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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.
Meridian Waste Virginia, LLC, held its first annual Recycle Right event in Lunenburg County, Va.
The first annual Recycle Right Drop-Off event was created for the residents of Lunenburg County, their involvement in recycling, and to understand how to recycle. The event was held on Saturday, October 10, at Central High School.
Washed Ashore builds and exhibits aesthetically powerful art to educate a global audience about plastic pollution in the ocean and waterways and spark positive changes in consumer habits.
Meridian Waste North Carolina hosted its first of five (5) Saturdays in a row introducing its one-of-a-kind charity pumpkin patch at its Shotwell Landfill facility in Wendell, NC. Besides raising monies and doing good for local charities, the event showcases that even the unexpected can be fun, educational, and very “cool” for kids of all ages including those simply young at heart.
The City of Wentzville held its biannual Large Item Pick-Up event from September 28 through October 2, and Eolia had a biannual Weekend Clean-Up from October 3 until October 4. With the two collection events, a total of 251.13 tons of bulk waste was collected. The Village of Eolia purged 6.65 tons (or 13,300 lbs.), and Wentzville banished 244.48 tons (or 488,960 lbs.) of bulk waste from their homes.
Channing "CJ" Tisdale is the Meridian Waste Virginia, LLC., Petersburg, Va., September 2020 Employee of the Month.
Meridian Waste, and related companies, is the new Owner/Operator of the Shotwell C&D Landfill located in Wendell, N.C. Meridian Waste is dedicated to supporting and giving back to the local communities and has created the pumpkin patch as the company’s introduction into the greater Raleigh-Durham area.
40 Yards to Feed the Community is a new project running from September 15 through November 30 to help fortify the reserves of the local food pantry and feed individuals and families. The measurement of a 40-yard roll off container from Meridian Waste can collect approximately 23,000-pounds of food or 19,000 meals. Through the recent and on-going consolidation of the area’s food pantries, the Agape Center of the NRV needs assistance with donations of non-perishable foods.
Anthony “Tony” Holt has been serving the greater Augusta region for more than 20 years as a driver in the environmental services industry, as a Columbia County firefighter, and as a dedicated 25 year veteran of the U.S. Army. Through a lifetime of service, Holt is still supporting his community.
Meridian Waste Missouri announced the asset acquisition of all roll off trucks, containers, and contracts from Rapid Response, Inc. located in Wentzville, Mo. effective September 1st.
The roll off assets and associated CDL drivers will be relocated to Meridian Waste’s existing hauling and transfer station operations located in Foristell, Mo.
Meridian Waste Blue Ridge, Va., dropped off a dozen donuts to customers each week in June and July to let them know how much we appreciate their partnership.
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