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1 Northeast Resource Recovery Association CONSOLIDATION PROGRAM Marilyn Weir ~ NRRA Member Services Working Together to Make Recycling Strong!

2 - Basic Concept - Benefits - Who May not Benefit - NRRA Sites - Other Consolidation Sites - Product Marketed - Keene Fibers & BCEP-Pittsfield sites AGENDA Consolidation Programs

3 -How Does it Pittsfield -Challenges -Price Comparisons – PETE, OCC, Steel Cans -NRRA Purchasing Material Program -FAQ -Testimonials - Future AGENDA Consolidation Programs

4 CONSOLIDATION Basic Concept To consolidate small quantities of presorted recyclables from multiple municipalities Bring to one central location to create full loads of like product for marketing Members Helping Members Basic Concept Working Together to Make Recycling Strong!

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6 Benefits… - Facilities do not have to wait for full loads of material before marketing - Storage requirements are reduced - Facility efficiency is increased - Scheduled routine pickups / deliveries - Capture Market “highs” - Higher revenues may be obtained - May allow for additional material to be recycled - Material Movement in down market - Members helping Members CONSOLIDATION Benefits

7 Who may not benefit…. - Facilities who have storage enough to make full loads - Facilities with the capability of producing standard size, heavy weight bales to meet maximize load weight - Facilities located in close proximity to a mill / market and/or are able to deliver material CONSOLIDATION Benefits

8 - Alternative Avenues - CONSOLIDATION NRRA Sites BCEP, Pittsfield, NH – delivered or p/u arranged accepts presorted baled / packaged product (fibers, plastics, steel/aluminum cans, electronics, bulbs, etc.) limited loose material accepted; An on-site vendor electronics / bulb trailer Keene Fibers, Keene, Recycling Center - delivered accepts presorted loose product (fibers & commingled) Lebanon, Recycling Center Tire Consolidation Host site – delivered Nov Aug – 224 tons handled Consolidation sites Working Together to Make Recycling Strong!

9 - Alternative Avenues - CONSOLIDATION NRRA Sites BCEP, Pittsfield, NH – delivered or p/u arranged accepts presorte baled / packaged product (fibers, plastics, steel/aluminum cans, electronics, bulbs, etc.) limited loose material accepted; An on-site vendor electronics / bulb trailer Keene Fibers, Keene, Recycling Center - delivered accepts presorted loose product (fibers & commingled) Lebanon, Recycling Center Tire Consolidation Host site – delivered Nov Aug – 224 tons handled Consolidation sites Working Together to Make Recycling Strong!

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11 - Alternative Avenues - CONSOLIDATION NRRA Sites Processed Glass Aggregate (PGA) accepts glass beverage & food containers, porcelain, ceramics, mirrors, window glass, Pyrex, etc. NRRA’s eight (8) Host Sites: Epping, ERRCO Goffstown, Transfer Station Keene, Recycling Center Hopkinton, Recycling/Transfer Station Littleton, Transfer Station New London, Town Pit Springfield, Highway Dept. Wakefield, Transfer Station In 2009 processed 5,924+ tons Consolidation sites Working Together to Make Recycling Strong!

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13 - Alternative Avenues - CONSOLIDATION Other Consolidation Sites Swanzey, Marlborough, Fitzwilliam, Troy, NH -Plastics Consolidation Program Town’s deliver their baled plastics to Swanzey’s facility to take advantage of full load pricing Coos County Recycling Ctr., W. Stewartstown,NH Supports pre-sorted recyclables from 5 Transfer Stations & 9 Towns - Milk Runs to pick up loose material (roll-offs & gaylords) from: Pittsburg/Clarksville W. Stewartstown/Columbia/Lemmington, VT Colebrook Canaan, VT Norton/Averill,VT Consolidation sites Working Together to Make Recycling Strong!

14 Product Marketed Keene Fibers: July 2009 to July 2010 Incoming & Marketed Loose Material: Commingled: 375 tons ** Mixed paper: 1,218 tons OCC:2,043 ton **Commingled sorted & processed: Aluminum & Steel Cans Plastics: #1 PETE; #2 HDPE Nat, #2 HDPE Colors Glass – clear, brown, green Revenue Sharing concept on Fibers CONSOLIDATION Marketed Product

15 - Alternative Avenues - CONSOLIDATION NRRA Sites BCEP, Pittsfield, NH – delivered or p/u arranged accepts presorte baled / packaged product (fibers, plastics, steel/aluminum cans, electronics, bulbs, etc.) limited loose material accepted; An on-site vendor electronics / bulb trailer Keene Fibers, Keene, Recycling Center - delivered accepts presorted loose product (fibers & commingled) Lebanon, Recycling Center Tire Consolidation Host site – delivered Nov Aug – 224 tons handled Consolidation sites Working Together to Make Recycling Strong!

16 BCEP, Pittsfield, NH – 2009: Shipped to market: 70 loads 2,298,911 lbs or 1135 tons 12 different commodities: Fibers: #8 News; OCC; Mixed Paper Aluminum & Steel Cans Plastics: #1 PETE; #2 HDPE Nat, # 2 HDPE Colors #2 HDPE “Z”; #1-#7; Electronics & Bulbs Able to capture market “highs” Steel Cans: $400 gt vs. $270 gt Aluminum Cans: $.92 lbs. vs. $.74 lbs. Learning process helped NRRA refine program to better service each municipality Product Marketed Marketed Product

17 - Alternative Avenues - CONSOLIDATION NRRA Sites BCEP, Pittsfield, NH – delivered or p/u arranged accepts presorte baled / packaged product (fibers, plastics, steel/aluminum cans, electronics, bulbs, etc.) limited loose material accepted; An on-site vendor electronics / bulb trailer Keene Fibers, Keene, Recycling Center - delivered accepts presorted loose product (fibers & commingled) Lebanon, Recycling Center Tire Consolidation Host site – delivered Nov Aug – 224 tons handled Consolidation sites Working Together to Make Recycling Strong!

18 - Alternative Avenues - CONSOLIDATION How does it BCEP, Pittsfield location? -Milk runs, within a reasonably distance of central facility (50+/- miles) - NRRA arranges/coordinates trucking based on Town’s inventory and schedule - Deliveries are accepted with pre-arrangements - Baled / packaged products accepted: Fibers: OCC, Mixed Paper, #8 New Plastics: #1 PETE, #2 HDPE NAT, #2 HDPE Colors; #2 “Z” Steel & Aluminum Cans Electronics Bulbs, etc. (see spec. sheet) How Does it work…. Working Together to Make Recycling Strong!

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20 - Alternative Avenues - CONSOLIDATION How does it BCEP, Pittsfield location? - Upon incoming each Town’s product (bales) is weighed, tallied & recorded (by Town) - Product is processed & consolidated with other municipalities’ material & marketed at full load pricing. - When marketed, the Town whose material arrived 1 st gets shipped 1 st. (Loads are coded by incoming date) How Does it work…. Working Together to Make Recycling Strong!

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22 Challenges … Additional processing and handling charges Potential for some delay in shipping your products Additional transportation charges may be incurred Arranging Scheduled Routine Pickups - Alternative Avenues - CONSOLIDATION Challenges Working Together to Make Recycling Strong!

23 Price comparisons - PETE Heavy full loads vs light loads Recent Loads shipped to Market: #1 PETE - shipped on 7/22/10 43,255 lbs marketed Member received $.115 lb. after all handling/processing charges Compared to: Full load of PETE $.08 - $.13 lb. Mixed plastics full load; $.095 lb. for PETE Mixed commodity trailer: $.04 lb. for PETE CONSOLIDATION Price Comparison

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25 Price comparisons - OCC Heavy full loads vs light loads Recent Loads shipped to Market: OCC - shipped on 7/21/10 49,400 lbs marketed Member received $99/ton after all handling/processing charges Compared to: Full load of OCC: $105 - $110 CONSOLIDATION Price Comparison

26 - Alternative Avenues - CONSOLIDATION NRRA Sites BCEP, Pittsfield, NH – delivered or p/u arranged accepts presorte baled / packaged product (fibers, plastics, steel/aluminum cans, electronics, bulbs, etc.) limited loose material accepted; An on-site vendor electronics / bulb trailer Keene Fibers, Keene, Recycling Center - delivered accepts presorted loose product (fibers & commingled) Lebanon, Recycling Center Tire Consolidation Host site – delivered Nov Aug – 224 tons handled Consolidation sites Working Together to Make Recycling Strong!

27 Price comparisons – STEEL CANS Heavy full loads vs light loads Recent Loads shipped to Market: Steel Cans shipped on 7/16/10 43,280 marketed Member received $ $ /gt after all handling/processing charges Compared to: Full load of Steel Cans: $217-$236 /gt Delivered to local facility: $75 or $145/ gt CONSOLIDATION Price Comparison

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29 NRRA buys UBCs and Steel Cans: Member Options: - Ship / deliver to local facility & paid current rate - Ship / deliver to NRRA Consolidation facility; member paid when marketed - NRRA will purchase material and pay member at market price or better - guaranteed; Allows for current FY revenue vs. waiting and/or taking the risk (NOTE: NRRA places this material into Consolidation) CONSOLIDATION NRRA Purchasing Material NRRA Purchasing

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31 FAQs - Market highs and lows - some gamble as with any market change - Delay in going to Market - need material for full load - pricing / market change -When will my load ship? -1 st in – 1 st out -Why do you reprocess / rebale? - Density / contamination - What are my upfront costs? - Transportation charges - What do I have in inventory? - Activity Reports upon request CONSOLIDATION FAQs

32 Testimonials Peg, Northfield…. “NRRA’s Pilot program was introduced to us in Dec.’08 when the bottom dropped out of the recycle markets...to find alternatives to our rising transportation costs and declining revenues from our recycling programs, we joined this program and have been in ever since. We keep our transportation costs down while still generating revenue from our recyclables” Justin, Gilmanton…. “having the convenience of moving multiple commodities.. getting cleaned out & rid of everything at once” Scott, Moultonborough ….”solves my storage problems and gets our material to market” CONSOLIDATION Testimonials

33 Future…… Seeking Additional Consolidation Sites Additional material accepted Rigid plastics Shrink Wrap On-site storage trailers for mixed commodities Help Address Transfer Station Managers & Operators with their challenges For additional information contact your NRRA Member Services representative or me directly at: Marilyn Weir – Ext. 11 CONSOLIDATION Future

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35 Thank you Your participation is greatly appreciated! Northeast Resource Recovery Association Members Helping Members Working Together to Make Recycling Strong!


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