Quantcast Low Cost/Low Precision Survey (Plan B) -Cont.

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(2)  Step 3.  A collection card is filled out by the truck driver for
each refuse container collected during a collection run.
(a)
Date -- month, day and year.
(b)
Can Size -- circle volume units.
(c)
Building Number -- according to method approved by survey
supervisor.
(d)
Truck Identification -- according to method approved by survey
supervisor.
(e)
Run Number -- circle number which corresponds to the load of
the day.
(f)
Load Type -- circle number which corresponds to the
predominant refuse type in the container; if none can be
determined, circle mixed refuse.  Unusual waste materials
included in an otherwise homogeneous waste load shall be noted
under the "other" category (e.g., motor block in a container
full of wood scraps would be reported as a load type 2, 8-
motor block).
(g)
Load Volume -- circle number which best approximates the
volume of waste in a container.  The "no load" category is
used only when investigating the waste production of a
particular building or group of buildings.  All conditions
must be reported.
(h)
Weather -- circle number which best describes the
predominating weather for the run.  Intermittent drizzle or
snow flurries shall be reported as "dry."
(3)  Step 4.  A weigh card is filled out by the truck driver at the
end of each trip to the landfill or incinerator.  The survey supervisor
will arrange for the scale operator to fill out similar weigh cards on
all non-scheduled truck loads arriving at the landfill.  The survey
supervisor will collect information on truck capacities and composition
ratios.  Each collection truck driver will supply the following
information on the weigh cards:
(a)
Date -- month, day and year.
(b)
Truck Identification -- according to the method approved by
the survey supervisor.
(c)
Run Number -- circle number which corresponds to the number
of loads for that day.
(d)
Loaded Weight -- the weigh master or truck scale operator will
supply the loaded weight values to be entered in this blank.
(e)
Load Type -- circle the numbers of the major components of the
load and visually estimate the volume percentage of all load
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