Municipal Solid Waste is Delivered to a Green Choice Bio-Recovery Center
Transportation and processing of municipal solid waste is measured in tons, with capacity and throughput measured in Tons per Day (“TPD”). This flow of solid waste is commonly referred to as a “waste stream”.
Municipal Solid Waste is Processed at a Green Choice Bio-Recovery Center
- Solid waste is received at the plant and is weighed and recorded.
- Waste receipts are consolidated daily to determine the total tonnage delivered to the plant.
- Reports are generated to determine the amount of solid waste received from various sources or locations such as townships, cities, county, private companies, waste haulers or waste authority.
- Tonnage reports are reviewed quarterly to determine the revenue share for the hosting community or waste authority.
Revenue sharing through a “Host Agreement” with one or more municipalities is a key tool used to secure a long term waste supply since it offers a direct financial benefit to the local community. This provides an incentive to bind the existing and future supply of waste from that community, typically for a period of at least ten years. The securing of the waste stream ensures the long-term viability of the Green Choice facility.
Contact us to learn more about how a Green Choice Bio-Recovery Center can help you recover up to 90% of your solid waste stream.