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In October Waste Management agreed to buy Deffenbaugh Disposal Inc for an undisclosed amountThe Kansas City Kanbased Deffenbaugh is one of the largest waste and recycling haulers in the Midwest The privately held firm has about 180 million in sales and could represent a 450 million deal estimated Michael E Hoffman managing director for the St Louisbased investment firm Stifel Nicolaus  Co Inc earlier this year The move came just a few months after Waste Management had agreed to sell its
Los Angeles39 zero waste ambitions go handinhand with itsnbspfranchise zone plans Key to the franchise plan is increasing the diversion ratenbspfornbspcommercial real estate and apartmentsIn 2014 thenbspCity Councilnbspvoted to approve the Department of Sanitationrsquos proposednbspZero Waste LA Commercial and Multifamily Franchise HaulingnbspsystemnbspMore details on Los Angeles39 zero waste plan can be foundnbspherenbspPhoto by Frazer HarrisonGetty Imag