Fig. S1 A Petri net given as a model.

Fig. S2 Petri net models for donation at the fixed site (a) and at the generic mobile collection site (b).

Fig. S3 Cost-effectiveness for fixed site collection under donation scenarios A (a), B (b), and C (c).

Fig. S4 Cost-effectiveness for mobile collection.

Table S1 Probability distribution for activity times in minutes.

Data S1 Introduction to the Petri net theory.

Data S2 Step by step description of the model.

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