The town’s Public Works Director reports to the town Board of Selectmen that solid waste is down and recycling is up under pay-as-you-throw.
A front-page story in the Worcester (Mass.) Telegram & Gazette looks at the success of that city’s pay-as-you-throw program at its 20th anniversary.
An article details the success of pay-as-you-throw at the program’s three-month mark.
The New Bedford (Mass.) Standard-Times looks at the success of pay-as-you-throw at cutting waste and helping municipal budgets in southeastern Massachusetts.
American Recycler newspaper looks at current trends in pay-as-you-throw.
Waste & Recycling News examines the success and popularity of pay-as-you-throw.
Recycling Today reports on the success of pay-as-you-throw in Grafton, Mass., at the program’s three-year anniversary.
Gloucester, Mass., Mayor Carolyn Kirk speaks about the money that pay-as-you-throw has saved her city.
Sandwich, Mass., reduced its solid waste tonnage by 42% and saved $120,000 in disposal costs in the first year of its pay-as-you-throw program.