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State-Assisted EScrap Collections in 9 Florida Counties 1999-2003 Jack Price Florida Department of Environmental Protection January 21, 2004 Recycle Florida.

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1 State-Assisted EScrap Collections in 9 Florida Counties Jack Price Florida Department of Environmental Protection January 21, 2004 Recycle Florida Today Issues Forum 2004 Tallahassee, Florida

2 Florida Electronics Recycling: Infrastructure Building Pilots – 4 counties ( )$139,000(HHW) Grants – 6 counties ( )$895,000(IRG) Grants – 15 counties ( )$905,000 ( FS) Countywide Demonstration ( )$200,000 ( FS) Total$2,139,000

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4 Florida Electronics Recycling: Service Variation Collection Events (many counties) Collection Events (many counties) Rural 3 county cooperative (Escambia, Okaloosa, Santa Rosa) Rural 3 county cooperative (Escambia, Okaloosa, Santa Rosa) Curbside (Sarasota) Curbside (Sarasota) Ongoing Neighborhood Drop-offs (Miami-Dade) Ongoing Neighborhood Drop-offs (Miami-Dade) Thrift Partnerships (Broward, Charlotte, Leon) Thrift Partnerships (Broward, Charlotte, Leon) Community Organization Reuse (Hillsborough, Palm Beach) Community Organization Reuse (Hillsborough, Palm Beach) Comprehensive Countywide Demonstration Project (Private vendor; Orange County focus with a variety of additional services to other counties in the region and around the state) Comprehensive Countywide Demonstration Project (Private vendor; Orange County focus with a variety of additional services to other counties in the region and around the state)

5 Hennepin County, MN drop-offs + special events + pick-up 2 drop-offs + special events + pick-up Cost $1,250,000 Cost $1,250,000 Collected 1,314 tons Collected 1,314 tons ~1/3 from bulk pickup service ~1/3 from bulk pickup service 1,100,000 residents served 1,100,000 residents served Collected ~2.4 pounds/resident served Collected ~2.4 pounds/resident served Cost $0.48/pound Cost $0.48/pound A Nomination for Most Costly. E-Scrap News 3 (10), October 2003, p. 3

6 Sarasota County, FL drop-off 5 days/week + 5 special events + curbside pickup 2 drop-off 5 days/week + 5 special events + curbside pickup Annualized cost $39,000 Annualized cost $39,000 Promotional media campaign $20,000 Promotional media campaign $20,000 Collected 78 tons Collected 78 tons 340,000 residents served 340,000 residents served Collected 0.5 pounds/resident served Collected 0.5 pounds/resident served Cost $0.25/pound Cost $0.25/pound National Electronics Product Stewardship Initiative Database, retrieved 9/17-19/2003, from

7 Miami-Dade County, FL staffed drop-offs open 7 days/week 7-9 staffed drop-offs open 7 days/week Trash, special wastes, electronics Trash, special wastes, electronics Recycler picks up once or twice/week Recycler picks up once or twice/week Some special promotion Some special promotion Annualized cost $97,000 Annualized cost $97,000 Collected 137 tons Collected 137 tons 2,300,000 residents served 2,300,000 residents served Collected 0.1 pounds/resident served Collected 0.1 pounds/resident served Cost $0.36/pound Cost $0.36/pound National Electronics Product Stewardship Initiative Database, retrieved 9/17-19/2003, from

8 Lake County, FL drop-offs open 6 days/week 7 drop-offs open 6 days/week Some promotion $10,000 Some promotion $10,000 Annualized cost $49,000 Annualized cost $49,000 Fork lift purchase $12,000 Fork lift purchase $12,000 Site paving, utilities $8,000 Site paving, utilities $8,000 Collected 47 tons Collected 47 tons 230,000 residents served 230,000 residents served Collected 0.4 pounds/resident served Collected 0.4 pounds/resident served Cost $0.52/pound Cost $0.52/pound National Electronics Product Stewardship Initiative Database, retrieved 9/17-19/2003, from

9 Polk County, FL drop-offs open 6 days/week + 3 mobile special events 1 drop-offs open 6 days/week + 3 mobile special events Some promotion but no promotion cost reported Some promotion but no promotion cost reported Annualized cost $58,000 Annualized cost $58,000 Collected 97 tons Collected 97 tons Included some scrap collected prior to grant Included some scrap collected prior to grant 500,000 residents served 500,000 residents served Collected 0.4 pounds/resident served Collected 0.4 pounds/resident served Cost $0.30/pound Cost $0.30/pound National Electronics Product Stewardship Initiative Database, retrieved 9/17-19/2003, from

10 Pasco County, FL drop-off open 6 days/week 1 drop-off open 6 days/week One of the first pilot collections One of the first pilot collections Drop-off at household hazardous waste center Drop-off at household hazardous waste center No promotion just what was coming in at HHW No promotion just what was coming in at HHW Annualized cost $105,000 Annualized cost $105,000 Collected 118 tons Collected 118 tons 320,000 residents served 320,000 residents served Collected 0.7 pounds/resident served Collected 0.7 pounds/resident served Cost $0.45/pound Cost $0.45/pound National Electronics Product Stewardship Initiative Database, retrieved 9/17-19/2003, from

11 Charlotte County, FL 2002 Special events + 1 Goodwill store Special events + 1 Goodwill store Residential drop-offs Residential drop-offs Residential & business pick up Residential & business pick up Annualized cost $18,000 Annualized cost $18,000 Event promotion (no costs reported) Event promotion (no costs reported) Goodwill retail sales for offsetting revenue Goodwill retail sales for offsetting revenue Collected 24 tons Collected 24 tons 150,000 residents served 150,000 residents served Collected 0.3 pounds/resident served Collected 0.3 pounds/resident served Cost $0.38/pound Cost $0.38/pound Electronics Recovery, Reuse, Recycling Project, Final Report, Charlotte County, FL, December 16, 2002

12 Citrus County, FL 2002 Monthly 1-day special events + business/government agency drop-off as arranged Monthly 1-day special events + business/government agency drop-off as arranged Annualized cost $46,000 Annualized cost $46,000 Used forklift $4,500 (not annualized) Used forklift $4,500 (not annualized) Some promotion $8,000 Some promotion $8,000 Collected 98 tons Collected 98 tons 120,000 residents served 120,000 residents served Collected 1.6 pounds/resident served Collected 1.6 pounds/resident served Cost $0.24/pound Cost $0.24/pound National Electronics Product Stewardship Initiative Database, retrieved 9/17-19/2003, from

13 Lee County, FL special events + weekly drop-off by appointment 9 special events + weekly drop-off by appointment Annualized cost $47,000 Annualized cost $47,000 Promotion $29,000 Promotion $29,000 Equipment rental $3,000 Equipment rental $3,000 Staffing $2,000 Staffing $2,000 Collected 54 tons Collected 54 tons 470,000 residents served 470,000 residents served Collected 0.2 pounds/resident served Collected 0.2 pounds/resident served Cost $0.43/pound Cost $0.43/pound National Electronics Product Stewardship Initiative Database, retrieved 9/17-19/2003, from

14 Leon County, FL drop-off open 6 days/week + special events + Goodwill partnership 1 drop-off open 6 days/week + special events + Goodwill partnership Annualized cost $86,600 (full cost projection ) Annualized cost $86,600 (full cost projection ) Staffing $36,000 Staffing $36,000 Equipment, storage $16,600 Equipment, storage $16,600 Recycling $27,000 Recycling $27,000 Promotion $2,500 Promotion $2,500 Collected 528 tons Collected 528 tons 235,000 residents served 235,000 residents served Collected 4.5 pounds/resident served Collected 4.5 pounds/resident served Cost $0.08/pound Cost $0.08/pound Leon County Electronics Recycling Program: Draft Final Report, SWIX, 11/14/2003

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23 All 9 Florida Counties, Cost $567,000 Cost $567,000 Collected nearly 1,300 tons Collected nearly 1,300 tons 4,250,000 residents served 4,250,000 residents served Collected 1.0 pounds/resident served Collected 1.0 pounds/resident served Cost $0.33/pound Cost $0.33/pound National Electronics Product Stewardship Initiative Database, retrieved 9/17-19/2003, from

24 Electronics Collection Rates: Actual and Estimated 9 Florida county services average: 1.0 pounds/resident (actual ) 9 Florida county services average: 1.0 pounds/resident (actual ) Hennepin County, MN: 2.4 pounds/resident (actual 2002) Hennepin County, MN: 2.4 pounds/resident (actual 2002) NEPSI proposed national targets: 1.75 & 3 pounds/resident (estimated) NEPSI proposed national targets: 1.75 & 3 pounds/resident (estimated) Florida estimated TVs, monitors, CPUs, laptops available 2003: 4 pounds/resident (estimated) Florida estimated TVs, monitors, CPUs, laptops available 2003: 4 pounds/resident (estimated) NEPSI available: 6 pounds/resident (estimated) NEPSI available: 6 pounds/resident (estimated)

25 Costing a Florida Statewide Electronics Recycling Service: Assumptions Not a separate service: incremental service added to current solid waste services Not a separate service: incremental service added to current solid waste services No cost reductions from economies of scale No cost reductions from economies of scale Most capital expenditures, staffing not included Most capital expenditures, staffing not included No non-government collections No non-government collections

26 Funding Options for Florida Statewide Electronics Recycling Service (assume $0.35/lb) Pounds/Resident/yrCost Advanced Recycling Fee Local $ per resident 0.5 $2.9 million $1* $13.9 million $3*$0.20 $4*$ $23.3 million $5*$0.30 $7*$0.05 * ARF collected on each TV, monitor, CPU and laptops sold

27 Funding After the Grant Sarasota: from tip fees Sarasota: from tip fees Actual amount not available 1/20/04 Actual amount not available 1/20/04 Broward: $0.22/ton from tip fees Broward: $0.22/ton from tip fees Includes all costs except general county administration Includes all costs except general county administration Alachua: from solid waste assessment Alachua: from solid waste assessment Actual amount not available 1/20/04 Actual amount not available 1/20/04 Businesses charged $0.35/lb Businesses charged $0.35/lb

28 Parting Thoughts Relationships can help Relationships can help Estimate service costs Estimate service costs Predict performance (type of program, promotion spending) Predict performance (type of program, promotion spending) Set achievable stretch goals (lb/resident) Set achievable stretch goals (lb/resident) 0.5 % 4 lbs/resident: bad news, good news 0.5 % 4 lbs/resident: bad news, good news Collection costs will increase Collection costs will increase Capital Capital Promotion Promotion Modest ARF + local resources could fund a ramped up service Modest ARF + local resources could fund a ramped up service

29 DEP Contacts with a Pulse (Human or Electronic) Raoul Clarke Jack Price

30 Raoul Clarke Jack Price


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