American Waste Transfer

American Waste Transfer
American Waste Transfer is listed in the Garbage & Rubbish Collection category in Gardena, California. Displayed below are the social networks for American Waste Transfer which include a Facebook page and a Twitter account. The activity and popularity of American Waste Transfer on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 73.

Contact information for American Waste Transfer is:
1449 W Rosecrans Ave
Gardena, CA 90249
(310) 527-6980

"American Waste Transfer" - ZapScore Report

American Waste Transfer has an overall ZapScore of 73. This means that American Waste Transfer has a higher ZapScore than 73% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Gardena, California is 32 and in the Garbage & Rubbish Collection category is 37. Learn more about ZapScore

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Alabama Coastal Foundation, Republic Launch Oyster Shell Recycling Program Launches…

Republic Services shared Habitat for Humanity of Greater Memphis's album.
ICYMI: Last week we announced a partnership with Habitat for Humanity of Greater Memphis to build a rugby field for the nationally recognized rugby team at Gestalt Community Schools' Power Center Academy (PCA). We are incredibly proud to be part of this project and can't wait to see the student-athletes of Memphis Inner City Rugby win on their new home field this fall!
On Thu., May 18, 2017, Republic Services, along with Habitat for Humanity of Greater Memphis, announced that it will fund the first community rugby field in Memphis for the nationally recognized rugby team at Gestalt Community Schools’ Power Center Academy (PCA). Funding for the field was secured through a $250,000 grant from Republic Services through its National Neighborhood Promise community engagement initiative. The company will work in collaboration with the school and Memphis Habitat to complete the field, along with additional volunteer and neighborhood revitalization projects. Memphis Habitat, which recently completed nine homes in the Eden Square development near the school and plans to build additional homes there, helped connect Republic Services to Gestalt and PCA. When PCA was founded in 2011, scholars asked for the chance to play football, but space and cost posed challenges. Teacher Shane Young, co-founder of Memphis Inner City Rugby, stepped in with an alternative: rugby. From losing nearly all their games in the first year to competing in the 2014 State Championship, the PCA Knights have grown tremendously over the past four years. In fact, three players have gone on to become national All-Stars. Recently the team was featured in a short documentary, David Darg’s “The Rugby Boys of Memphis,” which was presented at this year’s Tribeca Film Festival (see the film at Rugby team members were surprised during the surprise reveal event hosted by Republic Services and Memphis Habitat. The students thought they were simply meeting representatives from Republic, who also provided the team new uniforms, but were excited to learn they would be getting their own rugby field. A volunteer cleanup day with Republic Services and Memphis Habitat is scheduled for the summer to prepare the rugby field for construction. Anticipated completion of the field is set for fall of 2017.

#SchoolsOut Recycling Tip! Enjoy summer, including all of those reusable craft supplies. #SummerIsHere

#SchoolsOut Recycling Tip! Enjoy summer, including all of those reusable craft supplies.

RT @MeganWorkmanRT: .@alabamacoastal & @RepublicService launch oyster recycling program with 28 restaurants already committed.…

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We are thrilled to announce a partnership with the Alabama Coastal Foundation (ACF) to support the sustainable growth and rehabilitation of oyster harvests. ACF partners with Republic to collect oyster shells from coastal restaurants. The shells are then transported to the Alabama Marine Resources Division where they undergo a curing process. Once ready, the repurposed shells are then deposited in designated locations along the Alabama coast where they become the building blocks of newly restored oyster beds. “We are committed to being a good neighbor in the communities we are fortunate to serve,” said Jamey Amick, area president at Republic Services. “This means providing our customers with sustainable solutions while fulfilling our promise to responsibly regenerate the environment with the materials we are entrusted to handle every day.” #SaveTheShells #AlabamaCoast

This month, Republic Services unveiled a new compressed natural gas (CNG) fueling station and more than 50 new CNG-powered trucks to serve customers throughout the Twin Cities region. Enjoy a cleaner city. #Sustainability #TruckTuesday

Our drivers of the year remind us all of the daily pursuit for excellence. Congrats, again, to Jesse Peña and Javier Verduzco. You are our #MondayMotivation.