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Badgerland Disposal Continues Expansion with Decatur, Wis., Contract

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Town of Decatur contract is Badgerland’s second municipal win in two months; services will be effective January 1, 2019.

Badgerland Disposal, Wisconsin’s independent recycling and waste diversion provider, announced it has secured an exclusive seven-year residential waste services contract with the town of Decatur, effective January 1, 2019.

The second municipal win in the last two months, the contract represents Badgerland’s continuing expansion into southern Wisconsin. Badgerland will provide each residence in the town a new 96-gallon cart for recyclables, another for waste and an annual electronic waste (e-waste) collection service for residents. Decatur residents also will receive more collection service options, ranging from roll-off dumpster to portable restroom rentals.

“At Badgerland, we are defined by our passion and commitment to the neighborhoods and communities we serve, and our core mission of diverting more waste from landfills through recycling innovation,” said Badgerland’s Director of Business Development Kris Roesken in a statement. “We are thrilled to reach more customers and expand our service area, and we welcome the residents of the town of Decatur to the Badgerland Disposal family.”

“Our mission of providing environmentally responsible waste and recycling solutions to local Wisconsin residents remains our top priority. More and more Wisconsin municipalities are recognizing the need and value behind Badgerland’s sustainability and innovation-focused initiatives, and we look forward to continuing our expansion into the new year,” said Badgerland's CEO Dustin Reynolds in a statement.

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