NewGen was retained by the Houston-Galveston Area Council (H-GAC) to conduct a commercial food waste collection feasibility assessment concentrated on the challenge of providing cost-effective commercial collection of organic food waste, thus increasing landfill diversion rates. The comprehensive, regional assessment spanned both public and private waste generators (restaurants, grocery stores, commercial food processors, etc.) and covered a 13-county area including more than 6.5 million people. The NewGen Project Team developed a market leading 5-year action plan to facilitate the cost-effective increase in the diversion of food and food waste to the landfill.
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To support informed financial decisions and consolidation of multiple financial tools, NewGen worked closely with CPS staff to develop an integrated financial planning and reporting tool. The tool is designed to perform real-time scenario analyses and is integrated with existing budgeting, generation planning, and rate models or reports. Interactive, visual dashboards and custom reports summarize and communicate scenario results, sensitivities and financial KPIs to facilitate senior management decisions.
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Members of NewGen were hired by the City of Superior, Wisconsin to perform a comprehensive set of studies that was separated into four distinct phases:
- Phase I: Conduct a Cost of Service Study
- Phase II: Conduct a Wasteshed Analysis
- Phase III: Conduct a Landfill Valuation Analysis
- Phase IV: Procurement and On-call Consulting Services
Read more: Procurement Support