Waste Connections announces purchase of Timberline Disposal and Recycling | SummitDaily.com

Waste Connections announces purchase of Timberline Disposal and Recycling

A Timberline Disposal truck picks up a trash can along its route. Despite assurances in June, Timberline has continued to disappoint customers with shoddy service.
Hugh Carey / hcarey@summitdaily.com

An international waste-collection company, Waste Connections, has purchased Timberline Disposal and Recycling, according to a news release.

Details of the sale were not disclosed. However, the company said it has “hit the ground running,” and Timberline’s customers shouldn’t notice any difference in their services from the sale to Waste Connections because it will continue to offer all the same services and contracts under the banner of Timberline Disposal and Recycling.

Waste Connections offers solid waste collection, transfer, recycling and disposal services in markets across the U.S. and Canada. It also offers intermodal services for the rail haul movement of cargo and solid waste containers in the Pacific Northwest.

The sale follows last year’s merger involving three waste-management companies operating in Summit County, including Timberline Disposal, Talking Trash and Rocky Mountain Cabana.

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