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Waste Pro to Service 127,000 Multifamily Residences in Charlotte, N.C.

Waste Pro will begin servicing the city on July 1.

The city of Charlotte, N.C., has selected Waste Pro to provide waste and recycling collection services to 127,000 multifamily residential units. Waste Pro will begin servicing the city on July 1. 

Under Waste Pro’s new three-year contract, it will provide the city with solid waste and recycling collection on a weekly basis, with bulky items, such as furniture, collected upon request. Services will be based out of Waste Pro’s Concord operations.

“We are honored to have been awarded this contract and are working closely with the city on preparing for the transition, reviewing customer information and gathering staff and equipment for a smooth start up,” said Chip Gingles, division vice president of Waste Pro’s regional Concord office, in statement. “Since entering the market in 2011, we have built a large base of municipal and commercial business and look forward to providing excellent service. This contract is a high priority to Waste Pro, and we are dedicated to developing a long-lasting relationship with Charlotte.”

Waste Pro USA, Inc. is one of the country’s fastest growing privately owned waste collection, recycling, processing and disposal companies, operating in nine southeastern states. Waste Pro, with revenues in 2018 projected to be nearly $700 million, serves more than two million residential and 40,000 commercial customers from more than 75 operating locations. Waste Pro is headquartered in Longwood, Fla., and maintains more than 265 exclusive municipal contracts and franchises.

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