

  • What happens to the paperyou put in a BYU recycling bin?We collect the paperMake sure it is sorted

  • What happens to the paperyou put in a BYU recycling bin?We collect the paperMake sure it is sortedBale the paper

  • What happens to the paperyou put in a BYU recycling bin?We collect the paperMake sure it is sortedBale the paperShip it by the truck load to a paper mill

  • What happens to the paperyou put in a BYU recycling bin?We collect the paperMake sure it is sortedBale the paperShip it by the truck load to a paper mill

    Annually BYU recycles over100 tons of junk mail400 tons of newspaper1,300 total tons of paper

  • Why dont we have recycling in Provo?We do!

  • Recycling in ProvoPaper Drop-offsNewspaper onlySupermarketsSmiths (300 N 200 W)Allens (600 E 300 S)Movies 8 (Univ. Parkway) Kiwanis Park (950 N 1100 E)Glenwood Apartments

  • Recycling in ProvoPaper Drop-offsAll types of paperElementary SchoolsWasatch (900 E 1000 N)Jouaqin (500 N 500 E)Provost (630 S 900 E)

  • Recycling in ProvoGreen Waste Drop-offTakes: grass clippingsleavesbranchesNo stumpsNo large tree trunks

    Free to Provo residentsLocated in East Bay (1400 S Industrial Pkwy approx 1400 S 650 E)

  • Recycling in ProvoCurbside RecyclingGreen bins take:GrassLeavesBranches

    As of May 2004 there were 2200 green bins in Provo. Cost is $4 per month.

  • Recycling in ProvoCurbside Recycling

    Christmas trees are picked up curbside throughout the city during last week in December and the first week of January

  • Recycling in ProvoCurbside RecyclingBlue bins take:PaperPlastic (#1 and #2)MetalBut NOT glass

    As of May 2004 there were 1700 blue bins in Provo. Cost is $5 per month.

  • Recycling in ProvoResultsThe yard waste program diverts 7,000 tons per year from the landfill5,800 tons from drop-off 1,200 tons from curbside pick-up

    Household recycling (blue cans) divert 54 tons per month (650 tons per year)

    Provo City landfills about 2,000 tons per month (approximately 24,000 tons per year)

  • What happens tocurbside recycling?

  • Curbside RecyclingIt gets delivered to a sorting facility

  • Curbside RecyclingIt gets delivered to a sorting facility.Then dumped into a big pile.

  • Curbside RecyclingIt gets delivered to a sorting facility.Then dumped into a big pile.Sorted by hand from a conveyor belt.

  • Curbside RecyclingIt gets delivered to a sorting facility.Then dumped into a big pile.Sorted by hand from a conveyor belt.Pushed into piles.

  • Curbside RecyclingIt gets delivered to a sorting facility.Then dumped into a big pile.Sorted by hand from a conveyor belt.Pushed into piles.Stacked in bales.

  • Curbside RecyclingIt gets delivered to a sorting facility.Then dumped into a big pile.Sorted by hand from a conveyor belt.Pushed into piles.Stacked in bales.And then shipped to a paper making plant.

  • Waste EconomicsHow to figure the cost of recycling?

    Does recycling have to make a profit or does it just need to cost less than garbage collection and disposal?

  • Waste Economics - GarbageWaste placed in trash canCustodian collects and puts in dumpster cost of custodianGarbage truck picks up cost of truck operation ($100/hr)Drives 10 miles to transfer station cost of truck operationGarbage dumped and repacked on larger truck cost of tipping ($27 per ton here)Garbage driven 25 miles to landfill cost of truck operationGarbage buried cost of land use

  • Waste Economics - RecyclingPaper put in recycling binCustodian collects cost of custodianRecycling truck picks up cost of truck operationDrives 2 miles to BYU recycling facility cost of truck operationPaper is dumped, sorted and baled cost of sortingPaper is sold and shipped to paper mills on west coast or overseas revenue from paper, savings of not paying to put in landfill, cost of shippingMade into new paper how does cost of recycled paper compare to cost of cutting trees down for paper?

  • Generation of Municipal Solid Waste in the United StatesIf Provo City puts 24,000 tons of garbage per year in the landfill, andBYU puts 4,000 tons of garbage per year in the landfill, andPrivate waste haulers add more from what they pick up at apartmentsThen how much waste is generated and put in landfills each year?

  • Municipal Solid Waste in US(Pounds per person per day)

  • Waste Producedpounds per person each day

  • Waste Recycledpounds per person each day

  • Waste Landfilledpounds per person each day

  • Lowest Landfilling States

  • Waste Incineratedpounds per person each day

  • Waste Statistics by State(pounds/capita/day)

    StateMSWLandfillRecycledBurned

    Sheet1

    1.31tons/year

    2620pounds/year

    7.1780821918pounds/day

    0.4876743122

    0.0476190862

    Sheet2

    MSW per capita% recycled% burned% landfilledMSW per capita landfilled

    tons/person/yeartons/person/year

    Arizona1.117.5082.50.91

    Arkansas1.4236.31.562.30.88

    CA1.5540.21.658.10.90

    CO1.122.8097.21.09

    CT1.3718.84536.20.50

    DE1.3220.4079.61.05

    FL1.182428.247.80.56

    GE1.318.30.591.31.20

    HI1.3725.224.450.40.69

    ID0.818.4091.60.74

    IL1.2732.5067.50.86

    IN1.55357580.90

    IA1.1641.7157.30.66

    KS1.7311.5088.51.53

    KT1.3411.4088.51.19

    Louisana1.18.1091.91.01

    ME1.034933.817.20.18

    MD1.6329.21654.80.89

    MA1.2931.137.631.30.40

    MI1.6815.1777.91.31

    MN145.625.129.30.29

    MS1.020.3099.71.02

    MO1.2838.90.360.80.78

    MT

    NB1.3915.4084.61.18

    NV1.5515.8084.21.31

    NH0.9523.71759.40.56

    NJ1.2337.99.153.10.65

    NM1.136.5093.51.06

    NY1.2929.817.153.10.68

    NC1.08111.387.60.95

    ND1.019.4090.60.92

    OH1.4223.5076.51.09

    OK1.2810991.27

    OR1.1648.84.946.30.54

    PA1.0326.816.556.70.58

    RI1.1712.8087.21.02

    SC1.4528.43.967.70.98

    SD0.6830970.66

    TN1.2726.4271.60.91

    TX1.3124.9075.10.98

    UT1.074.84.990.40.97

    VT0.9929.89.260.90.60

    VA1.4929.119.851.20.76

    WA1.4334.15.660.20.86

    WV0.976.9093.10.90

    WI1.0324.63.4720.74

    WY1.391.7098.31.37

    total1.3126.77.765.60.86

    Sheet3

    MSW per capita% recycled% burned% landfilledMSW per capita landfilledMSW per capita landfilledMSW per capita landfilled

    tons/person/yeartons/person/yearpounds/person/yearpounds/person/day

    ME1.034933.817.20.183540.97

    MN145.625.129.30.295861.61

    MA1.2931.137.631.30.408082.21

    CT1.3718.84536.20.509922.72

    OR1.1648.84.946.30.5410742.94

    FL1.182428.247.80.5611283.09

    NH0.9523.71759.40.5611293.09

    PA1.0326.816.556.70.5811683.20

    VT0.9929.89.260.90.6012063.30

    NJ1.2337.99.153.10.6513063.58

    SD0.6830970.6613193.61

    IA1.1641.7157.30.6613293.64

    NY1.2929.817.153.10.6813703.75

    HI1.3725.224.450.40.6913813.78

    WI1.0324.63.4720.7414834.06

    ID0.818.4091.60.7414844.07

    VA1.4929.119.851.20.7615264.18

    MO1.2838.90.360.80.7815564.26

    IL1.2732.5067.50.8617154.70

    total1.3126.77.765.60.8617194.71

    WA1.4334.15.660.20.8617224.72

    Arkansas1.4236.31.562.30.8817694.85

    MD1.6329.21654.80.8917864.89

    IN1.55357580.9017984.93

    CA1.5540.21.658.10.9018014.93

    WV0.976.9093.10.9018064.95

    Arizona1.117.5082.50.9118154.97

    TN1.2726.4271.60.9118194.98

    ND1.019.4090.60.9218305.01

    NC1.08111.387.60.9518925.18

    UT1.074.84.990.40.9719355.30

    SC1.4528.43.967.70.9819635.38

    TX1.3124.9075.10.9819685.39

    Louisana1.18.1091.91.0120225.54

    MS1.020.3099.71.0220345.57

    RI1.1712.8087.21.0220405.59

    DE1.3220.4079.61.0521015.76

    NM1.136.5093.51.0621135.79

    OH1.4223.5076.51.0921735.95

    CO1.122.8097.21.0921775.97

    NB1.3915.4084.61.1823526.44

    KT1.3411.4088.51.1923726.50

    GE1.318.30.591.31.2023926.55

    OK1.2810991.2725346.94

    NV1.5515.8084.21.3126107.15

    MI1.6815.1777.91.3126177.17

    WY1.391.7098.31.3727337.49

    KS1.7311.5088.51.5330628.39

    MT

    Sheet5

    MSWMSWMSWRecycledRecycledRecycledRecycledBurnedBurnedBurnedBurnedLandfilledLandfilledLandfilledLandfilled

    per capitaper capitaper capita%per capitaper capitaper capita%per capitaper capitaper capita%per capitaper capitaper capita

    tons/yearlbs/yearlbs/daytons/yearlbs/yearlbs/daytons/yearlbs/yearlbs/daytons/yearlbs/yearlbs/day

    Arizona1.122006.0317.50.193851.0500.0000.0082.50.9118154.97

    Arkansas1.4228407.7836.30.5210312.821.50.02430.1262.30.8817694.85

    CA1.5531008.4940.20.6212463.411.60.02500.1458.10.9018014.93

    CO1.1222406.142.80.03630.1700.0000.0097.21.0921775.97

    CT1.3727407.5118.80.265151.41450.6212333.3836.20.509922.72

    DE1.3226407.2320.40.275391.4800.0000.0079.61.0521015.76

    FL1.1823606.47240.285661.5528.20.336661.8247.80.5611283.09