Clash of the Titans

Fickes, Michael
November 1998
World Wastes;Nov98, Vol. 41 Issue 11, p51
Trade Publication
Discusses the merger and acquisition activities in the United States solid waste management industry. Impact of the industry's growth; Capital considerations and financial management capabilities; Companies involved in major acquisition activities; Prospects for waste management industry. INSETS: Allied Waste Industries Inc.;Browning-Ferris Industries Inc.;Casella Waste Systems Inc.;Republic Services Inc.


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