Thank you to all the municipalities who completed their MMP surveys in 2020. Your contribution not only supports standardization and the consistent measurement of materials management programs, it also helps to reduce our collective carbon footprint. In collaboration with One Tree Planted, 513 trees will be planted in support of the reforestation efforts in vulnerable […]
We wanted to recognize those communities that have participated in the Municipal Measurement Program™ for two years in a row. We thank you for your commitment to standardization and your contribution to the MMP! Adams County, MS Alcorn County, MS Borough of Hatboro, PA Borough of Perkasie, PA Calhoun County, MS City of Akron, OH […]
Apply now to join the MMP! Re-TRAC Connect is collaborating with One Tree Planted to plant 500 trees. We will plant one tree for every municipality that joins the Municipal Measurement Program™ (MMP) and completes the three core surveys. Trees play a huge role in our environment – they clean the air we breathe, filter […]
We’re excited to announce the release of five new analytical reports and important calculation updates to the existing reports. We have also introduced two optional surveys: Public Space Program Assessment and Processing Facilities Assessment. Keep reading to learn more about the latest updates to the Municipal Measurement Program™ (MMP™).
Kevin Stirtz (author of “More Loyal Customers”) said “Providing great customer service is the most natural activity in the world. It’s fun to help others because it feels good.” We definitely agree! This month, we have introduced new support options available to all of our Re-TRAC Connect programs.
These options include a new Program-Specific Support Request form as well as a Support Portal, ensuring that Re-TRAC Connect users receive timely and effective answers to their program-related questions.
Happy New Year!
The Municipal Measurement Program (MMP) team is excited to announce the latest version of the MMP that launched on January 3rd, 2020.
We received tons of great feedback from participating municipalities, state government agencies, county & regional agencies, industry organizations, conference attendees, webinar participants, and more. After combining and categorizing the feedback, we identified opportunities to optimize data entry, highlighted recurring themes, and prioritized the most pressing issues. The results of our program and feedback analysis are summarized by the survey and report updates described below.
We look forward to another great year of standardized measurement in 2020!