ReDi Index® Glossary

Account Information Items

  1. Organization: The name of your specific organization if you are responsible for and inputting data for the entire organization. If you are responsible for and inputting data a segment of the organization, you might want to make that clear in what you select as “organization.”
  2. First Name: of the person entering this data, or the contact person.
  3. Last Name: of the person entering this data, or the contact person.
  4. E-mail address: of the person entering this data, or the contact person.
  5. Password: your unique key to access your data; don't forget it!
  6. Address: The street address for your primary organization. This address will be used for any 'address filters’ and the specific entity, company, or locale will be represented by this data. Each address is an account. Do not combine waste streams from different locations in the Index

My Results Items

  1. Green Answers: An answer to a waste type that is beneficial to the environment. On the questionnaire, there are answers that are not Landfill, WTE (non green), or N/A.
  2. Traditional: Items of waste that are ‘typically’ believed to have ‘green’ responses readily available to most consumers/industry.
  3. E-Cycling: Items of waste in the form of electronic equipment.
  4. Residual Waste: Items of waste as a byproduct of a process.
  5. Reusable: Items of waste that result from new purchases.
  6. Contract Services: Items of waste that result from on site work.

My Questionnaire Items

  1. Traditional: Items of waste that are ‘typically’ believed to have ‘green’ responses readily available to most consumers/industry.
  2. Green Answers: An answer to a waste type that is beneficial to the environment. On the questionnaire, there are answers that are not Landfill, WTE (non green), or N/A.
  3. Response: The way in which you handle your waste stream output. The categories are further defined below.

*Harvesting BTUs is a waste to energy (WTE) process whereby energy is the product of Municipal Solid Waste combustion and, through selected management controls, produces steam and/or electricity as a result.