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Waste Productivity

A measure of the company's productivity in relation to resulting waste, as compared to other companies in their industry
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Companies Values
90.6
% 2014
87.2
% 2014
86.9
% 2014
82.6
% 2014
81.7
% 2014
73.6
% 2014
69.1
% 2014
67.7
% 2014
64.3
% 2014
63
% 2014
59.4
% 2014
55.7
% 2014
53.6
% 2014
52.5
% 2014
47.2
% 2014
44.2
% 2014
42.8
% 2014
35.9
% 2014
34
% 2014
30.2
% 2014

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1-100
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In the first step, each company's Waste Productivity is calculated for 2012. Waste Productivity is defined as Revenue ($US) / [Total waste generated (metric tonnes) _ waste recycled/reused (metric tonnes)]. Each company_s Waste Productivity is then percent-ranked against that of all Industry Group peers in the CKC research universe and multiplied by 0.75. In the second step, the change in each company_s Waste Productivity from 2010-2012 is calculated and percent-ranked against that of all same-industry group peers within the CKC research universe. If the company_s percent-ranked 2012 Waste Productivity is top quartile, their percent-ranked change in Waste Productivity for 2010-2012 is multiplied by 1 and then by 0.25. If the company_s percent-ranked 2012 Waste Productivity is second quartile, their percent-ranked change in Waste Productivity for 2010-2012 is multiplied by 0.75 and then by 0.25. If the company_s percent-ranked 2012 Waste Productivity is third quartile, their percent-ranked change in Waste Productivity for 2010-2012 is multiplied by 0.5 and then by 0.25. If the company_s percent-ranked 2012 Waste Productivity is bottom quartile, their percent-ranked change in Waste Productivity for 2010-2012 is multiplied by 0.25 and then by 0.25. In the third step, the values from the first and second steps are totaled.