A Picture of Waste
Each marker color on the map below represents a different trash hauler. There are 12 different haulers in this relatively small area with each block having 5-8 different haulers each.
I doubt this would pass Craig’s does-this-make-any-@#$^$!-sense test. My good friend, a nuclear physicist who isn’t one to gloss over the details, once told me that if you can’t satisfactorily explain your reasoning to a fourth-grader, then it’s unlikely you have a firm grasp of it.
This particular survey was done in the fall of 2013. It is possible that some changes have been made since then or that there were mistakes with data entry. Nevertheless, this map still gives us a pretty good picture of the problem.
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If an organizer is not listed for your neighborhood, it can be added once there is a contact person for it. If you would like to volunteer for the job, sign up here. Likewise, if your block or neighborhood is already organized and has selected a hauler, let us know that too so we can list that information here.
Get Listed as an Organizer | List Your Block’s Hauler
When you get listed as an organizer in your area, which might be just your block or an area marked by other natural boundaries, we can list your name here with a Sane Sanitation email address. We can also point you to resources, help you collect and evaluate survey data, and even help manage your contact lists to make it easy to connect with people. You’ll also get access to an online forum where organizers like you can share ideas.
If your block is already organized, we would like to share that information on this map.
To get listed as an organizer or to list which hauler your area has already selected, please provide the following information: