Manchester Road Race Makes $100,180 In Donations

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The Manchester Road Race is making $100,180 in donations to 19 charitable and non-profit organizations from the proceeds of last year’s Thanksgiving Day run. The annual event raises money for many organizations every year. “The biggest bequest—a check for $20,000—will go to the Muscular Dystrophy Fund. Race
organizers have been raising money to fight the crippling disease since the early 1950s.” USA Hauling & Recycling and All American Waste are major sponsors of the event.

“We are so pleased that the Manchester Road race can assist the vital work being done by all of these organizations,” said Dr. Tris Carta, President of the Manchester Road Race Committee. “Thanks to the generosity of our runners, sponsors, volunteers and supporters, our one-day event benefits the community 365 days a year.”

Click here for the full details about the donations

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All American Waste Sponsors the South Windsor Rotary Club Golf Tournament

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USA Hauling & Recycling and All American Waste were the proud major sponsors of the South Windsor Rotary Club Golf Tournament, which was held to benefit the South Windsor Veteran’s Memorial Wall.

Ralph Mosher, a U.S. Air Force Veteran, a 40 year member of the Rotary Club and a 15 year sales representative for USA Hauling & Recycling, was given the privilege and honor of being the Tournament Chairman.

The South Windsor Veteran's Memorial Wall will be 30 yards long, 7 feet high and will include the seals for the five major branches of the United States Armed Forces (Army, Marine Corps, Navy, Air Force and Coast Guard). The concrete foundation and electrical work will all be donated by local contractors. It will be built in the Veteran Memorial Park on Pleasant Valley Road in South Windsor.
The South Windsor Veteran’s Memorial Wall will be 30 yards long, 7 feet high and will include the seals for the five major branches of the United States Armed Forces (Army, Marine Corps, Navy, Air Force and Coast Guard). The concrete foundation and electrical work will all be donated by local contractors. It will be built in the Veteran Memorial Park on Pleasant Valley Road in South Windsor.

In today’s world, when our country faces so many threats to our way of life and even to our existence, it is particularly poignant to remember, honor, and pay tribute to all veterans. Keep in mind our veterans are family, neighbors, and other Americans going back to the beginning of our country. We owe our deepest gratitude to all of those people.

It was President Harry S. Truman who said, “Our debt to the heroic men and valiant women in the service of our country can never be repaid.” America should never forget their sacrifices. “Freedom is never free!”

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All American Waste Receives 2015 Business Partner Public Works Award In South Windsor

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All American Waste was given the 2015 Business Partner Public Works Award from the town of South Windsor, Connecticut on May 18, 2015. The award recognizes the hard work and dedication All American Waste employees on every level put in day after day to “provide exceptional refuse and recycling collection services for the citizens of South Windsor.”

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2015 Business Partner Award Presented To All American Waste For Providing Exceptional Refuse and Recycling Collection Services for the Citizens of South Windsor on May 18, 2015.

In attendance to receive the award were Frank M Antonacci, Director of Sales & Operations George Roberts, Foreman Cliff Drayton, Dispatchers Glenn Willard and Dee Paole and Operations Manager Jim Donnelly. “I would like to thank all involved in servicing South Windsor and the other communities we service,” said George Roberts. “This is a great example of team work and I’m very happy to see that South Windsor acknowledged the fine work that has taken place in their town.”

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Letter that accompanied the 2015 Business Partner Award Presented To All American Waste For Providing Exceptional Refuse and Recycling Collection Services for the Citizens of South Windsor on May 18, 2015.
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AMWAP Event At Sonny’s Place Sponsored By All American Waste

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Sonny’s Place in Somers, CT hosted an AMWAP (As Many Wishes As Possible) Fun In The Sun event on May 9, 2015 sponsored by All American Waste.  Proceeds from the event benefit Make A Wish America and “grants the wish of a child diagnosed with a life-threatening medial condition” in the local community. The event ran from the 8:30am sign up to the 3:00pm award ceremony.

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Volunteers at the registration table for AMWAP’s Fun In The Sun event at Sonny’s Place in Somers, CT on 5/9/15 with proceeds benefiting Make A Wish.

The WOD (Workout of the Day) included 3 phases and a final where the top 8 teams compete for the win. Phase 1 included jumping rope and pull ups, phase 2 was squats, phase 3 included rowing, box jumps and wall balls, with the final included a rope climb. For the full details of the competition, see AMWAP10’s page here. 32 teams of 2 male and 2 female athletes participated, with many spectators in attendance as well. Spectators were offered an all day Sonny’s Pass as well, so they could enjoy all of the activities at Sonny’s Place including Go Karts, Zip Line, Mini Golf and Batting Cages, among others.

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For more photos, visit Sonny’s Place’s Facebook Page.

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Composting succeeds in Bridgewater

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BY TAYLOR RAPALYEA

REPUBLICAN-AMERICAN

BRIDGEWATER – Over 54 weeks,  Bridgewater’s  pilot curbside  composting  program collected  22.5 tons  of material from 147  participants.  The program, which was created by Housatonic  Resource Recovery  Authority Director Jen Iannucci, is the first of its kind in the state.

Iannucci, a Bridgewater resident, said she got the idea after a meeting with the state Department of Energy and Environmental Protection to talk about waste management.

“I was scratching my head over why so much of the conversion was about single stream recycling.” Iannucci said, “Thirty-two percent of our waste stream is organic material.”

Read the rest of the article here:  Composting succeeds in Bridgewater (PDF)

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All American Waste is the “LEEDER” in Construction Waste Recycling

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Currently All American Waste is tracking and reporting on over 50 LEED projects in Connecticut and Western Massachusetts.

LEED, or Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design, is a green building certification program that recognizes best-in-class building strategies and practices. To receive LEED certification, building projects satisfy prerequisites and earn points to achieve different levels of certification. Prerequisites and credits differ for each rating system, and teams choose the best fit for their project.

 Completed LEED Projects:

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Construction Waste Management: Recycling of Construction and Demolition Debris (C&D) from the building process is an integral part of attaining LEED points, All American Waste has long-term commitments and relationships with multiple C&D processing facilities through out the State of Connecticut. These facilities Process and Recycle C&D Waste and have the ability to document Recycled tonnage for LEED reporting as required by the US Green Building Council (USGBC).

We are the “LEEDER” in construction waste recycling and have been recognized for our timely and accurate reporting.

For more Info contact:

Lary Pincince
Manager, Contractor Sales

USGBC
LEED – GREEN ASSOCIATE

Office (860) 746-3229
Cell (860) 883-6824
Fax (860) 741-5927

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All American Waste supports Walk MS 2015

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All American Waste is proud to sponsor the National Multiple Sclerosis Society’s (MS Society) Walk MS 2015 in Fairfield on Saturday, April 18th. The Walk will run from 9:00am – 2:00pm, starting at Jennings Beach. People participating in the Walk will be part of over 250,000 other walkers in more than 700 cities across the country who have walked to support friends, family and members of their communities living with MS.

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For more information on upcoming Walk MS events in Connecticut, you van visit their website: Walk MS Connecticut. Money raised during the events support life-changing programs and cutting-edge research to help people living with multiple sclerosis.

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All American Waste – Safety Review

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DID YOU KNOW??

There are 5 million trucks and buses sharing the road with more than 250 million motorists. With stakes so high, it is essential that everyone Gets Road Smart.

How can YOU be a smart driver?

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How is All American Waste “Road Smart”?

Our industry benchmarks are based on our drivers’ performance. Roadside Inspections are conducted by State inspectors or police who randomly stop commercial motor vehicles (CMVs) to determine if drivers and trucks are compliant with the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations (FMCSRs). Violations are entered into the MCMIS database. These inspections establish the bench marks used by the Federal Motor Carriers Safety Administration. All American Waste is proud that it’s scores make us the safest waste and recycling companies in Connecticut and Massachusetts.

Click on here to learn more

Additionally, the Safety Measurement System (SMS) evaluates a company’s crash history. The crash history used by the Crash Indicator is not specifically a behavior; rather, it is the consequence of behavior and may indicate a problem that warrants attention. The Crash Indicator is defined as follows:

Crash Indicator—Histories or patterns of high crash involvement, including frequency and severity. It is based on information from State-reported crash reports. Again, All American Waste is one of the safest companies in Connecticut and Massachusetts.

How does All American Waste use these benchmarks from the Safety Management Systems?

  1. REVIEW

Our safety team evaluates the SMS history reports with supervisors on a regular basis to ensure our commitment to safety.

  1. TRAINING

We use these reports to discuss ways to approach industry hurdles and educate our team.

  1. ADAPT

Our safety team and supervisors observe our drivers on the road and have monthly meetings to review and renew our commitment to road safety.

  1. OUR STAFF

We seek to have highly qualified employees and provide them with the most sophisticated vehicles and equipment.

We have an extensive new hire orientation program that includes mentorship. Our new drivers are assigned to an experienced driver for one on one training. During the mentoring our trainers teach Advanced Driver Training skills, industry experience tips, and the safest way to service customers.

  1. OUR EQUIPMENT

Our commercial vehicles are, on average, less than 3 years old and are equipped with GPS, scales, and driver cameras to better service our customers. Our fleet is the most updated and technically advanced on the street. We proudly provide the best equipment to our employees.

  1. OUR CARBON FOOTPRINT

Included with our commitment to safety, we are committed to the environment. Many of our trucks are now running on compressed natural gas (CNG) in our effort to reduce our carbon footprint. We are committed adding these vehicles each year to our fleet. By converting our fleet to CNG we are keeping our communities safe from harmful diesel emissions.

Learn more about our commitment to CNG here

  1. SAFETY TRAINING

Our drivers and maintenance employees monthly attend 2 safety meetings to review DOT and/or OSHA rules.

  1. MAINTENANCE

Our in house maintenance department employs certified mechanics to provide preventative maintenance on our fleet. These technicians are trained in computer analysis/diagnosis. Additionally, we employ technicians to service our containers and compaction equipment. This ensures that all equipment is properly functioning and enables us to make prompt repairs or replacements.

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10th Annual Greater Hartford Go Red For Women

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On Wednesday, March 18, employees from All American Waste and it’s affiliates attended the 10th Annual Greater Hartford Go Red for Women Luncheon at the Connecticut Convention Center. The event featured activities and information on how to stay heart healthy in Greater Hartford, as heart disease is the number one killer for women in America. Some activities included health screenings, chair massages, Zumba demonstrations and two breakout sessions: Viniyoga at work and a cooking with heart demonstration. The event also included support and donations for the American Heart Association. All American Waste was a Friends of Heart Level sponsor for the event and supports health and wellness among employees and everyone in our community.

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Employees from All American Waste and it’s affiliates attend the 10th Annual Go Red For Women Luncheon at the Connecticut Convention Center on March 18th.

The event featured a presentation by keynote speaker Arianna Huffington, chair, president, and editor-in-chief of the Huffington Post Media Group. Named to Time Magazine’s list of the world’s 100 most influential people and the Forbes Most Powerful Women list, Arianna also had a VIP signing of her latest book. Lisa Carberg of NBC Connecticut was the emcee for the 7th year in a row. For more information on the event visit the 2015 Greater Hartford Go Red For Women Luncheon website, or for national information, visit the Go Red For Women website.

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Jayna Velic of All American Waste (left) with Lisa Carberg of NBC Connecticut (right), who emceed the 10th Annual Go Red For Women Luncheon at the Connecticut Convention Center on March 18th.
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Think Green With The Globetrotters – Brought To You By All American Waste & 98Q

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The Harlem Globetrotters 2015 World Tour is coming to Danbury, CT’s O’Neill Center on Tuesday, March 24th, and you could win tickets to the event! 98Q and All American Waste are holding a Think Green with the Globetrotters contest where two lucky winners will receive four tickets each. To enter for your chance to see some of the most talented athletes int he world, just visit 98Q’s website and tell them what your kids are doing to help the planet! For details and to enter the contest, go to:

http://98q.com/pages/98q-think-green-with-the-globetrotters

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The Harlem Globetrotters 2015 World Tour is coming to The O’Neill Center in Danbury on Tuesday, March 24th!
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