1 October 1997
10402 Analyze Input Requirements and Output Characteristics (Other than Refuse
10403 Investigate Source Separation Technologies.
10404 Determine Refuse Input Requirements and Co-Disposal Capabilities.
10405 Ascertain Product Specifications.
10407 Determine Procurement Issues and Industry Service Potential.
10408 Summarize Results.
Analyze Waste Stream
Obtain List of Industries.
Obtain Population Data.
Obtain Prior Studies and Reports.
Obtain List of Transfer, Processing, and Disposal Sites.
Obtain List of Collection Agencies and Companies.
Obtain List of Sewage Treatment Plants.
Obtain Sludge Checklist Information for Each Sewage Treatment Plant.
Obtain Septic Tank Pumping Data.
Determine Existing and Future Sludge Generation and Disposal Needs.
Estimate Municipal Waste Generation.
Estimate Industrial Waste Generation.
Estimate Seasonal Fluctuations of Solid Waste.
Estimate Facility Throughput and Disposal Quantities by Site.
Perform Weighing Survey.
Estimate Disposed Quantities from Survey by Site.
Compare Estimates, Develop Consistent Generation and Disposal Quantities.
Perform Compositional Analysis to Support Materials, Energy, and Source
10519 Estimate Average Heating Value.
10520 Estimate Quantities of Recoverable Materials.
Perform Detailed Energy Market Analysis.
Obtain List of Fossil Fuel Users.
Conduct Telephone Survey (Except Utilities).
Identify Potential Markets.
Visit Potential Markets.
Identify Viable Potential Markets.
Plot Commodity Demand.
Develop Commodity Pricing Schedule.
Obtain Energy Market Letters of Interest.
Conduct Introductory Meeting with Utilities.
Conduct In-Depth Meeting with Utilities.
Obtain Letters of Interest from Utilities.
Obtain Commodity Demand and Pricing Schedule from Utilities.
Analyze Existing Disposal Options