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Cape Cod Commission Solid Waste Advisory Committee August 27, 2013.

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1 Cape Cod Commission Solid Waste Advisory Committee August 27, 2013

2  Because there should be Environmentally Friendly Competition and Alternatives!! Open Burning of Waste Landfill No Liners Landfills with Liners Incinerators WTE ADVANCED RECYCLING FACILITY

3 3  There are several businesses - ABC Disposal Service, Inc., New Bedford Waste Services, LLC, & Global Odor Control Technologies. ABC is the largest private waste and recyclable material hauling company in the Southeastern, MA marketplace.  Founded in 1967, our family owned business is a professional waste service provider in Southeastern Mass. Over our many years of service, the Company has established an outstanding reputation for providing superior and responsive customer service, which has enabled us to grow continuously.  ABC is exclusively engaged in the hauling of waste and recyclable material for commercial, industrial, residential and construction based customers. ABC has a very loyal customer base due to it’s ability to provide superior service. ABC currently services over 60,000 customers.

4  New Bedford Waste Services, LLC opened in 2002, a 1,500 tons/day MSW Transfer Station and Construction & Demolition Recycling Facility.  We added two Transfer Stations in December The Rochester Division with 890 tons/day capacity and the Sandwich Division with 625 tons/day capacity.  We also added the Recycling Division in April, 2013

5 New Bedford Waste T.S.ABC Disposal Trailer

6 6  Main Office- Corporate Offices  1245 Shawmut Ave  New Bedford Massachusetts  Recycling Division (Newly Acquired – 4/16/13)  Handling OCC, Commingle Recyclables & Single Stream Recyclables  1200 Shawmut Ave  New Bedford, MA  Maintenance / Operations Facility  1136 Shawmut Ave  New Bedford, Massachusetts  Welding and Fabrication Facility  Nash Road  New Bedford, Massachusetts  Vehicle re-conditioning Facility  1069 Shawmut Ave  New Bedford, MA  Warehouse Storage & Global Odor Control Technologies  1228 Shawmut Ave  New Bedford, MA  New Bedford Waste Services – New Bedford  MSW and C&D Processing  1245 Shawmut Ave  New Bedford, Massachusetts  Permitted to handle 1500 tons/day  New Bedford Waste Services – Rochester  MSW and C&D Transfer  48 Cranberry Highway  West Wareham, Massachusetts  Permitted to handle 890 tons/day  New Bedford Waste Services – Sandwich  C&D Transfer  295 Service Rd  Sandwich, Massachusetts  Permitted to handle 625 tons/day  Satellite Operations Facility  40 William Way  Bellingham, Massachusetts  ABC Disposal of Martha’s Vineyard  95 State Rd  Vineyard Haven, Massachusetts

7  City of New Bedford, Massachusetts - Contract  Town of Fairhaven, Massachusetts - Contract  Town of Seekonk, Massachusetts - Contract  Town of Rochester, Massachusetts - Contract  Town of Mattapoisett, Massachusetts – Contract  Town of Plymouth, Massachusetts – Contract*  Town of Wareham, Massachusetts – Private Subscription  Town of Westport, Massachusetts – Private Subscription**  Town of Lakeville, Massachusetts – Private Subscription**  Town of Dartmouth, Massachusetts – Private Subscription  Town of Carver – Private Subscription Services  Town of Norton – Private Subscription Services  Town of Rehoboth – Private Subscription Services  Town of Bridgewater – Private Subscription Services * Contract begins January 1, 2014 ** These communities are serviced utilizing Automated Side Loaders with 64 gal carts for MSW and 96 gal carts for single stream recycling

8  City of New Bedford ◦ ABC has serviced the community since The current population is approximately 93,780 with 33,000 residential units. ◦ Contact information: Ken Blanchard, Superintendent (508)  City of Seekonk ◦ ABC has serviced the community since The current population is approximately 13,500 with 4600 residential units. ◦ Contact information: Robert Lamoureux, Superintendent (508)  City of Fairhaven ◦ ABC has serviced the community since The current population is approximately 16,200 with 5500 residential units. ◦ Contact information: Vincent Furtado, DPW (508)  Town of Mattapoisett ◦ ABC has serviced these communities since The combined current population is approximately 10,000 with 4800 residential units. ◦ Contact information: Dale Barrows, Health Agent (508) ext. 218  City of Rochester ◦ ABC has serviced these communities since The combined current population is approximately 4,600 with 1900 residential units. ◦ Contact information: Karen Walega, Health Agent (508)

9  Accepts: ◦ MSW – Residential and Commercial ◦ C&D residuals from C&D processing facilities ◦ Single Stream Recyclables ◦ Source Separated Recyclables  Cardboard  Paper  Co-mingled  Plastics, Glass, Metals, Etc. ◦ Construction Demolition Debris ◦ Conveniently located at one location

10  EcoTac is not a pellet – It’s a fuel briquette with a different shape that is instrumental in it’s hydrophobic value  EcoTac is the only coal solid fuel alternative that provides a consistently high BTU fuel value. (same as coal)  EcoTac will reduce emissions of sulfur, carbon dioxide, mercury and many other pollutants.  EcoTac is manufactured in a physical shape and size that ships and stores similar to coal.  EcoTac requires no special storage facilities, nor any fuel handling retrofits, and it does not leach  EcoTac Fuel Briquettes from first facility already committed via letters of intent.

11  Using today’s most advanced technologies that continuously separate recyclable materials out of incoming MSW, that otherwise would be disposed of at landfills & WTE plants.  We anticipate being able to recycle 90% to 95% of all incoming waste materials. These materials will be either marketed to end use manufacturers, or used in the production of EcoTac.  This project will be a model that will be used to show how private industry can exceed state policy on recycling (e.g. Solid Waste Master Plan).

12  Planned roof mounted solar panels ◦ Project plans to use renewable energy to power the plant. ◦ 92,000 square foot building will accommodate 80,000 square feet of solar panels. ◦ Can generate over 1,000,000 kwh/year in solar energy. ◦ Any remaining power can be virtual net metered to other facilities.

13 We finalized our permitting with the Town of Rochester on June 25 th, 2013 MEPA approval received August 23 rd, 2013 from the Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs. We are just a few weeks from receiving the final modification of our existing permit for the Rochester facility.

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15 PROPOSED ROCHESTER FACILITY

16 SEPTEMBER 2013 Order Production Equipment & Solar Panels and begin construction FEBRUARY 2014 Delivery of Production Equipment MAY 2014 Delivery of Solar System JULY 2014 Delivery of Rolling Stock / Hi- Lift SUMMER 2014 Plant open for Production JUNE 2014 Finish Installation of Equipment, Software & Solar Panels 16

17  24,649 tons were sent to WTE plants in 2012

18 Lowest Price - $60/Ton 5 or 10 Year Terms with 2, 3, or year Options No minimum or maximum tonnage Sister company, ABC, can provide transportation as it has reliably done so for over 45 years Towns maintain right to market recyclables This is by far the most environmentally friendly method for managing Solid Waste. Higher Recycling Rate Solar Powered Facility  The full production of Eco-Tac fuel briquettes is already sold.  Many communities signed with Semass before the plant was built!!

19 Do you want to pay MORE money to have your trash burned – OR – would you like to pay LESS money and have your trash recycled at a solar powered environmentally friendly facility?


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