Environmental 360 Solutions has acquired Waste Watchers, Medicine Hat Alberta's only locally owned and operated waste hauler. Waste Watchers' operations will be merged with E360S' existing Medicine Hat operations.
"The acquisition by E360S represents a great fit for the Waste Watchers team to E360S," said Danny Ardellini, Founder and CEO, Environmental 360 Solutions Inc. "Waste Watchers will fit synergistically into our existing Medicine Hat operations and will allow E360S to expand its customer base while continuing to provide customers exceptional service."
According to E360S, the Waste Watcher's is a family-owned company with a reputation for excellent customer service in the community which has enabled it to gain significant market share.
"The acquisition by E360S represents a great fit for the Waste Watchers team as both us and E360S have strong community values and the same customer service focused mindset," commented Angie and Troy Gregory, Waste Watchers owners. "We have been very fortunate to have hired excellent people, and the combination of our reputable local background and E360S' resources will enable our employees to continue to provide outstanding customer service and be Medicine Hat's first choice waste service provider."
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