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Note: Reporting boundaries and requirements may vary depending on the reporting entity. This report meets UC Office of the President requirements. To learn more about this particular data set, contact Chris Leverenz at cleveren@ucsc.edu.
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Reporting Boundaries
Main campus (excludes off campus office complex and extension)
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MSW OnlyC+D Only
MSW+C+D
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FISCAL YEARWCUReduce (tons)Reuse (tons)Recycle (tons)Organics (tons)Allowable Residual Conversion(tons) Landfill and non allowable conversion (tons)Diversion rate (no C&D)less: Agricultural, landscape and animal wastelbs/wcu/dayC+D Reduce and Reuse (tons)C+D Recycled (tons)C+D Landfill and non allowable conversion (tons)Diversion rate (C&D only)Diversion rate (MSW+C&D)Conversion factors
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2007-08#DIV/0!#DIV/0!#DIV/0!65%Lbs per ton2000
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2008-0968%#DIV/0!#DIV/0!69%
days per year
365
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2009-1070%#DIV/0!#DIV/0!73%
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2010-1159%#DIV/0!#DIV/0!62%
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2011-1264%#DIV/0!#DIV/0!69%
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2012-130.00.01,296.01,200.00.01,369.065%#DIV/0!1,467.05.0100%74%
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2013-140.00.0812.01,300.00.01,385.060%#DIV/0!162.012.093%62%
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2014-150.00.0987.01,738.00.01,434.066%#DIV/0!7.034.017%65%
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2015-1617,7350.00.01,206.31,443.90.01,544.563%1.30962.8211.982%67%
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2016-1718,3800.0422.91,236.41,066.50.01,829.360%01.230198.5265.543%58%
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2017-1819,0100.0517.61,131.41,031.40.01,761.760%01.13631.6618.6124.491%64%
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2018-19#DIV/0!#DIV/0!#DIV/0!#DIV/0!
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2019-20#DIV/0!#DIV/0!#DIV/0!#DIV/0!
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2020-21#DIV/0!#DIV/0!#DIV/0!#DIV/0!
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2021-22#DIV/0!#DIV/0!#DIV/0!#DIV/0!
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2022-23#DIV/0!#DIV/0!#DIV/0!#DIV/0!
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2023-24#DIV/0!#DIV/0!#DIV/0!#DIV/0!
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2024-25#DIV/0!#DIV/0!#DIV/0!#DIV/0!
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2025-26#DIV/0!#DIV/0!#DIV/0!#DIV/0!
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2026-27#DIV/0!#DIV/0!#DIV/0!#DIV/0!
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2027-28#DIV/0!#DIV/0!#DIV/0!#DIV/0!
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2028-29#DIV/0!#DIV/0!#DIV/0!#DIV/0!
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2029-30#DIV/0!#DIV/0!#DIV/0!#DIV/0!
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Reduction and ReUse Calculation (add rows for more categories)
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FISCAL YEARCATEGORYEstimated / ActualQuantity (if applicable)Weight per unit TotalComments (please describe methodology including conversion factors and source)
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2015-16i.e. Furniture
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2016-17Wood chipEstimated325.3325.3Tree maintenance waste chipped by grounds staff and applied as mulch
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LogsEstimated24.224.2Tree maintenance and capital projects; to be used as mulch or landscape features
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Grass cyclingActual39.039.0Mulching deck on mower
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LanscapeEstimated28.528.5Grounds cleanup and cuttings applied as mulch
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SurplusActual5.95.9Furniture, tools, equipment
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TOTAL REUSE
422.9Total Reuse
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AppliancesActual7.1recycled
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E-wasteActual33.9recycled
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MattressesActual20.4recycled
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Toner Cartridges
Actual2.1recycled
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TOTAL RECYCLED
63.5Total Recycled in addition to items listed in standard columns
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2017-18Wood chipEstimated307.0307.0Tree maintenance waste chipped by grounds staff and applied as mulch
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LogsEstimated11.311.3Tree maintenance and capital projects; to be used as mulch or landscape features
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Grass cyclingEstimated130.0130.0Mulching deck on mower
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LandscapeEstimated41.141.1Grounds cleanup and cuttings applied as mulch
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SurplusActual26.626.6Furniture, tools, equipment
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Rescued foodActual1.61.6Dining program + housing move out
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TOTAL REUSE
517.6517.6Total Reuse
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AppliancesActual7.27.2recycled
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E-wasteActual35.735.7recycled
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MattressesActual31.130.5recycled
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Toner Cartridges
Actual1.11.1recycled
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TOTAL RECYCLED
74.574.5Total Recycled in addition to items listed in standard columns
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2018-19
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2019-20
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2020-21
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Landfill/W2E (tons)Recycling (tons)Compost (tons)
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FISCAL YEARLandfillCombustion/ Residual thermal processingGlassPlastics: 1-2Plastics: 1-3Plastics: 1-7AluminumCorrugated CardboardOffice Pack/ Mixed PaperScrap MetalCommingled Bottles and Cans (Glass, Plastics, Aluminum)Commingled Recyclables (Glass, Plastics, Aluminum, Cardboard, Paper)Shredded PaperStyrofoamLandscape/ Yard WasteFood ScrapsAnimal BeddingCooking OilCoffee GroundsFamily Housing Food WasteFamily Housing Green WasteVermicompost Food SourceShredded Newspaper for Vermicompost
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2015-16
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2016-171,8290.000.011.50.00.5369.272.2258.10418.5042.900.00296.5746.3023.700000
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2017-181,7620.000.020.00.01.8381.983.251.30489.6029.100.00271.8720.4039.200000
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2018-19
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2019-20
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2020-21
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2021-22
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2022-23
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2023-24
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2024-25
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2025-26
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2026-27
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2027-28
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2028-29
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2029-30
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WASTE TREATMENT LOCATIONS: Please list where each waste stream is treated (where applicable)
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Landfill/W2ERecycling Compost (tons)
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FISCAL YEARLandfilCombustion/ Residual thermal processingGlassPlastics: 1-2Plastics: 1-3Plastics: 1-7AluminumCorrugated CardboardOffice Pack/ Mixed PaperScrap MetalCommingled Bottles and Cans (Glass, Plastics, Aluminum)Commingled Recyclables (Glass, Plastics, Aluminum, Cardboard, Paper)Shredded PaperStyrofoamLandscape/ Yard WasteFood ScrapsAnimal BeddingCooking OilCoffee GroundsFamily Housing Food WasteFamily Housing Green WasteVermicompost Food SourceShredded Newspaper for Vermicompost
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2015-16
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2016-17Santa Cruz LandfillSanta Cruz Resource RecoverySchnitzer Steel (San Jose)GreenWaste; Santa Cruz Res RecInternational Paper (San Jose)Schnitzer Steel (San Jose)Santa Cruz Resource RecoveryContractorsSanta Cruz Resource RecoveryMonterey Regional Waste Man DistrSequential Inc
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2017-18
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2018-19
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2019-20
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2020-21
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2021-22
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2022-23
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2023-24
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2024-25
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2025-26
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2026-27
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2027-28
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