- Superior buys Mo. company. Brown, Bob // Waste News;11/03/97, Vol. 3 Issue 25, p4
States that a small Missouri landfill and hauling company was bought by Superior Services Incorporated for an undisclosed amount of money. When the deal was closed; Comments from Stacy Gray, an analyst for First Analysis Securities Corporation in Chicago; Reference to Michael Teter, president...
- Fatal crash involves Superior truck. // Waste News;02/02/98, Vol. 3 Issue 38, p6
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- Wis. landfill facing foes despite smaller footprint. Johnson, Jim // Waste News;02/23/98, Vol. 3 Issue 41, p2
Presents information on the plans of Superior Services Incorporated to create the largest landfill in Wisconsin. Enlargement of the Superior Emerald Park Landfill; Comments from Donald J. Henriches, the firm's Midwest regional landfill manager; Criticism of the plan.
- Trash station may find a home in Ohio county. Brown, Bob // Waste News;03/02/98, Vol. 3 Issue 42, p6
Reports that Wisconsin's Superior Services Incorporated's proposed plan to build a transfer station in Berea, Ohio during 1998 may become possible. Comments from Patrick Holland, executive director of the country solid waste district; Value of the of the proposed deal by Superior; Circumstances...
- Superior Services wraps up seven acquisitions. // Waste News;03/16/98, Vol. 3 Issue 44, p25
Reports on the completion of seven collection companies across the United States, by Superior Services Incorporated. Impact of the acquisition; Details on the businesses acquired by Superior.
- Superior funds reduction program. // Waste News;04/20/98, Vol. 3 Issue 49, p27
Looks at a donation of $15,000 to a scholarship program, by Superior Services Incorporated. Reference to the program being an encouragement to high school students to develop waste reduction projects in their communities; Amount of money in which the scholarships range; Who the program was...
- Area hauler makes national noise. Johnson, Jim // Waste News;08/24/98, Vol. 4 Issue 15, p10
Focuses on Superior Services Inc., of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, deemed the fifth-largest sold waste firm in the United States. Comments from Superior's president and chief executive officer, G. William `Bill' Dietrich; Background information on the company; Names of some of Superior's rivals.
- Wis. grants approval to Superior. // Waste News;08/31/98, Vol. 4 Issue 16, p6
Reports that Superior Services Inc. won tentative approval for a contract with the state of Wisconsin to accept up to 100,000 tons of contaminated sediments at the company's Superior Seven Mile Creek Landfill. Expected approval date of the contract.
- Superior consolidates regional offices. // Waste News;06/30/97, Vol. 3 Issue 7, p6
Reports that Superior Services Incorporated consolidated two regional offices into a single operation overseeing activities in Wisconsin, Iowa, Minnesota, Illinois and Missouri. Where the company would be operating; Overseeing the company by Gary Blacktopp; Information on the companies,...