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Last $5.38 USD
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Volume 200.1K
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25 Greens Hill Lane

Rutland, VT 05701

United States

Phone: 802-775-0325

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Casella Waste Systems, Inc. operates as a vertically-integrated solid waste services company. The company provides resource management expertise and services to residential, commercial, municipal, and industrial customers, primarily in the areas of solid waste collection and disposal, transfer, recycling and organics services. The company provides integrated solid waste services in six states, such as Vermont, New Hampshire, New York, Massachusetts, Maine, and Pennsylvania, with its headquarters located in Rutland, Vermont. As of January 30, 2015, the company owned and/or operated 35 solid waste collection operations, 44 transfer stations, 18 recycling facilities, and 4 landfill gas-to-energy facilities. Operations The company’s solid waste and recycling operations comprise a range of non-hazardous solid waste services, including collections, transfer stations, material recovery facilities (MRFs), and disposal facilities. Collections: A majority of the company’s commercial and industrial collection services are performed under one-to-five year service agreements. The company’s residential collection and disposal services are performed either on a subscription basis (with no underlying contract) with individuals, or through contracts with municipalities, homeowner associations, apartment building owners, or mobile home park operators. Transfer Stations: The company’s transfer stations receive, compact, and transfer solid waste collected primarily by its various residential and commercial collection operations, for transport to disposal facilities by larger vehicles. MRFs: The company’s MRFs receive, sort, bale and sell recyclable materials originating from the municipal solid waste stream, including newsprint, cardboard, office paper, glass, plastic, steel or aluminum containers and bottles. The company operates eight MRFs within its Recycling region in geographic areas served by its collection divisions. These MRFs, three of which are located in New York, two of which are located in Vermont, two of which are located in Massachusetts, and one of which is located in Maine, are large-scale, high-volume facilities that process approximately 0.4 million tons per year of recycled materials delivered to them by municipalities and commercial customers under long-term contracts. The company also operates smaller MRFs, which process recyclables collected from its various residential collection operations. Landfills: The company operates nine solid waste Subtitle D landfills and one landfill permitted to accept construction and demolition (C&D) materials. North Country Environmental Services (NCES): The NCES landfill in Bethlehem, New Hampshire serves the wasteshed of New Hampshire and certain wastesheds of Vermont, Maine and Massachusetts. NCES is permitted to accept municipal solid waste and C&D material. Waste USA: The Waste USA landfill in Coventry, Vermont serves the major wastesheds throughout Vermont. The landfill is the operating permitted Subtitle D landfill in Vermont and is permitted to accept municipal solid waste, pre-approved sludges, soils and C&D material. Clinton County: The Clinton County landfill in Schuyler Falls, New York serves the wastesheds of Clinton, Essex, Warren, Washington and Saratoga Counties in New York, along with certain contiguous Vermont wastesheds. This landfill is permitted to accept municipal solid waste, C&D material and certain special waste, which has been approved by regulatory agencies. Juniper Ridge: The company owns the Juniper Ridge landfill located in West Old Town, Maine. The site is located on approximately 780 acres, with 68 acres dedicated for waste disposal. The site is permitted to take waste originating from Maine, consisting of C&D material, ash from municipal solid waste incinerators and fossil fuel boilers, front end processed residuals and bypass municipal solid waste from waste-to-energy facilities, treatment plant sludge and biosolids, sandblast grits, oily waste and oil spill debris, and other approved special wastes from within the state of Maine. Southbridge: The company owns Southbridge Recycling and Disposal Park, Inc., which own

 

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