Badgerland Disposal announces it has expanded in southern Wisconsin, securing an exclusive five-year residential waste services contract with the Town of Oakland, effective Jan. 1, 2019. Badgerland will provide each residence in the Town of Oakland a new 96-gallon poly-cart for recyclables and another for non-recyclable waste. Trash collection will be weekly on Mondays and recycling collection will commence every other week.

“We are thrilled to begin serving the waste and recycling needs of Town of Oakland residents as we continue to expand our southern Wisconsin service area,” said Badgerland Disposal Director of Business Development Kris Roesken. “Our continuous focus on safety, innovation and investing in breakthrough technologies helps lower the cost of waste removal and boosts service delivery accuracy.”

From safety and innovation to an environmentally responsible business model, Badgerland differentiates from the competition by diverting more waste from landfills than any other local provider, and by improving its bottom line through innovative recycling partnerships, technologies and proven processes.

“As we grow, our priorities remain the same – to bring a sharp focus on serving the waste and recycling needs of Wisconsin’s residents and businesses. Our local team operates safely, on time, offers competitive pricing, and will bring an extensive menu of recycling service options for Town of Oakland residents,” said Badgerland Disposal CEO Dustin Reynolds.

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