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Title: Central Illinois Community Meeting


1
  • Central Illinois Community Meeting
  • November 19, 2008
  • Program Manager

Program Sponsors
2
Todays Objectives
  • Introduce you to the partners
  • Explain Waste to Profit
  • Identify potential business opportunities through
    waste matches

3
Agenda
  • 730 - 800 Registration/Networking
  • 800 - 900 Introduction of Partners
    and
  • explanation of
    by-product synergy
  • 900 - 1000 Workshop Part 1 Waste
    Identification
  • 1000 - 1015 Break
  • 1015 - 1045 Case Studies
  • 1045 - 1145 Workshop Part 2 Potentials
    for waste
  • matches
  • 1145 12noon Next Steps

4
Welcome Message
  • Bob Weinstein
  • President
  • IMEC
  • bweinstein_at_imec.org

5
About IMEC
  • Focus is on improving productivity and global
    competitiveness of manufacturing and related
    sectors
  • 30-plus continuous improvement experts
  • Extensive training in key industries and modern
    business practice
  • Problem solvers, coaches and consultants
  • Hands-on training and implementation support for
    bottom line

6
Notable Client Base
7
Part of MEP National System of Centers
8
IMEC/MEP works with manufacturers to.
  • Eliminate waste, contain costs and increase
    profits
  • Develop sustainable growth strategies
  • Increase capacity, flexibility and on-time
    delivery
  • Develop quality systems that meet customer
    requirements
  • Integrate advanced/appropriate technologies and
    business processes
  • Develop innovative products and services
  • Implement consistent and client-specific
    solutions and training across their facilities
    and supply chain

9
IMEC Project Results
  • Since establishment in 1996
  • Assistance to more than 2,000 companies
  • 3,600 contracted projects (over 30 Million)
  • 65 of projects performed by IMEC specialists.
    35 subcontracted to qualified organizations with
    IMEC serving in project-management role
  • Over 1 Billion in client-documented benefits
  • Client satisfaction ratings consistently gt 98

10
IMEC Solutions
  • Continuous Improvement
  • Lean enterprise
  • 6 Sigma
  • Sustainability
  • Deployment planning and implementation
  • Quality
  • PPM reduction
  • Balancing quality with costs, velocity and
    financial performance
  • Quality management system development
    implementation
  • Business Alignment
  • Strategic planning
  • Growth strategies
  • Strategic repositioning
  • Technology
  • Technology/software selection
  • Technology/Systems implementation and integration

11
Introduction to our Partners
  • University of Illinois Sustainable Technology
    Center (ISTC)
  • Dan Marsch
  • dmarsch_at_istc.illinois.edu
  • 309-671-3196 x202
  • Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic
    Opportunity (IL DCEO)
  • John Whalen Scott Petty
  • IMEC
  • Mary Hallock Jim Pankey
  • mhallock_at_imec.org jpankey_at_imec.org
  • 815-721-4474 309-846-8032
  • Southern Illinois University (SIU)

12
Illinois Department Commerce and Economic
Opportunity
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University of Illinois Sustainable Technology
Center (ISTC)
  • Established in 1985
  • A division of the IL Department of Natural
    Resources
  • Affiliated with the University of Illinois
  • One of the State Scientific Surveys
  • Natural History Survey
  • Water Survey
  • Geological Survey
  • Waste Management Research Center (WMRC)
  • State Scientific Surveys Transferred to
    University of Illinois July 1, 2008
  • University Created the Institute of Natural
    Resource Sustainability
  • Changed our Name to Illinois Sustainable
    Technology Center (ISTC)

14
University of IllinoisSustainable Technology
Center (ISTC)
  • Headquarters
  • One East Hazelwood Drive
  • Champaign, Illinois
  • Satellite Offices
  • Chicago Region
  • 1010 Jorie Boulevard
  • Oak Brook, Illinois
  • Central Illinois
  • 1320 S.W. Monarch
  • Peoria, Illinois
  • Southern Illinois
  • 8450 Montclair Avenue
  • Brighton, Illinois

15
ISTCs Mission Objective
  • ISTC is a change agency that performs research,
    spreads awareness, and facilitates implementation
    regarding practices, technology and systems that
    improve sustainability.

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ISTC Mission Implementation
  • ISTC helps businesses and citizens
  • Reduce solid and hazardous wastes before they are
    released to the air, water and land.
  • Works with companies to identify and implement
    opportunities to meet their waste reduction goals.

17
On-Site ISTC Services
  • Environmental Regulatory Compliance Assistance
  • Research Pilot Testing
  • Metal Working Fluids
  • Solvent Parts Cleaning
  • Fluid Purification (filtration)
  • Water Use Reduction
  • Energy Use Reduction
  • Waste Minimization Assessments
  • Environmental Management Systems
  • Green Chemistry to Reduce or Eliminate Wastes
  • Testing Evaluation of Alternative Technologies

18
Sectors Extensively Served by ISTC
  • Metal Working
  • Metal Finishing
  • Plastics Manufacturing
  • Printing
  • Packaging Manufacturing
  • Foundries
  • Food Processing
  • Chemical Manufacturing
  • Military Installations
  • Hospitals
  • K-12 Schools
  • Municipalities

19
ISTC Waste to Profit
  • Serve as a Technical Consultant to
  • Chicago Waste to Profit Network
  • Rockford Waste to Profit Network
  • Central Illinois Waste to Profit Network
  • Southern Illinois Waste to Profit Network

20
Creating a Midwest regional Waste to Profit
network
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Connecting with Chicago
  • Regional expansion of WTP
  • Share Chicago case studies
  • Strengthen Illinois Waste to Profit
  • Larger private-public collaboration
  • Regional funding opportunities

22
Illinois Waste to Profit Innovations
  • Supply Chain model
  • State-wide model for Midwest duplication
  • Further climate change mitigation
  • Strengthen regional economic development for
    Illinois

23
Tracking Regional Success
  • Sharing case studies
  • Sharing regional database
  • Companies working together across the State
  • Working together on addressing state-wide policy
    issues such as composting, anaerobic digestion,
    etc
  • Technical staff connections across Illinois

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Bringing regional and global examples to Illinois
  • Connects with leading
  • network in the world, National Industrial
    Symbiosis Programme, www.nisp.org.uk
  • EPA Region 5 7 are closely tracking the
    success of the Illinois network
  • Expanding these concepts across 11 Midwest
    states in the next year

25
Chicago Network
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Sustainability
The quality of a state or process that allows it
to be maintained indefinitely the principles of
sustainability integrate three closely
interlinked elements - the environment, the
economy, and the social system - into a system
that can be maintained in a healthy state
indefinitely.
27
Why Should You Care?
Sustainability in business builds and maintains
value to the Triple Bottom Line by promoting
Environmental Stewardship, Economic Prosperity
and Social Equity and Well Being.
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A Call to Action
Washington, D.C.-As capital markets around the
world are being rescued by national governments,
global unemployment is reaching record levels and
the labor market is expanding by tens of millions
of workers each year. In the face of the twin
challenges of stagnating economies and climate
change, stimulating green industry is more
important than ever, according to a new
assessment released by the Worldwatch Institute.
Beyond the Banks Bail Out the Environment,
Create Jobs October 29, 2008 http//www.worldwatch
.org/node/5926
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What is a Sustainable Network?
  • Requires public/private participation and
    investment
  • Addresses
  • Private Immediate economic development
    priorities
  • Public Long-term health and prosperity for all
    people and the preservation/restoration of the
    planet
  • Creates knowledge sharing that the private sector
    could not do alone
  • Protects confidentiality of private information
  • Creates a system that allows implementation to be
    tracked more effectively
  • Connects entrepreneurial companies to established
    companies

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Continuously Renewable Approach to Sustainability
Packaging Materials
Manufacturing Process
Finished Goods To Customer
Packaging Waste
Manufacturing Process
Packaging Supplier or Recycler
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Waste to Profit Network
  • Improve the financial and environmental health
    of our region by transforming outputs (wastes) to
    industrial inputs (profits)


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What is the Community Network?
By attending this meeting, you are a member of
our Community Network
  • Community Network
  • Companies meet for a sponsored 1-day workshop to
    network with others and identify near-term
    opportunities for their three top material
    streams. Network facilitators will help to
    determine inter network linkages and
    opportunities.
  • Community Network Members are invited to join
    the Innovation Network.

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What is the Innovation Network?
  • Innovation Network
    Companies invest a
    membership fee and their time over the course of
    a year. In return, companies receive
  • Connection to technical and project management
    assistance to facilitate by-product synergies
  • Access to research and implementation assistance
    on transportation/logistics solutions
  • Ongoing networking and connections that may lead
    to by-product synergies, new product development
    and new customer/supplier relationships
  • Education and development of best practices on
    sustainability issues
  • Links to other Waste to Profit Networks that will
    expand the potential for by-product synergies
  • Formal meetings are held quarterly, with on-going
    access to technical support resources

34
The Chicago Waste to Profit Network Results
22,118 tons of Solid Waste Diverted from Landfill
42,591 tons CO2 Emissions Reduced
35
Recycle
  • Chicago Green Interiors
  • Glass tiles
  • Furniture
  • Fabric

10 Point Green Classification Recycled
Content Non-Toxic Local Sustainable/renewable
resources Cradle to cradle Green manufacturing
process Certifications Artisanal/handmade Vintage
/reclaimed Community building/poverty alleviation
36
Reuse
  • Terracycle
  • Soda bottles
  • Juice pouches
  • Spray nozzles

37
Reduce
  • Interface Flooring
  • Cumulative avoided cost from waste elimination
    activities since 1995 37M
  • Total waste sent to landfills from carpet
    manufacturing facilities has decreased by 66
    since 1996
  • Total energy used at carpet manufacturing
    facilities (per unit of product) down 45 since
    1996
  • Use of renewable energy increased to 27 in 2007
  • Percent of recycled and bio-based materials used
    to manufacture products WW increased from 0.5 in
    1996 to 25 in 2007


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Waste Matching Workshop
  • Purpose
  • To enable you to identify waste matching
    possibilities (by-product synergies)
  • To show you the potential economic value of
    by-product synergy
  • Create a mindset of waste as a resource
  • To begin the journey of creating a sustainable
    future for the Peoria Community

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Workshop Agenda
  • Identify Inputs or By-Products (top 3)
  • Name
  • Company
  • Input or By-Products (type and volume)
  • Place post-its on boards
  • Break
  • Opportunities and Networking
  • You will be assigned to a group
  • Each group will be facilitated

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Initiating the Dialogue Part 1
  • Introductions
  • Common Groupings

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How Many of You Have
  • Old computers, printers and electronics?
  • Old office furniture?
  • Obsolete inventory?
  • Old marketing literature, stationery, obsolete
    paperwork?
  • Off-spec or obsolete chemicals or raw materials?
  • Other stuff you dont know what to do with?

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Lets Get Started..
  • Choose 3 Materials They can either be byproducts
    that you have or inputs you want. Make sure you
    think about your current raw materials!
  • Fill out the information for each on a
    corresponding post-it
  • GreenByproduct
  • PurpleInput
  • Use one post-it for each material, please!

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Begin Matching
  • Place Each Material Post-it on the Appropriate
    Poster Board

Company ABC Company Wants Plastic Quantity
10,000 lbs/month
Company XYZ Company Has Broken
Pallets Quantity 100/month
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IntroductionsTell Us
  • Your Name
  • Your Company
  • What does your organization do or make?
  • What are the materials you have/want?

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Material Categories
  • Construction and Demolition Materials
  • Building Materials
  • Glass
  • Wood
  • Sands and Soils
  • Chemicals and Materials
  • Organic
  • Inorganic
  • Paints and Solvents
  • Plastics and Polymers
  • Paper
  • Food Wastes
  • Metals
  • Ferrous
  • Non Ferrous
  • E Waste
  • Ashes and Slags
  • Water
  • Clean Water
  • Process Water (Organic Contaminants)
  • Process Water (Inorganic Contaminants)
  • Storm Runoff and Grey Water
  • Other Materials

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Begin to See the Possibilities
  • After the break, you will be assigned to a
    workshop group. These groups will match you with
    others whose haves/wants are similar to your own.
  • Pick the Low Hanging Fruit Identify the Obvious
    Correlations between Haves/ Wants on the Board
  • Dont Leave it Hanging If there isnt an obvious
    solution on the board, suggest one! Suggest other
    companies/manufacturers that may be able to
    accept your by-product materials.
  • Branch Out Network and take advantage of the
    Opportunities to turn your waste into profit
    today.
  • Record Progress

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BREAK
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CASE STUDIES
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Success Story
ORGANIZATIONS INVOLVED Engineered Glass
Products Gilasi/Innerglow Surfaces
WASTE INVOLVED Glass cullet
  • ACHIEVEMENTS
  • 50 tons of glass cullet diverted from landfill
    and a plan in place to divert up to 900 tons
    annually
  • Drives green building materials development and
    competitiveness
  • CO2 diverted by use of low energy recycling into
    new material as opposed to landfill and localized
    transportation of materials
  • Potential for jobs to be created as business
    grows
  • Closed loop life cycle for previously
    non-recyclable glass

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Success Story
ORGANIZATIONS INVOLVED Curb Appeal
Materials Baxter Healthcare Sherwin Williams Cook
Composites and Polymers Department of Fleet
Management Chicago Center for Green Technology
WASTE INVOLVED Unrecyclable plastic (mixed,
contaminated plastic)
  • ACHIEVEMENTS
  • 15 Tons of plastic waste diverted from landfill
    to date likely 50 additional tons will be
    diverted from spin-off projects
  • New standards established for City Department
    procurement
  • CO2 diverted by use of low energy recycling into
    new material as opposed to landfill
  • Potential for jobs to be created as business
    grows
  • Closed loop life cycle for previously
    non-recyclable plastics

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Success Story
ORGANIZATIONS INVOLVED Cloverhill Bakery Smurfit
Stone Recycling
WASTE INVOLVED Mixed plastic and paper packaging
  • ACHIEVEMENTS
  • 2000 tons of high value packaging waste to be
    diverted from landfill annually with a savings of
    roughly 4M
  • 10,000 investment in new equipment
  • Created a profitable community recycling center
    which benefits all contributing companies and
    spreads the values of sustainability
  • Closed loop life cycle for previously
    non-recyclable plastics and fiber products
  • CO2 savings from diverting plastic from landfill
    and proximity aggregation of recyclables

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Success Story
ORGANIZATIONS INVOLVED Abbott Laboratories Arcelor
Mittal Steel
WASTE INVOLVED Sodium hypochlorite (industrial
bleach)
  • ACHIEVEMENTS
  • 20K tons of industrial bleach was diverted from
    the public sewer system and used to create
    cleaner process water for AcelorMittal Steel
  • Taxpayer savings from reduced water treatment
  • Transformed a hazardous waste into a beneficial
    reuse byproduct
  • CO2 savings from local sourcing of raw materials
  • Created greater inter-company communications and
    efficiencies regarding water treatment

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Workshop Part 2
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Begin to See the Possibilities
  • You will now be assigned to a workshop group.
  • Pick the Low Hanging Fruit Identify the Obvious
    Correlations between Haves/ Wants on the Board
  • Dont Leave it Hanging If there isnt an obvious
    solution on the board, suggest one! Suggest other
    companies/manufacturers that may be able to
    accept your by-product materials.
  • Branch Out Network and take advantage of the
    Opportunities to turn your waste into profit
    today.
  • Record Progress

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Recording Group Progress
1. Choose a group recorder
Chemicals and Materials
Wants
Haves

2. Enter participant names and materials 3.
Draw arrows to indicate connections made in
group discussions
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Workshop Session
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This workshop is only a start
  • In order to realize benefits we must all take
    action
  • Contact another company to implement a by-product
    synergy
  • Start a recycling program
  • Initiate metrics for sustainability
  • Join the Innovation Network

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Moving Forward
  • Follow up on opportunities on your own or we
    can help
  • Technical team will contact participant companies
    and bridge to Innovation Network
  • Reporting back collaborations on synergies is
    highly encouraged contact Mary Hallock
  • Synergies can be
  • New or optimized recycling efforts
  • Actual by-product synergy exchanges or matches
  • Reduced waste (plant or organizational
    efficiency)
  • Interested in Innovation Network? contact Mary
    Hallock

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One Last Item
  • WE NEED YOUR FEEDBACK
  • How did you benefit today?
  • How can we improve this format?
  • How can we get more of the community involved?

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Contact
  • IMEC
  • Mary Hallock
  • Waste to Profit Program Coordinator
  • mhallock_at_imec.org
  • 815-721-4474 or 309 806 4632
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