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Boston’s first electric refuse trucks launched by WIN Waste
Waste Today | December 15, 2023

WIN Waste Innovations, a recycling and waste services provider based in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, has become the first company to operate fully electric trash trucks in the city of Boston. The vehicles will be powered exclusively by the energy generated from collected waste.“Our customers are looking to us to help them reduce their environmental impact, and this project does just that,” says Dan Mayo, CEO of WIN Waste Innovations. “We are very proud to take another step in advancing sustainable waste practices by being the first company to invest in the circular economy in this unique way—collecting waste with electric trucks, converting that waste into renewable energy and using that energy to charge the trucks back up.”

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First electric trash trucks hit the road in Boston
Boston Business Journal | December 12, 2023

The first fully electric trash-collection trucks in Boston have hit the streets, and a Portsmouth, New Hampshire–based waste management firm is behind the effort.

WIN Waste Innovations has kicked off a pilot with two electric trash trucks in the city. CEO Dan Mayo said they’re looking to understand the operational capability of these trucks and hopefully replicate the pilot in other service areas.

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Residents clean up Druid Heights area to make play safer for kids
WMAR 2 News Baltimore | November 29, 2023

The University of Maryland Medical Center, WIN Waste Innovations, and Health Tech Alley partnered for the community clean-up. This collaboration builds on a four-year community enhancement initiative led by WIN Waste that has removed more than 1 million pounds of illegally dumped trash from Baltimore neighborhoods and created more than 100 green spaces citywide.

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Vision RNG and WIN Waste Innovations to Convert Landfill Gases Into Renewable Natural Gas at Two Large Ohio Landfills
Waste Advantage Magazine | November 3, 2023

Vision RNG and WIN Waste Innovations announced that they are partnering to build two significant projects to convert landfill gas to renewable natural gas, at WIN Waste’s Seneca County landfill in Seneca County, Ohio, and its Tunnel Hill Reclamation landfill in Perry County, Ohio.

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Lynn fireworks fund committee receives donations
The Daily Item | August 11, 2023

Representatives of WIN Waste Innovations and McGrath Enterprises presented donation checks to Mayor Jared Nicholson and the Fireworks Fund Committee. From left, Fireworks Fund Committee members Wendy Pena and Lisa Nerich, Brooke Miles and Elliott Casey of WIN Waste, Mayor Jared Nicholson, Jerry Collins and Jack Walsh of WIN Waste, and Fireworks Fund Committee members Joanna Mills and Allison Perry.

Nonprofit, Waste and Recycling Outfit Partner to Provide Jobs to Disabled
The Examiner News | July 26, 2023

A partnership between a Westchester nonprofit organization and WIN Waste Innovations that assists people with developmental disabilities is not only beautifying downtown Peekskill but program critical skills to an important population.

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WIN Waste appoints new CEO
Waste Today | July 17, 2023

After leading the company and its predecessor, Wheelabrator Technologies, Robert Boucher is stepping aside, and Daniel Mayo will take over as CEO. “Over the last five years, Dan has been key to our company’s success strategy; steering the execution of our strategic plan, in particular,” Boucher says. “I am confident that WIN will continue to build upon the momentum we have gained over the last several years.”

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Saugus sings praise of unsung heroes
The Daily Item | May 25, 2023

The Saugus Business Education Collaborative (SBEC) awarded eight Saugus Public Schools students the Unsung Hero Award for their outstanding academic dedication and upstanding citizenship in a ceremony sponsored by WIN Waste Innovations at the Middle High School Thursday evening. “We are proud to honor these exceptional students for the positive role they play in their schools,” said WIN Waste Innovations Director of Communications Mary Urban. “They are a credit to their school, their family, and their community.

WIN Waste Innovations provides transportation for Saugus eighth grade field trip
The Daily Item | May 17, 2023

One of the biggest expenses associated with the field trip is transportation, and the school is getting a big assist from WIN Waste Innovations in the form of an $8,500 donation that will cover the cost of bus transportation for the three days. “We are pleased to help these students experience all that Boston has to offer,” said Mary Urban, WIN Waste Innovations director of communications, community engagement and marketing. “We value our partnership with Saugus schools as part of our commitment to being a good neighbor.”

Allia Saydjari’s Passion and Leadership Makes an Impact in Waste
Waste 360 | April 26, 2023

Allia Saydjari never thought she'd be in the waste industry but that doesn’t make her any less passionate. Saydjari may be one of the most passionate people of all our 40 Under 40 Award Winners. “It's the one place I've found in our world to affect the most change. And I am astounded by the reach of the impact of the waste industry. It’s such an interesting place to be because we're as downstream as you could possibly get,” says Saydjari.

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Griswold park and ride lot named after man who greets and appreciates the truckers
Norwich Bulletin | March 15, 2023

Griswold resident Franklin Delano Stephen Everett has come to the parking lot weekly, rain or shine, since 2018. He sits in the back of a car, and waves to the truck drivers passing by. Sometimes the drivers will honk their horns, and other times they’ll stop and visit him. For his friendliness for the truckers, the lot was unofficially named after him Friday, with an official renaming in the works.

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WIN Waste partnering with Baltimore organics recycler on food waste collection pilot
Waste Dive | March 9, 2023

WIN Waste Innovations is launching a local food waste pickup partnership for residents of underserved communities in Baltimore that it hopes can expand throughout the city.

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A winning mindset
Waste Today | March 1, 2023

WIN Waste Innovations leverages its portfolio of waste-to-energy, rail and transfer assets to provide sustainable waste solutions for its customers and to address capacity challenges in the Northeast.

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WTE trade group is launched in the US
Waste Management World | February 6, 2023

The waste-to-energy (WTE) association wants to advocate and promote the benefits of sustainable materials management via incineration. Companies Covanta and WIN Waste Innovations as well as local governments are backing the trade group. More than 70 WTE facilities handle the post-recycled waste of 30 million households and businesses in the United States. The WTE sector employs more than 6,000 essential workers, resulting in a direct economic impact of approximately $400 million.

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