WasteZero In The News
Aug 18

Sandwich, Mass., Pay-as-You-Throw Effort Deemed Success

The Cape Cod Times reports on the benefits of pay-as-you-throw to Sandwich, Mass., after four years. The Board of Selectmen Chair says, “I’m surprised, frankly, other communities haven’t done what we’ve done.”

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Jul 27

Hanson, Mass., Cuts Trash by 64% and Saves $51,000 in First Year of Pay-as-You-Throw

Town Administrator says, “We dramatically improved recycling, reduced solid waste, and saved taxpayers a considerable amount of money.”

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Jul 15

Waste Not, Want Not

W&M, the alumni magazine of William & Mary College, profiles WasteZero President Mark Dancy and Board Chairman John Campbell, who began their lifelong friendship in business school there and are now working together to cut trash in half across America.

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Jul 13

Cutting Trash in Half: How New Hampshire Towns and Cities Can Secure Their Financial Future with Pay-as-You-Throw

In an article in New Hampshire Town and City, the magazine of the New Hampshire Municipal Association, WasteZero Board Chair John Campbell and former Somersworth NH Mayor George Bald detail the benefits of pay-as-you-throw for New Hampshire communities and others around the country.  

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Jul 9

How Maine Towns Are Trying to Throw Away Less and Save More

The Bangor Daily News profiles the growing trend toward pay-as-you-throw in Maine.

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Jul 1

How to Stop Humans From Filling the World With Trash

The Atlantic profiles pay-as-you-throw and interviews WasteZero President Mark Dancy as part of an article about “the future of garbage.”

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Jun 30

Boston Public Radio Segment on Pay-as-You-Throw

A half-hour segment on WGBH radio in Boston explores pay-as-you-throw, calling it a “win-win-win” for people, cities, and the environment.

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Jun 11

Acton, Mass., Selectmen Approve Pay-as-You-Throw

The new program will cut fees and save residents money.

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