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Casella Acquires TAM Waste Management

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The acquisition includes TAM’s three waste hauling, recycling and composting businesses.

Trevor Mance, a 2016 Waste360 40 Under 40 award recipient and owner of TAM Waste Management in Vermont, announced that he sold his waste hauling, recycling and composting businesses to Casella Waste Systems. Mance will continue running operations at a local division under Casella.

The acquisition was effective as of June 1 and included waste hauling operations in communities around the county, a composting facility in Bennington and a recycling facility in Pownal, according to a Bennington Banner report.

Bennington Banner has more details:

Trevor Mance has sold his TAM Waste Management Inc. waste hauling, recycling and composting businesses to Casella Waste Systems, which operates similar facilities throughout the Northeast.

Mance, of Shaftsbury, confirmed Tuesday that the sale was effective as of June 1 and involved his three businesses, including waste hauling in communities around the county and in nearby Massachusetts and New York; a composting facility in Bennington, and a recycling facility in Pownal.

The company founder said he will continue to manage the operations as a local division under Casella and that no service or employment changes are expected.

"There will be no change in service at this time," Mance said. "And all of the TAM employees will be retained and will be working in the same capacity as before, myself included. I'll be running the division for Casella."

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