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1 CLOSING THE LOOPS ON LIFECYCLES: COMMERCIAL- AND COMMUNITY- SCALE WASTE MANAGEMENT AND MATERIALS RECOVERY © Orange County Sustainability Collaborative, All Rights Reserved, 2013 William Borges, OCSC Interim Chair and Former Principal Environmental Scientist – Midwest Research Institute Marialyce Pedersen, Zero Waste Expert, Author, Journalist, and Adjunct Faculty Member at Golden West College Antonia C. Graham, Irvine Valley College Adjunct Faculty Member and Public Works Analyst for the City of Placentia Stephanie Barger, Founder and Executive Director of the Earth Resource Foundation, Zero-Waste Expert, and Environmental Responsibility Educator Robert Parsley, Account Manager at ECS Refining Southern California, an e-Stewards™ and R2™ Certified E- Waste and Industrial Equipment Reverse Logistics Company William Borges, OCSC Interim Chair and Former Principal Environmental Scientist – Midwest Research Institute Marialyce Pedersen, Zero Waste Expert, Author, Journalist, and Adjunct Faculty Member at Golden West College Antonia C. Graham, Irvine Valley College Adjunct Faculty Member and Public Works Analyst for the City of Placentia Stephanie Barger, Founder and Executive Director of the Earth Resource Foundation, Zero-Waste Expert, and Environmental Responsibility Educator Robert Parsley, Account Manager at ECS Refining Southern California, an e-Stewards™ and R2™ Certified E- Waste and Industrial Equipment Reverse Logistics Company

2 AGENDA Registration12:30 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. Welcome and Introduction – W. Borges and Dr. K. Feldus1:00 p.m. to 1:15 p.m. Panel Presentations – Part 1 (20 minutes each)1:15 p.m. to 2:15 p.m.  Essential Concepts in Waste Management and Materials Recovery: o Lifecycle 101 – W. Borges o Design and Management of Waste-Management and Materials- Recovery Programs – M. Pedersen  Waste Management Programs and Infrastructure in Orange County – A. Castro-Graham Break2:15 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. Panel Presentations – Part 2 (20 minutes each)2:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.  Innovative Materials-Recovery Programs: Food – S. Barger  Innovative Materials-Recovery Programs: E-Waste and Industrial Equipment – R. Parsley  Creating and Running Programs in Complex Organizations – W. Borges Break3:30 p.m. to 3:45 p.m. Facilitated Roundtable Discussions 3:45 p.m. to 4:45 p.m. Survey & Closing Remarks4:45 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Registration12:30 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. Welcome and Introduction – W. Borges and Dr. K. Feldus1:00 p.m. to 1:15 p.m. Panel Presentations – Part 1 (20 minutes each)1:15 p.m. to 2:15 p.m.  Essential Concepts in Waste Management and Materials Recovery: o Lifecycle 101 – W. Borges o Design and Management of Waste-Management and Materials- Recovery Programs – M. Pedersen  Waste Management Programs and Infrastructure in Orange County – A. Castro-Graham Break2:15 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. Panel Presentations – Part 2 (20 minutes each)2:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.  Innovative Materials-Recovery Programs: Food – S. Barger  Innovative Materials-Recovery Programs: E-Waste and Industrial Equipment – R. Parsley  Creating and Running Programs in Complex Organizations – W. Borges Break3:30 p.m. to 3:45 p.m. Facilitated Roundtable Discussions 3:45 p.m. to 4:45 p.m. Survey & Closing Remarks4:45 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. © Orange County Sustainability Collaborative, All Rights Reserved, 2013

3 LIFECYCLE 101 William Borges © William Borges, All Rights Reserved, 2013

4 THE GREEN EFFICIENCY MANDATE THROUGHOUT THE ENTIRE CLOSED-LOOP LIFECYCLES OF ITS SERVICES AND PRODUCTS WITH LEAST COST, EFFORT AND RISK ACHIEVE THE ORGANIZATION'S PEOPLE, PLANET AND PROFIT OBJECTIVES SO, WHEN “JUNK” IS REMOVED FROM A PRODUCT OR SERVICE LIFECYCLE, ALL THAT IS LEFT ARE THE GOOD THINGS “EVERY SYSTEM IS PERFECTLY DESIGNED TO GET THE RESULTS IT DOES” TO TRULY “GO-GREEN” A BUSINESS MUST EVENTUALLY INTEGRATE THIS MANDATE INTO ALL OF ITS PRODUCT AND SERVICE LIFECYCLES IT CAN’T BE DONE OVERNIGHT! HERE’S THE ESSENTIAL IDEA BEHIND THE GREEN EFFICIENCY MANDATE: © William Borges, All Rights Reserved, 2013

5 LIFECYCLE IMPROVEMENTS TO ESSENTIAL INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING CONCEPTS SUPPLY CHAINS The movement and storage of raw materials, work-in-process inventory and finished goods from point of origin to point of consumption SUPPLY CHAINS The movement and storage of raw materials, work-in-process inventory and finished goods from point of origin to point of consumption LIFECYCLES The lifecycle concept expands the idea of value systems with two additional dimensions: A clear focus on the adverse impacts in upstream, current and downstream lifecycle phases All value-systems must be closed-looped through effective use of the 3R reduce/reuse/recycle concepts to manage wastes in every lifecycle phase LIFECYCLES The lifecycle concept expands the idea of value systems with two additional dimensions: A clear focus on the adverse impacts in upstream, current and downstream lifecycle phases All value-systems must be closed-looped through effective use of the 3R reduce/reuse/recycle concepts to manage wastes in every lifecycle phase VALUE ENGINEERING A body of operations management and industrial engineering techniques that identifies and removes unnecessary expenditures, thereby increasing value for producers and their customers VALUE ENGINEERING A body of operations management and industrial engineering techniques that identifies and removes unnecessary expenditures, thereby increasing value for producers and their customers VALUE SYSTEMS A value system includes all of the supply chains of an organization's suppliers, the organization itself, the organization's distribution channels, and the organization's downstream buyers and so on until the product or service has reached the end of its useful life VALUE SYSTEMS A value system includes all of the supply chains of an organization's suppliers, the organization itself, the organization's distribution channels, and the organization's downstream buyers and so on until the product or service has reached the end of its useful life ALL OF THESE CONCEPTS ARE FOCUSED ON GETTING THE JUNK OUT OF PRODUCTION AND SERVICE DELIVERY! © William Borges, All Rights Reserved, 2013

6 BASIC CLOSED-LOOPLIFECYCLE PHASES RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT (DESIGN) INITIAL CREATION OF PRODUCTION-CAPACITY AND/OR SERVICE- DELIVERY CAPABILITIES INITIAL SUPPLY CHAIN DEVELOPMENT FOR ONGOING PRODUCTION AND/OR SERVICE- DELIVERY ONGOING PRODUCTION AND/OR SERVICE DELIVERY WITH ASSOCIATED LOGISTICS PRODUCT AND/OR SERVICE USE END-OF-DESIGN-LIFE DISPOSITION © William Borges, All Rights Reserved, 2013

7 THE GOALS, BREADTH & DEPTH OF LIFECYCLE ASSESSMENTS ARE DEFINED THROUGH THESE KINDS OF CONSIDERATIONS PURPOSE Organizational Planning Product/Service Design Risk Management Performance Improvement PURPOSE Organizational Planning Product/Service Design Risk Management Performance Improvement SCOPE Upstream Phases Immediately Controlled Phases Downstream Phases All of the Above SCOPE Upstream Phases Immediately Controlled Phases Downstream Phases All of the Above SPECIFICITY Strategic and Tactical Decision- Making Detail Work Process Detail Engineering Design Detail SPECIFICITY Strategic and Tactical Decision- Making Detail Work Process Detail Engineering Design Detail © William Borges, All Rights Reserved, 2013

8 RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT (DESIGN) INITIAL CREATION OF PRODUCTION-CAPACITY AND/OR SERVICE-DELIVERY CAPABILITIES SUPPLY CHAIN DEVELOPMENT FOR ONGOING PRODUCTION AND/OR SERVICE-DELIVERY ONGOING PRODUCTION AND/OR SERVICE DELIVERY WITH ASSOCIATED LOGISTICS PRODUCT AND/OR SERVICE USE END-OF-DESIGN-LIFE DISPOSITION INPUT-TRANSFORMING WORK ACTIVITIES INPUTS Labor Information Equipment, Materials & Supplies Incl Energy & Water Vendor Services Space OUTPUTS AND OUTCOMES TO THE INPUT-TRANSFORMING WORK ACTIVITIES Waste UNUSABLE WASTE INPUT-TRANSFORMING WORK ACTIVITIES INPUTS Labor Information Equipment, Materials & Supplies Incl Energy & Water Vendor Services Space OUTPUTS AND OUTCOMES TO THE INPUT-TRANSFORMING WORK ACTIVITIES INPUT-TRANSFORMING WORK ACTIVITIES INPUTS Labor Information Equipment, Materials & Supplies Incl Energy & Water Vendor Services Space OUTPUTS AND OUTCOMES TO THE INPUT-TRANSFORMING WORK ACTIVITIES Product or Service INPUT-TRANSFORMING WORK ACTIVITIES INPUTS Labor Information Equipment, Materials & Supplies Incl Energy & Water Vendor Services Space OUTPUTS AND OUTCOMES TO THE INPUT-TRANSFORMING WORK ACTIVITIES Product or Service INPUT-TRANSFORMING WORK ACTIVITIES INPUTS Labor Information Equipment, Materials & Supplies Incl Energy & Water Vendor Services Space OUTPUTS AND OUTCOMES TO THE INPUT-TRANSFORMING WORK ACTIVITIES INPUT-TRANSFORMING WORK ACTIVITIES INPUTS Labor Information Equipment, Materials & Supplies Incl Energy & Water Vendor Services Space OUTPUTS AND OUTCOMES TO THE INPUT-TRANSFORMING WORK ACTIVITIES Product or Service LIFECYCLE PHASES PRODUCT AND SERVICE LIFECYCLES ARE COMPLEX WASTE-PRODUCING PROCESSES!

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