to promote safe alternatives to the Wheelabrator trash incinerator in Claremont, NH. WOW's goals include clean air and a healthy local environment. In the mid-2000s, WOW was instrumental in getting Antioch New England Institute (ANEI) involved in Sullivan County. ANEI helped facilitate meetings that led to development of the Waste Action Collaborative (WAC). ANEI and WAC then worked to develop the Recycling-Based Waste Management Action Plan for the Communities of Sullivan County, NH (2007, Action Plan, copy attached). The Action Plan forms the basis for our grant proposal. The plan calls for a zero waste model where the emphasis is on conserving resources, protecting the environment, and creating jobs. We are at a critical juncture because the incinerator closed in September 2013. This presents a unique opportunity for Sullivan County to shift its practices away from incineration and landfilling to maximum recycling and composting.
Summary of Projects
Other grants were awarded some time ago and the details haven't been uploaded to our online system. If you'd like to learn more, contact us ([email protected]) and we'll fill in the blanks.