Presentation on theme: "City of Houston City Council Budget Workshop FY12 Budget Presentation Department of Solid Waste Management Harry J. Hayes, Director June 7, 2011 Mayor."— Presentation transcript:
City of Houston City Council Budget Workshop FY12 Budget Presentation Department of Solid Waste Management Harry J. Hayes, Director June 7, 2011 Mayor Annise D. Parker
Overview Mission Organization Chart Workforce FY12 Goals Revenue Summary ◦ General Fund ◦ Recycling Fund Expenditure Summary Questions 2
Mission To provide cost effective, environmentally sound and safe solid waste management services to the citizens of Houston. 3 Mayor Annise D. Parker
Proposed Department Org Chart 4 Director PG 37 Deputy Director – Operations PG 34 North Operations Asst. Director PG 32 Northwest Center Deputy Asst. Director PG 30 Northeast Center Deputy Asst. Director PG 30 South Operations Asst. Director PG 32 Southwest Center Deputy Asst. Director PG 30 Southeast Center Deputy Assist. Director PG 30 Chief of Staff PG 29 Assistant Director – Administration & Finance PG 32 Finance Division Manager PG 29 Maintenance Administration Admin. Manager PG 26 Permits & Safety Division Manager PG 29 Admin. Supervisor PG 24
SWMD FY2012 Goals 1 st quarter, pilot small business recycling. 2 nd quarter update Ch. 39 and Ch. 21 to control used/scrap tires. 2 nd quarter, pilot multifamily recycling through partnership with Houston Apartment Association. 3 rd quarter, present proposed sites for new NHRCs. 3 rd quarter FY12 expand ACR by 15K – 30K homes. 4 th quarter, complete Heavy Trash route efficiency update. 6
7 SWMD PROJECTED REVENUES GENERAL FUND Total Revenue $4,901,300 Dumpster PermitsExtra ContainerNon-Residential Administrative Fees Miscellaneous Revenue $2,600,000 Combustible Container Waste Storage 16,000 $1,540,000 Extra Containers For Residents 10,400 $435,000 Carts for Commercial Accounts 1,867 $300,000 Dumpster Permit Fee $26,300 Dead Animals Returned Checks Recoveries And Refunds DDC & Long Distance Reimbursement Mayor Annise D. Parker
Department $1,194,646 FTE: 4.0 Sale of material from: Single Stream collection Dual Stream collection Compostable Bags SWMD PROPOSED REVENUE RECYCLING FUND Mayor Annise D. Parker 8
Department $65,543,214 FTE: 439.6 Administration FTE: 53.5 North Operations FTE: 199.8 South Operations FTE: 169.4 Maintenance FTE:16.9 $26,718,121 Director’s Office Admin Support Contracts & Sponsorships Utilities Debt Service CIP Management Grants & Environment Transfer Station Asset Management $10,683,060 Northeast Residential Collection Northeast Heavy Trash & Wood Waste Northeast Yard Waste Northeast Administration Depositories, Recycling Centers, Dead Animals, Roll-off Ops Northwest Residential Collection Northwest Heavy Trash & Wood Waste Northwest Yard Waste Northwest Administration $9,598,474 Southeast Residential Collection Southeast Heavy Trash & Wood Waste Southeast Yard Waste Southeast Administration Southwest Residential Collection Southwest Heavy Trash & Wood Waste Southwest Yard Waste Southwest Curbside Recycling (D/S) Southwest Recycling Centers (WP,ESC, NESC) Southwest Administration $18,543,559 Fleet Interfund Spill Response Grounds & Facility Upkeep Fuel SWMD PROPOSED EXPENSES GENERAL FUND Mayor Annise D. Parker 9
Department $1,346,681 FTE: 4.0 Education Personnel Printing Services Mail Services Recycle Rewards Program Equipment Debt Service SWMD PROPOSED EXPENSES RECYCLING FUND Mayor Annise D. Parker 10
SWMD Budget Management 11 FY11 Actual based on projected year-end budget
Expenditures by Fund - General 12 “Personnel” and “Supplies” costs reallocated to “Other Services & Charges” as part of FMD Consolidation.
Expenditures by Fund - Recycling 13 3-FTE’s moved from General Fund positions to Recycling Fund
Expenditures by Division – Administration 14 “Other Services & Charges” reflects increase in disposal costs due to CPI, fuel cost adjustments, population growth and economic expansion.