To complete the deal, the city paid the sale price of $625,000, $125,000 in other fees and $195,000 in property taxes owed by IREP.
We attempt to provide some early thoughts on potential impacts, both direct and indirect, of the recently enacted tax reform law on the solid waste companies in this month’s edition of Business Insights.
The U.S. Department of Energy’s Bioenergy Technologies Office has consequently identified the need for technologies to be developed for the efficient use of lignin.
The department will initiate an application process and begin reviewing qualified offender candidates for vacant positions within Waste Pro.
Dubois Livestock, Inc. initially allowed state inspectors to enter its property, but after more odor complaints and successive DEP follow-ups in the fall of 2015, the company refused any more cooperation.
The city’s previous rate for trash collection was just shy of $14 a month, but with the new agreement, customers are now paying $16.70.