Author: Sean Nally

Sean Nally

Sean primarily contributes to The Fill with industry news, but is known to dabble in a variety of other waste-related topics. After graduating from the 47th best journalism school in the United States, Sean could essentially write his own ticket. However, he couldn't pass up an opportunity help build a blog and has been doing so for the last 3+ years. Sean is an avid golfer, champion bowler and future RV owner.

May 20, 20131

Amtrak Trains Go Green

National Train Day (May 11) may have come and passed but many improvements are headed for the American train system. Amtrak, which is...

dumpster diving in houston

HOUSTON, TX – The City of Houston recently passed a new amendment that decriminalizes the act of going into public garbage cans in search...

University of California-Davis has been pushing the envelope towards complete sustainability on the campus. This school has been setting the example for how...

The attack on the Boston Marathon was truly a tragedy and left much of the world baffled. Many people began searching for answers...

The Altamont Landfill located near San Francisco is California’s largest landfill with currently over 50 million tons of trash. This will remain the...

April 18, 20130

Boston Sparks Trashcan Talk

Even though trash cans in major cities across the world serve a positive purpose, some questionable individuals have taken advantage of these containers...