WCA Waste Corporation acquires Town and Country Disposal

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WCA Waste Corporation, a vertically integrated, non-hazardous solid-waste services company, announced it has completed the acquisition of Town and Country Disposal, a substantial Kansas City, Missouri collection, transfer and materials recycling company.

Town and Country operates over 100 collection vehicles in the Kansas City market from its hauling facility in Harrisonville, Missouri.

Town and Country also owns and operates a solid waste transfer station and a new state-of-the-art materials recycling facility (Kansas City is a no glass recycling market).

WCA will continue to conduct the Town and Country operations from its current facilities in Harrisonville.  WCA also plans on relocating its regional Missouri headquarters to Town and Country’s Harrisonville facility.

WCA has substantial waste collection and disposal operations in central Missouri but had not established a presence in the Kansas City market until January 2015 when it acquired the Manchester Transfer Station.

The acquisition of Town and Country, together with the Manchester Transfer Station, establishes WCA as one of only three fully-integrated waste companies serving the Kansas City market, the company said.

Rajani Baburajan

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