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Garbage Men & Women Doing Good in the Community
Here you will find a selection of our stories from the communities we serve and the environmental heroes who are part of the Meridian Waste team.
The Company’s $1,500 donation will help the organization provide vital outreach and navigational services to help veterans suffering from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI).
JD Morgan, Manager Trainee, celebrates with co-workers in February upon his promotion to Safety Manager of both North Carolina and Virginia.
Meridian Waste has partnership with Wake Tech Foundation for a cleaner environment, pledging $15,000 over the next three years.
The first gift of $5,000 was recently made to ensure current and future Wake Tech students have the chance to explore diverse academic programs and gain the skills and knowledge to thrive in their careers after graduation.
Meridian Waste announces the promotion of Deanna Coble Martin to General Manager of Triad Hauling. The Triad Hauling operation based out of Liberty, NC is the newest hauling operation for the company and was integrated within the company upon the acquisition of Coble Sandrock, Inc. and Coble’s Container Service, LLC in September 2023. Martin, a Coble family member, transitioned with the acquisition and has been instrumental in ensuring a smooth transition for the company's roll off hauling and landfill disposal customers.
Donell Price has been with Meridian since April 2021 and is the first Meridian Waste North Carolina employee to participate in the Meridian Waste CDL Sponsorship Program.
Poplar View Landfill (Knoxville, TN) took delivery of a 826K Caterpillar compactor on Friday, February 9th. Nothing makes General Manager Matt Lavender (right) and Area President Larry Seivers (left) more proud than shiny new heavy equipment to help make landfill operations more efficient!
Tri-Corners Landfill (Alamance Co, NC) customers are receiving sweet treats leading up to Valentine’s Day for each delivery made to the Landfill.
Meridian Waste announces a three-year scholarship commitment to support the Wake Tech Career Fields and Transportation education and certification program. Scholarship supports diesel technician and heavy equipment operator training vital to the environmental services industry
Mother Nature came through Knoxville, TN with fury Monday, January 15th.
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