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					                                               SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT
   1.0     ESTABLISHING A SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM                                                                            SCORE
   1.1     Planning For Successful Solid Waste Management
  Green    Have assigned an individual to oversee the solid waste management program.
  Green    Strategically plan and set annual goals to improve solid waste management.
  Yellow   Have executive level commitment to achieve a successful solid waste management program.
  Yellow   Have identified objectives and developed a plan to improve solid waste management and begun to implement the plan.
   Red     In the process of identifying objectives and developing a plan to achieve a successful solid waste management program.

   1.2     Compliance With Required Water Regulations
  Green    Obtained certification from programs of choice such as LIVE, Salmon Safe, NOP.
  Yellow   Begun implementing changes necessary to meet requirements for certified programs of choice.
Compulsory Comply with all federal, state, and local regulations.


   1.3     Monitoring, Documenting, And Protocols For Successful Solid Waste Management
  Green    Continuously monitor amount of waste generated and use the information to determine reuse and recycle plan.
  Green    Standard operating procedures for handling solid waste are implemented and documented.
  Yellow   Audit and document waste generated and use the information to improve our comprehensive waste management plan.
  Yellow   Audit costs of solid waste generated, reused, recycled, and disposal.
  Yellow   Standard operating procedures for handling solid waste are being developed.
   Red     Case goods inventory is tracked and disposal of obsolete or damaged product is documented.
   Red     Contingency plans are in place to handle each possible type of spill.
   Red     Monitor solid waste containment taking care to protect surrounding environment.
   Red     Begun to develop a comprehensive solid waste management plan.
   Red     Monitor and document amount of solid waste generated, reused, recycled and disposal.
   Red     Begun auditing costs of solid waste generated, reused, recycled, and disposal.

   2.0     ASSESSING THE TYPES AND QUANTITIES OF SOLID WASTE GENERATED & DISPOSED
   2.1     Amount And Type Of Solid Waste Generated By Each Operation
  Green    Waste reduction strategies are implemented for each operation.
  Yellow   Solid waste generated per operation per year is recorded and used to develop waste reduction strategies.
  Yellow   Have begun to implement solid waste reduction strategies in targeted operations.
   Red     Have begun monitoring and auditing amounts of solid waste generated for each operation.
   Red     Have identified all sources and types of solid waste generated.

   2.2     Amount Of Solid Waste Generated Per Gallon Wine Produced
  Green    Have demonstrated a 30% reduction in solid waste generated per gallon of wine produced compared to baseline.
  Yellow   Solid waste generated per operation per year is monitored and documented.
  Yellow   Solid waste generated per gallon wine produced is recorded and used to set solid waste reduction goals.
  Yellow   Have demonstrated a 15% reduction in solid waste generated per gallon of wine produced compared to baseline.
   Red     Have begun to monitor and audit the amounts of solid waste generated per gallon wine produced.

   2.3     Reusing Solid Waste
  Green    30% of all solid waste generated is being reused.
  Green    A percentage of empty glass bottles generated are reused.
Yellow   15% of all solid waste generated is being reused.
Yellow   Determining options to reuse glass bottles.
 Red     Shippers and inserts are collected and reused.
 Red     Exploring ways to reuse solid waste items.

 2.4     Recycling Solid Waste
Green    30% of all solid waste generated is being recycled.
Green    Empty glass bottles generated are either reused or recycled.
Green    Collect and recycle a percentage of tartrates generated.
Green    50% of bio-mass generated is converted to heat or fuel.
Yellow   Glass and cork collection site is made available to outside parties.
Yellow   15% of all solid waste generated is being recycled.
Yellow   All barrels removed from program are sold for reuse.
Yellow   All bio-mass generated is being converted to mulch, compost, livestock feed, heat, fuel, or other high value product.
Yellow   Filtration aid residues are used for compost when possible.
 Red     5% of all solid waste generated is being recycled.
 Red     Recycling programs implementd for glass, paper, cardboard, plastics, cork, metals, wood, and electronic waste.
 Red     A percentage of bio-mass generated is converted to mulch, compost, livestock feed, and none transported over 100 miles.

 2.5     Disposal Of Solid Waste To Landfill
Green    Solid waste disposed of to landfill has been reduced by 30% from base line.
Yellow   Solid waste disposed of to landfill has been reduced by 15% from base line.
Yellow   SOPs for disposal of process, analytical, and landscape chemicals to landfill are implemented.
Yellow   DE, bentonite, and other filter aid residues are disposed of at a DEQ certified landfill.
 Red     Hazardous waste materials are disposed of in accordance with regulations. (see Material Handling Chapter)
 Red     Unused chemicals are sold for use by others or disposed of through appropriate county facility.
 Red     Process, analytical, and landscape chemical waste is known, disposed of within regulations and documented .

 2.6     Solid Waste And Wastewater Systems
Green    Solid waste entering the wastewater system has been reduced by 30% from base line.
Yellow   Solid waste entering the wastewater system has been reduced by 15% from base line.
Yellow   SOPs for disposal of process, analytical, and landscape chemicals to wastewater system are implemented.
Yellow   Obsolete or damaged case goods are decanted, wine is disposed of in accordance with regulations and package recycled.
 Red     Hazardous waste materials are disposed of in accordance with regulations. (see Material Handling Chapter)
 Red     Pomace and lees are managed to minimize entry into wastewater system.
 Red     Process, analytical, and landscape chemical waste is known, treated in accordance with regulations and documented .

 2.7     Implications Of Waste Management On Carbon Footprint
Green    Lowered carbon footprint associated with solid waste generated by 40%.
Yellow   Lowered carbon footprint associated with solid waste generated by 20%.
 Red     Implementing practices to lower carbon footprint associated with solid waste generated.

 3.0     EMPLOYEE TRAINING AND WASTE MANAGEMENT INCENTIVES
Green    Standard operating procedures specific to solid waste handling and environment protection are written and implemented.
Green    Employees receive annual training on solid waste SOP's, and environment protection methods.
Green    Employees take part in planning and goal setting to improve waste management.
Green    Solid waste management incentives and bonuses for employees are implemented.
Yellow   Standard operating procedures specific to solid waste handling and environment protection are being developed.
Yellow   Employees are updated regularly on the state of your waste management program.
 Red     Employees receive training on waste management and environment protection methods.

 4.0     IMPROVING SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT
 4.1     Establishing An Inherent System Of Continuously Improving Solid Waste Management
Green    Continuous improvement system is imbedded in solid waste management practices, planning and goal setting.
Yellow   Commitment to improving waste management is inherent part of organization from executive throughout all levels.
Yellow   Implementing solid waste management program with inherent continuous improvement system.
 Red     Developing a holistic embedded framework to achieve continuous improvement in solid waste management.

 4.2     Reducing, Reusing, And Recycling Solid Waste Generated
Green    Amount of solid waste generated has been reduced by 40% from baseline.
Green    Empty glass bottles generated are reused.
Green    Using biodegradable cellulose or plastic products - dinnerware, trash can liners, packaging etc……
Green    No repacking of product is done, or if repack is done, all old package is reused.
Green    Clamp lifts have replaced fork lifts used for case movements to elliminate use of pallets.
Green    Alternative filtration methods that require little or know input aids are employed.
Yellow   Amount of solid waste generated has been reduced by 20% from baseline.
Yellow   Annual goals are set to reduce solid waste generated.
Yellow   Annual goals are set to increase the amount of solid waste reused and recycled.
Yellow   Annual goals are set to increase bio-mass conversion.
 Red     All supplies are purchased in bulk where possible to reduce package waste. (see Purchasing chapter)
 Red     Purchasing procedures give preferrence to environmentally friendly supplies and packaging. (see Purchasing chapter)
 Red     Implementing alternative reuse and recycling options for solid waste generated.
 Red     Process planning and standard operating practices embrace minimizing solid waste generated.
 Red     Implementing bio-mass conversion practices.

 4.3     Industry Cooperative Effort To Solve Waste Management Issues
Green    Part of cooperative effort that found solutions and improved a waste management issue(s).
Yellow   Actively participating in cooperative efforts to solve high impact waste management issues.
 Red     Exploring organizations and forums seeking solutions to solid waste management issues.

				
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