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TOTA L O R GANI ZAT I O N R E VE NUE & VO LUME

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TH E AFT E RMARKE T

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K E N T CO UNT Y R E C YC L E CE NT E R

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TR A N SI T I O NAL W O R K E XPE RI E NCE


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T O TA L O R G A N I Z AT I O N $27.8 million

T O TA L R E TA I L & D O N AT E D G O O D S

AFTERMARKET O P E R AT I O N S

SHOP GOODWILL

BOOKS ONLINE

OUTLET CENTER

$21.8 million (70.4% E/R)

$2.1 million (40.9% E/R)

$1.2 million (51.3% E/R)

$630,000 (70% E/R)

$620,000 (50.2% E/R)

2603

842

421

Participants Served

Participants Placed into Competitve Employment

Participants in Stable Employment for 90 Days

85% Approximately

Based from 2012 Data

of all the material collected by Goodwill creates value for the organization

T O TA L V O L U M E D I S T R I B U T I O N

W O O D -TO - E NE R GY 1%

An estimated 17% of total volume ends up in a landfill while 1% goes to a wood broiler to produce energy.

WA S T E 15% RE TA I L 30%

R E C YC LE 21%

Approximately

54% S A LVAG E 33%

of our total donation volume is sold in our Salvage or Recycling Market

We receive an estimated 45lbs of material for every donor delivering materials to Goodwill Industries of Greater Grand Rapids.


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THE AFTERMARKET

In 2012 Aftermarket Operations diverted 12.2 Million lbs of material from local landfills.

T O TA L S A LVA G E & R E C YC L E V O L U M E ( L B S ) 14,000,000.0 12,000,000.0 10,000,000.0

Comparing 2012 volume to 2009, Goodwill Industries of Greater Grand Rapids has increased total volume by 1,381,020lbs (13%) in its Salvage & Recycle Operations.

8,000,000.0 6,000,000.0 4,000,000.0 2,000,000.0 2009

2010

2011

2012

RECYC LE

3,707,436.0

4,895,660.0

4,642,720.0

4,561,166.0

SA LVAGE

6,754,665.0

7,456,215.0

7,276,058.0

7,281,955.0

T O TA L S A LVA G E & R E C YC L E R E V E N U E $2,500,000.00 $2,000,000.00

Comparing 2012 revenue to 2009, Goodwill Industries of Greater Grand Rapids has increased total revenue by $851,589.91 (68%) in its Salvage & Recycle Operations.

$1,500,000.00 $1,000,000.00 $500,000 2009

2010

2011

2012

RECYC LE

$249,267.00

$451,073.00

$416,478.63

$355,742.66

SA LVAGE

$1,002,167.34

$1,435,805.14

$1,454,015.65

$1,747,281.59


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Since 2008 we have managed to reduce total waste volume going to landfill by 45% while simultaneously increasing our total donor volume by 29%. WASTE DON ORS LIN EAR ( WA ST E) LIN EAR (DO N O R S)

WA S T E & D O N O R T R E N D ( 2 0 0 8 - 2 0 1 2 )

450

60,000

350

50,000

300 40,000

250 200

30,000

150

20,000

100 10,000

59 0

2008

2009

2010

2011

OCT

JUL

APR

JAN

OCT

JUL

APR

JAN

OCT

JUL

APR

JAN

OCT

JUL

APR

JAN

OCT

JUL

APR

JAN

-

2012

Since 2008 Goodwill has reduced total landfill expenses by 60% saving $180,000/year. WA S T E V OLU ME

T O TA L O R G A N I Z AT I O N A L WA S T E & V O L U M E E X P E N S E

WA S T E E X P EN SE

4,000

$350,000

3,500

$300,000

3,000

$250,000

2,500

$200,000

2,000

$150,000

1,500

$100,000

1,000

$50,000

500 -

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

3,471

2,916

2,348

2,469

2,090

$288,938.53

$224,220.76

$170,426.19

$155,679.49

$114,991.62


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AFTERMARKET DISTRIBUTION

MAT ER I A L S

VOLUM E

RE VE N UE

B O O K S ( R EC YC LE )

4%

1%

B O O K S ( V EN D OR )

4%

3%

C A R D B OA R D

2%

<1%

CO M P U T E R S

7%

4%

M E TA L ( F ER R O US)

9%

2%

<1%

1%

M I X E D PA P E R

4%

1%

M I X E D S A LVAGE

3%

3%

P L A S TI C S

4%

1%

S H O E S ( PA I RE D )

3%

15%

S H O E S ( U N PAIR E D )

1%

<1%

<1%

3%

T E LE V I S I O N S

8%

1%

T E X T I LE S

47%

65%

WO O D

3%

<1%

M E TA L ( N O N - F ER R O US)

M I S C E LL A N E O US

VOLUME DISTRIBUTION

REVENUE DISTRIBUTION

Shoes comprise 3% of total volume, but 15% of total revenue

Textiles comprise 47% of total volume, but

65%

of the total revenue

Televisions comprise 8% of total volume, but only 1% of total revenue


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K E N T CO U N T Y R E C YC L E C E N T E R

*I N C O M I N G V O L U M E G L A S S (16%)

H DPE NAT UR A L (2%)

O CC (14%)

H DPE CO LO R (2%)

N E W S (54%)

PE T (4%)

TI N (4%)

E L E C T R O NI CS (1%)

3 - 7 S C R A P (2%)

BAT T E RI E S (.002%)

B AG S (1%)

ALUMI NUM (0%)* *not yet calculated

O U TG O I N G S A LVA G E* 2011

2012

D I FF

37.00

52.99

43.2%

G LA S S

2784.86

3343.39

20.0%

3-7 SCRAP

578.62

681.54

17.8%

H D P E CO LO R

317.00

368.19

16.1%

PET

851.82

982.59

15.4%

TIN

748.19

847.96

13.3%

O CC

3038.37

3312.39

9.0%

H D P E N ATUR A L

385.19

416.79

8.2%

11705.85

12560.69

7.3%

52.49

52.95

0.9%

MAT ER I A L S A LU M I N U M

N E WS B AT T E R I E S

DISTRIBUTION WEIGHT

R E V EN U E

PET

275.29

$94,433.60

HDP E COLOR

108.24

$50,313.30

HDP E N ATU R AL

110.58

$65,148.00

3-7 SCR AP

152.26

$9,135.60

MAT ER IA LS

$219,030.50

*weight in tons

PET 15% Since 2011, before Goodwillâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s partnership, 4 out of the top 5 increased salvages have been due to our participants sorting those materials.

HD P E COLOR 8%

35% of the total

REVENUE In the first quarter alone, the T WE program has brought in $219,000 revenue for the Kent County Recycle Center!

OT HE R MAT E RI A L S %6 5

HD P E N AT U R A L 10% 3 -7 S CR A P 2%

comes from the materials that our participants sort.


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TRANSITIONAL WORK EXPERIENCE

T H E T WE M O D E L

P R E PA R AT I O N

Intake Orientation

Currently there are two locations that the

Initial Programming

Transitional Work Experience (TWE) Model

Resume Preparation

is being implemented: The Aftermarket

Mock Interview

and the Kent County Recycle Center.

Referral Waiting List

Both programs use a similar model to provide a temporary work environment for participants to transition into more permanent employment opportunities.

Facility Orientation 32-40 Hour Work Weeks

PA R T I C I PAT I O N

60-Day Program Weekly Evaluation Program Graduation

Work Force Development Career Coaching

PLACEMENT

Referral Recommendation Retention Check-Ups 90, 180, and 360+ Days

40% of Aftermarket labor comes from our paid Transitional Work Program.

90%

of Aftermarket staff has been former Transitional Work Program participants. OP ER ATION S WORK FOR CE DE VELOPMEN T

65% of all participants complete the program successfully.


NICK CARLSON Director of Environmental Sustainability Work: (616) 532-4200 Cell: (616) 893-1119 ncarlson@goodwillgr.org

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