HOUSTON, June 5, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — WCA Waste Corporation (WCA) is pleased to announce the acquisition of three solid waste collection companies in the first five months of 2017.

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In February, WCA acquired the assets of Midwest Companies, Inc., an MSW transfer station and collection operation located in Marshall, MO. In March, WCA acquired EnviroStar Waste Service, Inc., a residential, commercial, and roll-off collection company located in the suburbs of eastern Kansas City, MO. In May, WCA acquired the commercial collection accounts of Community Waste Services in Gainesville, Florida.

Bill Caesar, CEO of WCA, stated, «We are excited about the addition of these new employees and customers, as they will enhance WCA’s operations in our Kansas City and Gainesville markets and reinforce WCA’s existing collection network. The combination of these businesses will allow us to serve our customers more efficiently, while reinforcing our focus on providing safe and superior customer service.»

Acquisitions have been and will continue to be an integral part of the growth strategy of WCA. If you would like to discuss the opportunity of adding your business to the WCA platform, contact Michael Schmidt by phone (713-292-2473) or by email ([email protected]).


WCA is a vertically integrated non-hazardous solid waste management company providing waste collection, transfer, material processing and disposal services. WCA commenced business operations in 2000 in Houston, Texas and has expanded under the guidance of a veteran management team to cover ten states.  WCA provides services to over half a million residential and commercial/industrial customers. WCA has over 1,400 safety and customer service oriented employees and a fleet of over 850 vehicles. Learn more at wcawaste.com.


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