Granger Combines Operations with Two Local Trash Companies
Granger has announced Tuesday it is combining operations with Mid-Michigan Rubbish and 5 Gs Disposal. With the addition of customers and resources from these two local trash companies, Granger will expand its service territory further to the east, south and north.
Granger collects tomorrow’s energy. A local, family-owned waste collection company, Granger provides waste hauling, disposal and recycling services and produces renewable energy from landfill gas. Visitwww.grangernet.com to learn more.
Granger has had a long-standing relationship with Mid-Michigan Rubbish. Mid-Michigan Rubbish has approximately 5,000 stops per week, including residential, commercial and recycling customers. MidMichigan Rubbish’s service territory includes stops in Stockbridge, Dansville, Pinckney and Webberville.
5 Gs Disposal has approximately 1,500 customers in Gratiot County, which Granger will also incorporate into its operations. The current owner of 5 Gs, Joe Gostomski, will join the Granger team when the transition occurs.
“We are excited to continue collecting tomorrow’s energy and expand our reach from Mt. Pleasant to Leslie, Pinckney to Ionia, and all communities in between,” said Steven Reed, COO of Granger Waste Services.
Granger has added new drivers, customer service representatives and trucks to ensure all Granger customers receive the highest standard of service. The on-the-street transition is expected to be smooth when Granger begins servicing the new customers on Nov. 3, 2012.
Granger collects tomorrow’s energy. A local, family-owned waste collection company, Granger provides waste hauling, disposal and recycling services and produces renewable energy from landfill gas. Visit www.grangernet.com to learn more.
Source: Granger Press Release