Information and Resources
The Solid Waste Program is developing resources for each of the stakeholder groups affected by the Universal Recycling law. Information and resources are being created for: Residents, Haulers, Local Government (towns, municipalities, solid waste management districts), Businesses & Institutions, Schools, and Solid Waste Facilities. As the materials are finalized, they will be posted on individual stakeholder pages. Select the image below to access stakeholder-specific information and resources.
Universal Recycling (Act 148)
requirements are in addition to any solid waste management entity mandates or
ordinances. Please check with your solid waste management entity to ensure full
compliance with regional mandates.
A flyer listing the materials that are banned from landfill disposal by the State of Vermont.
Food Scrap Haulers in Vermont
A list of solid waste transporters that haul food scraps that includes
the towns served and contact information. ANR does not assume any
liability for the accuracy or completeness of the information provided
in this list, and listing does not constitute an endorsement. If you
haul food scraps and want to be added to this list, please contact Josh
Kelly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Compost Facilities in Vermont (PDF) find a compost facility near you.
Universal Recycling Resources
This web page has links to several resources that may be helpful for implementing Universal Recycling. Resource topics include compost and organics, food waste prevention, recycling, reuse and waste prevention.
UPCOMING EVENTS || 8th Annual Vermont Organics Recycling Summit
April 3rd, 2014, hosted at Vermont Technical Center, Randolph, VT
Click here for a summary of the event, and to register on-line.
Vermont’s Agency of Natural Resources (ANR) is proud to unveil the newly developed standardized symbols for recycling, food scraps, and trash. These symbols were created as tools to help implement Vermont’s Universal Recycling law (Act 148) which will unify recycling and composting efforts across Vermont. The symbols were conceived by an Act 148 work group comprised of solid waste management entities, non-profit organizations, businesses, and state agencies. ANR Secretary Markowitz unveiled the symbols with the assistance of Main Street Middle School students at a press event on November 13th. See the new symbols here.