Port Washington, Wis.
Advanced Disposal, an integrated environmental services company, has completed its second Wisconsin asset acquisition within the week with the purchase of the assets of Arrow Disposal, LLC.
The asset sale included real estate and improvements of 3.6 acres of land and a single story metal building located at 3860 Highway H, Port Washington, WI; customer contracts; equipment and vehicles. Classified as a tuck-in acquisition, the equipment and vehicle assets will be moved to the company’s Horicon hauling operations and no operations will be conducted from the newly acquired property at this time. Nonrecycled waste materials will be safely disposed of at the company’s Glacier Ridge
“Advanced Disposal is set for growth within the Midwest Region and the addition of the Arrow Disposal assets helps create efficiencies and density in an important market for the company,” said Advanced Disposal’s Regional Vice President Jay Rooney. “We welcome our newest customers and look forward to providing them the quality service and customer care they have come to expect.”
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.