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Summary of Metro Centroid Process SWMCB Board Meeting August 26, 2009.

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1 Summary of Metro Centroid Process SWMCB Board Meeting August 26, 2009

2 Process Ranked Strategies by Waste Management Method Fourteen Highest-Ranked Sorted by Regional/ State Initiatives 15 Individual Scenarios 3 Final Scenario Recommendations Hows: Implementation Issues and Needs

3 Scenario #1 – Publicly-Managed Outcomes EPR/PS Flow Control Organized Collection Volume-based Pricing Preprocessing of MSW Maximize WTE capacity and efficiency Recycling legislation Increase landfill disposal fees Target organic-rich commercial and institutional generators Increase methane capture rates Results in 2025 Recycling:61.2% Organics:7% WTE:31.8% LF:0% GHG REDUCTION: 59,401,054 MTCO2e

4 Scenario #2 – PMOs and Incentives EPR/PS Volume-based Pricing Incentives for commercial and institutional recycling Opportunity to recycle in institutional, commercial, and multifamily sectors Increase WTE capacity and maximize efficiency Increase methane capture rates Results in 2025 Recycling:48.5% Organics:4% WTE:25.5% LF:22% GHG REDUCTION: 44,086,583 MTCO2e

5 Scenario #3 – Most Frequent Extended producer responsibility/Product stewardship Maximize WTE capacity and efficiency Volume-based pricing Recycling legislation (mandate 60% by 2025) Pre-processing of MSW Incentives for commercial and institutional recycling Results in 2025 Recycling:60.2% Organics:3.1% WTE:36.7% LF:0% GHG REDUCTION: 59,835,592 MTCO2e

6 Control -Flow Control -State sponsored Flow Control -Control of the Waste -Control of the System Extended Producer Responsibility / Product Stewardship -EPR -Product Stewardship -Product Stewardship Framework -EPR Framework Legislation -Carbon tax Legislative Commission on Waste Management -Strong state leadership -Legislative Commission (engage legislature on system, including responsible parties and funding) -Funded mandates with appropriate tools and teeth for counties -Waste industry mandates What is needed to support the scenarios?

7 Next Steps – Stakeholder Process Centroid Plans due to MEI – August 31st Presentation to ISWM Stakeholder Workgroup – September 11 th ISWM Stakeholder Workgroup Meeting – September 30 th Metro/Rochester Stakeholder Input Group Meeting – October 23 rd MEI Report due to MPCA Commissioner – December 31 st

8 Next Steps - General MPCA Solid Waste Policy Report – December 2009 Metro Policy Plan – February Legislative Session 2011 Legislative Session

9 Questions or Discussion?


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