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Meridian Waste Solutions Acquires Mobile Science Technologies

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Bright City was developed to help local governments streamline internal and external communications.

Solid waste services company Meridian Waste Solutions Inc. acquired Mobile Science Technologies Inc., a technology service provider and app developer.  Mobile Science Technologies will operate as wholly-owned subsidiary of Meridian Waste.

“Technology and innovation are critical to the growth and success of Meridian Waste,” Meridian Chairman and CEO Jeffrey Cosman said in a statement. “We plan to be the leaders within the environmental industry by showcasing the communications and engagement that can be created between our customers, including governments, residents and businesses, and our solid waste marketplace operations in St. Louis, Missouri, Richmond, Virginia and future locations by utilizing the talent of our IT development team and the speed and accuracy of today’s mobile technologies.”  

Mobile Science Technologies, Inc. develops and operates technology supporting Apple (IOS), Google (Android), ASP.NET / MSSQL, PHP / MYSQL, websites, hosting and security.  The tech firm has been developing web-based software and mobile applications for the last six years.

Bright City is a product with a current customer base in Delaware and Georgia.

Bright City was developed to help local governments streamline internal and external communications, expand community policing and security, expedite the flow of information to governmental departments, report information and issues faster and more accurately, generate revenue via event and ticket sales and build trust among local governments and their citizens. 

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