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Meridian Waste Acquires Patterson TnWaste Hauling, Expanding Knoxville ServicesMeridian Waste Acquires Patterson TnWaste Hauling, Expanding Knoxville Services

Meridian Waste has completed the purchase of Patterson TnWate Hauling as of October 1. The asset purchase includes 21 collection vehicles and approximately 800 containers. The acquisition will add to the company's roll-off portfolio in the greater Knoxville, Tenn. area.

Waste360 Staff

October 3, 2023

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Meridian Waste
Meridian Waste

Meridian Waste has completed the purchase of Patterson TnWate Hauling as of October 1.

The asset purchase includes 21 collection vehicles and approximately 800 containers. The acquisition will add to the company's roll-off portfolio in the greater Knoxville, Tenn. area.

Commercial driver's license (CDL) drivers will transition to Meridian Waste while the owners continue their dump trucking operations transporting dirt, gravel, and landscaping materials exclusive of solid waste, the company confirmed.

It also fortifies its disposal volumes received at its two construction and demolition (C&D) landfills in the marketplace including Poplar View Landfill and Riverside Landfill, according to the company.

Adding Patterson TnWaste Hauling streamlines operations in the Knoxville marketplace will enhance Meridian's financial performance, noted Larry Deivers, Tennessee district manager.

“I have personally known the Patterson family for 25 of the 28 years they have been providing trucking operations in the community," Deivers said. "I'm proud they chose Meridian Waste to partner with and entrust us with their drivers and customers.  I believe that our values and commitment to quality service are aligned, and together we will provide an exception customer experience for existing and new customers.”   

Financial details about the transaction were not disclosed.

 

 

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