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Minneapolis SolidWaste & Recycling
David Herberholz
Director
Solid Waste and Recycling Division
Department of Public Works
HERC (Incinerator) Composition
2
Glass
2.5%
Metal
3.6%
Paper
30.6%
Organic
Materials
32%
Plastic
14.8%
Other Waste
16.5%
S...
SolidWaste & Recycling Services
Garbage Collection (Weekly)
Recycling Collection (Every other week)
Yard Waste Collection ...
Switch to One-Sort Recycling
Switched from a multi-sort system to a One-Sort
recycling system in 2012-2013.
Organics Collection Methods Studied
Collection Method:
1. No SSO Collection (SSO to HERC)
2. Collect SSO Alone
3. SSO Comm...
2015 SolidWaste Projections
C&D
Landfilled
2%
Waste to
Energy
61%
Recycled
24%
Composted
13%
Without SSO Program With SSO ...
Future Considerations to
Maximize Diversion
As we learn more about zero-waste initiatives, we want to
ensure that an opt-i...
Questions or Comments
David Herberholz
Director
Solid Waste and Recycling Division
Department of Public Works
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Overview of City of Minneapolis Solid Waste & Recycling Efforts

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Overview of City of Minneapolis Solid Waste & Recycling Efforts

  1. 1. Minneapolis SolidWaste & Recycling David Herberholz Director Solid Waste and Recycling Division Department of Public Works
  2. 2. HERC (Incinerator) Composition 2 Glass 2.5% Metal 3.6% Paper 30.6% Organic Materials 32% Plastic 14.8% Other Waste 16.5% Source: Covanta HERC Waste Characterization Study performed by SAIC (Nov. 2012) Other Waste Includes: • Electronics • Appliances • HHW • Textiles & Leather • Bulky Waste • C&D • Tires/Rubber • Other Inorganic Materials
  3. 3. SolidWaste & Recycling Services Garbage Collection (Weekly) Recycling Collection (Every other week) Yard Waste Collection (Weekly April – November) Large Item Collection (Weekly) • Recyclable and non-recyclable items Voucher Program • 6 cleanup vouchers and 2 tire vouchers per dwelling unit annually
  4. 4. Switch to One-Sort Recycling Switched from a multi-sort system to a One-Sort recycling system in 2012-2013.
  5. 5. Organics Collection Methods Studied Collection Method: 1. No SSO Collection (SSO to HERC) 2. Collect SSO Alone 3. SSO Commingled with Yard Waste 4. SSO Co-collected with Yard Waste (Blue Bag) 5. SSO Co-collected with Garbage (Blue Bag) Definitions: Commingled: SSO and yard waste placed together in one cart. Co-collected: SSO in Blue Bag placed in same cart as yard waste or garbage with the intention of separating the two materials. 5
  6. 6. 2015 SolidWaste Projections C&D Landfilled 2% Waste to Energy 61% Recycled 24% Composted 13% Without SSO Program With SSO Program C&D Landfilled 2% Waste to Energy 56% Recycled 24% Composted 18% 13% Composted: • 97% yard waste • 3% organics 18% Composted: • 68% yard waste • 32% organics 6
  7. 7. Future Considerations to Maximize Diversion As we learn more about zero-waste initiatives, we want to ensure that an opt-in SSO program would complement or not be redundant with future potential waste reduction efforts. • Targeted outreach and education • Increased opportunities for other recycling • Ordinance modification and creation • Revisit variable rate billing fees • Resource recovery of garbage (sorting garbage) 7
  8. 8. Questions or Comments David Herberholz Director Solid Waste and Recycling Division Department of Public Works David.Herberholz@minneapolismn.gov 612-673-2917

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