Involvement in our local communities is at the core of everything we do. Our people live, work, and raise their families in the communities that we serve. Our customers are our neighbors. We have a special sense of community that only comes from working hard to make these communities better places today and tomorrow.
Since our early beginnings in Rutland, Vermont in 1975, not much has changed – we are still committed to the communities we serve. But in a sense, everything has changed. The community we support has grown, it’s no longer the geographic footprint of central Vermont, or even the Northeastern quadrant of the United States. The cumulative footprint of waste is now global. Managing this waste is now part of our responsibility to the worldwide community. It is a responsibility that we take very seriously.