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1 ABDA Training Module 4: Depot Training

2 Contents Basic Sorting – ABCRC ISB packaging and pallet stacking
BCMB Database CVR Form ABCRC Audit Process Progressive Action Policy

3 Basic Sorting - ABCRC Aluminum Cans HDPE PET Glass Bi-Metal

4 Basic Sorting – (cont.) Paperboard Drink Pouches / Gabletop Tetra Brik
Other Plastics (for 0-1L, contains PET Color, all HDPE, polypropylene, and #3, #6, #7 plastics, for >1L, contains PET color, HDPE color, polypropylene and #3, #6, #7 plastics)

5 Schedule A (from ABDA-ABCRC Service Agreement)
CRIS Code Beverage Container Colour Sort Shipping Container Standard Units Standard Dozens Bag Tag 1006 Aluminum 0 – 1 Litre Mega-Bag 1800 150 Manila 4003 PET Over 1 Litre Clear & light blue-tint 300 25 Yellow 4006 PET Litre Clear & light blue-tint 960 80 White 4303 HDPE Over 1 Litre Natural 240 20 Orange 4603 Plastics (Other) Over 1 Litre See list below 264 22 Ft. Green 4606 Plastics (Other) 0 – 1 Litre Mega Bag 1500 125 Red 8001 Bag-in-a-Box One-Way Bag 108 12 9 1 Blue 3003 Glass Over 1 Litre Glass Bag 420 35 Pink 3006 Glass 0 – 1 Litre Green 3501 Ceramics 0 – 1 Litre One-way Bag 5003 Tetra Brik Over 1 Litre 36 3 5006 Tetra Brik 0 – 1 Litre 1200 100 Salmon 6003 Gable Top Over 1 Litre Brown 6006 Gable Top 0 – 1 Litre 720 60 Purple 2003 Bi-Metal Over 1 Litre 360 30 2006 Bi-Metal 0 – 1 Litre 7006 Drink Pouches 0 – 1 Litre 7008 Aerosol 0 – 1 Litre 24 2 4023 Key Keg 6

6 Clear vs Color PET/HDPE
Threshold is the light-blue Dasani Bottle Dasani looks clear in this picture, any way we can improve the distinction?

7 ISB packing ISBs can be packed in existing packaging, or packed into “repack” trays. All bottles must be checked for damage and removed if chipped or broken.

8 Other Containers There are three other types of bottles that go to BDL: Sleeman, Steamwhistle and Tree Brewery You are also required to purchase broken ISBs, provided they do not pose a safety risk to you or your staff These containers must be added as an extra layer on top of your pallet

9 Pallet Building Each layer should have the opposite configuration as the layer underneath. Depots are expected to stack 7 layers per pallet unless agreed to with BDL

10 Finishing off the Pallet
Affix the label onto the narrow side of the pallet Secure the top and middle layers with twine or plastic string

11 BCMB Database Tool for checking which beverage containers are registered username : depot password : collection

12 BCMB Database (cont.) Full instructions can be found in the E-Access Guide, which can be found on the AlbertaDepot.ca Depot section

13 Container Validation Request Form (CVR Form)
Formerly known as suspicious container form Used to identify unregistered containers Concern is about large loads of containers from Out of Province, direct from Manufacturer or without deposit paid Fill out even if customer leaves, and send to BCMB BCMB will alert Depots in the area

14 CVR (cont.)

15 CVR (cont.)

16 ABCRC Audit Process 3 types of Audits Random/Random Target/Random
Computer-generated audit Non-Depot specific Used to measure performance of the system Cannot be used to extrapolate Target/Random Computer-generated audits Can be Depot specific Used to measure performance of a Depot Can be used to extrapolate on entire load Target/Target Employee-generated audit Non-depot specific Used to verify count in a specific bag

17 ABCRC Audit Process (cont.)
2 Methodologies Manual Counts Containers thrown down large tubes with counting mechanism at the bottom one by one Mis-sorted containers removed and kept aside INSERT VIDEO

18 ABCRC Audit Process (cont.)
Automated Counts (Aluminum Cans only) Containers loaded into an AnkerAnderson counting machine Crushed containers put down chutes (similar to manual counts) Mis-sorted containers removed and kept aside INSERT VIDEO

19 ABCRC Audit Process Two Zones
If Actual Count is within 2.5% of Expected Count (count noted on tag, or if none, Standard Count) Depot is paid on Expected count If Actual Count is more than 2.5% from Expected Count Depot is paid Deposit and Handling Commission on Actual Count Depot is paid Deposit on mis-sorted containers but no Handling Commission If bags of the same material stream average over 2.5%, average is extrapolated over the whole material stream for that load

20 ABCRC Audit Process (cont.)
Mis-tagged bags If more than 50% of containers in bag are of a different material stream, then tag is changed to the new material stream Expected Count is changed to Standard Count of new material stream - if tag does not match the material stream, or if count is different from Standard Count, write it on all parts of the tag

21 ABCRC Audit Process (cont.)
Communications ABCRC will contact Depot within 1 Business Day of off-load and identify which bags are being audited ABCRC will contact Depot within 2 Business Days of audit to communicate results Depot has until end of next business day of Depot Operations to communicate intention if challenging the result

22 ABCRC Audit Process (cont.)
If Depot does not communicate intent, it will be assumed that Depot agrees with result If Depot challenging the result, it has 3 Business Days to arrange for re-count If Depot cannot attend a re-count, the ABDA and/or BCMB can attend on their behalf Depot must communicate all intentions by fax or electronically Can a depot require BCMB to attend a recount of any audit if requested?

23 Depot Progressive Action Policy (PAP)
PAP is meant to allow the BCMB to take action when Depots are not in compliance with accuracy and reporting for shipments There are two ways of entering the PAP: a. Variance in Expected Count of containers in one load b. Variance over a 3-month rolling period

24 PAP (cont.) Variance over a load:
Variance Zones for a single shipping container Zone 1: 0% - 2.5% variance of Actual from Expected Zone 2: 2.5% - 3.5% variance of Actual from Expected Zone 3: >3.5% variance of Actual from Expected Variance on material stream: Material stream variance of over 7% of Actual from Expected in any one audit

25 PAP (cont.) Entrance Criteria Material Stream Variance of over 7%
3 month average of audits have per bag variance of over $2.25 What about overall trend toward 0.5%?

26 PAP (cont.) Movement between Zones Levels
Zone 1 audit results in going down in Levels Zone 2 audit results in staying at the same Level Zone 3 audit results in increasing in Level Levels Level 1 : Least Concern  used as indication that something went wrong at Depot Level 2 : Increased Concern  ABDA is now notified Level 3 : Critical Phase  negative audit may mean BCMB Board review of Depot Permit

27 PAP (cont.) Compliance Fees Grace Period
When in PAP, Zone 2 and 3 audits result in $200 levy When in Level 2 or 3 and Zone 2 or 3 audit result, audit costs are applied on a per bag basis of $50 Grace Period A 10 day grace period is given in between PAP audits to give the Depot time to make operational changes

28 PAP (cont.)

29 PAP (cont.)


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