We set a video camera to record traffic on trash pickup day on a neighborhood street in Clark County, Springfield Ohio. This video shows how many trucks passed by the camera. For more information on how to reduce trash truck traffic see The BEST Option…
Here is a video that shows how the Montgomery County transfer station works. Take our survey at Does Clark County want a trash transfer station?
Here are some sample comments that survey respondents have included with their surveys. “I would like to see the area return to 1 hauler. I find it so economically inefficient to see 5 different trucks driving down my street on Monday mornings. It’s hard on the environment and infrastructure. There should be a competitive bidding process for …
A story in the August 31 Springfield News-Sun examines issues that surround building a public trash transfer station in Clark County. Here is a link to the full News-Sun story
The Take It to the Curb campaign was named the Solid Waste Innovator of the Year by the Ohio Buckeye Chapter of the Solid Waste Association of North America (SWANA). SWANA is the leading professional association in the solid waste field.
Despite its clear benefits, contracted trash service spurs questions and opposition. Here are some answers that will hopefully provide the clarity and transparency needed to help communities make educated decisions about the Take It to the Curb campaign.
A late-July New Carlisle News story takes a look at what Clark County residents should consider, and how a potential curbside recycling program would work.
What is Take It to the Curb all about? The Clark County Solid Waste District explains in this simple 88-second video.