Local Government Reporting

Level up your residential program reporting

The most efficient way to measure residential curbside and drop-off program performance in your region.


Centralize program information


Compare diversion performance


Identify the biggest challenges


Measure pounds per household

Consolidate program information

  • Understand how communities collect trash

    Identify which municipalities, counties, and districts provide residential curbside & drop-off municipal solid waste (MSW) collection programs, who provides collection service, and how many tons of MSW are collected each year.
  • Capture recycling program characteristics

    Collect information about residential curbside & drop-off recycling programs, how many residents are served, which materials are accepted, and how many tons of recycling are collected each year.
  • Keep track of organics collection

    Discover which communities have active yard & food waste collection programs, how & when these materials are collected, and how many tons are collected each year.


Evaluate local government program performance

  • Measure diversion rates

    Calculate the average diversion rate for your jurisdiction and assess how each community's diversion performance contributes to the average.
  • Annual tonnage by program

    Measure the total tons of recycling, MSW, yard waste, and food waste captured by all residential programs in your jurisdiction.
  • Apples-to-apples comparison

    Normalize results by comparing the pounds of MSW, recycling, and organics generated by households served by curbside collection programs.
  • Trend performance over time

    Monitor your jurisdiction's annual performance metrics to analyze trends and identify opportunities to make program adjustments.
"The GDMP is a great solution for state agencies that want to get started quickly with local government reporting but don't have the time or budget to design a brand new program."


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