Florida’s Citrus County won’t need to worry about yard waste management for the next three years, thanks to a renewable contract signed Monday with National Waste Management Holdings Inc. (NWMH), a nationwide industry leader based in Hernando, Florida.
As per the agreement, NWMH will process the county’s yard waste — equivalent of 10,000 to 20,000 tons annually — at its central landfill site.
The three-year contract comes with the option for both parties to extend the agreement for one-year periods.
"We are pleased to have secured this three-year contract with Citrus County,” Louis Paveglio, National Waste Management Holdings Inc CEO, said. “We have an established relationship with the county and this contract allows us to expand regionally while gaining economies of scale."
National Waste Management Holdings Inc. is an emerging, vertically integrated solid waste management company with an emphasis on C&D collection, hauling and recycling. Services also include mulching and roll off dumpster services as well as landfill services. NWMH already services communities on Florida’s Gulf Coast, as well as upstate New York.