NESWC

AcronymDefinition
NESWCNorth East Solid Waste Committee
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The 23 NESWC communities deliver their non-recycled municipal solid waste to the Massachusetts RefuseTech, Inc.
Rothstein, Senior Advisor to the NESWC Board, commented "The significant savings Dr.
Moroney added, "NESWC recently won a court decision whereby the NESWC communities will pay for a portion rather than 100% of the cost of the retrofit.
Rothstein commented "The Independent Third Party's decision is a major milestone in terms of the NESWC project.
The NESWC communities are Acton, Andover, Arlington, Bedford, Belmont, Boxborough, Burlington, Carlisle, Dracut, Hamilton, Lexington, Lincoln, Manchester-By-The-Sea, North Andover, North Reading, Peabody, Tewksbury, Watertown, Wenham, Westford, West Newbury, Wilmington, and Winchester.
Chairman Moroney stated, "the new management contract emphasizes an increased role of the NESWC Board of Directors.
The NESWC communities are Acton, Arlington, Bedford, Belmont, Boxborough, Burlington, Carlisle, Dracut, Hamilton, Lexington, Lincoln, Manchester, North Andover, North Reading, Peabody, Tewksbury, Watertown, Wenham, Westford, West Newbury, Wilmington, and Winchester.
The NESWC communities, representing approximately 500,000 people include Acton, Andover, Arlington, Belmont, Bedford, Boxborough, Burlington, Carlisle, Dracut, Hamilton, Lincoln, Lexington, Manchester, North Andover, North Reading, Peabody, Tewksbury, Watertown, Wenham, Westford, West Newbury, Wilmington and Winchester.
Representatives from NESWC and Wheelabrator will be available to answer questions and provide further background information.
o Updated financial records and delivering more updated and comprehensive financial management systems with significant additional financial control to the NESWC Board.
o Established ongoing communications with NESWC state legislators and officials in the executive branch.
A public-private partnership, initially formed in the early 1980's, the NESWC project brought separate cities/towns together to develop a trash-to-energy project.