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National Waste Partners Acquires Assets from DWS

National Waste Partners, through its various subsidiaries, provides compactor and baler rentals, repair, and waste coordination services to over 500 customers across 37 states.

National Waste Partners announced it has acquired Environmental Equipment Services, an equipment service company, and National Compactor Rental, a compactor and baler rental company, from DWS, Inc.

The company said the acquisition of these two businesses represent an important step in helping it achieve its strategic objective of expanding both its compactor and baler rental and service offerings.

National Waste Partners, through its various subsidiaries, provides compactor and baler rentals, repair, and waste coordination services to over 500 customers across 37 states.

“This was a logical acquisition given the more than 15-year relationship our companies have enjoyed” Brian Gibson, CEO of National Waste Partners, said in a statement. “Our organization—from leaders to employees—have a tremendous respect for David and Lori Slager, who founded and built DWS, Inc. and the many businesses it owns. We look forward to integrating the acquired organizations and exceptional employees into National Waste Partners.”

Scott Lange, general manager of environmental equipment services with DWS, will be joining National Waste Partners within the sales organization. As a 25-year a veteran of the waste arena, Lange brings knowledge, experience, and strategic relationships to National Waste’s sales organization that will contribute to its development and ongoing success.

“We’re excited to collaborate with Brian Gibson and Jerome Vinagro on this transaction” DWS CEO and Founder David W. Slager said in a statement. “National Waste has been an outstanding business partner for many years. We believe the platform and team they are building will be a force in the industry and our businesses are excited to be a part of that success.”

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