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  1. Workshop Presentation October 5, 2004 Diversion, Planning and Local Assistance Division Historical Performance Automated Systems Measurement Accuracy The Future

  2. Workshop Presentation October 5, 2004 What Guides Us? • Saving our customers time and money • Improving our information delivery system • Enhancing our tools and accuracy • Focusing on types of materials still left in the waste stream • Leveraging tools and technology to assist an increased number of customers

  3. Workshop Presentation October 5, 2004 In the Beginning There Was No Automation… • Diversion rate calculations were done by hand, a painstaking process. • There was no easy way for the public to view board data • There was no model annual report. Report formats varied widely. • Board staff spent enormous amounts of time reviewing and analyzing jurisdiction reports Jurisdictions spent a lot of time and money reporting to the CIWMB.

  4. Workshop Presentation October 5, 2004 Jurisdiction Annual Reports Fully Automated

  5. Workshop Presentation October 5, 2004 The On-lineDiversion Rate Calculator

  6. Workshop Presentation October 5, 2004 Generation Based and Adjustment Based Diversion RatesJurisdiction Submitted Diversion Rate Data from Electronic Annual Report

  7. Workshop Presentation October 5, 2004 Number of Adjustment Factor Diversion Rates Using Default DRSJurisdiction Submitted Data from Electronic Annual Report, generation-based diversion rates excluded

  8. Workshop Presentation October 5, 2004 Jurisdictions Embrace New MethodsElectronic vs. Paper Reports

  9. Workshop Presentation October 5, 2004 State Agencies Embrace Electronic Filing

  10. Workshop Presentation October 5, 2004 Amount of Time Needed to Complete Biennial Reviews

  11. Workshop Presentation October 5, 2004 California Jurisdictions: 2001-2002 Biennial Review

  12. Workshop Presentation October 5, 2004 Percent of Jurisdictions Implementing Types of Diversion Programs

  13. Workshop Presentation October 5, 2004 Improving Measurement Accuracy • Stakeholder Working Groups • 1997 measurement accuracy • 1999-2000 diversion study guide • 2001 diversion measurement accuracy to develop recommendations for Board’s SB 2202 Report to Legislature • Measurement Regulations Revisions • Based on 2002 Board SB 2202 Report to Legislature

  14. Workshop Presentation October 5, 2004

  15. Workshop Presentation October 5, 2004 Broad Themes in SB 2202 Report Recommendations • Potential for error in all components of diversion rate measurement system • Diversion rates are estimates/indicators • Small jurisdictions more likely to have inaccurate diversion rate • Need to focus on diversion program implementation

  16. Workshop Presentation October 5, 2004 DRS Regulation Revisions • Weight Scale Requirements • Can request exemption • Survey Signage Requirements • Training Requirements • Increase Origin Survey Requirements • Survey every load > 1 ton, every day (exempt rural facilities) • Clarify roles and responsibilities regarding access to records • Annual Methods Report Requirements

  17. Workshop Presentation October 5, 2004 The Future… • Where we are going

  18. Per Capita Disposal Workshop Presentation October 5, 2004

  19. Workshop Presentation October 5, 2004 The Future… • Upcoming Waste Characterization • Approach: target 4 specific generators and sources of waste for study • Commercial sector generators • MRF residuals • Construction and demolition waste • Commercial self-haul • Focus on major metropolitan areas. Data collected for 2 seasons • Field work in 2005, report by June 2006

  20. Workshop Presentation October 5, 2004 The Future… Support local jurisdictions' efforts • Continue to Conduct Technical Assistance Workshops • Large Venue Food Scrap • Multifamily Diversion • Procurement • Promote Large Venue Recycling, C&D ordinances, Procurement Models & case studies • Peer Matching of Successful Programs

  21. Workshop Presentation October 5, 2004 The Future… Support local jurisdictions' efforts • Conduct School District Diversion workshop • Assist Environmental Ambassadors in implementing diversion programs

  22. Workshop Presentation October 5, 2004 The Future… State Agency/Facility activities • Continue Promoting Opportunities to Increase Diversion Rates • Develop and Implement an Electronic SABRC Reporting System • Increase Number of Agencies Submitting SABRC Reports • Continue to Increase Purchasing of Recycled Products by State Government

  23. Workshop Presentation October 5, 2004 Web Hits 1998-2004

  24. Workshop Presentation October 5, 2004 The Future… Local Government Information Center (LoGIC) automation project: • Decrease data entry, increase data accuracy and decrease time to maintain multiple electronic systems • Integrate databases and provide comprehensive, seamless reporting • Increase reports on web • Increase understanding of data through graphics • Allow stakeholders to customize the information they use frequently

  25. Workshop Presentation October 5, 2004 Questions?