The New Baltimore, Mich., City Council voted unanimously on August 12 to award a new waste hauling contract to Priority Waste.
According to a report in The Voice, the Clinton Township-based company beat two other bidders for the contract—GFL Environmental Inc. and the city’s current waste hauler Waste Management Inc.
The term of the contract will run for five years with the option of renewing. Flyers containing more specific details about trash collection and recycling services from Priority are expected to be provided to city residents.
The Voice has more details:
New Baltimore residents will soon see a new fleet of garbage trucks collecting curbside trash in the city.
City council members voted unanimously Aug. 12 to award a new waste hauling contract to Priority Waste. The Clinton Township-based company, relatively new to waste hauling in Macomb County, beat out two other bidders for the contract: GFL Environmental Inc., which acquired Rizzo Environmental Services in 2016, and the city’s current waste hauler, Waste Management Inc.
Despite the change in haulers, residents will likely see no major changes in service.