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Did you know we’re the first company in the country to use electric trash trucks charged by the waste they collect? A win for Boston and a win for the planet! Our new electric trucks help us reduce the need for fuel and lower emissions while providing essential waste services. Offering collections for the Seaport, Back Bay, Beacon Hill, West End, North End, Downtown, Bay Village, and Chinatown Boston neighborhoods.
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.”Read more
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.Read more
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Each year, WIN Waste waste-to-energy facilities converts 6.4 million tons of waste into renewable energy that helps power our communities. Our curb-to-grid approach diverts waste from landfills, reducing thousands of heavy truck trips, which helps improve air quality, lessens the burden on roadway infrastructure, and offsets the need for fossil fuels.
This project has been funded wholly or in part by the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) under assistance agreement DS-96198301, 00A00435, and/or 00A00426 with the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection (MassDEP) under the Massachusetts DERA Open Solicitation. The contents of this document do not necessarily reflect the views and policies of the EPA or MassDEP, nor does the EPA or MassDEP endorse trade names or recommend the use of commercial products mentioned in this document.