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Valet Living Acquires Trojan Waste Solutions

Valet Living Acquires Trojan Waste Solutions

The acquisition broadens Valet Living's amenity services to 10,000 additional apartment homes in Texas.

Valet Living, a nationally recognized full-service amenities provider to the multifamily housing industry, recently announced the acquisition of doorstep waste and recycling provider Trojan Waste Solutions.

"On the heels of a year of tremendous growth for Valet Living, this acquisition will increase our footprint in Texas, where we now serve nearly 500,000 apartment homes across the state," said Shawn Handrahan, president and CEO of Valet Living, in a statement. "We are transforming residential living in the Southwest region and are excited to accomplish great things together with Trojan Waste Solutions in 2020."

The acquisition of the Texas-based amenities provider, offering doorstep waste and recycling pickup, common area cleaning and pet waste disposal, adds more than 10,000 apartment homes to the Valet Living portfolio primarily in San Antonio and Austin, Texas. Trojan Waste Solutions also serves communities in Florida, North Carolina and the Dallas/Fort Worth area.

"As co-founders, our vision for our company was the same from the beginning: the success of our business will hinge on the service that we provide," said Cameron McCreary and Zac Zahirniak, co-founders for Trojan Waste Solutions, in a statement. "As we expanded, we worked diligently in each market to accommodate every client with the same level of service. By partnering with Valet Living, we feel good about the high level of care that our clients will continue to receive."

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