ABC Disposal and its sister company make acquisitions
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Dec. 16 — New Bedford-based ABC Disposal Services Inc. has acquired the roll-off business of United Waste Management. In addition, ABC´s sister company New Bedford Waste Services LLC has acquired two transfer stations from United Waste Management.
The roll-off acquisition ups ABC’s presences in southeast Massachusetts, Cape Cod, Martha’s Vineyard and Rhode Island, the company said in a news release.
The transfer stations involved in the deal are the Rochester Environmental Park, an 890-ton-per-day municipal solid waste and construction and demolition processing facility and transfer station, and Sandwich Resource Recovery, a 625-ton-per-day C&D transfer station.
ABC Disposal Service was ranked No. 43 in Waste & Recycling News´ Top 100 Hauler Rankings, reporting 165 employees, 1,400 roll-off containers, 85 trucks and $ 40 million in annual hauling and disposal revenue.
ABC has 15,000 commercial and industrial customers, and more than 45,000 residential customers, the company said.
“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,” Vice President and General Manager Michael Camara said in a statement, “These two facilities improve our ability to process a larger percentage of materials which can then be recycled and reused.”
Terms of the deals were not released.
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