Waste Pro Garbage Truck Driver Picks Up $10,000 Safety Award April 10, 2012 L to R: Alena Lawson, Randy Wells, Matt Surrency, Gib Coerper, and Bob Kramer. GAINESVILLE, FL – April 10, 2012 Bob Cramer, a Waste Pro garbage truck driver, picked up a $10,000 Safety Award for flawless performance over the last three years. Bob was presented a $10,000 check at the March 23rd, 2012 ceremony held at Waste Pro’s regional facility in Gainesville. The check was presented to Bob by Waste Pro Regional Vice President, Ralph Mills. Also in attendance at the presentation, were City of Newberry Commissioner, Alena Lawson; City of Gainesville Commissioner, Randy Wells; Hawthorne Mayor, Matt Surrency; and Alachua Mayor, Gib Coerper. In order to receive the Safety Award, employees must have a spotless work record three years, excellent customer service, no accidents, no injuries, and no property damage, along with a well-kept truck and a positive attitude. Mills stated, “We care deeply about our employees, customers and communities we serve. At Waste Pro, safety is paramount and I look forward to distributing many more of these bonuses.” Waste Pro’s Safety Program is unique to the waste collection and disposal industry. Since 2004, Waste Pro drivers have received over $500,000 in Safety Awards. This particular award represents the fifth check presented so far this year. Waste Pro is one of this country’s fastest growing privately owned solid waste collection, recycling, processing and disposal companies, operating in seven southeastern states. Serving more than 1.8 million customers from over 500 operating locations, Waste Pro USA is headquartered in Longwood, Florida and maintains more than 140 exclusive municipal contracts and franchises.