News & Updates

Tis the Season for Giving and Gratitude

The hustle and bustle of the holidays are upon us. As you make your list and check it twice, don’t forget those who serve the community all year long. The men and women providing curbside service and citywide sanitation services are always there when we need them. Rain or shine, oppressive heat or frigid cold, … Read more

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James Davis of Fort Lauderdale, Fla., is National Residential Driver of the Year

Republic Services, Inc. (NYSE: RSG) today announced that, for the first time, it swept all National Waste & Recycling Association (NWRA) Driver of the Year and Operator of the Year awards in the national category. A record four employees from one company were recognized, highlighting Republic team members’ exemplary safety and customer service records. James … Read more

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SWANA Membership for Small Businesses

SWANA for Small Business The Solid Waste Association of North America (SWANA) has a growing network of over 10,000 members in 46 chapters throughout the United States and Canada. While those members include some big names you are sure to recognize, many of those members represent small companies. As a small business, it is important … Read more

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Order Your Custom Truck Bed

Order a Custom Truck Bed Is your child a garbage truck fan? Are you looking for an extra special bed for your kid? When the standard, mass-produced options just won’t cut it, you need a custom built, handcrafted truck bed. Family owned and operated and specializing in custom garbage truck beds, these handmade beds are … Read more

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Waste Management honors Our Veterans this Year in a Big Way!

Did you know that we have almost 2,500 veterans working in a variety of roles at WM? So, today we celebrate our veterans and every veteran. Thank you for your service. #veteransday

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Reduce, Reuse, Recycle | America Recycles Day 2019 | Waste and Recycling Workers Week

Reduce – Reuse – Recycle! America Recycles Day is November 15th

Happy America Recycles Day – November 15 There is no better time than today to start recycling! According to America Recycles Day, 75,496 people have signed the #BeRecycled pledge. If you sign the pledge, here is what you will be committing to do: Learn – I will find out what materials are collected for recycling … Read more

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Kicking Breast Cancer to the Curb

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month Every year, individuals and organizations go pink to show their support and raise awareness for breast cancer. By “going pink” we honor breast cancer survivors, remember those we have lost, and support the progress being made to defeat breast cancer. In addition to supporting research to cure breast cancer, … Read more

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Learn about the Leach™ PackMaster

    Released from its military contract obligations, Leach ramped up production of the Refuse Getter bucket loader following the war. Though sales would remain strong, there was good reason for Leach to avoid complacency. Gar Wood Industries had introduced the all-hydraulic Load-Packer rear loader in 1937, which was becoming increasingly popular as more and more American cities ‘mechanized’ their … Read more

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World Space Week 2021 | Women in Space

Happy World Space Week In 1999, the United Nations General Assembly passed as resolution recognizing October 4th-10th as World Space Week. This year’s theme is “Women in Space.” The annual week long celebration is dedicated to “the contributions of space science and technology to the betterment of the human condition.” An international event, World Space … Read more

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Hello Fall! 4 Ways to Change with the Season

Fall means different things across the country. For some it means vibrant landscapes, trips to orchards for apple picking and preparation for the winter months ahead. For others it means a break from the summer heat and tourists vacating local beaches to return home. No matter what climate you live in, Autumn is a time … Read more

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