Information for the Fight
Against Trash

Overflow Programs Overview

Presentation outlining how WasteZero overflow programs work, as well as the benefits of switching from a sticker- or bag-based program to one that uses bags.

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Voucher Programs Overview

Presentation outlining how WasteZero voucher programs work.  These programs are designed to minimize cost and operational burdens for cities that give away trash and/or recycling bags to residents.

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WasteZero Retail Store Distribution

Fact sheet on WasteZero’s Retail Store Distribution (RSD) capability:  For any PAYT program, recycling bag program, or any other program that requires bags to be distributed through retail stores, WasteZero has you covered.  We handle everything, including recruiting retailers, storing and managing inventories, receiving and processing orders, tracking and managing receivables, and accounting.

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Converting PAYT Tags to Bags

Fact sheet on the benefits of converting tag- or sticker-based PAYT programs to bag-based programs:  Typically, trash is further reduced by 25% to 30%.

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WasteZero Overview

General fact sheet on WasteZero, with an emphasis on pay-as-you-throw (PAYT)

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WasteZero Trash Metering

General fact sheet describing WasteZero’s primary method of pay-as-you-throw (PAYT):  Bag-based Trash Metering

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WasteZero PAYT Results

Fact sheet outlining the results demonstrated by WasteZero-designed pay-as-you-throw (PAYT) municipal waste reduction programs

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Custom Plastic Bags

Fact sheet outlining WasteZero’s offerings in customized, specialized plastic bags.  Bags are made from linear low-density polyethylene (LLDPE).  Special features can include printing, custom colors, special closure mechanisms (such as drawstring), compostable plastic (if desired), and recycled content.

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Certified Compostable Bags

Fact sheet on WasteZero’s ENVIRO-BAG ASTM D6400 certified compostable plastic bags

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Seriously, Is This The Best We Can Do?

This article in the Winter 2015 issue of Commonwealth Magazine takes a look at the trash problem in MA, and some solutions to it.

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