The Chittenden Stable Waste District acquired a grant value $106,849 from the Vermont Division of Environmental Conservation (DEC) to assist defray the prices of offering amenities and training for the Correct disposal of hazardous waste generated by eligible residents and companies.
The grant is a part of a strong waste help fund offered by the state to assist cities and strong waste planning entities implement their strong waste plans, as required by state regulation. State. The grant is awarded yearly by DEC, a department of the Vermont Pure Sources Company.
CSWD is utilizing the grant to assist fund the district’s hazardous waste assortment program, which incorporates the Environmental Depot, a facility in South Burlington that accepts hazardous waste from Chittenden County households and companies year-round. , and the Rover, a cellular assortment program that enhances the Depot.
“These funds shall be used to assist help our hazardous waste assortment program for eligible residents and companies,” stated CSWD Chief Compliance Officer Josh Estey. “This program prices over $500,000 to handle over 600,000 kilos of waste collected annually. The grant will assist alleviate a few of these prices.