FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
February 12, 2014
MADISON, WI – Pellitteri Waste Systems was recently recognized and thanked by the city of Fitchburg for services provided to Fitchburg’s Organics Collection Pilot program. The program, which ran from April 2012 through December 2013, was honored with a Excellence in Recycling Award from the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources late last year. In accepting the award, the city thanked Pellitteri Waste Systems for the company’s role in making the pilot program possible.
“The City of Fitchburg would like to extend our sincere appreciation for Pellitteri’s support during the Household Organics Collection Pilot,” Paul Woodard, Fitchburg’s Director of Public Works/City Engineer wrote in a January 21 letter to Pellitteri Waste Systems. “We could have never achieved this great accomplishment without your help.”
“This is a great recognition. We are pleased to have played a role in the success of the Organics Collection Pilot Program,” says Pellitteri Waste System VP of Finance David Pellitteri.
The city of Fitchburg reports that the pilot program engaged more than 320 of the 400 target households and “provided a wealth of logistical information and will contribute to the success of any future city-wide household organics collection program.”
Pellitteri Waste Systems provides state-of-the art waste disposal and recycling collection and processing service to commercial, industrial and residential customers throughout Greater Madison, Dane County and Green County. It is a third-generation, family-owned company based in Madison with a proud tradition of service and community involvement. For more information visit www.pellitteri.com.