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Financial Disclosure and Corporate Governance Statements - Pre-existing language


* Baseline Methodologies

RoadRunner uses the following volumetric conversion standards to determine material tonnages from container volumes and confirmed service frequencies when no other tonnage data is available from verified material
service documentation.

* Emissions Calculations

RoadRunner references the most recent EPA Waste Reduction Model and Emissions Factors Hub to determine which end of life material disposal categories qualify for scope inclusion, diversion credits, and carbon impact accounting; based on material types, outlet disposal process, manifest recorded waste streams, & generator location regulations. RoadRunner also references the IGES GHG Calculator for Mixed Waste as recommended by the NDC Partnership.

* Assumptions

RoadRunner runs all volumetric conversion totals against a predetermined average container fullness percentage to account for real world tonnage impacts such as bulky materials, seasonal consumption, and missed services. Fullness percentage figure is generated through verified waste metering pilots with aligned service data. Additional customer data may be used to calibrate alternative container fullness percentages for their own unique accounts.



  1. In the event the Company provides data reporting under this Agreement, such reports shall be provided on a quarterly and/or annual basis and may include monthly financial and tonnage data related to Materials generated, landfilled and/or combusted, diversion activities and corresponding CO2E levels at portfolio, account and location levels.
  2. The Company’s reports shall only include data that has been issued and delivered to the Company in writing by Waste Vendors providing services managed under this Agreement. Any data delivered to the Company for report inclusion that does not stem from a service managed under this Agreement may be considered at an additional charge, to be determined by the Company in its sole discretion and approved by Customer prior to such inclusion. Notwithstanding, the Company reserves the right to dismiss unverified information outside of services managed under this Agreement.
  3. The Company determines a report’s content through recurring queries of the Company’s proprietary operating platform, and Customer shall receive no rights in such platform. Periodic reporting files shall be provided to Customer in PDF and/or XLSX formats with free text fields including a service log of activity considered in the scope of reporting.
  4. The Company shall not perform any regulatory filings for Customer, and Customer shall retain responsibility for any and all regulatory filings, including, but not limited to, disclosures reports with the SEC and biennial reporting for the EPA, which Customer is required to perform


Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) 

Statement on Enhanced Standardization of Climate Disclosures

[17] Scope 3 emissions would be subject to a materiality qualifier, and would not be subject to any level of assurance. See Proposal at 159, 225. However, if a company identifies Scope 3 emissions as part of an emissions target or goal, then disclosure would be required. See Proposal at 489 (proposed Item 1504(c)).”

Sarbanes-Oxley Act

International Financial Reporting Standards by International Sustainability Standards Board  (ISSB - IFRS)

General Requirements For Disclosure of Sustainably Related Financial Information  - March 2022 Exposure Draft

GHG Protocol

Corporate Value Chain Accounting Reporting Standards - page 10 section 1.8 GHG Calculations Tools Guidance


Scope 3 Calculation Guidance - page 8 Upstream Scope 3 Activities

Science Based Targets (SBTi)

Full Criteria and Recommendations - section 7 Reporting and Calculations

Target Validation Protocol - page 6 Scope 3

Global Reporting Initiative (GRI)

Universal Material Topic Standards

Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)

Waste Reduction Model

Resource Conservation and Recovery Act