5 Free Car Washes Balise Car Wash Hyannis Giveaway Winner
5 free Car Washes at Balise Car Wash, Hyannis
One lucky winner will receive 5 free car washes from Balise Car Wash in Hyannis
And the winner is: George Grevelis
Agway of Cape Cod Bird Feeder Giveaway Winner
Congratulations to last months winner of the Bird Feeder, Allan Peterson.
Vote NO On Question 2
Help Nauset Disposal take a stance and vote NO to Question 2!
ABOUT THE 1983 BOTTLE DEPOSIT LAW
More than thirty years ago, Massachusetts introduced 5¢ forced deposits on soda and beer cans and bottles. Now, Question 2 will place deposits on products like tea, juice, sports drinks, and water. While the bottle deposit law may have been needed in 1983, today more than 90% of Commonwealth residents have access to curbside and other community recycling programs. These are the recycling methods most people prefer.
WE’RE SAYING NO TO QUESTION 2.
THE BOTTLE DEPOSIT LAW IS AN OLD IDEA.
While forced deposit systems may have been needed 30 years ago, more than 90% of Commonwealth residents now have access to curbside and other community recycling programs. These are the recycling methods most Massachusetts residents prefer. By investing in these programs that are designed to handle all recyclable materials, Massachusetts can be a leader in recycling.
QUESTION 2 WILL BE EXPENSIVE.
You, as our customers, are already paying for curbside recycling. Per ton, forced deposit systems are three times more expensive to operate than curbside programs. Question 2 would broaden those deposits, costing almost $60 million a year to collect and handle the new containers. On top of that, every five years the deposit amount we pay would automatically increase. If the state directed that $60 million dollars to expanding curbside recycling, it would be enough to provide every single-family household in the state with curbside recycling service.
- In addition to placing a 5¢ deposit on more items, Question 2 includes a provision that increases the nickel deposits we currently pay on products every five years without a vote by the people. That means Question 2 would cost much more in the years to come.
The above information has been provided by: http://www.noonquestion2.com/
For more information on Question 2 please click here.
Nauset Disposal: Business of the Year 2014
On October 9, 2014 Nauset Disposal was presented with the 2014 Business of the Year Award at the Hyannis Area Chamber of Commerce Annual Meeting and Dinner.
“Receiving this award speaks volumes about how Nauset Disposal is truly a team. It is because of our solid team of employees that we are able to provide the best customer service and satisfaction in disposal needs on Cape Cod,” says Owner and President of Nauset Disposal, Shawn DeLude.
Nauset Disposal’s success as a company has granted them the ability to be able to give back to the local community. In 2013 Nauset Disposal donated over $100,000 in equipment, time and sponsorship to local Cape Cod charities.
“Being involved in the community is one of our highest values as a company”, says DeLude. “We are honored to be the 2014 Business of the Year and we owe a huge thank you to our employees, customers, the Hyannis Area Chamber of Commerce and our local community, without their support we would not be where we are today.”
Hurricane have recently caused catastrophic damage… In continuing our dedication to our community – and beyond – Nauset Disposal is contributing to the Hurricane Relief efforts by supporting the American Red Cross. We’re donating the cost of the first month …Read More
Just want to say a huge THANK YOU to the delivery guys!! Not only did they deliver our recycling bin, but they brought it all the way up the driveway in the pouring rain!!
Way to go the extra mile!!!!!