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Waste Management Acquires Tyler’s Sanitation

In October Waste Management agreed to buy Deffenbaugh Disposal Inc for an undisclosed amountThe Kansas City Kanbased Deffenbaugh is one of the largest waste and recycling haulers in the Midwest The privately held firm has about 180 million in sales and could represent a 450 million deal estimated Michael E Hoffman managing director for the St Louisbased investment firm Stifel Nicolaus  Co Inc earlier this year The move came just a few months after Waste Management had agreed to sell its
Waste Management’s acquisition of Aiken, S.C.-based Tyler’s Sanitation was effective November 30.

Waste Management recently acquired Aiken, S.C.-based Tyler’s Sanitation, which offers residential and commercial waste services to Aiken County.

According to an Aiken Standard report, the acquisition was effective on November 30. The report also noted that Tyler’s Sanitation will continue to operate in the midlands of South Carolina and that Tyler’s Sanitation employees were transitioned to Waste Management earlier.

Aiken Standard has more details:

Waste Management has acquired Tyler's Sanitation, according to a corporate announcement made Dec. 7.

The acquisition was effective Nov. 30. The acquisition was mentioned last week at the Greater Aiken Chamber of Commerce's First Friday breakfast forum.

Waste Management South Atlantic Area Vice President Tracey Shrader, in a prepared statement, said the acquisition represents a "favorable opportunity" to expand locally and serve the Aiken area.

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