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Chapter 6 - Integrated System Selection

6.1 - Identify the integrated solid waste management system selected
6.1.1 Identify the proposed program selected.
6.1.2 List reasons for selection of the proposed program.
6.1.3 Describe the relationship between size/capacity of disposal facilities and size/capacity of recyclables recovery program.
6.1.4 Please note that if a solid waste incinerator facility application is planned, additional requirements are imposed by 360-1.9(f)(4)(i) and (ii)

6.2 Procedures for implementation of the recyclables recovery program, including:
6.2.1 Plan and scope of operation
6.2.2 Equipment to be used
6.2.3 Collection arrangements
6.2.4 Processing and storage procedures
6.2.5 Market agreements
6.2.6 List of reasons for selection of the proposed program
6.2.7 Narrative assessing the impact of the proposed recyclables recovery effort on existing recyclables recovery programs.

6.3 Procedures for implementation of the organics recovery program, including:
6.3.1 Goals for the planning period and
6.3.2 Specific actions to be implemented to achieve the goals:
6.3.3 Methods to acquire better information concerning the generators of organic waste and how they manage their waste.
6.3.4 Methods to increase the amount of food that is donated by working with food waste generators and food banks
6.3.5 Methods to educate homeowners concerning leave it on the lawn and backyard composting programs.
6.3.6 Methods to provide education and assistance to commercial and institutional food scraps generators concerning on-site composting options.
6.3.7 Methods to ensure that all collected yard trimmings are composted.
6.3.8 Methods to ensure that all food processing waste is recycled.
6.3.9 Methods to ensure that all mortalities are recycled or rendered.
6.3.10 Methods to ensure that all POTWs are educated on recycling options for biosolids and the regulatory requirements that apply.
6.3.11 Efforts to increase food scraps recycling (new facilities, incorporation into yard waste composting facilities, etc.).

6.4 Public Education Elements
Identify the specific public relations and education programs to be undertaken for implementation of the recyclables and organics recovery program.

6.5 Infrastructure Needs
Provide a narrative analysis of the infrastructure necessary to divert materials from disposal for the Local Planning Unit and whether there is expected to be additional needs for new infrastructure and materials handling capacity during the planning period.

6.6 Role of the Private Sector
If the LSWMP relies on the private sector to manage one or more specific waste streams, the LSWMP must address how these waste streams will be managed if the private sector does not provide adequate management.

6.7 Notification to the Private Sector (if applicable)
The LSWMP must specify how the private sector is to be notified of the responsibility for management of a specific waste stream and, if the Local Planning Unit proposes to provide technical, administrative and financial assistance to the private sector in meeting this responsibility, how it will provide that assistance.

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