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GFL to acquire Windsor Disposal Services

GFL to acquire Windsor Disposal Services

GFL Environmental Inc. has announced that it has acquired the Windsor Disposal Services group of companies (WDS).

Founded in 1986, WDS is a leading provider of solid waste management solutions in the City of Windsor and surrounding communities, serving residential, commercial, industrial and municipal customers.

"For over 30 years, WDS has been a trusted family-run provider of solid waste management services to its residential, commercial, industrial and municipal customers.  The acquisition of WDS extends GFL's footprint in the Windsor region and complements our existing capabilities in Southwestern Ontario," said Patrick Dovigi, GFL's Founder and Chief Executive Officer.  

"We look forward to welcoming WDS' management team and employees, led by Vince Moceri, to the GFL team, and continuing to provide its customers with sustainable environmental solutions."

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125 Villarboit Cres., Suite B
Vaughan, ON
CA, L4K 4K2

Website:
gflenv.com

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