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Contact Patty Bubar of the Division of Solid Waste Services at 240.777.7786 or Trevor Lobaugh of the Office of Management and Budget at 240.777.2763 for more information regarding this department's operating budget.

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Mission Statement

The mission of the Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) is to enhance the quality of life in our community by protecting and improving Montgomery County's air, water, and land in a sustainable way while fostering smart growth, a thriving economy, and healthy communities.

Budget Overview

The total approved FY18 Operating Budget for the Division of Solid Waste Services is $96,543,375, an increase of $4,332,785 or 4.70 percent from the FY17 Approved Budget of $92,210,590. Personnel Costs comprise 12.46 percent of the budget for 79 full-time position(s) and two part-time position(s), and a total of 105.14 FTEs. Total FTEs may include seasonal or temporary positions and may also reflect workforce charged to or from other departments or funds. Operating Expenses account for the remaining 87.54 percent of the FY18 budget.

Linkage to County Result Areas

While this program area supports all eight of the County Result Areas, the following are emphasized:

  • Healthy and Sustainable Neighborhoods
  • A Responsive, Accountable County Government

Department Performance Measures

Performance measures for this department are included below (where applicable), with multi-program measures displayed at the front of this section and program-specific measures shown with the relevant program. The FY17 estimates reflect funding based on the FY17 approved budget. The FY18 and FY19 figures are performance targets based on the FY18 approved budget and funding for comparable service levels in FY19.

Accomplishments

  • Initiated construction of the infrastructure for processing mixed paper at the Recycling Center, with an approximate cost savings of $4,000,000.

    • Maintained high level of service quality despite an overall increase in service requests, particularly requests for recycling containers. Delivered all within the Service Level Agreement (SLA). The number of requests for recycling containers in FY16 was 95,702, an SLA Compliance rate of 97%.
    • The Division's Information Technology team refined the existing Solid Waste Customer Billing Database to improve reporting and accuracy of Solid Waste information to customers by improving accuracy of customer bills, electronic messaging to residential customers in real time (i.e. holiday collection, road closures), and the ability of the county to host GIS and test environments through the use of virtual servers.


    • Montgomery County maintains the first yard trim composting facility in the nation to become independently certified as compliant with the new International Organization for Standardization (ISO) 14001 Environmental Management System (EMS) standard.

    Initiatives

    • DEP initiated several campaigns to improve safety and the overall environment at the transfer station in FY17 including developing site evacuation procedures, completing noise reduction measures for surrounding properties, and improving the security of cash and check handling.

    • The Division continued to increase training to staff and the customers they serve with the goal of improving recycling outcomes. This training included contractor training at the Recycling Center to reduce contamination of the recycling stream and performing a door-to-door outreach campaign to improve recycling participation in low-compliance areas and improve neighborhood aesthetics on collection day.

    Innovations and Productivity Improvements

    • The approved budget includes $100,000 of contractual support to develop options for a food waste collection program in the County. This support will also be used to assist in the development of the Strategic Plan called for in Bill 28-16.
    • DEP has improved transfer station waste bypass operations during FY17 by developing more efficient approaches if future needs for waste bypass arise due to peak waste periods or unanticipated maintenance issues at the RRF or the railroad. In FY17 the Division implemented a mandate that all transportation equipment be compatible with compactors at the Transfer Station causing minimum disruption to operations and reducing waiting times, associated fees, and personnel hours required for loading.

    Program Descriptions

      Administration and Support

    This program supports the Department's operations, programs, and mission through professional services such as: budget and financial management, program evaluation analysis, contract management, and administrative support. This also includes managing the enterprise fund in a financially sound manner; implementing solid waste policy initiatives; performing financial analysis, revenue forecasting, and solid waste rate settings; processing hauler invoices, tracking and reporting on tonnage and statistical waste generation data; compiling data and reporting for Headline Performance Measures and County Stat and maintaining computer/automation equipment, and related technologies in a cost effective and efficient manner.

    Program Performance MeasuresActual
    FY15
    Actual
    FY16
    Estimated
    FY17
    Target
    FY18
    Target
    FY19
    Single-family solid waste charge: System benefit charge, covers the portion of the County costs of providing basic solid waste services for single-family waste not covered by disposal and tipping fees (Dollars per household)214205.11205.11205.11198.11

      Commercial Recycling

    This program provides for mandatory commercial sector recycling and waste reduction for all businesses, as well as the review of recycling and waste reduction plans and annual reports from all large and medium-sized businesses, as well as targeted small businesses. Through this program, technical support, assistance, education, outreach, and training is provided to the commercial sector in the areas of recycling, reuse, buying recycled products, and waste reduction. This program also provides for enforcement of the County's recycling regulations and other requirements of the County Code as they apply to non-residential waste generators. All program initiatives and services also apply to not-for-profit organizations, as well as federal, state, and local government facilities.

    Program Performance MeasuresActual
    FY15
    Actual
    FY16
    Estimated
    FY17
    Target
    FY18
    Target
    FY19
    Non-residential recycling (tonnages) 1316,455322,589334,867347,759359,033
    Number of site visits to provide recycling assistance to businesses 210,3629,81212,00012,00012,000
    1  This reporting is performed on a calendar year basis. CY16 data is estimated.
    2  Staffing vacancies impacted FY16 performance.

      Enforcement

    Enforcement provided by the Department of Housing and Community Affairs under this program consists of six related components. Staff respond to resident complaints dealing with: storage and removal of solid waste; illegal solid waste dumping activities in the County; storage of unregistered vehicles on private property throughout the County; storage of inoperable vehicles on private property; improper screening of dumpsters, particularly those in shopping areas; and control and regulation of weeds throughout the County. The program includes a "Clean or Lien" component, which provides for the removal of dangerous or unsightly trash, perimeter grass, and weeds on properties which the owners have failed to maintain as required. Also under this program, the Department of Environmental Protection provides surface and subsurface environmental compliance monitoring at all County solid waste facilities, and reviews reports of air monitoring of the Resource Recovery Facility (RRF).

      Dickerson Compost Facility

    This program includes all processing, transporting, composting, and marketing of yard trim received by the County, including leaves received from the County's Leaf Vacuuming Program. Processing includes grinding brush to produce mulch at the Transfer Station. Transportation is included for hauling leaves and grass from the Transfer Station, located in Derwood, MD to the Composting Facility, located in Dickerson, MD. Composting of all leaves and grass produces a high-quality soil amendment which is sold wholesale as LeafGro in bulk and bagged forms. The budget is net of wholesale receipts.

      Dickerson Master Plan Implementation

    This program provides for the implementation of the Dickerson Solid Waste Facilities Master Plan. This plan identifies the environmental, community, and operational effects of solid waste facilities in the Dickerson area (the RRF, the Site 2 Landfill, and the Compost Facility) and outlines policies and actions to mitigate those effects.

      Gude Landfill

    The purpose of this program is to monitor air and water quality around the landfill, maintain stormwater management and erosion control structures, maintain site roads, and manage the landfill gas through collection, flaring, and gas-to-energy systems. In addition, it encompasses all operational functions necessary to maintain the Gude Landfill, which closed in 1982, in an environmentally sound and cost-effective manner. In addition, planning for remediation mandated by the Maryland Department of the Environment to minimize potentially adverse environmental impacts and the design of post-closure uses for the site that serve the community are part of this program.

      Household & Small Quantity Hazardous Waste Management

    This program funds a contractor to receive, sort, pack, ship, and properly dispose of household hazardous waste such as flammable products, insecticides, mercury, and reactive and corrosive chemicals. These products are brought in by residents and processed at State and Federally-approved hazardous waste treatment, storage, and disposal facilities. This program also includes outreach to educate residents regarding the potential dangers of certain household products and to reduce generation of hazardous waste; it also provides assistance to businesses that qualify as small-quantity generators of hazardous waste by providing them with an economical and environmentally safe disposal option. The materials are handled through the County's hazardous waste contractor and permitted hazardous waste management facilities.

      Multi-Family Recycling

    This program provides for mandatory recycling and waste reduction for multi-family properties. Program efforts include technical support, assistance, education, outreach and training about recycling, reuse, buying recycled products, and waste reduction, in addition to the review and monitoring of waste reduction and recycling plans and annual reports. This program also provides for enforcement of the County's recycling regulations and other requirements of the County Code, as they apply to multi-family waste generators.

    Program Performance MeasuresActual
    FY15
    Actual
    FY16
    Estimated
    FY17
    Target
    FY18
    Target
    FY19
    Multi-family recycling (tonnages) 127,81028,63129,16729,89730,607
    1  This reporting is performed on a calendar year basis. CY16 data is estimated.

      Oaks Landfill

    This program maintains the closed Oaks Landfill in an environmentally sound and cost-effective manner in accordance with applicable State and Federal regulations. Mandated duties under this program include maintaining monitoring wells for landfill gas and water quality around the landfill; managing landfill gas through collection, flaring, and gas-to-energy systems; maintaining leachate storage and pre-treatment facilities; and performing other required site maintenance. This program also provides for the acceptance and treatment of waste generated by the cleanout of storm water oil/grit separators.

      Out Of County Refuse Disposal

    This program provides for the rail shipment of ash residue that is designated for recycling or disposal from the Resource Recovery Facility (RRF) to Fulton Rail Yard near Richmond, Virginia, where it is unloaded and transported by truck to the Old Dominion Landfill, a contracted landfill where the ash is processed for further metals removal and recycling. Ash may be beneficially reused as alternate daily cover and road base within the lined areas of Old Dominion Landfill and other modern landfill facilities. This program also provides for the shipment of nonprocessible waste, such as construction material and, if necessary, bypass waste, from the Transfer Station to either recycling facilities, rubble landfills, or other contracted landfills.

      Recycling Outreach And Education

    This program provides for broadly educating everyone living and working in the County about recycling, reuse, buying recycled products, composting, grasscycling, and waste reduction, and the need to comply with applicable County laws. Public education is an important effort which supports solid waste program goals and ensures the success of recycling initiatives and progress to achieve the County's recycling goal.

    Program Performance MeasuresActual
    FY15
    Actual
    FY16
    Estimated
    FY17
    Target
    FY18
    Target
    FY19
    Percent of total municipal solid waste recycled 16161626364
    Total recycling (tonnage)625,408635,749654,848672,816689,755
    Single-family recycling (tonnages)281,143284,529290,815295,160300,114
    1  This reporting is performed on a calendar year basis and CY16 data is estimated.

      Satellite Sites

    This program provides for the operation of a satellite drop-off site at the Poolesville Highway Services Depot. Residents can bring bulky materials to this site. The site, which operates only on weekends, provides drop-off for trash items as a convenience to County residents and reduces the incidence of roadside dumping. The material that is collected is then transported to the Transfer Station in Derwood.

      Transfer Station

    The purpose of this program is to provide a receiving, processing, and shipping facility for municipal solid waste generated within the County. In addition to regular trash, waste that is handled or recycled includes scrap metal, oil and anti-freeze, textiles, car batteries, and construction material. County staff operates the scale-house and oversees general operations, while contractors provide for the receipt and transfer of waste and operate the public unloading facility and recycling drop-off areas. This program includes enforcement of the County's ban on delivery of recyclables mixed with trash delivered for disposal and the inspection and licensing of waste collection vehicles; and it provides for the regulation and enforcement of certain provisions of Chapter 48 of the County Code, including licensing requirements for refuse and recycling commercial collectors, and haulers of solid waste and recyclables.

    Program Performance MeasuresActual
    FY15
    Actual
    FY16
    Estimated
    FY17
    Target
    FY18
    Target
    FY19
    Number of customers dropping off household hazardous waste at the Transfer Station78,50092,05279,00079,10079,400

      Yard Trim Reduction

    The purpose of this program is to provide education and training to residents, multi-family properties, and businesses to reduce the amount of yard trim materials (grass, leaves, and brush) generated and also to manage what is generated on-site through both grasscycling and composting, thus reducing the amount of yard trim materials that must be collected, transported, and managed at the County's Compost Facility in Dickerson or at private compost facilities.

      Recycling Center

    This program provides for the separation, processing, and marketing of recyclable materials (glass, metal, and plastic). The Recycling Center also serves as a transfer point for shipping residential mixed paper for processing. The Recycling Center receives recyclable material collected under the County curbside collection program, as well as some materials from municipalities and multi-family properties and non-residential properties which have established recycling programs. The materials are then sorted and shipped to markets for recycling. This program also provides for the management of the County's residential and some non-residential mixed paper. A new fiber sorting line is being added in FY16, to improve separation and marketing of commodities. Mixed paper includes newspaper, corrugated containers, kraft paper bags, magazines, telephone directories, and unwanted mail.

      Residential Collection

    This program provides for securing, administering, monitoring, and enforcing countywide contracts with private collectors for collection of residential refuse and recyclables, and responding to the service needs of residents. Staff processes service requests from MC311 to ensure timely fulfillment by collection contractors. This program also provides for enforcement of the County's recycling regulations as they apply to single-family waste generators, and enforcement of relevant parts of Chapter 48 of the County Code.

    Program Performance MeasuresActual
    FY15
    Actual
    FY16
    Estimated
    FY17
    Target
    FY18
    Target
    FY19
    Single-family solid waste charge: Refuse collection fee, charged for once per week curbside collection including on-call bulk pickups (Dollars per household)6670707077
    Average number of recycling collections missed per week, not picked up within 24 hours6.85.812.110.05.0
    Average number of refuse collections missed per week, not picked up within 24 hours4.510.318.315.09.0

      Resource Recovery Facility & Related Waste Transfer

    This program provides for the operation of the Montgomery County Resource Recovery Facility (RRF). The RRF serves as the primary disposal facility for non-recycled waste generated in the County. Renewable energy in the form of electricity is generated by the combustion of municipal solid waste and is sold into the competitive energy market. Ferrous metals are recovered and recycled. Extensive environmental and operational monitoring is conducted, to meet contractual obligations and all applicable regulatory standards. This program also includes costs for related operations at the Transfer Station and for transportation of waste from the Transfer Station to the RRF. Beginning in FY18, this program will also include the recycling of ash residue remaining after solid waste is processed through the RRF.

    Program Performance MeasuresActual
    FY15
    Actual
    FY16
    Estimated
    FY17
    Target
    FY18
    Target
    FY19
    Percent of total municipal solid waste sent to landfill 113.212.812.712.612.4
    1  FY16 data is a projection.

      Site 2

    This program provides for the management of properties acquired for a potential future landfill. All properties are leased and/or used by private residents. Management activities include the inspection, evaluation, and maintenance of leased agricultural land, single-family dwellings, and agricultural buildings. Activities are coordinated with the Department of General Services as needed.

      Support for Recycling Volunteers

    The mission of this program is to recruit and retain volunteers to augment available staff resources to educate the general public and thereby improve participation in waste reduction, reuse, recycling, and buying recycled programs. This resident-to-resident and peer-to-peer contact is very effective in motivating people living and working in the County to actively participate more in recycling.

      Waste System Planning

    This program supports the planning and development of solid waste programs in accordance with the mandates of the County's Ten Year Comprehensive Solid Waste Management Plan. This may include evaluating existing source reduction, recycling, composting, collection, and disposal programs and policies with the intent of achieving solid waste program goals.

    Budget Summary
    TitleActual
    FY16
    Budget
    FY17
    Estimate
    FY17
    Approved
    FY18
    %Chg
    Bud/App
    SOLID WASTE DISPOSAL
    EXPENDITURES
    Salaries and Wages7306868.007632771.00 7526977.00 7795900.002.1
    Employee Benefits2524900.002701788.00 2655011.00 2721876.000.7
    Solid Waste Disposal Personnel Costs9831768.0010334559.00 10181988.00 10517776.001.8
    Operating Expenses86851320.0072086778.00 70946778.00 75689450.005.0
    Capital Outlay3720177.003085826.00 3085826.00 3493502.0013.2
    Solid Waste Disposal Expenditures100403265.0085507163.00 84214592.00 89700728.004.9
    PERSONNEL
    Full-Time75.0075.00 75.00 75.000.0
    Part-Time1.002.00 2.00 2.000.0
    FTEs91.9294.19 94.19 93.68-0.5
    REVENUES
    Investment Income90147.00180500.00 177410.00 304130.0068.5
    Miscellaneous Revenues450481.009119411.00 10559494.00 12641030.0038.6
    Other Charges/Fees202107.00238628.00 241800.00 241800.001.3
    Other Fines/Forfeitures57788.0056934.00 48345.00 48345.00-15.1
    Other Licenses/Permits14390.0013145.00 13145.00 13145.000.0
    Property Rentals21716.0039719.00 35726.00 35526.00-10.6
    Sale of Recycled Materials2225932.005232584.00 5072979.00 6994213.0033.7
    Solid Waste Disposal Fees/Operating Revenues24645895.0028658109.00 25212076.00 25642838.00-10.5
    Systems Benefit Charge66334899.0056176598.00 56195807.00 55181673.00-1.8
    Solid Waste Disposal Revenues94043355.0099715628.00 97556782.00 101102700.001.4
     
    SOLID WASTE COLLECTION
    EXPENDITURES
    Salaries and Wages1010549.001093823.00 1074520.00 1133632.003.6
    Employee Benefits312465.00365227.00 358356.00 374442.002.5
    Solid Waste Collection Personnel Costs1323014.001459050.00 1432876.00 1508074.003.4
    Operating Expenses4698446.005244377.00 5099377.00 5334573.001.7
    Solid Waste Collection Expenditures6021460.006703427.00 6532253.00 6842647.002.1
    PERSONNEL
    Full-Time4.004.00 4.00 4.000.0
    Part-Time0.000.00 0.00 0.000.0
    FTEs11.0911.36 11.36 11.460.9
    REVENUES
    Investment Income9673.0014930.00 19040.00 32640.00118.6
    Other Charges/Fees11742.000.00 0.00 0.000.0
    Systems Benefit Charge6394499.006427259.00 6420845.00 6440210.000.2
    Solid Waste Collection Revenues6415914.006442189.00 6439885.00 6472850.000.5
     
    DEPARTMENT TOTALS
    Total Expenditures106424725.0092210590.00 90746845.00 96543375.004.7
    Total Full-Time Positions79.0079.00 79.00 79.000.0
    Total Part-Time Positions1.002.00 2.00 2.000.0
    Total FTEs103.01105.55 105.55 105.14-0.4
    Total Revenues100459269.00106157817.00 103996667.00 107575550.001.3
    FY18 Approved Changes
    TitleExpendituresFTEs
    SOLID WASTE DISPOSAL
    FY17 ORIGINAL APPROPRIATION8550716394.19
    Changes (with service impacts)
    Enhance: Contract support to develop food waste collection program and strategic plan [Waste System Planning]1000000.00
    Other Adjustments (with no service impacts)
    Increase Cost: Capital Equipment Replacement Schedule - Compost Facility [Dickerson Compost Facility]23041140.00
    Increase Cost: Recycling Center - contractually mandated increases [Recycling Center]10508940.00
    Increase Cost: Resource Recovery Facility (RRF) - contractually mandated increases [Resource Recovery Facility & Related Waste Transfer]9403540.00
    Increase Cost: Capital Equipment Replacement Schedule - Recycling Center [Recycling Center]7130000.00
    Increase Cost: Out-of-County Haul - increased tonnage of hauled material [Out Of County Refuse Disposal]5635480.00
    Increase Cost: Transfer Station - contractually mandated increases [Transfer Station]5006360.00
    Increase Cost: Capital Equipment Replacement Schedule - Transfer Station [Transfer Station]4100000.00
    Increase Cost: Compost Facility - contractually mandated increases [Dickerson Compost Facility]2173950.00
    Increase Cost: FY18 Compensation Adjustment2100690.00
    Increase Cost: Dickerson Master Plan - environmental monitoring requirements of master plan [Dickerson Master Plan Implementation]1837960.00
    Increase Cost: Risk Management Adjustment1392220.00
    Increase Cost: Commercial Recycling [Commercial Recycling]1178530.00
    Increase Cost: Oaks Landfill - contractually madated increases [Oaks Landfill]1052290.00
    Increase Cost: Recycling Outreach and Education Program - cost increases related to commercial outreach program and the educational program at the recycling center [Recycling Outreach And Education]1031450.00
    Increase Cost: Household Hazardous Waste - contractually mandated increases [Household & Small Quantity Hazardous Waste Management]895430.00
    Increase Cost: Multi-Family Recycling - contractually mandated increases [Multi-Family Recycling]726520.00
    Increase Cost: SWD Administration [Administration and Support]591270.00
    Increase Cost: Site 2 Landfill - pond upkeep and other maintenance [Site 2]519680.00
    Increase Cost: Residential Recycling Collection - CPI increases on contracts and an increase of homes served [Residential Collection]504080.00
    Increase Cost: Motor Pool Adjustment460840.00
    Increase Cost: Capital Equipment Replacement Schedule - Information Technology and Automation [Administration and Support]363880.00
    Increase Cost: Annualization of FY17 Compensation Increases347460.00
    Increase Cost: Capital Equipment Replacement Schedule - Oaks Landfill [Oaks Landfill]300000.00
    Increase Cost: Retirement Adjustment268730.00
    Increase Cost: Charges from the Public Information Office - Disposal Fund [Residential Collection]113460.20
    Increase Cost: Information Technology and Automation - server maintenance contractual increase [Administration and Support]96940.00
    Increase Cost: Charges from the Department of Finance - Disposal Fund [Administration and Support]55660.00
    Increase Cost: Support for Recycling Volunteers - CPI increases on associated contracts [Support for Recycling Volunteers]25720.00
    Increase Cost: Annualization of FY17 Personnel Costs23530.00
    Increase Cost: Yard Trim Reduction - CPI increases on associated contracts [Yard Trim Reduction]18810.00
    Increase Cost: Satellite Sites [Satellite Sites]8920.00
    Increase Cost: Other Information Technology related cost increases8400.00
    Decrease Cost: Printing and Mail-1930.00
    Decrease Cost: Retiree Health Insurance Pre-Funding-49400.00
    Decrease Cost: Interdepartmental charges to Environmental Protection - RRF activities [Resource Recovery Facility & Related Waste Transfer]-7324-0.05
    Decrease Cost: Interdepartmental charges to Environmental Protection - Dickerson Compost Facility [Dickerson Compost Facility]-16056-0.06
    Decrease Cost: Interdepartmental charges to Environmental Protection - Oaks Landfill [Oaks Landfill]-92987-0.29
    Decrease Cost: Interdepartmental charges to Environmental Protection - Gude Landfill [Gude Landfill]-101244-0.31
    Decrease Cost: Waste System Planning - decrease in associated consulting contract [Waste System Planning]-1120380.00
    Decrease Cost: Gude Landfill - reduction in planning costs related to Gude Landfill [Gude Landfill]-5780150.00
    Decrease Cost: Elimination of FY 17 Capital Equipment Replacement Schedule-30858260.00
    FY18 APPROVED8970072893.68
     
    SOLID WASTE COLLECTION
    FY17 ORIGINAL APPROPRIATION670342711.36
    Other Adjustments (with no service impacts)
    Increase Cost: Residential Refuse Collection - CPI increase for associated contracts and increase in homes served [Residential Collection]1038840.00
    Increase Cost: FY18 Compensation Adjustment266120.00
    Increase Cost: Charges from the Public Information Office - Collection Fund [Residential Collection]55850.10
    Increase Cost: Annualization of FY17 Compensation Increases37450.00
    Increase Cost: Charges from the Department of Finance - Collection Fund [Administration and Support]20980.00
    Increase Cost: Retirement Adjustment18370.00
    Increase Cost: Program Information Technology and Automation [Administration and Support]12030.00
    Increase Cost: Administration [Administration and Support]4710.00
    Decrease Cost: Retiree Health Insurance Pre-Funding-5300.00
    Decrease Cost: Annualization of FY17 Personnel Costs-20620.00
    Decrease Cost: Printing and Mail-36230.00
    FY18 APPROVED684264711.46
    Program Summary
    Program NameFY17 APPR
    Expenditures
    FY17 APPR
    FTEs
    FY18 APPR
    Expenditures
    FY18 APPR
    FTEs
    Administration and Support362029120.02387678820.02
    Commercial Recycling193001711.00209389611.00
    Enforcement12293229.9312910289.93
    Dickerson Compost Facility54720791.1565573291.15
    Dickerson Master Plan Implementation993680.572684690.51
    Gude Landfill13679301.316953691.00
    Household & Small Quantity Hazardous Waste Management10292410.0010687840.00
    Multi-Family Recycling8651754.009569984.00
    Oaks Landfill17475661.5217400881.23
    Out Of County Refuse Disposal117186101.00122967521.00
    Recycling Outreach And Education5511182.006632142.00
    Satellite Sites2339991.702388511.70
    Transfer Station494295216.00532317814.00
    Yard Trim Reduction817990.00836810.00
    Recycling Center62180402.5069892264.50
    Residential Collection2731546928.602762114128.90
    Resource Recovery Facility & Related Waste Transfer229622101.25238985731.20
    Site 21119380.401647310.40
    Support for Recycling Volunteers1388120.001413840.00
    Waste System Planning5746542.605738952.60
    Total92210590105.5596543375105.14
    Charges to Other Departments
    Charged DepartmentCharged FundFY17
    Total$
    FY17
    FTES
    FY18
    Total$
    FY18
    FTES
    SOLID WASTE DISPOSAL
    General ServicesGeneral Fund2585000.002517490.00
    Parking District ServicesBethesda Parking696000.00695580.00
    Parking District ServicesSilver Spring Parking1327000.001347680.00
    Parking District ServicesMontgomery Hills Parking22000.0000.00
    Parking District ServicesWheaton Parking131000.00130420.00
    Liquor ControlLiquor197000.00196490.00
    Total4958000.004887660.00
    Future Fiscal Impacts ($000s)
    TitleFY18FY19FY20FY21FY22FY23
    SOLID WASTE DISPOSAL
    EXPENDITURES
    FY18 Approved89701.00000089701.00000089701.00000089701.00000089701.00000089701.000000
    No inflation or compensation change is included in outyear projections.
    Retiree Health Insurance Pre-funding0.0000002.0000006.0000007.0000009.0000009.000000
    These figures represent the estimated cost of pre-funding retiree health insurance costs for the County's workforce.
    Labor Contracts0.00000074.00000074.00000074.00000074.00000074.000000
    These figures represent the estimated annualized cost of general wage adjustments, service increments, and other negotiated items.
    Subtotal Expenditures89701.00000089777.00000089781.00000089782.00000089784.00000089784.000000
     
    SOLID WASTE COLLECTION
    EXPENDITURES
    FY18 Approved6843.0000006843.0000006843.0000006843.0000006843.0000006843.000000
    No inflation or compensation change is included in outyear projections.
    Retiree Health Insurance Pre-Funding0.0000000.0000000.0000000.0000000.0000000.000000
    Labor Contracts0.0000009.0000009.0000009.0000009.0000009.000000
    These figures represent the estimated annualized cost of general wage adjustments, service increments, and other negotiated items.
    Subtotal Expenditures6843.0000006852.0000006852.0000006852.0000006852.0000006852.000000