The SWIP provides a history of SWAC and its activities, how each waste stream is to be managed, and a 5-year plan for increasing diversion and improving management of certain waste streams. The SWIP also provides the following information:
•How the SWAC towns will educate the public on the reduction and diversion of recyclables, yard trimmings, food scraps, clean wood, hazardous waste, pharmaceuticals, textiles, and construction and demolition debris.
•How the SWAC towns will work with schools and businesses to improve their waste diversion programs including food waste.
•How the SWAC towns will improve waste reduction at events and public spaces.
•How recyclables, organics, hazardous waste, textiles, construction and demolition debris, and biosolids are managed in the SWAC towns.
•How the SWAC towns will implement variable rate pricing for residential trash and recyclables.
•Criteria for siting solid waste facilities in the SWAC towns and procedures for including solid waste facilities in the plan.
•Solid waste facilities and haulers that operate in the SWAC towns.
Thank you in advance for your help in responsibly and economically managing the solid and hazardous waste in your community.