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Waste Today | October 11, 2022

When transferring waste long distances while maintaining sustainability goals, railroad networks should be considered.

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Gillette Stadium Adds Sustainable Reuse Program Through Unique Partnership with WIN Waste Innovations
Waste360 | September 21, 2022

A partnership between Gillette Stadium and WIN Waste Innovations will divert more than 642 tons of waste from landfills and convert it into renewable energy.

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Gillette Stadium Has a New Waste and Recycling Partner This Season
Boston Business Journal | August 29, 2022

Patriots and Revolution fans at Gillette Stadium will likely notice one big change this year: the construction of a massive new scoreboard and lighthouse-like tower at the stadium’s open end. For those who pay even closer attention, they’ll notice something else new: WIN Waste Innovations’ logo on hundreds of trash and recycling receptacles around and outside Gillette.

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How WIN Waste Innovations’ unique set of WTE, landfill and rail assets positions it for industry expansion
Waste Dive | August 11, 2022

In an exclusive interview a little over a year after the company’s formation, CEO Robert Boucher discussed a possible IPO, upcoming ESG initiatives and the outlook for legacy Wheelabrator facilities.

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WIN Waste Innovations broadens footprint through new acquisition
Waste Today | August 3, 2022

WIN Waste Innovations, Portsmouth, New Hampshire, has acquired Waste Away Systems, a Heath, Ohio-based solid waste and recycling hauling company. The deal, which formally closed July 19, includes a transfer station that handles municipal solid waste and construction and demolition waste.

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WIN Waste Innovations buys Ohio hauler, creating platform for further regional expansion
Waste Dive | July 28, 2022

WIN Waste Innovations has acquired Waste Away Systems, an independent hauler based in Heath, Ohio, according to the company.

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Baltimore's Wheelabrator is getting an upgrade to lower emissions
WBALTV 11 | March 10, 2022

The Wheelabrator waste-to-energy facility in Baltimore will undergo a major facelift over the coming months in an effort to improve the environment.

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Waste360 Announces 2022 40 Under 40 Awards Winners
Waste360 | January 18, 2022

WIN Waste Innovations’ Caitlin McGovern honored with prestigious industry award, Waste360’s 40 under 40. The Waste360 40 Under 40 program recognizes inspiring and innovative professionals under the age of 40 who work in waste, recycling, and organics and who have made a significant contribution to the industry.

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Selling Power Announces WIN Waste Innovations in Top 50 to Sell For Companies
Selling Power Magazine | July 8, 2021

WIN Waste Innovations is thrilled to be named one of the 50 Best Companies to Sell For in 2021 by Selling Power magazine! If you are a salesperson looking for your next challenge, we want you!

NWRA Announces 2021 Drivers and Operator of the Year
Waste 360 | June 25, 2021

Dana Hale, WIN Waste Innovations, selected from +700 nominees as Driver of the Year, Local category.

Eliot trash hauler will rebrand as part of new national waste-handling company
Mainebiz | April 13, 2021

A waste handling business in Eliot that recently became part of a giant New Hampshire-based company is about to get a new name…

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Sunny Farms' parent company merges with 9 others
Review Times | April 8, 2021

Wheelabrator Technologies Inc., today announced the integration of 10 waste industry businesses — including the parent firm of Sunny Farms Landfill, near Fostoria — into a single company operating under the WIN Waste Innovations brand name, WIN announced Wednesday in a press release…

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Ten waste management companies consolidate and rebrand
Waste Management World | April 8, 2021

Wheelabrator Technologies announced the integration of ten waste industry businesses...

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Wheelabrator Technologies joins with 9 companies to form WIN Waste Innovations
Seacoast Online/Portsmouth Herald | April 8, 2021

Wheelabrator Technologies Inc. announced the integration of 10 leading waste industry businesses into a single company operating under the WIN Waste Innovations brand name…

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Led by Wheelabrator, 10 waste management firms consolidate and rebrand
NH Business Review | April 8, 2021

Wheelabrator Technologies, a company with a long history in New Hampshire, has consolidated with nine other waste industry businesses and rebranded them the name WIN Waste Innovations…

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CT Waste Hauler City Carting gets a new name and a red paint job
Stamford Advocate Online | April 7, 2021

City Carting & Recycling trucks in Connecticut will be getting a new look, as the Stamford-based trash hauler’s parent company changes its name to WIN Waste Innovations, along with Wheelabrator Technologies…

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Wheelabrator formally announces integration of 10 waste businesses into new WIN Waste Innovations brand
Waste Today | Apr 6, 2021

Wheelabrator Technologies Inc., Portsmouth, New Hampshire, formerly announced April 6 the integration of 10 waste industry businesses into a single company operating under the WIN Waste Innovations brand name…

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Wheelabrator integrates with industry-leading brands to form WIN Waste Innovations
Saugus Advertiser Online | April 6, 2021

Wheelabrator Technologies Inc. announced the integration of 10 leading waste industry businesses into a single company operating under the WIN Waste Innovations brand name…

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Wheelabrator debuts WIN Waste Innovations brand following Tunnel Hill acquisition
Waste Dive | April 6, 2021

Wheelabrator Technologies announced the official integration of Tunnel Hill Partners and eight other previous acquisitions under the new WIN Waste Innovations name on Tuesday. The company will hold events to formally recognize the rebranding on April 20…

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