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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.
While no 'thanks' are needed, we appreciate the love!
Meridian Waste Florida has been voted the Nassau County Record’s Best Trash Company for the second consecutive year.
Meridian Waste celebrated its frontline workers during Waste & Recycling Workers Week, celebrated during National Safety Month in June.
Meridian Waste has over 400 employees and operates in seven states with 23 facilities. Essential services provided by the Company range from residential waste and recycling hauling and operating transfer stations and landfills.
All employees who drive a vehicle for, or on behalf of, Meridian Waste are required to comply with federal and local laws and will utilize the seat belt assembly installed in their vehicle.
Safety is the number one priority at Meridian Waste. Our goal is to be the leader in safety and health and ultimately achieve zero accidents and zero injuries. The personal safety of each employee and every member of the communities in which we live and operate is vital to us.\
Slow Down to Get Around! Reminder to motorists to drive more carefully when near waste and recycling collection vehicles. By slowing down, drivers protect themselves, the waste and recycling collection workers and other motorists.
At Meridian Waste, the word SAFETY is a verb. Much to the mortification of my elementary school English teacher, I want all of our team members to embrace SAFETY as an action—something we DO every day with every task to ensure you protect your body, your health, and those of your peers, customers, and the greater community.
Meridian Waste Knoxville gets a new truck.
Our Touch-A-Truck event touched a few hearts!
Meridian Waste Missouri brought a big rig to the Moscow Mills 1820’s Days On Main Street Festival as part of the State of Missouri’s Bicentennial celebration.
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