Dakota County Solid Waste Master Plan Engagement Plan Summary
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Dakota County Solid Waste Master Plan: Summary Engagement Implementation Plan
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This explains how the County is engaging different groups of stakeholders in the Master Planning process. Check back regularly for updates and to view results.
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Stakeholder groupsTopics (all forms of engagement)In-person, phoneOnlineTimingResults
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Round 1 input, Nov 2016-Feb 2017
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Haulers, facilities
Haulers (MSW and non-MSW)
Landfills (MSW and non-MSW)
Recycling facilities
Organics facilities
Industrial landfills
Resource recovery facilities
- Organics recycling
- Recyclables market
- Waste and toxicity reduction and reuse
- Public-private partnerships
- Hauler/facility data improvements
- Resource recovery
- Emerging technologies
- Municipal contracted hauling
County-organized input session; facilitated roundtable discussionsOnline surveyIn-person: Late November 2016

Online: Mid-November 2016 through mid-February 2017
See link above
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Businesses
All businesses, including multi-unit property owners, businesses that generate more or less organics, County Fair, etc.
- Waste and toxicity reduction and reuse
- Recycling barriers and supports
- (for large organics generators only) Organics diversion strategies
- Public-private partnerships
- Three recyclables requirements
- Recycling Zone
- Waste management
Some via partnerships with various business groups, associationsOnline surveyIn-person: At discretion of partners; no later than mid-January 2017

Online: Mid-November 2016 through mid-February 2017
See link above
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Residents
Multi-unit renters and owners
Single-unit renters and owners
(Including people speaking major languages other than English)
-Waste and toxicity reduction and reuse
- Recycling barriers and supports
- Recycling Zone
NoneOnline surveyOnline: Mid-November 2016 through mid-February 2017See link above
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Public entities
Cities
Townships
School districts
Other public entities in the County
- Waste and toxicity reduction and reuse
- Recycling barriers and supports
- Emerging technologies
- Resource recovery
- Contract hauling
- Public-public partnerships
- Waste management mechanisms
County-organized input session; facilitated roundtable discussions

Phone interviews with 9 public school districts to address unique issues such as organics
Online surveyIn-person: Mid-February 2017

Online: January-mid-February 2017
See link above
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Industrial waste generators- Waste and toxicity reduction and reuse ideas
- Recycling barriers and supports
- Public-private partnerships
NoneOnline surveyOnline: Mid-November 2016 through mid-February 2017See link above
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Reuse organizations- Waste and toxicity reduction and reuse
- Recycling barriers and supports
- Three recyclables requirements
- Public-public partnerships
- Food waste reduction
NoneOnline surveyOnline: Mid-November 2016 through mid-February 2017See link above
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Stakeholder groupsTopics (all forms of engagement)In-person, phoneOnlineTimingResults
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Round 2 feedback, April-May 2017
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Haulers, facilities
Haulers (MSW and non-MSW)
Landfills (MSW and non-MSW)
Recycling facilities
Organics facilities
Industrial landfills
Resource recovery facilities
Both haulers and facilities
- Consistent collection
- Commercial organics separation, diversion
- Commercial organics diversion, phased by type
- Recycling education
- Process to advance residential organics diversion and collection
Haulers only:
- Organized trash hauling options
- Residential curbside recycling and organics collection
Facilities only:
- Non-traditional items
- Residential organics diversion and collection
County-organized feedback session; facilitated roundtable discussionsOnline survey for those unable to attend workshopMay 2017
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Businesses, schools/districts
All businesses, including multi-unit property owners, businesses that generate more or less organics, etc.
- Waste reduction
- Recycling education
- Consistent collection
- Three recyclables requirement
- Organics
NoneOnline surveyMay 2017
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Residents
Multi-unit renters and owners
Single-unit renters and owners
- Recycling information options
- Consistent collection
- Recycling and organics composting inventives
- Bulky item recycling/disposal supports
NoneOnline surveyMay 2017
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Municipalities
Cities, towns, townships
Townships
- Municipal operations
- Local ordinances
- Non-traditional items
- Recyclable materials
- Recycling education
- Contracted collection: residential recycling and organics
- Contracted collection: organics options
- Residential recycling and trash collection
- Contracted trash collection options
- Commercial organics diversion, collection
County-organized feedback session; facilitated roundtable discussionOnline survey for those unable to attend workshopMay 2017
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