Waste Harmonics acquires mail-in recycling company

Eco2Go Recycling Solutions in Springfield, Ohio, targets companies with low-volume recycling needs.

April 20, 2017
Recycling Today Staff
Municipal / IC&I
Waste Harmonics LLC, a provider of outsourced waste management services based in Victor, New York, has acquired the assets of Eco2Go Recycling Solutions LLC, Springfield, Ohio, a mail-in solution for companies with low-volume recycling needs.

“Waste Harmonics is committed to delivering innovative and cost-effective ways for companies nationwide to address a range of waste management concerns,” says Michael Hess, Waste Harmonics president and CEO. “Eco2Go is a unique mail-back recycling program, another great tool in our growing arsenal of sustainability services that help businesses of all sizes be green.”

A convenient on-demand recycling alternative, Eco2Go is suitable for office and retail environments with inconsistent or lower-volume trash flows, the company says. According to Hess, many glass, metal and plastic items that can easily be recycled, such as bottles, cans, florescent bulbs, small food containers, small propane tanks and even wire/cabling, still end up trash containers. The program helps redirect a variety of recoverable recyclables from the waste stream into Eco2Go’s special containers.

Waste Harmonics offers a single-source integrated waste management solution for North American companies with multiple locations. Its customized programs are designed to consolidate all components of companies’ waste management needs, including pickup, hauling, recycling and sustainability, the company says. Waste Harmonics also provides rental waste equipment, like containers and compactors, equipment installation and repair services and temporary containers for construction waste.