Information for the Fight
Against Trash

Analysis of the Long-Term Impact of PAYT/SMART in MA

Analysis of the impact of PAYT/SMART programs in the 50 largest municipalities in MA with curbside trash collection.  Reviews data from 2013 through 2016 and confirms the long-term effectiveness of PAYT/SMART.

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Analysis of PAYT/SMART Impact in Massachusetts

This report is a head-to-head comparison of trash volumes generated by PAYT/SMART towns and non-PAYT/SMART towns in Massachusetts, CY2016.  It uses data provided by MassDEP.

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Analysis of PAYT Impact in Southern Maine (ecomaine)

Head-to-head comparison of trash volumes generated by PAYT towns and non-PAYT towns in southern Maine, 2018

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Presentation: How WasteZero Helps Haulers Improve Their “Bottom Lines”

WasteZero works with a number of national, regional, and local haulers.  Our relationships range from simple supplier arrangements to highly strategic partnerships. This presentation provides an overview how we can help haulers succeed.

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Yard Waste Capabilities Overview

Presentation outlining how WasteZero helps cities and towns reduce yard waste and improve collection efficiency.

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Sample Consulting Projects

Fact sheet containing short summaries of some of WasteZero’s consulting work

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Reaching Zero Waste: A Capital Example

In a presentation to the DC Environmental Network, Kristen Brown from WasteZero offers an overview of pay-as-you-throw and explains how it could help the District of Columbia improve its sustainability footprint.

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The Trash Opportunity

WasteZero’s Joshua Kolling-Perin speaks about solid waste and social entrepreneurship at an event hosted by Research Triangle Park in North Carolina.

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Cutting Trash in Half

WasteZero Chairman John Campbell’s address at the annual B Corp “B Inspired” event in Portland, Ore.

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OneRoute Co-Collection Overview

Presentation showing how OneRoute® Co-Collection works.  With co-collection, cities can combine multiple routes into one, such as trash and recycling or trash and organics.  This increases recycling while saving money and speeding up collection.  It’s not feasible in every location, but WasteZero can help a city or town determine if it’s right for them.

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