In January 2007, Cycle Works commenced operations in various town communities, serving 26 customers through door-to-door sales. Cycle Works is dedicated to maintaining strong ties with the local community. “We achieve this by hiring locally, outsourcing to nearby businesses, and participating in various community events like golf charity tournaments, early childhood programs, recreational sports, and health foundations,” says Jessika Aloui, Cycle Works’ Executive Office Manager. Owner Joseph Spagnuolo started out to establish a family owned and operated business after being a formal waste management professional, which has flourish across multiple counties from north to south Atlanta.

With a goal to use recycling as a vital tool for environmental sustainability, in 2024, Cycle Works made the strategic decision to enhance their service offering by introducing an incentivized green initiative, which led to their partnership with Green Foot Carbon. The collaboration enabled Cycle Works to upgrade operations and minimize their environmental impact.

“Cycle Works isn’t just a business, They are invested in the well-being of their community. We’re proud to partner with them and support their forward-thinking approach and helping them become environmental heroes in the communities they serve,” comments Michael Gonser CEO/ Business Development

For more information on Cycle Works, visit For more information on GDT Advantage, call (612) 743-9685 or (844) 476-2726 or e-mail [email protected]. To learn more about the partnership, visit

Visit GDT Advantage in booth #616 at Waste Expo. Tom Gonser and Timothy Oliver, Chief Sustainability Officer, will be holding a discussion on Myths and Misconceptions: Strategically and Profitability Using Carbon Offsets at 10 am on Monday, May 6th in room W220-221. They will be helping companies learn how to become carbon neutral and learning how the new potential laws will affect your company in the future.