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Sanford, Maine has reduced its solid waste by 42% and almost doubled its recycling rate in just the first two months of its new pay-as-you-throw program.
At its 20-year anniversary, the award-winning pay-as-you-throw program in Worcester, Mass. has cut its solid waste by more than half and increased residential recycling 10-fold.
WasteZero has announced plans to invest $3.1 million to expand its operations in Williamsburg County, S.C. and hire an additional 27 new employees.
Just three months into its new pay-as-you-throw program, Plymouth, Mass. has reduced its solid waste by 39% and nearly doubled its recycling rate.
WasteZero today announced that B Lab, a nonprofit organization that uses the power of business to solve social and environmental problems, has recognized the company as a Certified B Corporation™ (B Corp).
Governing magazine gives WasteZero's pay-as-you-throw a positive look in this article about single-bin collection programs.
A front-page story in the Worcester (Mass.) Telegram & Gazette looks at the success of that city's pay-as-you-throw program at its 20th anniversary.
The Public Works Director in Sandwich, Mass. reports to the town Board of Selectmen that solid waste is down and recycling is up under pay-as-you-throw.
An article details the success of pay-as-you-throw in Plymouth, Mass. at the program's three-month mark.
In Resource Recycling magazine, Joshua Kolling-Perin and Mike Wrenholt of WasteZero examine how pay-as-you-throw programs can benefit municipal recycling.