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While Waste Pro services the solid waste removal and recycling needs of over two million residential and commercial customers in more than 500 towns and municipalities across the South, with over 250 exclusive contracts. We understand the importance of having a local presence. We are proud to work, live and raise families in the areas we serve.  We consider it a privilege to work hand-in-hand with our customers, partners, and employees to create a better, community-first waste and recycling model. Our highly decentralized corporate structure allows us to remain operationally nimble and immediately reactive, which translates to customized programs for each county’s unique needs that promotes the safest, most efficient services while supporting the health and welfare of communities and the environment.


To show our commitment, we regularly give to causes that support our environment, educate citizens and lend a helping hand to the people in our neighborhoods. We donate our time, expertise and resources for community events, responsible recycling and waste management classes, and local organizations that share our same core values. That’s why at Waste Pro we say, “It starts at the curb and continues through the community.” From the end of the driveway to the global environment, no one cares about people and the planet like Waste Pro.

Little Boy Forms Special Bond with Waste Pro Drivers

Every day, our crew strives to be the “distinguishable difference” by going above and beyond expectations and living up to the Waste Pro Way. Below is a letter we received from a customer in DeBary, Florida, recognizing our driver, Alphonso, and assistant, Robert, for the bond they’ve formed with...
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Four-legged friend loves Waste Pro!

Dogs are known for chasing things like mail trucks and garbage trucks, but one of them seems to be a pretty big fan of Waste Pro’s CNG trucks! Cindy Smith, a customer in Coral...
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Industry Sees Recycling Changes Worldwide

Because of highly restrictive policies enacted by China in 2017, more and more recycling is ending up in landfills. The Chinese government has drastically cut down what kinds of recyclable materials it will import,...
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