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Madison's First Fully Automated Single Stream Material Recovery Facility- Kipp Street Station A Division of Pellitteri Waste Systems

  • Madison residents are recycling more kinds of stuff than ever. And it’s never been easier due to Pellitteri Waste Systems’ new single-stream recycling plant on the city’s Southeast Side, the only operation of its kind and scale in the area. State Journal, May 03, 2013 6:15 pmRead More.

  • Up until recently, most of our recycling got shipped out of town to be sorted, but now there's a new state of the art sorting machine inside Pellitteri Waste Systems in Madison. If your recycling ends up there, you can now put things like pots and pans and plastic bags, right into your recycling cart. Read Posted: May 01, 2013.

  • The list of items Waunakee residents can recycle just got a lot longer, thanks to Pellitteri Waste Systems new recycling plant on Madison’s Southeast side.  Read MoreWaunakee Tribune Posted: Thursday, May 16, 2013.

  • In other business, the City Council:  The mayor and city clerk to enter into a contract with Pellitteri Waste Systems to process and market recyclables collected by the city.  See excerpt.  Posted in Govt-and-politics on Wednesday, September 7, 2011 6:50 am

  • Local waste collection business Pellitteri has won the contract for a new recycling center in Madison. They didn't have the lowest bid, but our clear-thinking Mayor of Mayors saw through the difference and made sure the local company got the job, instead of international conglomerate Waste Management. It's just one thing that we can do in the interest of stopping our own local economy's downward motion, regardless of what gets dished out from the top of State Street.  Hear the Mayor on Waste Management vs. Pellitteri Waste Systems. 
  • "We are excited and ready to build Madison's first, single-stream recycling plant..." David Pellitteri 8/9/11

  • Mayor Paul Soglin and Alds. Jill Johnson and Steve King proposed the city award a contract valued at roughly $1.4 million to Pellitteri Waste Systems of Madison... Read More  Posted in Govt-and-politics on Monday, August 8, 2011 6:30 am

  • Madison, Wis., may soon have a new recycling contract that would signal a departure from Waste Management Inc., its longtime hauler, the Wisconsin State Journal reported. The city´s mayor and two members of its City Council proposed that a roughly $1.4 million contract be awarded to Pellitteri Waste Systems of Madison, which would end the city´s 20-year relationship with Waste Management.  Read moreWaste & Recycling News, August 9, 2011

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