This report presents a systematic method for evaluating facility designs for processing and recovering resources from solid wastes at Air Force Bases. Values for parameters of three populations--solid waste composition, recovered resources market, and resource recovery equipment--were developed based on review of the literature. A FORTRAN Y computer program for use on the CREATE computer system was developed, tested, and used to determine the net annual cost of twelve facility designs built into the program. Options are available in the program for adding additional designs. Sensitivity of cost for changes in solid waste composition, market prices, and annual tons processed was evaluated.