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CARE CA Program Q2 2019 Report

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Report on results of the California Carpet Stewardship Program as of Q2 2019

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CARE CA Program Q2 2019 Report

  1. 1. CARE Sustainable Funding Oversight Committee Q2 2019 California Summary & Recommendations for Approval Updated 8/22/19
  2. 2. 2 Agenda  Quarterly Overview of Results  Manufacturers Report  Quarterly Subsidy and Expense Payouts  Drop-off Program Update  Approval Requests  Other Information (as required)
  3. 3. 3 CARE’s Executive Director’s Message CARE is excited to share the latest quarterly results which resulted in the highest recycled output and recycling rate to date. The recycling rate was 18.4% which continues the steady climb toward our goal of 24%. Recycled output jumped more than 8% over previous high in Q2 2018 to 15.1 million pounds. CARE has delivered steady, continuous and meaningful progress and growth since Q1 of 2016 despite all the challenges faced in the marketplace. Work is progressing on the Chapter 0 conditional approval report due to CalRecycle by September 1st. These reports will include the independent cost analysis, validation of the CARE models (economic, conversion cost, subsidy justification and financial) major deliverables. We will also be finalizing the convenient collection study and the denominator study. All work is showing insightful results which will help guide the carpet stewardship efforts going into 2019. Sales for Q2 were up over Q1 as expected, but it is worth noting Q2 sales were once again the lowest of any Q2 in the last 7 years. CARE continues to work with the recycling community via grants and technical assistance to expand capacity and market development focused in California. At the same time there are now 66 CARE run drop of sites as of August 17th across the State to augment the private collection network. The total sites active in Q2 was reported as 238. All stakeholders are encouraged to go to the CARE website, click on the CA tab and sign up for the monthly news letter to stay abreast of the latest developments. www.carpetrecovery.org Bob Peoples, Ph.D., Executive Director, August 22, 2019
  4. 4. 4 AB 2398 Summary Results
  5. 5. 5 AB 2398 Performance Trends (millions of pounds) *Average: 2011 is average of Q3 & Q4; 2012-2015 is 4 quarter average
  6. 6. 6 AB 2398 Performance Trends (percentage) *Average: 2011 is average of Q3 & Q4; 2012-2015 is 4 quarter average
  7. 7. 7 Gross Collected PCC Sent Back to Landfill** *Average: 2011 is average of Q3 & Q4; 2012-2015 is 4 quarter average **Percentages shown is % of Gross Collected PCC actually sent to landfill as PCC or process waste. Data above includes CSE and Processor landfilled pounds beginning in Q2 2014. Q2-2019 Gross Collected: 20.6M pounds – 3.6M sent to landfill Cumulative to landfill: 165.6M lbs.
  8. 8. 8 Disposal % Change in Disposal: +11.9%
  9. 9. 9 Calcium Carbonate (PC4) by Quarter
  10. 10. 10 AB 2398 Manufacturers/Mills Quarterly Summary Report
  11. 11. 11 AB 2398 Mills’ Summary Cumulative SQYD sold: 755.9M Cumulative Remittances: $100.9M 2015 2016 2017 Q1 2018 Q2 2018 Q3 2018 Q4 2018 Q1 2019 Q2 2019 # Mills Registered 78 75 76 73 74 71 71 71 73 # Mills Not Reporting 0 0 3 2 2 3 2 1 0 Non-response Rate 0% 0% 4% 3% 3% 4% 3% 1% 0% Remittance Collected Total Sq Yd Sold (millions) 96.9 94.1 90.4 20.5 22.9 23.2 19.5 18.8 21.7 Total Remittances ($M) 8.60$ 16.60$ 22.72$ 5.12$ 5.72$ 5.79$ 4.89$ 6.55$ 7.60$ Top 10 Remittances (>$10K) 7.86$ 15.21$ 20.93$ 4.76$ 5.38$ 5.49$ 4.60$ 6.12$ 7.13$ Top 10 Percentage of Total (Avg) 91% 91% 92% 93% 94% 95% 94% 94% 94% Mills - With Yearly Roll-up
  12. 12. 12 Sales by Quarter
  13. 13. 13 AB 2398 Quarterly Subsidy and Expense Payouts
  14. 14. 14 Summary of Payouts Q2 2019 1 2 3 4 * All CSE pounds are now consolidated directly in CSE section. Previously Processors who also collected were reported separately. CSEs CSE Reporting Incentive 14,000$ Tile Recycling or REUSE PILOT 14,171$ Tile REUSE 9,688$ Broadloom REUSE 4,562$ Total Reuse Payout 14,250$ 314,896$ Adjustments -$ Total CSE Payouts 357,318$ Broadloom Shipped and Sold for Processors Tile RECYCLED 19,576$ Type 1 Standard Payout 1,105,732$ Highest Recyclability: Nylon 200,720$ Total Type 1 Payout 1,326,028$ Type 2 Filler/Other 6,429$ PC4 (Calcium Carbonate) 586,952$ Total Type 2 Payout 593,381$ Adjustments -$ Total All Processor Payouts 1,919,410$ Manufacturers Non-Nylon Payouts 1,177,232$ Nylon 6 Payouts 219,989$ Nylon 6,6 Payouts 42,067$ Adjustments -$ Total All Manufacturers Payouts 1,439,287$ Subsidy Payouts Total Subsidy Payouts for Quarter 3,716,015$
  15. 15. 15 Summary of Expenses All data from Melanie confirmed 8/2/19 Expenses Total Subsidy Payouts for Quarter Advisory Committee Education and Outreach Collections Program Grants Technical Assistance Program Expenses Sub-total CalRecycle CARE Administrations Cost Direct Expenses Direct Support Accounting and Legal Admin Expenses Sub-total Program & Admin Expenses Total Total Grand Total Expenses 226,623$ 5% 23% 4% 76,219$ 2% 195,513$ 0%1,073$ Q2 2019 95,036$ 2% 4% 3,716,015$ 77% 14% 97,884$ 2% 156,608$ 3% Percentage 4,811,956$ 43,395$ 418,240$ 1,095,941$ 100% 197,211$ 1% 9% 6,379$ 0% 677,701$
  16. 16. 16 Payouts Over Time Adjusted Target Q3 2014 Launch Tier 2 Growth Bonus Q2 2015 Launch Retroactive subsidy in Q3 2015 Growth Bonuses Eliminated Q1 2017 *Average: 2014-2017 is 4 quarter average NOTE: All REUSE payouts are counted under the CSE category. Tier 2 N6 Subsidy Q4 2017 Tier 2 N6,6 Subsidy Q1 2019
  17. 17. 17 Fund Balance Trends All data from Melanie 8/16/19 Reserve = 2 month average of the last quarter total expenses (effective Q1-2019) ACCRUAL BASIS Based on unaudited numbers – adjustments may be made after audit closes SPC: Note reserve change consistent with approved Plan effective 1/1/19
  18. 18. 18 CA Employees (FTEs*) * Fulltime equivalent employees
  19. 19. 19 Drop-Off Site Program Update Q2 2019
  20. 20. 20 Drop-Off Site Total Program Costs
  21. 21. 21 Annual Cost Comparison  Hauling: 44% of Q1 2019 Total Program Cost  Storage: 23% of Q1 2019 Total Program Cost  Recycling Fees*: 33% of Q1 2019 Total Program Cost *”Recycling Fees” was referred to as “Tipping Fees” in previous slide decks
  22. 22. 22 Material Collected by CARE Drop-Off Sites (Annual)  2019 lbs collected YTD: 53% of total 2018 lbs collected  Q2 2019 lbs collected: 46% increase over Q2 2018 lbs collected; 73% increase over Q2 2017 lbs collected
  23. 23. 23 Total Drop-off Sites
  24. 24. 24 Drop-Off Site Program Summary  63 operational CARE Drop-Off Sites in 50 CA counties by end of Q2  175 operational private sites reported at the end of Q2 *Cost/Capita uses updated Census information as available Data Collected 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 (YTD) Hauling Cost (K $) $54 $309 $371 $346 $475 $191 Storage Cost (K $) $24 $52 $89 $132 $172 $100 Recycling Fees (K $) $3 $45 $153 $200 $284 $146 TOTAL Cost (K $) $81 $406 $613 $678 $930 $436 Average Cost/lb Collection $0.14 $0.17 $0.15 $0.10 $0.12 $0.10 Average Cost/Capita* $0.08 $0.05 $0.01 $0.006 $0.005 $0.004 Pounds Collected (K lbs) 560 2,378 4,141 6,852 7,945 4,183 Private Drop-Off Site N/A 201 200 216 117 175 Public Drop-Off Site 14 23 32 44 53 63 Annual Data Summary
  25. 25. 25 Recommendations to SFOC
  26. 26. 26 Recommendations for SFOC Approval 1) Approve CSE subsidy $357.3 K 2) Approve Processor subsidy $1,919.4 K 3) Approve Manufacturer subsidy $1,439.3 K 4) Approve Program costs $677.7 K 5) Approve Administrative costs $418.2 K Total Payout: $4,812.0 K
  27. 27. End of Review

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