The town reports saving $600,000 in disposal costs over four years of pay-as-you-throw.
An article in the Bangor Daily News looks at pay-as-you-throw’s popularity across Maine, where one-third of residents live in PAYT communities and see 40%-55% less solid waste on average.
The New Hampshire Municipal Association has published an article on the success of pay-as-you-throw in the Granite State.
WGBH radio in Boston devotes a half-hour discussion to the success and popularity of pay-as-you-throw across Massachusetts.
A feature article in The Atlantic says that pay-as-you-throw is part of “the future of trash,” citing positive results from the program in Worcester, Mass.
The UK’s Guardian newspaper reports that pay-as-you-throw “is important because it makes any other effort at waste prevention more effective.”
The city reports that it has cut trash by 55% with pay-as-you-throw, leading to dramatic financial gains.
The city of Fall River says its pay-as-you-throw program is on track to meet its $3.5 million annual revenue and savings target.
The town of Brewster, Mass., reports that trash is down 47% with pay-as-you-throw, recycling is up, and the program saved them $51,000 last year.
Green Is Good Radio interviews WasteZero board chair John Campbell about the company’s mission to cut trash in half across America.