We think you have liked this presentation. If you wish to download it, please recommend it to your friends in any social system. Share buttons are a little bit lower. Thank you!
Presentation is loading. Please wait.
Published byJenny Doran
Modified over 2 years ago
Collecting Paint for Recycling in New Hampshire Marc Morgan HHW Coordinator
What are we talking about? Household generated waste paint Oil-based Water-based (Latex) Paint used on exterior or interior wood products
What am I NOT Talking About? Thinners Marine paints Industrial paints Automotive paints Non-household paints
What is the BIG Deal? HHW Vendors say that paint makes up between 60%-70% of waste collected at events Nearly $500,000 annually for NH residents 69,000 gallons collected in 2004
What can I do about it? Educate yourself and staff Contact a vendor Get storage supplies Start collecting paint for recycling Special permits not needed for recycling
Educate Yourself and Staff You are on your way Develop a plan Update operating plan Inform the DES Find out what paint is acceptable with vendor
Plan Ahead Do some research about quantities Look at other programs Find out what your town’s needs are Talk with vendors Remember: Prior Planning Prevents Poor Performance
Contact a Vendor Set up meetings Ask around Visit facilities Contact receiving state/country Negotiate pricing and services
Storage Supplies Sump pallets Wrangler packs Spill equipment PPE
Start Collecting Talk with others that have been there Train your staff Work with vendor for market specifications Local outreach Notify local fire department
Storage Keep paint in wrangler packs Label containers Allow aisle space Ship out before winter Keep area clean Place fire extinguisher in area
What is Next? Inform the public Stay informed Monitor program Consider a paint reuse program for both oil and latex
Leftover Paint Management Impact on Local Government Programs Kimbra Andrews, Management Analyst Household Hazardous Waste Program San Joaquin County Department.
Megan Warfield, Washington State Department of Ecology NAHMMA Northwest Chapter Conference, June 2013.
Household Hazardous Waste In New Hampshire Marc Morgan HHW Program Coordinator.
New Hanover County New Hanover County HHW & e-Waste Collection Facility Department of Environmental ManagementOctober 2014 Joe Suleyman Director of Environmental.
Minnesota’s Household and Small Business Hazardous Waste Collection Infrastructure and Regulatory Structure Jennifer Volkman MPCA, Statewide HHW Coordinator.
Material Recovery Specialists 177 Wales Ave. Tonawanda NY SERVICE GROUP (NY), INC. AL the.
Managing HHW at Municipal Transfer Stations Basic Requirements for Collecting and Storing HHW.
Industrial Inspections Making Good Inspections Better David Long EPA Region 6.
June 2012 US Foreclosure Activity Florida Foreclosure Rate Heat Map.
Nursing Assistant Monthly Copyright © 2011 Delmar, Cengage Learning. All rights reserved. Fire Prevention and Preparedness: The CNA’s Role November 2011.
HHW Program – Paint Recycling. Pat Grogan - ECOFLO, Inc. HHW Contractor Since Census = 974,300.
Copyright Progressive Business Publications Handling Hazardous Wastes.
MRW Handling MRW = HHW + Conditionally Exempt Small Quantity Hazardous Waste Generators (CESQGs) Guidelines for facility development and permitting first.
OMNI FACILITY SERVICES Copyright Progressive Business Publications Handling Hazardous Wastes.
Presented by: Cheryl Burton-Fentress Household Hazardous Waste Program Manager Harris County Watershed Protection Group NAHMMA Conference 2015 HOW TO ENSURE.
Say What You Mean, Mean What You Say Marc Morgan, Household Hazardous Waste Coordinator NH Department of Environmental Services.
Our Vision – Healthier Kansans living in safe and sustainable environments.
Waste Reduction and Pollution Prevention in Solid Waste and Construction and Maintenance “Putting Waste in its Place” Steve Brachman UW- Extension Solid.
1 Recycling and Management of Universal Wastes T he Institution Recycling Network Dana Draper
Managing Special Wastes With a little help From our Friends!
CITY OF FORT LAUDERDALE Multi-Family Recycling Guide.
Kitsap County’s Reuse Program Rick Gilbert Moderate Risk Waste Program Manager Rick Gilbert Moderate Risk Waste Program Manager.
Bill Worrell, P.E. Manager San Luis Obispo County Integrated Waste Management Authority San Luis Obispo, California.
Creating a Safety Culture How Does One Create a “Safety Culture” in the Laboratory? Start by Making Safe Science as Important as Good Science.
RECYCLING COMPLEX Dana Storts, Manager GREENE COUNTY ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES.
CONSTRUCTION WASTE. Hazardous Materials (paint thinner, spray paint, solvent, pesticide, striping paint, acid, bleach) Products (Non-hazardous: sand,
A Small Spill Is a Big Deal Water Quality Division Inspection and Enforcement.
DEVELOPING A FACILITY INSPECTION PROGRAM Or How To Make Sure The Facility You Inspect is Operating Successfully Morson Environmental Consulting, Inc.
Joseph Zanoni, PhD, MILR UIC School of Public Health.
Paint Stewardship Program NAHMMA Conference Los Angeles, CA September 20, 2012 Marjaneh Zarrehparvar Executive Director.
Understanding the possible risks FACTSHEET 6 Food and Garden Organics Best Practice Collection Manual.
Mecklenburg County Electronics Recycling Program October 22, 2001.
Promoting Local Recycling Kathleen Hennings, Environmental Specialist Sr. Scott Flagg, Environmental Specialist Sr. Iowa Department of Natural Resources.
Used Oil and Oily Wastes 4-1(a) Activities That Produce Used Oil n Routine oil changes or repairs n Oily parts drip when placed on the floor or are carried.
Monroe County Population approximately 74,809; 54,8181 residential homes; About 65% full time residents; 5 cities + Unincorporated County; 2012 there.
Pollution Prevention for Homeowners New Hampshire’s Paint and Pesticides Projects New Hampshire’s Paint and Pesticides Projects 2005 Environmental Summit.
Disposing of Hazardous Waste By: Ryan and Tim How to Dispose of Chemicals -Recycle or reuse as much as possible - Dispose at least 150 ft away from water.
Recycling The Basics. Will Wyman. Small Business & Local Government Assistance Section.
Conestoga Wood Specialties Corporation Businesses for the Bay Annual Meeting November 3, 2005.
MN Paint Stewardship Project Update Solid Waste Management Coordinating Board Meeting, February 25, 2009.
Hazardous Waste Management. What is Hazardous Waste EPA Definition: A material is a hazardous waste if due to its quantity, concentration, physical, chemical.
Ron Pridgeon NC Division of Pollution Prevention & Environmental Assistance
MAINE DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION MAINE DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION Protecting Maine’s Air, Land and Water MAINE.
1 IMPLEMENTATION OF OIL AND GAS UPSTREAM PROJECT IN MAXIMO.
Workshop Measurement Is This Possible? Marina Project Sara J. Johnson, M.S. New Hampshire Pollution Prevention Program Marina Project Coordinator.
2010 Spokane Reuse Program Geoffrey D. Glenn, CHMM City of Spokane, Department of Solid Waste Management.
HHW Reuse Program Andrew Judkins Megan Hutton NAHMMA Conference 2010.
Environmental Compliance FOG Program Basics & South San Francisco/San Bruno Program Presented for: Be Sewer Smart Summit 2012 Presented by: Rob Lecel Sr.
Computer Collection Events Presented by Bryan Ukena.
© 2017 SlidePlayer.com Inc. All rights reserved.