Tag: zero sort recycling
On Wednesday I went on a tour of the Casella recycling plant. Cambridge’s recycling director, Randi Mail, is hosting tours before the town switches over to single-stream recycling October 25. Casella is already handling single-stream loads from many towns in Massachusetts, including Boston. It was fascinating to see the elaborate sorting process. First, giant piles […]
On October 25, Cambridge is switching to single-stream recycling. Also called zero-sort recycling, this method allows residents to throw all recyclables into one bin, rather than separating paper and cardboard from plastic, glass, and metal. It’s a method that’s already been adopted by many urban areas worldwide, with great results. To find out more about […]
Posted: August 17th, 2010 under recycling, trash.
Tags: Cambridge recycling, I'm all for this—our basement is full of boxes we've been too lazy to tear up, no sort recycling, single stream recycling, zero sort recycling