• CSWD Highlights Composting During Vermont Restaurant Week


    CSWD is partnering with Seven Days’ Vermont Restaurant Week to promote composting and food waste reduction at events and restaurants throughout Chittenden County.

    Be sure to check out restaurants marked with a little green apple in the Restaurant Guide – they’re the composting heroes who are turning the tables on the landfill by composting food scraps or donating extra food to help feed the soil and hungry Vermonters instead of the landfill!

  • CSWD is Hiring: Data Analytics Specialist

    This is a full-time position to collect, organize, & interpret data using statistical analysis & provide insight & results to management. Work with vendor to develop & implement a data warehouse. Filter and clean data, prepare reports, and present findings to managers & Board. May assist with troubleshooting IT issues for staff. B.S. in computer science recommended with 3-5 years strong exp. in data analytics. Starting salary $54,231 – $58,949. Excellent benefits. Submit resume to Amy Jewell:ajewell[at]cswd.net by 5/16/14.

    Full Job Description

  • Volunteer for Day in the Dirt on Green Up Day, May 3


    Do your part on Green Up Day, either picking up litter or digging healthy compost into Burlington’s community and school gardens.

    The Vermont Community Garden Network presents the 2nd annual Day in the Dirt! on Saturday, May 3 – Green Up Day – in Burlington. Ten teams of volunteers will pitch in at community and school garden sites all over the city, then celebrate a successful day with a delicious lunch at the Intervale Center. Continued…

  • National Prescription Drug Take Back Day-April 26


    Prescription drugs are regulated and must be disposed of properly to prevent them falling into the wrong hands or polluting the environment.

    This is why it’s not a good idea to toss them in the trash or flush them down the toilet. Law enforcement agencies in Chittenden County will be collecting prescription drugs at various locations throughout the county on Saturday, April 26, from 10 am – 2 pm. Continued…

CSWD Spotlight


4 Reasons to buy Local Color Paint this spring:

Get great coverage, indoors and out, for a great price.

Local Color meets Green Seal® standards for low VOCs.

Help keep latex paint out of the landfill and close the loop on paint you recycled last season.

Four new shades debut this season: Blue Moon, Grazing Green, Sunflower Yellow and Udderly Pink. Look for them soon at your nearest retailer.

» Learn more about Local Color Paint