Advanced Disposal, an integrated environmental services company, presented scholarships to 12 graduating seniors from St. Clair County high schools on Tuesday. The program is part of a 23-year-long partnership between St. Clair County Commission and Advanced Disposal, which is the exclusive solid waste provider in unincorporated St. Clair County.

“We’re proud of the more than $150,000 in scholarships awarded throughout the life of the program,” said Charlie Gray, regional vice president for Advanced Disposal. “It’s because of this long standing partnership that countless students have realized their dreams of going to college, and for that, we are all grateful.”

The scholarship program is a highlight for both the commission and Advanced Disposal, which operates two landfills in the county and services more than 19,000 homes and 800 businesses.

Photo caption: Twelve high school seniors in St. Clair County received scholarships as part of a 23-year-old partnership between the county commission and Advanced Disposal. 

High School Scholarships


About Advanced Disposal

Advanced Disposal is the largest privately-owned environmental services company in the United States providing integrated, non-hazardous solid waste collection, transfer, recycling and disposal services in the Eastern United States. Advanced Disposal currently owns and operates commercial, industrial, and residential solid waste collection operations, municipal solid waste landfills, transfer stations, and recycling facilities.  Advanced Disposal is dedicated to preserving the environment and ensuring that all operations are conducted in a manner that follows all local, state, and federal laws in regards to environmental protection.  Advanced Disposal is headquartered in Northeast Florida and has operations in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Vermont, Wisconsin and the Bahamas.