Chapter 3 - Existing Program Description
3.1 SWM Facility Inventory Table
|Facility Name||Facility Types||Expected Life||Operating Status|
|Waste to Energy Facility|
|SW Transfer Station|
|Land Clearing Debris Facility|
The inventory table must include ALL facilities within the Local Planning Unit and any proposed or existing solid waste management facilities outside the Local Planning Unit which receive solid waste generated within the Local Planning Unit.
Use the facility type categories that are applicable.
Chapter 3.2 - Existing efforts to recover recyclables (including organics)
3.2.1 Describe existing efforts to recover recyclables and current strategies used to reduce or divert the amount of recyclable solid waste destined for disposal.
188.8.131.52.Source separation and collection efforts and strategies
184.108.40.206.1 Residential sector
220.127.116.11.2 Commercial sector
18.104.22.168.3 Institutional sector, including school districts and governmental offices
22.214.171.124. Industrial recyclables recovery efforts and strategies
126.96.36.199. Intermediate processing of collected recyclables,
188.8.131.52. Public education efforts promoting the benefits of reuse and recyclables recovery efforts
184.108.40.206. Enforcement efforts, and
220.127.116.11. Any other strategies employed.
3.2.2 Describe existing efforts to recover organic wastes and current strategies used to reduce or divert the amount of organics destined for disposal.
18.104.22.168 Yard Trimmings - how is it collected and how it is currently managed
22.214.171.124 Food Scraps - a list of the larger commercial and institutional generators (colleges, etc) and an estimate of how much each generates annually and how it is currently managed
126.96.36.199 Food Processing Waste - a list of all large food processors located in the Local Planning Unit, the type of materials (cheese, hops, etc.), an estimate of how much is generated annually and how it is currently managed
188.8.131.52 Biosolids - a list of all Publicly Owned Treatment Works (POTWs) in the Local Planning Unit and an estimate of how much is generated annually and how it is currently managed
184.108.40.206 Mortalities - a list of larger non-farm generators such as slaughter houses, butchers, veterinarians, etc; and how it is currently managed
220.127.116.11 Other - a description of any organic waste stream that may be unique (such as fish cleaning waste or fruit pomace) and how is it currently managed
18.104.22.168 Current efforts in the Local Planning Unit to provide food to food banks and other charitable organizations.
22.214.171.124 Current efforts to promote grasscycling, leave it on the lawn, or backyard composting, and other organic waste reduction strategies.
Chapter 3.3 - Markets for recovered recyclables
3.3.1 Provide a table of available and potential recyclables markets
|Recyclable Material Type||Market Outlets||Contact Info||Processing Needed|
|Paper - Newsprint|
|Paper - Corrugated|
|Paper - Mixed|
|Food Scraps (Residential)|
|Food Scraps (Institutional)|
|Food Scraps (Commercial|
|Food processing waste|
|Other organics (mortality waste, fish waste, etc)|
|Industrial waste (type)|
|Other (specify type)|
Note: Add, combine or subdivide materials types as appropriate. Include others as appropriate.
TIP: Use ESD's Online Recycling Markets Database at www.empire.state.ny.us/recycle
3.3.2 A description of market services available for assistance. Examples can include: local processors, local brokers, etc.
3.3.3 A description of current and potential future restrictions to market development. Examples can include: Procurement restrictions, building codes, economic restrictions, etc.