Snapshots of the Waste Pro Garbage Truck Museum

This gallery features a selection of images from the Waste Pro Garbage Truck Museum in Sanford, Fla.

Mallory Szczepanski, Vice President of Member Relations and Publications

July 14, 2017

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John Jennings, chairman and CEO of Waste Pro, is committed to remembering and preserving the past. So much so, in fact, that he opened up a museum for historical garbage trucks at Waste Pro's Sanford, Fla., regional headquarters in 2012. The 40,000-sq.-ft. space is outfitted with approximately 30 completed vehicles and two dozen vehicles that are in the process of being refurbished. All of the restoration work is done in-house by Waste Pro's restoration team. The museum is currently open for tours by appointment and is undergoing an expansion to make room for more industry treasures. 

In this gallery, you will find a selection of images from the museum, including a few that feature vehicles used in the movie "Fences."

About the Author(s)

Mallory Szczepanski

Vice President of Member Relations and Publications, NWRA

Mallory Szczepanski was previously the editorial director for Waste360. She holds a bachelor’s degree in journalism from Columbia College Chicago, where her research focused on magazine journalism. She also has previously worked for Contract magazine, Restaurant Business magazine, FoodService Director magazine and Concrete Construction magazine.

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