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Quest to Manage Buffalo Wild Wings’ Waste, Recycling Program

Quest to Manage Buffalo Wild Wings’ Waste, Recycling Program

Under a multiyear agreement, Quest will manage a comprehensive waste and recycling program for all 516 Buffalo Wild Wings restaurants throughout the U.S.

Quest Resource Holding Corporation, a national leader in environmental reuse, recycling and waste disposal services, announced it has added Buffalo Wild Wings, one of the largest American casual dining restaurant and sports bar franchises owned by Atlanta-based Inspired Brands Inc., to its portfolio of customers.

Under the multiyear agreement, Quest will manage a comprehensive waste and recycling program for all 516 Buffalo Wild Wings restaurants located throughout the U.S.

“We selected Quest because they provided significant savings over the incumbent and offered a slew of different services, aside from traditional waste hauling, specifically multiple recycling options from food waste to construction materials and others,” said Carlos Garcia, Inspire Brands, Inc. director of global procurement, in a statement. “Aside from the positive references provided, I did not truly know how good the customer service level would be. My Quest account management team is stellar and extremely responsive.”

“The addition of another national chain to our portfolio of customers is a strong testament to the value that our services provide in helping growing companies achieve their operational goals while remaining a good steward of the environmental,” said Ray Hatch, Quest’s chief executive officer, in a statement. “We provide our customers a ‘one-stop’ solution for all of their recycling and waste disposal needs from coast to coast, helping them focus on their own distinct positioning, guest experience and product offering."

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