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Upcoming Events

Information Session - 21st Century Pathways

Wednesday, June 19th (2:00pm - 3:00pm)

Sign up for the 21st Century Pathways - Informational Session, a program about integrating sustainability into decision making for businesses.

21st Century Pathways: Integrating Sustainability into Decision Making

Thursday, August 1st (Program Kickoff)

Design your company roadmap for talent, sustainability, and profit in the 21st century. This 5 session, four-month program is designed to build a detailed road map and custom 3 year plan (with ROIs) to get the most value out of sustainability for your business.

Latest Blog Post

$68,000 Saved and 1,600 Tons Diverted - Project Spotlight

The bottom line is - landfill diversion saves money. But there are many positive ripple…

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Altius Building Company - Member Spotlight

WasteCap Resource Solutions is proud to highlight our member, Altius Building Company! Altius offers wide…

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Not Measuring C&D Waste? You Might Be Losing Money.

You can't manage what you don't measure. When contractors don’t track and measure how they…

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WasteCap's construction & demolition projects are currently
achieving an average 88% recycling rate!
That means we've recycled...

an equivalent of

519 miles of dumpsters,
placed end-to-end

which would almost span the
width of Wisconsin, twice.

an equivalent of

402,419
trees

have been saved by recycling wood and cardboard.

equaling, in total,

1,246,220,380
pounds of waste