In The NewsRSS

Galloway recycling changes offer incentives, competition

Written by Press of Atlantic City
Published: December 10, 2008

Galloway Township

Town's private trash hauler begins recycling incentives

Waste Management kicked off its recycling incentive program in Galloway Township on Wednesday. Through a partnership with Recyclebank, Waste Management will offer rewards from local stores in proportion to the weight of a household's recyclables.

Customers will not pay more for service from Waste Management, which recently switched to single-stream recycling, as did the Atlantic County Utilities Authority. The change ultimately cuts operating costs by nearly one-third, officials have said.

Recyclebank already operates in 15 states, including New Jersey, but Galloway will bring its first clients in the southeastern part, according to a statement from the company.

Galloway residents must hire their own collectors for trash and recycling; Waste Management formerly contracted with the ACUA to handle its Galloway clients, but that contract expired at the end of the year, when Waste Management picked up with recycling bank.

Media Contacts

Interested in learning a little more about us? 
We're glad to share our story!

For inquiries:

Please note, if you are not a member of the press, you will not receive a response.

TwitterLatest Tweets



Recyclebank At A Glance

New York

New York, Philadelphia and Houston

Javier Flaim


The Coca-Cola Company, Craton Equity Partners, Generation Investment Management, Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, Paul Capital Investments, Physic Ventures, RRE Ventures LLC, Sigma Partners, Waste Management Inc., and Westly Group

4 Million+

300+ in all 50 states

Reward Partners

In The NewsRSS Press ReleaseRSS