The head of the advocacy group Sustain Charlotte writes a Charlotte Observer guest column in support of pay-as-you-throw.
The advocacy group Recycling Reinvented announces it is expanding its mission to include support for pay-as-you-throw and several other policies to increase recycling.
In a cover story in Maine Townsman, the Maine Municipal Association’s magazine, former Portland Mayor George Campbell and WasteZero Board Chair John Campbell document the benefits of pay-as-you-throw for cities and towns across Maine.
Cal Cunningham of WasteZero discusses how metering solid waste puts pay-as-you-throw in the “smart cities” movement.
Boston’s CBS affiliate looks at how pay-as-you-throw is helping a growing number of communities in Massachusetts.
Livability magazine profiles the success and popularity of pay-as-you-throw around the U.S.
The Carton Council of America has named pay-as-you-throw as one of the most powerful tools available for increasing recycling.
At the eight-year anniversary of its pay-as-you-throw program, Ashland, Mass., has cut solid waste by 37% and saved almost $1 million.
The town reports that solid waste volume has dropped by 59% since its new pay-as-you-throw program began a month ago.
Nine months in to pay-as-you-throw, the Cape Cod town reports that its new program has cut solid waste by 49% and boosted recycling by 28%.