November 20, 2018 - 10:33am
GEORGIA, November 20, 2018 – American Disposal Services Inc. has partnered with Cobb County– Keep Cobb Beautiful Inc. on the Hefty® EnergyBag® program as part of our waste management infrastructure to promote the conversion of previously non-recycled plastics, such as chip bags, pouches, plastic utensils, etc., throughout the Cobb County Community. The program was launched November 10, 2018 and will be available to customers of American Disposal in Cobb County, Georgia.
August 20, 2018 - 10:15am
MANASSAS, VA. July 16, 2018 – American Disposal Services Inc. is proud to announce that three local students were awarded the 2018 American Disposal Services Environmental Impact Scholarship. Leah Shaw from Falls Church High School in Fairfax, Virginia Anthony Cordova-Ramirez from Dominion High School in Sterling, Virginia and Emma Johnson from Woodbridge High School in Woodbridge, Virginia. Each recipient was chosen by an internal panel through a rigorous application process highlighting their academic and environmental achievements. Each student was awarded $2,500.00.
February 09, 2018 - 04:21pm
Manassas, Virginia (February 9, 2018) – Snow days are a time-honored tradition that are usually met with excitement and happiness. The prospects of an unexpected day off from school and the chance to have an old-fashioned snowball fight are preferred over a day spent inside the classroom. This, however, was not the case for a select few students at Colgan High School in Northern Virginia. These fashion design students had been selected to compete in the Wearable Art category at the Off the Wall Art
Competition presented by The Center for the Arts of Greater Manassas and Prince William County in January. These passionate students spent weeks meticulously designing, sewing, and altering their wearable art which highlighted recyclable products throughout each piece.
July 26, 2017 - 10:07am
MANASSAS, VA. June 22, 2017 – American Disposal Services celebrated National Garbage Man Day with daily surprises for their waste and recycling drivers and helpers. The week was dedicated to honoring the waste hauling teams for their hard work, and loyalty to keeping our communities clean.
“The men and women of the waste hauling industry don’t receive the recognition they deserve. They start as early as 2 A.M. and cannot end their days until every home and trash can is collected. Our workers have one of the most physically enduring careers out there. We are pleased to see they have earned their own special day” -Kevin Edwards, General Manager