Eureka Recycling in St. Paul, Minn., can serve as a working model that addresses economic, labor, capital markets and operating procedures for re-localizing recycling.
An ESOP gives employees a stake in the company through stock allocation.
After the company’s earnings report, however, shares rose 2 percent on February 13.
In 2019, the company invested more than $525 million in value-enhancing acquisitions, and in 2020, it could see another outsized year of investment.
The waste management provider alleges the town of Natick owes the company nearly $200,000.
The transaction includes recycling and trash collection service to more than 2,500 residential customers and about 500 commercial customers.
During a call with investors, Waste Management shed light on the pending Advanced Disposal acquisition.
The company stated it ended 2019 “on a high note” and predicted what’s to come in 2020.
Via the contract, Gershman, Brickner & Bratton, Inc. will study the efficiency of the city's recycling and reuse program.