This report describes the research under an Environmental Protection Agency contract. Analytic models are developed as aids in decision-making at many points in the solid waste collection and haul system. Models for daily operating policy include breakdown or excess load, maintenance, and stochastic influences such as weather. Longer range issues include level of service, equipment, crew size, and work rules. The report develops an econometric model for prediction of waste output from census data for districts and daily collection areas. A computer based districting methodology is outlined. An easily applicable heuristic for routing trucks within the districts is also developed. This second volume contains documentation of the computer programs used and developed in the course of the work as well as the appendices to the main volume.