Recently, the City of Manteca selected MuniEnvironmental to conduct a study of the City’s solid waste collection service. MuniEnvironmental, with its expertise in the solid waste industry, will analyze the efficiency of the City’s collection service and offer recommendations for improvements.
“Managing a collection service is demanding and highly complex,” says MuniEnvironmental CEO and Principal Consultant Jeff Duhamel. “It is essential for municipalities to assess their operations to ensure they have an efficient system in place. The City of Manteca has positioned itself for success by choosing to analyze its solid waste collection service.”
MuniEnvironmental will review the City’s residential and commercial collection routes including all solid waste, green waste, recycling and bulky item/special collection routes. The City’s transfer and disposal operations for solid waste, recyclables, green waste and food waste also will be reviewed.
“MuniEnvironmental understands the nuances of the solid waste industry,” adds Duhamel. “We are pleased to assist the City of Manteca in its efforts to improve its collection service, and we applaud the City for their decision to take this type of proactive measure.”
As part of the study, MuniEnvironmental will hold several stakeholder meetings with the City’s team including solid waste operations staff, route supervisors and drivers. Additionally, MuniEnvironmental will review the City’s solid waste master plan, review a proposed recycling contract and determine the feasibility of constructing a city transfer station. The study is to be completed in June 2018.
The City of Manteca is located approximately 76 miles east of San Francisco in San Joaquin County. Encompassing approximately 17 square miles, its population is more than 75,000. The City operates a solid waste collection service for residents and businesses.
With proven expertise in the Solid Waste, Recycling and Stormwater Industries, the experienced professional staff of MuniEnvironmental provides consulting services to municipalities, governmental agencies and certain private sector businesses such as nonprofit organizations and associations, universities, hospitals and campus-style facilities attempting to implement mandated regulatory requirements while striving to preserve their leadership and administrative role with their contract service providers and the business community. MuniEnvironmental has helped municipal clients including the Cities of Bellflower, Corona, Hawaiian Gardens, Industry, Irvine, Lomita, Paramount, Santa Fe Springs—and now, Manteca —achieve recycling goals, reduce disposal costs, update ordinances and manage complicated franchise agreements.
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