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Please Join Nauset Disposal in Celebrating our New Plymouth Location with a Ribbon Cutting...
Love your local water and dispose of your household hazardous waste responsibly. See below for the fall 2019 Schedule for Household Hazardous Waste Collection on Cape Cod and the South Shore. For more information on household hazardous waste collection, visit the Barnstable County Cooperative Extension or the South Shore Recycling Cooperative. Provincetown, Truro & Wellfleet […]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Nauset Disposal Awarded Cape Cod’s Best Green Business May 29, 2019 Orleans, MA – Nauset Disposal was recently awarded the 2019 Cape Cod’s Best Green Business or Organization. The inaugural Cape Cod’s Best competition was hosted by the Cape Cod Times and included voting from readers across the region. “Being ‘environmentally friendly’ […]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE May 29, 2019 Nauset Disposal Awarded Cape Cod’s Best Green Business Orleans,...
Love your Mother (Earth) and make Earth Day Every Day! Earth Day may fall on Monday, April 22, but there are things you can do all year long that will help our planet (check out these tips we put together on to learn to live more sustainably in 2019). We’ve compiled a list of some great […]
Maybe you’ve already done it, or maybe you’ve been meaning to for years, but there’s no time like the present to kick poor habits to the curb. Check out our top picks for sustainable New Year’s resolutions and be a little greener in 2019. Here are a few ideas for sustainable New Year’s resolutions you […]
Help Nauset Disposal Spread the Warmth on Cape Cod this winter! We’re are excited to share that we’ve partnered with Cape Cod Broadcasting and Mashpee Commons on their annual winter clothing drive to help Cape Codders in need stay warm this winter. CCB is hosting a fun afternoon at Mashpee Commons on Saturday January 26th from 11 […]
Can you commit to reducing your waste this holiday season? Between Thanksgiving and New Years Day, Americans throw away a million extra tons of garbage each week, including holiday wrapping and packaging. We also use more electricity on holiday lights than some countries use in an entire year! All this waste is unnecessary. Check out […]
As many are aware, last year China announced restrictions on the import of recyclable materials the country would accept. Historically the largest recyclable scrap importer in the world, China has made it clear that they want to improve their environment by increasing the recycling of domestic recyclable materials. Additionally, the country began implementing new policies […]