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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 is proud to be selected as the solid waste and recycling provider for Virginia Tech in Blacksburg, Va.
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 is dedicated to the safety of our employees and the communities they serve. Tip #3 focuses on Transfer Station safety.
The Company successfully merged two Virginia Department of Environmental Quality permits for older Materials Recovery Facilities (MRFs), Blue Ridge Disposal PBR 104 and Resource Management Group PBR 565, respectively, into one permit and built the new facility under the requirements of the PBR 104 permit number. The beneficial result was to improve operational efficiencies and noticeably improve aesthetics. The new building is significantly larger incorporating a number of safety and efficiency improvements.
The president mentioned the vital work of frontline workers, including solid waste and recycling workers, during his March 31 COVID-19 media briefing.
Meridian Waste Hosts Earth Day Coloring Contest for Children
Meridian Waste, an integrated, non-hazardous solid waste services company, is hosting an Earth Day-themed coloring contest, “Brightening the World” for children ages 5-10 to help keep them stimulated while spending more time at home.
What do you love most about the community in which you work, and the customers you serve?
Meridian Waste: The garbage and recycling industry is very local when it comes to community needs, wants, financial capabilities, and political influences. It is rarely a situation of one size fits all. Thus, what makes the business so challenging—and rewarding—is the ability for Meridian Waste to respond nimbly and responsibly to those needs of our unique customers. We must be flexible with the changes that are outside our control such as the recycling commodities marketplace to find different solutions to meet the needs of our customers. READ MORE...
According to a report from Waste360, lithium batteries tossed in the garbage may cause fires. The number of reported waste and recycling facility fires that occurred in the U.S. and Canada in January 2020 totaled 22.
Meridian Waste Visits Troy City Hall
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