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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.
Neora V., age 8, of St. Johns, Fla., won the Meridian Waste Earth Day nationwide Coloring Contest, age category 8-10, in April 2020.
Jasoda M., age 6, of Jacksonville, Fla., won the Meridian Waste Earth Day nationwide Coloring Contest in April 2020. Her artwork was selected for her creative coloring and thoughtful additions: She gave both the sun and the Environmental Services Worker masks to help them stay safe!
Meet Jimmy Murray! In April 2020, he received seven (7!) Shout Outs from the community sharing his excellent work with the company.
We want to hear about the garbage men and women who make your day brighter. Please send us your positive experiences through our Shout Out program.
Meridian Waste Virginia (formerly Container First Services), an integrated, non-hazardous solid waste services company, has made a $5000 donation to assist with maintaining water connectivity for the City of Petersburg residents in peril.
Meridian Waste Virginia, LLC (aka Container First Services), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Meridian Waste, an integrated, non-hazardous solid waste services company, is announcing their April 2020 Employees of the Month.
The purpose of the “Brightening the World” coloring contest was to introduce the concept of Earth Day and how waste management plays a major role in the health and safety of communities throughout the U.S. and even the world.
The Employee of the Month for March 2020, is CFS employee Crystal Yeckley. Crystal is a real team player and is a valuable asset to the company.
The president mentioned the vital work of frontline workers, including solid waste and recycling workers, during his March 31 COVID-19 media briefing.
Slow Down to Get Around (SDTGA) is a national safety campaign that reminds motorists to drive more carefully when near waste and recycling collection vehicles. Being struck by a motorist is a leading cause of death for waste and recycling collection employees, and with proper awareness, is completely preventable.
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