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1 Shane Wright, Danielle Gregory, Chet Manning, Hector Alanis

2 Production 10,000 person development Each person produces 5 pounds of waste per day This means 350,000 pounds of trash per week Each truck can handle 18,750 pounds per load and 5 loads per day Only two trucks needed Landfill Capacity 12 year Capable of holding roughly 265,000 CY of solid waste 20 year Capable of holding 430,000 CY of solid waste

3 Operating Cost20-Year Truck Driver$30,000 Equipment$42,000 Facility Manager$60,000 Truck Maintenance$10,000 Gas$12,000 Total$154,000 Capital Cost20-Year Liner (clay, and plastic)$250,000 Bulldozer$70,000 Trash Compactor$85,000 Truck$250,000 Dirt Work ($5/yd^3)$1,000,000 Paved Area$200,000 Filter Fabric$6,000 Leachate System$100,000 Total$2,211,000  Landfill budget includes:  Infrastructure  Construction  Gas  Maintenance  Employee wages

4  Differences between 12-Year and 20-Year Lifespans include:  Construction Costs  Total Liner  Filter Fabric  Total number of landfill closures and openings Operating Cost12-Year Truck Driver$30,000 Equipment$42,000 Facility Manager$60,000 Truck Maintenance$10,000 Gas$12,000 Total$154,000 Capital Cost12-Year Liner (clay, and plastic)$132,600 Bulldozer$70,000 Trash Compactor$85,000 Truck$250,000 Dirt Work ($5/yd^3)$665,000 Paved Area$200,000 Filter Fabric$3,300 Leachate System$100,000 Total$1,755,900

5  Assumptions  Interest rate of 7%  Lifespan, and capital and operating costs shown above  Yearly income of $288,000 found using current Brazos Valley tipping fees of $30/ton  60 year analysis  Option 1 (20 years) is $100,000 cheaper than Option 2 (12 years)

6  How to Pay  Cost of Landfill:  $157 per household in entire city  $1,480 per household in neighborhood  Grants  Covers % of the leachate system cost  Bonds  7% interest, 10 Years  Total Capital Cost: $3.7 Million  Potential Bonds  Performance bond  General Revenue Bonds

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9 Will meet TCEQ requirements 430,000 cy volume, 5 acre Footprint 25 ft deep and 25 feet above grade 125’ buffer zone around landfill Will utilize a 1600 sq ft work area and compact a 3ft depth of trash 6” cover over compacted trash Work area will be able to process 177,000 lbs of trash Waiting and truck inspection area at landfill entrance

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11  Go With 12 year landfill design, cheaper upfront cost, higher long term cost  Coordinate with the City of College Station to make use of the Twin City Landfill.


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