Interstate Waste Services Acquires Cipollini Carting and Recycling

September 28, 2022

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Teaneck, NJ  – Interstate Waste Services, Inc. (“IWS”) is pleased to announce the acquisition of Cipollini Carting and Recycling, Inc. based in Rockaway, NJ.  Cipollini Carting and Recycling, Inc. (“Cipollini”), founded in 1989, is a non-hazardous solid waste and recycling collection provider serving residential and commercial customers throughout northern and central New Jersey. 

IWS is the largest privately held, vertically integrated provider of solid waste collection, transfer, recycling, and disposal services serving the greater New York City and New Jersey markets.  The Cipollini acquisition will expand IWS’s collection capability in the western portion of their New Jersey footprint and will allow IWS to internalize additional volume into its rail-served disposal network.  By leveraging its waste-by-rail capabilities, IWS reduces vehicle miles traveled and GHG emissions from over the road hauling. 

“The Cipollini team has built a legacy of trust, service, and flexibility and we are honored to carry on the Cipollini tradition, said Mike DiBella, CEO of IWS.  “The IWS team extends a warm welcome to Peter Cipollini, his team and all Cipollini customers.” 

About Interstate Waste Services

Interstate Waste Services, Inc. (“IWS”) is a vertically integrated provider of solid waste and recycling services in the New York and New Jersey market. IWS operates over 600 collection vehicles throughout Northern and Central New Jersey, the five boroughs of NYC, and Orange and Rockland Counties in New York, which are serviced by a network of 23 transfer/transload facilities, 5 material recycling facilities, and a rail-served solid waste landfill. IWS is one of the most progressive and innovative providers of non-hazardous waste management services with a diverse range of residential, industrial, and commercial customers. For more information, please visit

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