No single effort facing municipal solid waste management (MSWM) is more formidable than siting a facility. Regardless of the type of facility that may be proposed, public and political opposition will be strong, continuous and relentless. The not in my back yard (NIMBY) attitude is the standard of the day. These case studies report on three successful siting efforts. Each pursued siting in a different way, each experienced varying degrees of public resistance—but each achieved success. Hopefully, readers of these case studies will find ingredients to assist them in future siting efforts.