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WIN Waste Investing in Innovation
Waste Advantage | December 30, 2022

As a vertically integrated waste and recycling solutions company, WIN Waste is on a mission to reinvent material reuse by diverting millions of tons of post-recycled waste from landfills, as well as continuing to focus on company growth, retention, safety, and operational efficiencies.

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City Carting is now WIN Waste: Small business energy with big resources
Greenwich Time | December 1, 2022

When choosing a company to handle your waste and recycling solutions it can be difficult to tell one company from another. Enter WIN Waste Innovations. WIN Waste delivers the best in customer care with an expansive range of services.

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A Fast-tracked solution
Waste Today | October 11, 2022

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

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Caitlin McGovern from WIN Waste Innovations Highlights Multifacetedness in the Waste Industry
Waste 360 | September 29, 2022

Caitlin McGovern, Chief of Staff to the CEO at WIN Waste Innovations, has worked with people from all different professional backgrounds and believes that is part of what makes this industry so strong. Waste360 recently had the opportunity to meet with McGovern to hear about her experiences working in the industry.

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Gillette Stadium Adds Sustainable Reuse Program Through Unique Partnership with WIN Waste Innovations
Waste 360 | 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
WBALTV11 | 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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WIN Waste Invests in Merichem’s Sulfur Recovery Tech
Waste 360 | February 1, 2022

“Innovation is in our name, and sustainability is at the forefront of everything we do,” said WIN Waste President and CEO Robert C. Boucher Jr. “By selecting Merichem and its LO-CAT system, we are employing the best technology to further protect the communities in which we operate.”

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Waste360 Announces 2022 40 Under 40 Awards Winners
Waste 360 | 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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