Morongo Band of Mission Indians Compost Feasibility Analysis
A financial feasibility analysis for a composting program was explored and the analysis determined that while the project was feasible, start-up costs could be prohibitive, and an increased waste stream was critical to growth.
Tohono O'odham Capital Improvement Plan
Working with the Tribe's waste and public work's coordinator, EFCWest prepared a capital improvement plan to support Tribal efforts to sustain their waste management and recycling efforts over time.
San Carlos Apache Nation: Managing Waste and Creating Jobs
Responding to a request from the Tribal waste management service, Mount Turnbull Sanitation, EFCWest helped support the Tribe's efforts to strengthen their waste efforts and build a stronger Tribal company. The project begans with a feasibility study and culminated in a long-term business plan.
Yurok Tribe: Integrated Solid Waste Management Plan
The Yurok Tribe reached out to EFCWest to help the Tribe develop their Integrated Solid Waste Management Plan (ISWMP) and then explore the possibility of a Tribal-operated waste management business for the future.
Native American Environmental Protection Coalition (NAEPC): Strategic Planning
In response to a request from NAEPC, a tribally formed, directed and guided organization devoted to strengthening Tribal Sovereignty and building tribal capacity for environmental resources and programs, EFC West guided the organization through their strategic planning process.
La Jolla Band of Luiseno Indians: Developing a Local Economy Through Recycling and Ecotourism
To help the Tribe sustain their waste and recycling programs, EFCWest prepared a business plan for the transfer station and other waste programs.
Washoe Tribe of Nevada and California: Rebuilding a Tribal Campground
EFCWest worked on a Market Research and Viability Report exploring the financial feasibility of rehabilitating the Washoe campground located on Reservation land and on a Washoe Tribal Campground and Heritage Center Business Plan.
Rincon Band of Luiseño Indians: Biodiesel Analysis
EFCWest, assisted the Rincon Band of Luiseño Indians with an analysis of a consultant's proposal to produce biodiesel on the reservation from waste vegetable oil generated by the casino's restaurants and to be used to fuel reservation vehicles.