Waste industries comes of age

Wolpin, Bill
August 1997
World Wastes;Aug97, Vol. 40 Issue 8, p16
Trade Publication
Presents an interview with Waste Industries Inc. top officials, Lonnie Poole, Jim Perry, and Robert Hall. Difference of the company from other waste management companies; Plan to use the company's stock in making acquisitions; Effect of landfill ownership on its overall success; Opportunities for private contractors in rural areas. INSET: Waste industries fast facts..


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