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[greenyes] How to read the table i posted last week on Chapel Hill's monthly waste generation
In the posting, the table layout got messed up. Since the netiquette says "don't post attachments" i felt constrained to putting this all in excel. 

Thus: if you, dear reader are confused by what you saw but really want that data: 'unwrap' each line visually, so the end of the first line becomes "low month res."  followed by the categoy "low month com." then the following line in the posting contains the data for the peak months of the first year of record FY 1995-96. the line following that in the posting simply says "Mar" then "Jun",  those two months should be 'unwrapped' to fall below the low month res and low month com columns respectively.  Using this method, you can see annual highs and lows of monthly waste generation for eight years.  

Summarizing, in three of eight years, December was peak month for residential waste and in no year was it the peak month for commercial waste which includes Multifamily collection. Hope this makes sense. 

Blair Pollock
Solid Waste Programs Manager
(919) 968-2788
fax: (919) 932-2900
PO Box 17177
Chapel Hill, NC 27516-7177

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