Recycling is WORK!

Many people want to recycle and protect the environment, but they do not know how to recycle correctly.  Historically, China purchased most of the single stream recycling generated and collected in the United States.  The recycling loads that China purchased from the US were highly contaminated due to poor recycling habits in the US.   Beginning … Read More »

China and the Looming Recycling Crisis

Excellent article explaining the recycling crisis locally which has been caused by the change in the acceptable contamination levels of recyclable materials shipped to China.  This is an international problem, that has very quickly substantially increased the cost of collecting recyclable materials from households and other generators.   Proponents, generators, haulers, facilities, and participants in … Read More »

Everyone Loves Stew!

We’ve been getting some great buzz from Graham Waste’s recent hiring of Stew Curran, our latest sales whiz!  We’d like to thank the following folks for recognizing Stew and Graham Waste: The Boston Business Journal City Biz List TinyTown Unleashed Newton Patch Braintree Patch Thanks to all for mentioning us and welcoming Stew to the … Read More »

Graham Waste Hires Stew Curran to Help Sales Effort

Stew Curran Joins Massachusetts Industry Leader as Sales Associate Cohasset, MA –Graham Waste Services has hired Stew Curran as Sales Associate of the family-owned and operated waste management company. Curran will be based out of the company’s Cohasset office, and will service the Eastern Massachusetts territory. Curran has worked in sales and sales management for … Read More »

South Shore Recycling: Where to Take my Hard to Recycle Items?

We often hear from our customers who ask us where they can recycle items other than the ones we can handle with our South Shore recycling service. Awkward and potentially dangerous items such as electronics, old televisions, paint and even battery acid can be recycled, but need to be cared for and processed very carefully. … Read More »