Wednesday, August 21, 2013

Advanced Disposal sells off its NY, NJ operations

In a move that the solid waste industry had anticipated for months, Advanced Disposal Services Inc.. has sold off most of its operations in New York and New Jersey.
Waste & Recycling News reports today that the deal with Action Environmental Group of Newark, N.J., includes several transfer stations and collection operations.
But it does not involve a trio of New Jersey transfer stations that the company agreed to sell to help satisfy anti-trust concerns by the U.S. Department of Justice regarding Advanced Disposal's earlier acquisition of Veolia ES Solid Waste Inc..
Action Environmental is picking up collection operations in Chester and Sloatsburg, N.Y., and Jersey City and Paterson, N.J., Advanced Disposal said.
The company also gains transfer stations in Chestnut Ridge, Goshen, Hilburn, Newburgh, New Hampton and Port Jervis, all in New York, and Jersey City and Garfield, N.J.A recycling facility in Airmont, N.Y., also is part of the deal, Advanced Disposal said.

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