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
All American Waste is proud to be a major sponsor of Yale New Haven Hospital’s Closer to Free Ride to raise money for the Smilow Cancer Center and Yale Cancer Center.
It’s still not too late to sign up! Here’s an article and some photos from WTNH with more details. If you haven’t checked it out, it’s for a great cause and you have until this Saturday to register before the race. If you’ve signed up already, we’ll see you there!
For more details – https://www.rideclosertofree.org/
Here’s a video about the Pickens Plan, which focuses on switching over from imported diesel fuel to domestic natural gas. The video features our natural gas facility on Maxim Road in Hartford at the 1:20 minute mark.
Interview with our Manager of Environmental Services John Pizzimenti on WPKN 89.5 about our single stream recycling facility.
On Wednesday morning, Clean Energy Fuels Corp., All Waste/USA Hauling and Recycling/All American Waste opened a new public-access compressed natural gas (CNG) fueling station… – Read more at: NGTNews.com New CNG Station Opens In The Insurance Capital Of The World
Trash collection just got a little quieter and cleaner in town. And it’s going to keep getting that way.
That’s because All American Waste, Bloomfield’s refuse and recycling collector, just launched its first natural gas-powered truck to pick up trash. And more are expected to follow as the company embarks on a plan to have the largest fleet of trash collecting trucks in the state.
The benefits of natural gas trucks, according to… – Read more at: Courant.com Bloomfield To Collect Trash Using Natural Gas Truck