Date: December 19, 2011
Source: ABC Disposal Service, Inc.
New Bedford, Mass.-based ABC Disposal Service recently acquired the commercial waste business of United Waste Management including two material recovery transfer stations in Wareham and East Sandwich. United Waste, in turn, had bought the assets in July 2010 from Casella Waste Systems for $7.8 million. ABC Disposal and its sister company New Bedford Waste Services, is a 44-year-old family owned enterprise with operations in Massachusetts and Rhode Island that serves 15,000 commercial, and more than 45,000 residential customers. "Combining the capabilities of these transfer stations with our current 1,500-ton-per-day limit allows New Bedford Waste Services to efficiently manage as many as 3,015 tons of materials each day," said Vice President and General Manager Michael Camara, "These two facilities improve our ability to process a larger percentage of materials which can then be recycled and reused."
December 19, 2011
ABC DISPOSAL SERVICE GROWS PRESENCE IN SOUTHERN NEW ENGLAND
ABC finalizes transaction with United Waste Management of Boston
ABC Disposal Service, Inc. (ABC), located in New Bedford, MA, is pleased to announce it has acquired the Southeastern Massachusetts roll-off business of United Waste Management, headquartered in Boston, MA, effective December 16, 2011. This acquisition increases ABC's roll-off division presence throughout Southeastern Massachusetts, Cape Cod, Martha's Vineyard and Rhode Island.
In addition, New Bedford Waste Services, LLC (NBWS), a sister company of ABC, has acquired two Massachusetts transfer stations from United Waste Management: the Rochester Environmental Park, an 890-ton-per-day Municipal Solid Waste and Construction & Demolition processing facility and transfer station, and Sandwich Resource Recovery, a 625-ton-per-day Construction & Demolition transfer station.
"Combining the capabilities of these transfer stations with our current 1,500-ton-per-day limit allows New Bedford Waste Services to efficiently manage as many as 3,015 tons of materials each day," said Vice President and General Manager Michael Camara, "These two facilities improve our ability to process a larger percentage of materials which can then be recycled and reused."
Along with processing and recycling C & D debris, NBWS is permitted to transfer Municipal Solid Waste for final disposal at various landfills and trash-to-energy plants. These additional services to the Southeastern Massachusetts communities have greatly benefited the residents and other disposal companies in the surrounding area with economy of production.
ABC is one of the largest family-owned and -operated solid waste and recycling companies in Massachusetts and Rhode Island. With almost 44 years of experience, ABC provides the finest quality service to more than 15,000 commercial and industrial customers, and more than 45,000 residential customers. ABC collects, transports and disposes of more than 300,000 tons of non-hazardous waste annually in a safe and environmentally-sound manner.
ABC now has operating facilities in New Bedford, Bellingham, Rochester, Sandwich and Tisbury, Martha's Vineyard. For more information, visit www.abcdisposal.com.
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508 910 0002