Green City Solutions appoints Al Leisengang as Chief Executive Officer
February 12, 2019
NEW YORK - Green City Solutions, the exclusive media partner of Bigbelly, Inc. announced today that Al Leisengang has been named Chief Executive Officer, effective immediately.
Super Bowl sponsor Pepsi paints Atlanta skyline blue as Coke sidelined
January 30, 2019
ATLANTA – Pepsi has unleashed a blue wave. Around Centennial Olympic Park are city trash and recycling cans emblazoned with logos of the Purchase, NY-based company’s namesake drink.
Pepsi Is About to Invade Coca-Cola’s Home Turf at the Super Bowl
January 30, 2019
ATLANTA – In a city that bleeds Coca-Cola red, PepsiCo Inc. is having some fun with its status as Super Bowl sponsor this year.
Mayor Kasim Reed Launches Atlanta’s Bigbelly Recycling Program
November 28, 2017
ATLANTA – Mayor Kasim Reed today announced the launch of the City of Atlanta’s new Bigbelly recycling
Philly getting new, germaphobe-friendly street trash compactors
November 8, 2017
Here’s trashy — but feel-good — news for Philadelphia’s germaphobes. Fancy new garbage compactors that have foot pedals — instead of just handles — to throw out your trash are appearing around the city.
Philly Just Got Bigbelly Trash Cans You Don’t Have to Touch
November 9, 2017
This summer, we were thrilled to tell you 275 new trash cans were on their way to Philly.
Atlanta takes a giant leap into a cleaner environment with new renewable energy resolution
May 31, 2017
On May 1, Atlanta lawmakers unanimously approved a resolution committing the city of Atlanta to using solely renewable energy sources
Downtown Brooklyn rolls out new eco-friendly garbage cans
September 13, 2016
Everyone loves to complain about trash in the streets, but Downtown Brooklyn is expected to see less of it after an expansion of the smart waste and recycling system in the area.
Yes we can! Downtown gets 100 solar-powered trash compactors
March 22, 2016
They’re the pick of the litter! A Downtown business group is installing more than 100 futuristic solar-powered trash compactors around the neighborhood’s streets.