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Waste Pro Completes Two Acquisitions in Georgia

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ATHENS, GA – Waste Pro is proud to announce the completion of two acquisitions in Georgia.

Over the summer, Waste Pro began servicing more than 2,700 new customers in Pickens County previously serviced by Mauldin Trash Service. Customers receive bulk, yard waste, and garbage collection services. This is a new area for Waste Pro of Georgia, and Waste Pro is in the process of setting up a new regional operations facility and office in the area.

Pickens County residents can find information about their new services by clicking here.

In addition, Waste Pro has acquired a commercial route from Metro Site, Inc. in Commerce, GA. Waste Pro is servicing 194 new customers as part of the arrangement.

“These are exciting times for Waste Pro of Georgia,” said Georgia Divisional Vice President Jerry Harrison. “We live and work here, so we’re proud to work with these two excellent companies and show our new customers how Waste Pro is ‘The Distinguishable Difference.’”

About Waste Pro USA

Waste Pro USA, Inc. is one of the country’s fastest-growing privately-owned waste collection, recycling, processing, and disposal companies, operating in ten southeastern states. Waste Pro, with revenues expected to exceed $900 million in 2022, serves more than two million residential and 40,000 commercial customers from over 75 operating locations. Waste Pro is headquartered in Longwood, Florida, and maintains approximately 300 exclusive municipal contracts and franchises.

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