Managing and Transforming Waste Streams Tool

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# Hide High-light Policy or Program Policy or Program Description  Sector(s)    Material or Product Group help Diversion Potential
 
Upstream Impacts
 
Local Authority
  
Receptivity    Staff Knowledge
  
Community Led Initiatives
  
      FLT FLT2 FLT FLT DD DD DDb DDc DDb DDc
1 High Diversion Goal/Plan Adopt a goal and plan for reaching 50% or more diversion from landfilling and combustion by a specific year through reduce and reuse as well as recycling and composting.
Examples and Resources
Community Various Med Med Med Med Med Easy
2 Zero Waste Goal/Plan Adopt a goal and plan for reaching 90% or more diversion from landfilling and combustion by a specific year through reduce and reuse as well as recycling and composting. Consider renaming the Solid Waste Department to the Zero Waste Department.
Examples and Resources
Community Various High High Med Diff High Easy
3 Goal Integration Across Plans Make linkages between achieving high diversion and how this would serve objectives of other plans for the community, including Climate Action, Sustainability, General and Economic Development Plans.
Examples and Resources
Community Various Med Med Med Easy Med Easy
4 Zero Waste Goals for Organics Adopt a Zero Food Waste hierarchy; adopt a goal to phase out compostable organics from refuse collection and from entering local transfer stations landfills or incinerators.
Examples and Resources
Community Organics High Med High Diff Med Med
5 Landfill Ban - Organics Adopt an ordinance to limit, then ban organics from refuse collection and from entering local transfer stations, landfills and incinerators; support adoption regionally and statewide after expanding composting and digestion programs as needed.
Examples and Resources
Community Organics High High Med Diff High Diff
6 Landfill Ban - Recyclables Adopt an ordinance to ban specific recyclable or toxic materials from entering local transfer stations, landfills, and incinerators.
Examples and Resources
Community Paper, Plastics, Metals, Glass, Electronics, HHW, C&D, Various High High Med Diff High Diff
7 Lead by Example - Green Procurement (voluntary) Encourage green purchasing practices; pursue regional purchasing cooperatives to buy recycled products; adopt the precautionary principle for purchases and services and support regionally.
Examples and Resources
Govt Various Low High Low Easy Low Med
8 Lead by Example - Green Procurement (mandatory) Require green purchasing practices in contractual agreements.
Examples and Resources
Govt Various, Electronics Med High Med Easy Low Diff
9 Lead by Example - Zero Waste Procurement Incorporate Zero Waste objectives into contractual purchases and services, e.g., avoiding purchase of disposable goods, minimal waste in product and packaging design, product take-back services, and lifecycle analysis.
Examples and Resources
Govt Various Med High Med Easy Med Diff
10 Lead by Example - Road Construction Incorporate reusable and recycled materials into municipal road construction and maintenance projects; support adoption regionally.
Examples and Resources
Govt, C&D Projects C&D, Industrial Materials Med High Med Easy Med Med
11 Zero Waste Public Venues & Events Adopt and implement Zero Waste goals and action plans for all public venues and events. Provide training and technical assistance to venue and event coordinators, displays, and signs.
Examples and Resources
Govt Paper, Plastics, Metals, Glass, Organics Med Med Med Easy Med Med
12 Universal Provision of Service Require haulers to provide curbside recycling and/or compostable collection along with trash service for their customers within jurisdictional boundaries.
Examples and Resources
Residential, ICI Paper, Plastics, Metals, Glass, Organics High Med Med Med Med Med
13 Universal Access to Service Require haulers to offer curbside recycling and/or compostable collection along with trash service to their customers within jurisdictional boundaries.
Examples and Resources
Residential, ICI Paper, Plastics, Metals, Glass, Organics High Low Med Easy Med Med
14 Mandatory Subscription - Recycling Require all households and/or businesses and institutions within jurisdictional boundaries to sign up for recycling collection service.
Examples and Resources
Residential, ICI Paper, Plastics, Metals, Glass Med Low Med Diff Med Diff
15 Mandatory Subscription - Organics Require all households and/or businesses and institutions that dispose organics within jurisdictional boundaries to sign up for organics collection service.
Examples and Resources
Residential, ICI Organics Med Low Med Diff Med Diff
16 Pay-As-You-Throw (PAYT) Enact a volume-based fee structure for trash.
Examples and Resources
Residential, ICI Paper, Plastics, Metals, Glass, Organics High Med Med Med Med Diff
17 Mandatory Recycling / Source Separation Require by ordinance compliance of households or businesses with recycling / properly separating recyclables from refuse.
Examples and Resources
Residential, ICI Paper, Plastics, Metals, Glass High Med Med Diff High Diff
18 Mandatory Recycling Percentage Require by ordinance that owners of businesses, institutions, or multi-family complexes recycle a specific percentage of solid waste generated.
Examples and Resources
Residential, ICI Paper, Plastics, Metals, Glass, Organics High Med Med Diff High Diff
19 Mandatory Composting Require by ordinance compliance of households or businesses with composting and/or properly separating organics from refuse.
Examples and Resources
Residential, ICI Organics High Med Med Diff High Diff
20 Single Stream Recycling Streamline recyclables collection by enabling customers to place recyclables into a single bin or cart for added convenience.
Examples and Resources
Residential, ICI Paper, Plastics, Metals, Glass Med Med Med Med Low Med
21 Product Fees Adopt point-of-sale fees for products that are toxic and/or hard to reuse recycle or compost.
Examples and Resources
ICI HHW, Hard to Recycle Low Med Med Med Med Med
22 Retailer Take-back (voluntary) Encourage businesses to take back products and associated packaging, especially items that are toxic in their manufacture, use, or disposal that are not currently reusable, recyclable or compostable locally.
Examples and Resources
ICI Electronics, HHW, Hard to Recycle Low Low Low Med Low Easy
23 Retailer Take-back (mandatory) Require businesses that sell items that must be collected as HHW or are not currently reusable, recyclable, or compostable locally to take those items back for proper reuse, recycling, or disposal.
Examples and Resources
ICI Electronics, HHW, Hard to Recycle Med Low Med Diff Med Diff
24 Product & Packaging Bans Adopt ordinances that limit or ban sales of toxic or hard to recover products and product packaging.
Examples and Resources
Govt, ICI HHW, Hard to Recycle, Plastics, Various Med High Med Diff Med Diff
25 Fees on Disposable Items Adopt an ordinance that places a fee on the sale of certain disposable items, such as disposable shopping bags, to incentivize customer reuse.
Examples and Resources
ICI Plastics, Paper, Various Low High Med Diff High Diff
26 Recycling Provisions Require by ordinance that trash collection is contingent on recycling bin set out or that businesses and institutions have recycling plans and/or space for recycling.
Examples and Resources
Residential, ICI Paper, Plastics, Glass, Metals, Organics Med Low Med Diff Med Diff
27 Recycled Content Buying Cooperative Encourage local buying cooperatives or other coordinated approaches for private sector businesses and organizations to procure recycled content products.
Examples and Resources
ICI Paper, Plastics, Glass, Metals, Various Low High Low Easy Med Easy
28 Licensing with Reporting License all haulers (as an alternative to a franchise agreement or contract). Require haulers to report the amount of garbage, recyclables, and compostables collected.
Examples and Resources
Residential, ICI Paper, Plastics, Glass, Metals, Organics Med Low Med Diff High Diff
29 Trash Disposal Surcharge Enact taxes or surcharges on the disposal of municipal solid waste to increase the tipping fee relative to recycling or compost.
Examples and Resources
Residential, ICI Paper, Plastics, Glass, Metals, Organics High Med High Diff High Diff
30 Source Separation Incentives Enact discounted rates or fees for separating recyclables and/or compostables from trash.
Examples and Resources
Residential, ICI Paper, Plastics, Metals, Glass, Organics High Low High Diff High Diff
31 Lead by Example - Recycling and/or Composting Establish non-binding recycling targets with service provider; provide technical assistance across government operations (e.g., police, fire, facilities, parks and public areas, venues and events) to increase recycling and/or composting rates.
Examples and Resources
Govt Paper, Plastics, Glass, Metals, Organics, Various Low Low Med Med Med Diff
32 Zero Waste Private Venues & Events Promote setting of zero waste goals to owners/operators of private venues, e.g., sports stadiums, hotel conferences. Provide training and technical assistance to event coordinators for implementation of zero waste action plans.
Examples and Resources
ICI Paper, Plastics, Metals, Glass, Organics Med Low Low Easy Low Easy
33 Municipal Recycling Collection Services Establish curb/dockside recycling collection services for readily recyclable materials.
Examples and Resources
Residential, ICI Paper, Plastics, Metals, Glass, Organics High Low High Med Med Diff
34 Expanded Municipal Collection - Recyclables Expand curb/dockside collection services to include recyclable items that contain toxic materials or are bulky and hard to handle.
Examples and Resources
Residential, ICI Electronics, HHW, Hard to Handle, Scrap Metal, Motor Oil, Textiles Med Low High Med Med Diff
35 Expanded Municipal Collection - Yard Debris Expand existing collection services to yard debris/green waste.
Examples and Resources
Residential, ICI Organics High Low High Med Med Diff
36 Backyard/ Neighborhood Composting Encourage and provide incentives for homes, neighborhoods, schools and businesses to set up a bin for composting food and yard waste. (Considered a source reduction activity with upstream impacts.)
Examples and Resources
Residential, ICI Organics Low Med Low Easy Med Easy
37 Expanded Municipal Collection - Food Waste Expand existing collection services to food waste (and soiled paper).
Examples and Resources
Residential, ICI Organics High Low High Med Med Diff
38 Expanded Municipal Collection - Multi-Family Expand existing collection services to include multi-family units.
Examples and Resources
Residential, ICI Paper, Plastics, Metals, Glass, Organics Med Low High Diff High Diff
39 Multi-Family Technical Assistance Provide outreach and technical assistance to owners and tenants of multi-family units to address recycling and/or composting logistics and to increase tenant participation.
Examples and Resources
Residential, ICI Paper, Plastics, Metals, Glass, Organics Med Low Low Easy High Diff
40 Curbside Collection Optimization Upgrade curbside recycling and/or organics containers and improve collection efficiencies (e.g., move from bins to carts, include additional materials, consider degree of commingling).
Examples and Resources
Residential, ICI Paper, Plastics, Metals, Glass, Organics Med Low High Med High Diff
41 Expanded Authority for Service Expand municipal authority to provide or oversee collection services for sectors served by open market private haulers (if applicable).
Examples and Resources
Residential, ICI Paper, Plastics, Metals, Glass, Organics Med Low High Diff High Diff
42 Right Size Service Provide technical assistance to customers to help them select containers that are the right size for the amount of trash, recyclables, and compostables produced.
Examples and Resources
Residential, ICI Paper, Plastics, Metals, Glass, Organics Med Low Low Easy Low Diff
43 Every-Other-Week Trash Collection Modify trash collection schedule to every-other-week pickup and at the same time add or expand weekly organics collection. To reduce contamination from residences address diaper and pet waste disposal through education and/or separate pickup.
Examples and Resources
Residential, ICI Paper, Plastics, Metals, Glass, Organics Med Low High Diff Med Diff
44 Reusable or Compostable Diapers Promote alternatives to disposable diapers.
Examples and Resources
Residential Diapers Low Med Low Easy Low Diff
45 Service Provider Rewards Take actions to compensate haulers for recycling or composting, e.g., recycling rebates or worker rewards.
Examples and Resources
Residential, ICI Paper, Plastics, Metals, Glass, Organics Med Low High Med High Diff
46 Service Provider Contract and Franchise Agreement Incentives or Requirements Amend Service Provider contract or agreement to achieve high diversion by providing incentives or setting requirements, e.g., contract extensions, lower franchise frees, bonuses or liquidated damages, limited or no disposal payments, required productive use of organics.
Examples and Resources
Residential, ICI Paper, Plastics, Metals, Glass, Organics High Low High Med High Diff
47 Zero Waste Collection Infrastructure Planning Ask Service Provider to develop strategies to transform the current collection infrastructure.
Examples and Resources
Residential, ICI Paper, Plastics, Metals, Glass, Organics, Various Med Low High Easy Low Diff
48 Food Pickup for Donation Encourage pick-up and delivery of pre-consumer, edible food from food service vendors for donation to food banks or soup kitchens, e.g., by bicycle or electric cart.
Examples and Resources
ICI Organics Med Med Low Easy Med Med
49 Food Gleaning for Donation Encourage formation of "Gleaner" volunteer groups to harvest surplus crops from local farms or community gardens and distribute to food banks or soup kitchens.
Examples and Resources
Community Organics Low Med Low Easy Low Med
50 Food Waste Pickup for Composting Encourage pick-up and delivery of food waste from food service vendors for composting by community gardens or small farms if allowed, e.g., by bicycle or electric cart.
Examples and Resources
ICI Organics Low Low Low Easy Low Med
51 Food Waste Outreach & Prevention (vendors) Conduct outreach to grocery stores, restaurants, school cafeterias and other food service vendors on opportunities and practices to prevent food waste, as well as to reduce disposable food ware packaging.
Examples and Resources
ICI Organics, Paper, Plastics Low Med Low Easy Med Easy
52 Food Waste Outreach & Prevention (consumers) Conduct outreach on reducing wasted food at home.
Examples and Resources
Residential Organics Low Med Low Easy Med Med
53 Food Waste Collection Program with Private Haulers Initiate a sign-up program for businesses and institutions that discard food waste to obtain compost bins and collection service.
Examples and Resources
ICI Organics Med Low Med Easy Med Easy
54 Paper Reduction at Offices Conduct outreach on Paperless Office strategies.
Examples and Resources
ICI Paper Low Med Low Easy Low Easy
55 Best Practices Training Conduct training, e.g., site visits, walk-through audits, distribution of displays and signs to increase rates of recycling and/or composting at facilities.
Examples and Resources
Govt, ICI Paper, Plastics, Metals, Glass, Organics Low Low Low Easy Low Easy
56 Extended Producer Responsibility (legislation) Advocate for Producer Responsibility legislation and programs, e.g., through participating in Product Stewardship Councils and/or adopting local resolutions.
Examples and Resources
ICI HHW, Hard to Handle, Electronics, Various Low Med Low Med Med Easy
57 Extended Producer Responsibility (compliance) Promote producer compliance in managing the reuse, recycling and/or safe disposal of products covered by EPR legislation.
Examples and Resources
ICI HHW, Hard to Handle, Electronics, Various Low Med Med Med Med Med
58 Materials Exchange Develop or facilitate an online network to foster business-to-business connections to match unwanted material byproducts or commodities to opportunities for reuse or recycling as feedstock.
Examples and Resources
ICI Industrial Materials, C&D,  Hard to Recycle, Textiles, Electronics, Various Low Med Med Med High Med
59 Retail Reuse Promotions Encourage retail store "bargain basements" for sale of used clothes and other goods at discounted prices.
Examples and Resources
ICI Textiles, Hard to Handle, Various Low Low Low Easy Low Easy
60 Reuse Business Network Develop a network of local businesses to repair, refurbish, market, and sell used products.
Examples and Resources
ICI Various Low Med Low Easy Low Easy
61 Rental Business Promotions Help promote services that provide short term rentals of reusable goods such as tools, sports equipment, party equipment (tables, chairs, serving utensils), as well as sharing websites.
Examples and Resources
ICI Various Low Low Low Easy Low Easy
62 Recognition & Certification Programs (local) To increase the level of participation in recycling and composting programs, provide recognition for successes through a Green Business program or a Zero Waste Businesses or Schools program.
Examples and Resources
ICI Various Low Low Low Med Med Easy
63 Recognition & Certification Programs (national) To encourage businesses and institutions to adopt and implement zero waste or high diversion goals and plans, help connect them to national recognition and/or certification programs.
Examples and Resources
ICI Various Med Low Low Easy Low Easy
64 C&D Policy Incentives – Adaptive Reuse Provide incentives to developers, e.g., streamlined permit review, permit fee reductions, flexibility in parking requirements, to support "adaptive reuse" of older or historic buildings to new uses.
Examples and Resources
C&D projects C&D Med High Med Med High Diff
65 Demolition Permit Publication Require publication in the local newspaper of all building demolition permit applications to solicit salvage of reusable items by deconstruction firms.
Examples and Resources
C&D projects C&D Low High Med Med High Diff
66 C&D Diversion  Requirements Adopt requirements for C&D recycling/reuse in a C&D or Green Building ordinance or building permit.
Examples and Resources
C&D projects C&D High High Med Diff High Diff
67 C&D Mandatory Source Separation Require contractors to separate recyclable C&D debris from non-recyclable materials and sort the recyclables on site by staff or a service. Alternatively, require the recycled materials be hauled to a facility that sorts C&D materials.
Examples and Resources
C&D projects C&D Med Low Med Diff High Diff
68 C&D Policy Incentives – Recycling Update Green Building Policy to provide incentives attractive to developers, e.g., higher development ratios, lower set-backs, or credits for use of materials made from recycled content or for on-site reuse and recycling.
Examples and Resources
C&D projects C&D Low Low Med Diff High Diff
69 C&D Recycling/Reuse Guidance Prepare and post on the web a how-to deconstruction and services guide.
Examples and Resources
C&D projects C&D Low Low Low Easy Low Easy
70 C&D Service Rate Incentives Require C&D processing facility(ies) to provide financial incentives to increase recovery rates, e.g., lower tipping fees, pre-sorting discounts, coupons, and/or expedited service.
Examples and Resources
C&D projects C&D High Low High Med Med Diff
71 C&D Permit Incentives - Refundable Fee Charge a deposit for permitted projects, refundable upon permittee demonstrating that a high percentage, e.g., 75%, of C&D debris has been delivered to a recovery facility.
Examples and Resources
C&D projects C&D High Low Med Diff Med Med
72 C&D Permit Incentives - Preference & Credits Give preferential treatment and/or permit credits for projects that meet Green Building/Sustainable Building Product policies.
Examples and Resources
C&D projects C&D Low Low Med Med Low Med
73 Website Content -Recycling/Reuse Directory Create a searchable local or regional directory specific to sector and/or industry of how and where to recycle or drop off used consumer products.
Examples and Resources
Community Various Low Low Low Easy Low Med
74 Website Content - Green Products & Services Directory Create a searchable local or regional directory of businesses that offer green products or services, including vendor contact information.
Examples and Resources
Community Various Low Low Low Easy Low Med
75 Social Marketing Develop a social marketing/behavior change marketing program to find the best means to motivate people to reduce, reuse, recycle, and compost.
Examples and Resources
Community Various Med Low Low Easy Med Med
76 Outreach & Education Promote best practices for source reduction or organize volunteer opportunities for residents to promote waste reduction, reuse, recycling and composting.
Examples and Resources
Community Various Low Low Low Easy Low Easy
77 Healthy Soils - Landscapes Require or offer incentives for use of compost to restore soil, e.g., through local stormwater ordinances or programs for retrofitting residential and commercial landscapes; support carbon farm projects.
Examples and Resources
C&D projects, ICI, Residential Organics Med Med High Med Med Diff
78 Healthy Soils - Locally Grown Food  Support the establishment of community gardens, urban agriculture, and farmers markets offering organic, locally grown food, e.g., by enacting changes to local zoning ordinances.
Examples and Resources
Community Organics Low Med High Med Med Diff
79 Repair/Reuse Workshops Sponsor or organize product repair workshops or reuse workshops with local service clubs.
Examples and Resources
Community Various Low Low Low Easy Low Easy
80 Market Development Opportunities Assessment Assess the state of existing local and regional markets for materials across the waste stream; study service voids for missed opportunities to recover commodities. Shape strategic action plans around the findings.
Examples and Resources
Community Various Low Low Low Easy Med Easy
81 Recycling Market Development Zone Launch/participate in a regional initiative to encourage businesses to use recycled materials in their manufacturing processes for new products; collaborate with local economic development staff to provide financial, siting, permit, feedstock, and marketing assistance and incentives to businesses.
Examples and Resources
Community Paper, Plastics, Metals, Glass, Organics, C&D Various Med High Low Easy Med Med
82 Rural Recycling Marketing Cooperative Collaborate with neighboring small communities to jointly market recyclable materials to attract buyers and receive more competitive pricing from bulk volumes.
Examples and Resources
Community Paper, Plastics, Metals, Glass, Various Low Low Low Med Med Med
83 Drop-Off - Recyclables Partner with nonprofit agencies, e-Steward recyclers, or B-corporation certified recyclers to accept and/or establish locations in the community for drop-off of recyclable items, including those that contain toxics or are bulky and hard to handle.
Examples and Resources
Community Electronics, Textiles, HHW, Scrap Metal, Hard to Handle, Various Low Low Med Easy Low Easy
84 Drop-Off - Reusables Partner with nonprofit agencies and local retailers to accept and/or establish locations in the community for drop-off of reusable or refurnishable items, including those that are bulky and hard to handle.
Examples and Resources
Community Textiles, Hard to Handle, Various Low Med Med Easy Low Easy
85 Drop-Off - Compostables Partner with nonprofit agencies and local retailers to accept and/or establish locations in the community for drop-off of compostable items, such as yard debris, non-reusable wood, food waste and pet waste.
Examples and Resources
Community Organics Low Low Med Med Med Med
86 Drop-Off - Miscellaneous Promote collection hubs in the community for hazardous products, medical waste and hard to recycle items, e.g., oil, antifreeze, paint, tires, batteries, pharmaceuticals, carpet. Encourage management of collected items by manufacturers or retailers.
Examples and Resources
Community, ICI HHW, Hard to Recycle, Motor Oil, Various Low Low Med Med Med Med
87 Reuse Closet Encourage storing of unwanted office and school supplies for use by employees or staff and teachers.
Examples and Resources
ICI Various Low Low Low Easy Low Easy
88 Flea Markets, Garage Sales, and Reuse Swaps Promote local flea markets and garage sales for sale of reusable items and swaps for household goods, e.g., clothing, toys, etc.
Examples and Resources
Community Textiles, Various Low Low Low Easy Low Easy
89 Swap Shed Develop or contract for free drop and take areas or sheds at existing centers including transfer stations, recycling centers, landfills and HHW facilities.
Examples and Resources
Community HHW, Various Low Med High Easy Low Med
90 Reuse Center for Sale of Used Goods Develop or contract for reuse centers for sale of salvaged building materials and used household items.
Examples and Resources
Community, C&D projects C&D, Various Low Med High Easy Low Easy
91 Reuse Depot/Goods Bank Develop or contract for Goods Banks of reusable items for donation to social services programs, teachers, artists and/or the public.
Examples and Resources
Community Textiles, Various Low Med High Easy Low Easy
92 Resource Recovery Park or Center Develop or contract for a central facility at which reuse, recycling, and compost processing is co-located with manufacturing and retail businesses.
Examples and Resources
Residential, ICI Paper, Plastics, Glass, Metals, Organics, Various Med Low High Med Med Med
93 Center for Hard to Recycle Materials Develop or contract for facilities that accept materials that are hard to recycle for reuse, refurbishing and /or recycling.
Examples and Resources
Residential, ICI HHW, Hard to Recycle, Various Low Low High Easy Med Diff
94 Compost Processing Develop or contract for local or regional compost processing facilities for yard debris and/or food waste.
Examples and Resources
Residential, ICI Organics High Low High Med Med Diff
95 Anaerobic Digestion Develop or contract for local or regional anaerobic digestion facilities for processing food waste, Fats, Oil and Grease (FOG) and/or sewage sludge.
Examples and Resources
Residential, ICI Organics High Low High Med Med Diff
96 C&D Recovery Facility - Inerts Develop or contract for local or regional C&D Recovery facilities to recover inert materials (e.g., rock, asphalt, concrete, bricks).
Examples and Resources
C&D projects, Govt C&D High Low High Med Med Diff
97 C&D Recovery Facility - Organics Develop or contract for local or regional C&D Recovery facilities to recover organic materials (e.g., wood).
Examples and Resources
C&D projects C&D Med Low High Med Med Diff
98 Pre-Disposal Residuals Treatment Develop or contract for a facility to biologically pre-treat trash residuals before disposal to stabilize organic component.
Examples and Resources
Residential, ICI Organics Med Low High Med Med Diff
99 Pre-Disposal Salvage Develop or contract for facilities or sorting lines to remove and recover reusable, recyclable, and compostable materials from source-separated trash.
Examples and Resources
Residential, ICI Paper, Plastics, Glass, Metals, Organics Med Low High Med Med Diff
100 R&D, Museum of Bad Design Develop or contract for a research & development facility at which residual discards are evaluated and considered for prevention and redesign.
Examples and Resources
ICI Various Low Med High Med Med Med