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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 Announces Expansion Into North Carolina
Awarded for Excellent Service
Roger Smith, general manager of the Eagle Ridge Landfill, and Natalie Denando, government and community affairs manager, visit the Old Monroe City Hall.
Announcing our newest additions to the Meridian Waste Family!
Meridian Waste, stepped up to the call of duty to help out its customer, the City of Warrenton, on September 29 by donating approximately $10,000 worth of in-kind environmental services to keep the streets of Warrenton clean during this year’s Fall Festival. The Company provided two rear load collection trucks, 14 employees committing 19.5 hours of service, 56 garbage carts, and street sweeping services to make certain the City looked bright and fresh during and after the event. According to Bob Mathis, Meridian Waste’s Missouri Area President, the company helped to ensure that food crumbs and litter were cleaned from the streets during the special festivities.
It's a beautiful morning in the Town of Callahan, located in northeast Florida. Meridian Waste started waste and recycling services on Monday, September 30, 2019. The driver and helper teams hit the road early and had the pleasure of meeting and greeting residents of our newest service area!
The Meridian Waste Bridgeton Facility is proud to announce that Franklin County garbage route driver Joe Dunn was given a service award by the City of Parkway in special recognition for his dedication and service to the keep the Village clean and safe. The award was presented on Thursday, September 26, at Village Hall by Lynnette Busse.
It's Career Day for the students of Step by Step Learning Center in Fernandina Beach, Fla. Children learned about trash and the importance of proper recycling from the experts at Meridian Waste. The Meridian Waste team was led by District Manager Dave Shepler who also brought out a truck for the children to view.
Updated September 26, 2019
Meridian Waste took part in the 85th Annual Conference for the Missouri Municipal League (MML) in St. Charles September 8-11.
Robert Taylor is a tenured roll-off driver who is the inaugural recipient and September’s Employee of the month. He has worked within the ranks of CFS as a rear-load driver and now a roll-off CDL driver for over six years, with 20 years in the industry. In his off time, Robert enjoys cooking out with his family and friends. He’s even inspired his son, Rojee Martin, to follow in his footsteps in the CFS residential department.
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