About 6 months ago it was decided a complete overhaul was needed of our web site. The goal was to create a website that was more representative of the company that we all pride ourselves in being. We hope that this website serves “You” the customer above all else with the level of service that you have come to expect from us over the last 40 years. Please take some time to explore the site, provide us some feedback, and maybe even pick up some recycling tips along the way!
Frank M Antonacci
Do you really know how to recycle with single stream?
You’ve probably been recycling for years. But do you know if you’re doing it right?
All American Waste, a recycling and waste removal company, was having a problem with contaminated recycling finding its way to the processing plant. To help customers understand the do’s and don’ts of single stream recycling, they turned to Geomatrix for help.
According to Geomatrix producer, James Chianese, “We spent a lot of time in our first meeting learning all that we didn’t know about recycling. After that, we strategized how we could help AAW get their message out not only to their customers, but also to the rest of the community.” A short, animated info-graphic was proposed as a fun way to engage the audience while re-enforcing the messages. Geomatrix motion graphics artist Tom Coben got to work and the end result is ready for release on all social channels.
Watch the animation – you’ll be surprised at what you don’t know, and we promise it will be a fun way to spend the next 90 seconds.
Then, please recycle it – by sharing the link with your friends.
The Ridgefield Social Services Department was met with a nice surprise just before the holidays arrived. All season long the department has been helping seniors and families stay warm and assisting them with the application process for energy assistance programs. In the 2012-13 winter… – Read more at: Ridgefield.Patch.com Bringing Holiday Warmth To Ridgefield
Those turkey drumstick bones.
That leftover lima bean casserole.
The final, syrup-soaked pancake of an oversized stack.
All of it is useful. Most of it gets thrown away.
The Housatonic Resources Recovery Authority wants to compost all that wasted food. Starting in April, it will start a pilot program here to get townspeople… – Read more at: NewsTimes.com Bridgewater Table Scraps To Be Recycled