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2015 Food Waste Forum

Thanks to everyone who attended the forum!

The Emerald Evening

Save the Date! Thursday, September 17th

Deconstruction Training

Presented by WasteCap and the BMRA

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Upcoming Events & Trainings

Deconstruction Training

July 15, 2015- Indianapolis, IN

October 8, 2015 - East Lansing, MI
 

Take away the 8 steps and necessary skills to create, develop, manage, monitor, document and promote a  successful deconstruction project from beginning to end!

C&D Waste Recycling Training

September 24, 2015 - Halethorpe, MD

Learn how to reduce waste, reach LEED goals, win more bids and save money on your C&D projects and through your industrial waste streams.

The Emerald Evening

Thusrday, September 17th 

WasteCap's third annual fundraising gala being held at the Best Place in Milwaukee featuring reuse performance art, sustainable cuisine, a silent auction and more!

Latest Blog Post

WasteCap is Hiring a Marketing Assistant

WasteCap is Hiring a Marketing Assistant for a three month temp to hire contract position…

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Some Kind Words

“We started working with WasteCap in 2014 and committed to using their services on the Shorewood Metro Market Project. WasteCap is dedicated to their mission as well as their partners by seeking to provide the best services possible in reaching sustainable goals. To date, they have added value by finding competitive hauling bids and setting up an effective recycling program that is achieving a diversion rate at 88%. We wish we would have known about this environmental non-profit sooner. We continue to seek opportunities for us to partner in the future.”

- Michael Weiss, President at General Capital Group, LLP - 4/21/2015

 


WasteCap's construction & demolition projects are currently
achieving an average 88% recycling rate!
That means we've recycled...

an equivalent of

515 miles of dumpsters,
placed end-to-end

which would almost span the
width of Wisconsin, twice.

an equivalent of

235,451
trees

have been saved by recycling wood and cardboard.

equaling, in total,

1,236,000,000
pounds of waste