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.
In a guest column in the Charlotte Observer, former Worcester, Mass., Public Works Director Bob Moylan explains how pay-as-you-throw benefitted his city and how it could help Charlotte.
Green Is Good Radio interviews WasteZero board chair John Campbell about the company’s mission to cut trash in half across America.
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.