Waste Management Collection & Recycling Inc

By: Bubbajunk.com

Waste Management, Inc. is the leading provider of comprehensive waste and environmental services in North America, committed to a foundation of financial strength, operating excellence and professionalism. Headquartered in Houston, the company's network of operations includes 429 collection operations, 366 transfer stations, 289 active landfill disposal sites, 17 waste-to-energy plants, 138 recycling plants and 85 beneficial-use landfill gas projects. These assets enable Waste Management to offer a full range of environmental services to nearly 21 million residential, industrial, municipal and commercial customers.

Waste Management of Orange County serves more than 200,000 residential customers and about 15,000 commercial customers in nine cities and several unincorporated regions of the county. They also operate two transfer stations, located in the   cities of Orange and Irvine.  These facilities accept   trash and recyclables from local waste haulers, businesses such as landscapers or construction   firms, and local residents.  The employees at Waste Management sort through the materials brought to the transfer stations in order to remove items that may be recycled. The rest are loaded on to a tractor-trailer and hauled to the landfill.

Waste Management of Orange County provides commercial and multi-family bin collection services for properties located within the companyÂâ€Ã¢„¢s contract cities, namely La Habra, Laguna Beach, Lake Forest, Mission Viejo, Newport Coast, Orange and Santa Ana, as well as in Costa Mesa, Irvine and other areas of Orange County. 

Waste Management of Orange County provides automated residential solid waste and recycling services to nine cities and portions of the county. Automated service utilizes a truck equipped with a mechanical arm that lifts your trash and recycling containers from the street and empties the containers' contents into the truck without the driver ever leaving the cab. The company is also working hard to plan and implement programs to help the careful disposal of medical waste, which, if left to general disposal means, could be hazardous for the public and the environment.