The Trashmaster That's Top Of The HeapKeith H. Hammonds
Almost 30 years ago, young Harry Williams was tending bar at the Ted-Ra Club, a nightspot in Niagara Falls he had owned for a while. A stranger walked in, ordered a beer, and casually asked Williams whether he wanted to buy a pile of scrap tires. Williams shrugged. But in six months, he was out of highballs and into landfills--and demolition and trash collection.
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