Industry Veterans Visit Waste Pro Garbage Truck Museum March 29, 2021 For Immediate Release Media Contact: Melissa Catalanotto Corporate Communications Manager email@example.com SANFORD, FL – March 29, 2021 – Waste Pro Founder and Executive Board Chairman John Jennings recently had the honor of hosting four waste industry leaders during a visit to the company’s one-of-a-kind garbage truck museum. From L-R: Scott Collier, Tim Klein, Norm Taylor, John Jennings, Ralph Velocci, Mick D’Onofrio, John Lawson During a visit on March 10 to the museum, located in Sanford, FL, Jennings was joined by Senior VP Ralph Velocci and Museum Curator Scott Collier to give the tour of the museum. The visitors included Tim Klein, former Equipment Distributor in the Northeastern US; Norm Taylor, former COO of the Donno Company which was the largest waste company on Long Island, NY; Mick D’Onofrio, former President of Automated Waste; and John Lawson, former President of IWS. Jennings has a long history with these leaders – he and Velocci worked with Lawson at IWS and D’Onofrio at Waste Management before Jennings founded Waste Pro. He also worked for Donno Co. during summers on Long Island when he was in college. “I learned during that time how they stood out from their competition and earned the respect of employees and customers alike, and I took that experience and knowledge with me when I started Waste Pro 20 years ago,” Jennings said. About Waste Pro USA Waste Pro USA, Inc. is one of the country’s fastest-growing privately-owned waste collection, recycling, processing, and disposal companies, operating in ten southeastern states. Waste Pro, with revenues exceeding $770 million, serves more than two million residential and 40,000 commercial customers from over 75 operating locations. Waste Pro is headquartered in Longwood, Florida, and maintains approximately 300 exclusive municipal contracts and franchises.