Form CalRecycle857 "Material Flowchart" - California

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  • Released on May 1, 2017;
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Download Form CalRecycle857 "Material Flowchart" - California

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STATE OF CALIFORNIA
DEPARTMENT OF RESOURCES RECYCLING AND RECOVERY
Loan Programs
(CalRecycle)
Material Flowchart
CalRecycle 857 (Rev. 5/17)
MATERIAL FLOWCHART
INSTRUCTIONS: The
Material Flowchart is a required document that must provide information about the proposed project.
The Loan Applicant must create and provide a material flowchart for its business model. The template is available from CalRecycle in
Microsoft Word format. However, you may create the flowchart in any format available to your business. The flowchart may be
submitted electronically or hardcopy. You may also work with CalRecycle staff to create this flowchart. The Material Flowchart should
show the Loan Applicant s existing and proposed business model. The Loan Applicant may modify this flowchart template, as needed.
1. Generator of Feedstock Material: Enter the name(s) of the California business(s) the loan applicant will get the feedstock waste
material from. Enter the type of feedstock material.
2. Preliminary Processor: Enter the name(s) of the California business that receives the waste material and sorts and removes large
contaminants to produce a recycled content material that will be used by a final product producer . The dashed arrow is the
contaminated material that is sent to the landfill. Note: If there is no preliminary processing, then remove the box.
3. Landfill: Enter the name(s) of the California landfill that are currently receiving the feedstock waste material. Note: Not all RMDZ
projects process newly diverted material*. If the material is not currently being landfilled, then remove the box. If the feedstock material
is generated in California and disposed of in an out-of-state landfill, input that information in the box.
4. Final Processor – Feedstock for Finished Product: Enter the name(s) of the California business that receives the material from the
preliminary processor then
sizes,
washes, and removes fine contaminants to make an intermediate material that will be sent to a
finished product
manufacturer.
The dashed arrow is the contaminant material that is sent to the landfill. Note: If there is no final
processing, then remove the box.
5. Finished Product Manufacturer: Enter the name of the California business that makes a finished product for sale to customers that
does not require any additional manufacturing. Enter the type of finished product**.
STATE OF CALIFORNIA
DEPARTMENT OF RESOURCES RECYCLING AND RECOVERY
Loan Programs
(CalRecycle)
Material Flowchart
CalRecycle 857 (Rev. 5/17)
MATERIAL FLOWCHART
INSTRUCTIONS: The
Material Flowchart is a required document that must provide information about the proposed project.
The Loan Applicant must create and provide a material flowchart for its business model. The template is available from CalRecycle in
Microsoft Word format. However, you may create the flowchart in any format available to your business. The flowchart may be
submitted electronically or hardcopy. You may also work with CalRecycle staff to create this flowchart. The Material Flowchart should
show the Loan Applicant s existing and proposed business model. The Loan Applicant may modify this flowchart template, as needed.
1. Generator of Feedstock Material: Enter the name(s) of the California business(s) the loan applicant will get the feedstock waste
material from. Enter the type of feedstock material.
2. Preliminary Processor: Enter the name(s) of the California business that receives the waste material and sorts and removes large
contaminants to produce a recycled content material that will be used by a final product producer . The dashed arrow is the
contaminated material that is sent to the landfill. Note: If there is no preliminary processing, then remove the box.
3. Landfill: Enter the name(s) of the California landfill that are currently receiving the feedstock waste material. Note: Not all RMDZ
projects process newly diverted material*. If the material is not currently being landfilled, then remove the box. If the feedstock material
is generated in California and disposed of in an out-of-state landfill, input that information in the box.
4. Final Processor – Feedstock for Finished Product: Enter the name(s) of the California business that receives the material from the
preliminary processor then
sizes,
washes, and removes fine contaminants to make an intermediate material that will be sent to a
finished product
manufacturer.
The dashed arrow is the contaminant material that is sent to the landfill. Note: If there is no final
processing, then remove the box.
5. Finished Product Manufacturer: Enter the name of the California business that makes a finished product for sale to customers that
does not require any additional manufacturing. Enter the type of finished product**.
Material Flowchart
Tons Per Year
(TPY) at each point
B. Gross
A._____________
unprocessed, newly
2. Preliminary
B._____________
diverted* material
Processor Name
C._____________
(TPY)
1. Generator
D._____________
Of Feedstock
Sorting, large
Material and Type
contaminated
material removal
C. Residuals from
A. Waste
processing (TPY)
material
disposed in
landfill. (TPY)
4, Final Processor
D. Net processed
- Feedstock for
C. Residuals from
recycled feedstock
Finished Product**
Finished Product
processing (TPY)
(TPY)
3.California
Manufacturer and
Landfill*
Sizing, washing,
Type of Finished
fine contaminated
Product(s)**
material removal,
pelletizing, etc.
* Newly diverted means tons of California generated
** Finished product means a good or package
materials currently being landfilled that will instead be
in a form that requires no further proce . ssing or
diverted as a result of this project. Typically, materials already
forming before it is offered for sale to an end-
collected for recycling are not eligible. However,
not all
user.
RMDZ projects process newly diverted material.
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