2014 SARC Annual Report

California Department of Insurance



300 Capitol Mall Suite 1700
Sacramento, CA 95814
Sacramento County
Jurisdiction: Sacramento

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1,377

David Murrish, (916) 492-3496, murrishd@insurance.ca.gov

Facilities
Facility NameAddressNumber of Employees
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Annual Per Capita Disposal
Employees

1,377

CDI Classifies as a person working/employed full time by/for the State of California. The number of employees currently working for CDI was provided by CDI's HR and Budgets departments.
Disposal

103.00 tons

0.00 tons

Contacted all waste management and building management companies for information on recycling and waste management; some were unable to provide actual tonnage collected. For these locations, the disposal weight calculations were based on the maximum capacity of the collection container, which were assumed full every week.
Annual Results

0.20

0.41
Questions

Non-recyclable office waste.

Currently CDI has only one location that compost. CDI will encourage composting in other locations.

Programs
  • Glass
  • Plastics (#3-7)
  • Cardboard
  • Newspaper
  • Office paper (white)
  • Office paper (mixed)
  • Confidential shredded paper
  • Copier/toner cartridges
  • Scrap metal
  • Construction materials/debris
CDI's surplus furniture, equipment and property in good to fair condition are removed to the warehouse, mail and supply rooms to be reused or repurposed. Obsolete and broken I.T. equipment is disposed of through e-Waste collection after hard drives have been cleaned.
  • Green Waste - Commercial pickup
Currently CDI has one location that composts. CDI will encourage composting in other locations. CDI will educate employees on the benefits of recycling and green business.
  • Paper forms reduction - online forms
  • Bulletin boards
  • Remanufactured toner cartridges
  • Washable/Reusable cups, service ware, towels
  • Reusable boxes
  • Electronic document storage
  • Intranet
  • Reuse of office furniture, equipment & supplies
  • Reuse of packing materials
  • Reuse of construction/remodeling materials
  • Double-sided copies
  • Email vs. paper memos
CDI continues to work with DGS RESD (Real Estate Services Division) to reutilize modular furniture at other state agencies and departments. CDI recycle toner cartridge, alkaline batteries, CVR containers, scrap metal, mixed paper and cardboard.
  • Nonprofit/school donations
  • Internal property reutilizations
  • State surplus (accepted by DGS)
  • Employee supplies exchange
CDI's surplus furniture, equipment and property in good to fair condition are removed to the warehouse, mail and supply rooms to be reused or repurposed. Obsolete and broken I.T. equipment is disposed of through e-Waste collection after hard drives have been cleaned.
  • Environmentally Preferable Purchasing (EPP) procurement policy
  • Staff procurement training regarding RCP/EPP policies
  • RCP/EPP and/or SABRC requirements language included in procurement contracts for products/materials
Environmentally Preferable Purchasing (EPP) procurement policy Staff procurement training regarding RCP/EPP policies RCP/EPP language included in procurement contracts for products and materials
  • Signage (signs, posters, labels for recycling bins. Existing or implemented by July 1, 2018)*
  • Web page (intranet or internet)
  • Brochures, flyers, newsletters, publications, newspaper articles/ads
  • Office recycling guide, fact sheets
  • New employee package
  • Seminars, workshops, special speakers
  • Waste audits, waste evaluations/surveys
  • Special recycling/reuse events
CDI Green efforts are located on the Departmental intranet site.

State Agency Waste Management Programs: https://www.calrecycle.ca.gov/StateAgency/
Recyling Coordinator: SARC@calrecycle.ca.gov, (916) 341-6199
Buy Recycled Campaign: BuyRecycled@calrecycle.ca.gov, (916) 341-6199