April 2017

Special donation to Dream Day on Cape Cod

When Dream Day on Cape Cod lost their truck by a fallen tree in February, the community rallied. Nauset Disposal wanted to help too, so we donated some roll off containers to collect the tree debris and worked with Robert B. Our, who donated the cost of disposal. But we felt like we needed to do more… Instead of sending a check or donating online, we engaged the community and our prospective customers. And boy, was it successful!

Nauset Disposal committed to donate the cost of the first month of year round residential trash pickup for every new customer that signed up with us from February 16 to March 31. We heard a lot of feedback from new customers that they wanted to help too, and they really liked the fact the cost of their first month of service was going to Dream Day on Cape Cod. We’re happy to announce, that with the help of our new customers, we’ll be dropping off a check for $1,040 to our friends at Dream Day on Cape Cod this week.

This is just another reason we love the Cape Cod community. Thanks to all our new customers, our current customers who helped spread the word about this project, and to everyone who saw what could have been a disaster for this amazing organization and instead turned it into a success story. High fives all around! 

If you’re interested in learning more about Dream Day on Cape Cod and what they do, please visit www.dreamdayoncapecod.org.

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Ben arrived at his office the same time that we arrived for their trash pick up. Ben noticed that it was an unusually heavy trash week with the container overflowing and windblown excess surrounding the container. In Ben’s mind he was going to drop off his bag and then return to the dumpster area to clean up the overflow. In the time that it took Ben to come back downstairs, the can was already emptied and the entire surrounding area was completely clean with no debris to be found and we had already driven off. Ben was “blown away”!

-Ben Caswell, Cape Save