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Texas Group Recognizes Community Waste Disposal

Electronics, Metallics, Tires

Company recognized for its X-Treme Green Event.

Recycling Today Staff July 2, 2012

 

Community Waste Disposal (CWD), a Dallas-based recycling and waste management firm, along with four Texas cities, has been recognized by the Greater Dallas Fort Worth Recycling Council for its Outstanding Recycling Partnership. The four Texas cities also recognized were Little Elm, Azle, Forney and Wylie.From left: Azle City Manager Craig Lemin, Assistant to the City Manager Susie Hiles, Storm Water Manager Jimmy Duvall, council member David McClure, Mayor Alan Brundret and CWD President Greg Roemer

CWD, along with the four cities, were recognized for implementing the company’s X-Treme Green Event. Through the program, more than 75,000 residents were able to recycle 125,580 pounds of hazardous waste, electronic scrap, tires, larger metal items and personal confidential documents.
CWD recently inked a five-year renewal contract with the city of Azle. Earlier this year CWD was awarded the exclusive franchise as the waste and recycling hauler for the city of Forney.
 
 

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