Borden Waste-Away, Inc.
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Borden Waste-Away Presents IU Health Goshen Center for Cancer Care $19,502 from Trash Cancer Matching Program
ELKHART, IN (January 10, 2012) – Today Borden Waste-Away presented IU Goshen Center For Cancer Care with a $ 19,502 donation check for their clinical research program. This check is first year results of Borden’s Trash Cancer Matching Program.
In November of 2010, Borden Waste-Away kicked off their “Trash Cancer” program. The company introduced pink trash carts to their customers. In addition to the pink trash carts, the Trash Cancer Matching Fund is offered. Interested residential customers can add a $1 donation to their monthly billing. Borden has made the commitment to match total paid customer donations at the end of each calendar year. Proceeds are donated to the clinical cancer research program at IU Goshen Center For Cancer Care.
“The Trash Cancer Matching Program is going extremely well. Our customers have stepped up to show community spirit and their support for clinical cancer research” said Chris Himes, President of Borden Waste-Away.
“Goshen Center for Cancer Care is honored to be a recipient of this campaign – we remain committed to cancer research, recognizing that it is what will move us forward in the treatment of all cancers. Cancer research is what is going to find cures, make a difference, and give us even greater knowledge to help not only those fighting cancer now, but who will be diagnosed with cancer in the future,” said Dr. Alexander Starodub, Medical Oncologist and Director of Clinical Research at IU Health Goshen Center for Cancer Care.
According to Himes, customers are enrolling in the program each month. “This program is only getting stronger with time. We are honored to match our customer donations and to present the fund to IU Health Goshen Center for Cancer Care. These funds will impact unique research being done by the doctors at Goshen as well as dozens of clinical trials for numerous cancers. It is reassuring to know we have a quality organization such as IU Health Goshen Center for Cancer Care in our backyard”.
Borden Waste-Away will continue to offer the Trash Cancer Matching Fund to their customers. Himes said his organization looks forward to future donation events to support continued progress.
Those interested in signing up for the Trash Cancer Matching Fund should contact Borden Waste-Away at 1-800-386-3313 X 570.
Waste-Away Group, Ltd., is a residential and commercial waste transporter serving Northern Indiana and Southern Michigan. The company has been in operation for over 70 years. Headquartered in Elkhart, Ind., Waste-Away Group and its affiliated companies, Borden Waste-Away Service, Inc., Himco Waste-Away Service, Inc., Integra Certified Document Destruction LLC, and Recycling Works, Inc., provide modern waste handling solutions while maintaining a leading market share in its core business areas.
Judy Bialka, Borden Waste-Away
(574 ) 293-8534, email@example.com
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Borden Waste-Away Acknowledges
December 5, 2011
Borden Waste-Away driver David Inwood received a semi-finalist award for the Environmentalist Industry Association (EIA) Driver Of The Year program 2011. David is a life-long resident of Mishawaka, IN, and he provides residential waste removal service to the Michiana area.
“We encourage our employees to be proactive in their work day and to look for ways to be 100% safe on the roads” said Ken Himes, President of Waste-Away Group, Ltd., “David has been driving for Borden Waste-Away for fourteen years and he has earned the award because of his commitment to safety every day”.
In David’s tenure with the company he has serviced over 900,000 homes. On average he drives 315 miles per week and he faces safety challenges in city, suburban and rural service areas.
The Environmentalist Industry Association (EIA) provides the Driver Of The Year program to any waste or recycling driver from the public or private sectors in the United States. “I appreciate the program because it gives our drivers the opportunity to show how they take pride in their job and in their community. David has done an exceptional job for our company and our customers” says Himes.
According to Himes, he has received phone calls from David’s customers explaining how he goes above and beyond at their curb. Borden Waste-Away appreciates David’s performance and hopes to have other drivers qualify for the honor in the future.
More information about Borden Waste-Away can be found online at www.wasteawaygroup.com.
Waste-Away Group, Ltd., is a residential and commercial waste transporter serving Northern Indiana and Southern Michigan. A subsidiary of Waste-Away Group, Borden has provided residential waste disposal service to homeowners and area municipalities for over 25 years. Headquartered in Elkhart, Ind., Waste-Away Group and its affiliated companies, Borden Waste-Away Service, Inc., Himco Waste-Away Service, Inc., Integra Certified Document Destruction LLC, and Recycling Works, Inc., provide modern waste handling solutions while maintaining a leading market share in its core business areas.
November 23, 2011
ELKHART -- County officials in northern Indiana have approved a trash collection and recycling company's plans for taking over the site of a large farmers market that closed last year.
Elkhart County commissioners voted unanimously Monday to rezone the former American Countryside Farmers Market property so that Waste-Away Group can use it for trash and recycling operations and office space.
The company bought the property along U.S. 20 with a distinctive 51,000-square-foot red barn for nearly $3.8 million in June. The Elkhart Truth reports that Waste-Away hopes to attract other business to the 275-acre site it is naming "Elkhart Eco Park."
County Commissioner Mike Yoder says he's impressed with plans for the site despite the differences from what was envisioned when the farmers market opened in 2007.
WASTE-AWAY GROUP ACQUIRES LAND TO INCLUDE
AMERICAN COUNTRYSIDE FARMERS MARKET BUILDING
June 16, 2011
Waste-Away Group is pleased to announce the acquisition of 275 acres of land which includes the American Countryside Farmers Market building located on County Road 26 in Elkhart, IN. The purchase was completed at the land auction held on Wednesday, June 15, 2011.
This acquisition presents a few key opportunities for our company and our customers. Waste-Away will consolidate operations at the location, which will streamline processes and employees. The property provides a convenient highway system for improved access to customers and to disposal and processing facilities.
This a great opportunity to consolidate and to improve the cost structure for our customers. We look forward to the future of the company as we further develop operational efficiencies.
Warsaw Recycling Cart Exchange Completed
March 7, 2011
Borden Waste-Away has completed the exchange of all City of Warsaw recycling carts for the new Borden recycling carts.
We appreciate the residents patience as we accommodated the increased interest in the recycling program.
The new recycling program includes an expanded program with additional volume. If anyone is interested in signing up for the recycling program or if you have any questions, please contact Borden Waste-Away at www.wasteawaygroup.com or ( 800 ) 386-3313.
City of Warsaw, Indiana Awards Residential Recycling Collection Agreement to Borden Waste-Away Group
Borden Waste-Away Awarded City of Warsaw Indiana Recycling Collection Contract Beginning January 1, 2011.
WARSAW, IN (DECEMBER 29, 2010) – The City of Warsaw Indiana has chosen Borden Waste-Away as the new recycling hauler for residents included in the City contract. Borden Waste-Away will begin services January 1, 2011 with additional information available at WasteAwayGroup.com.
“We are pleased to be the chosen recycling hauler for the City of Warsaw contract,” said Ken Himes, President of Waste-Away Group, Ltd., “Warsaw is a great community to add to our family of customers. Our recycling service provides residents the ability to recycle almost 2 ½ times the present volume”.
Participating residents need to place their current recycling carts out on Monday, December 27. These carts will be removed and the new Borden carts will be delivered from December 27 to 30, 2010. Each resident will receive a Grey 96 gallon cart on wheels with a blue lid to collect recycling. This larger Borden cart replaces the current City owned cart.
Himes said his company is expanding the plastic items allowed in the single stream recycling program. “We are allowing residents to recycle plastics numbered 1 through 7. This is an improvement by including plastics #3 through #7,” he said. Notably, Waste-Away Group owns a recycling facility located in Elkhart, Indiana, which gives Borden Waste-Away the ability to offer a greater amount of recycling options. Recycling operations can be viewed online at: WasteAwayGroup.com/recycling-works-waste-management-services.html
Recycling materials in Warsaw can be placed in the container without separation:
Newspaper, Magazines, Slick Ad Paper, Cardboard, Telephone Books, Aluminum and Metal Cans, Plastics #1-#7, Glass Bottles and Jars.
Warsaw Residents will receive recycling service every other week and Borden will be servicing the city two days per week. Along with the new recycling cart, each participating Warsaw resident will receive a magnetic calendar showing their service day and additional recycling information.
Borden Waste-Away is also offering Warsaw residents The Pink Cart™, a bright-pink recycling cart supporting cancer awareness programs. Borden Waste-Away and the manufacturer of The Pink Cart™, Cascade Cart Solutions, will donate a total of Five Dollars for each Pink Cart™ placed into service to support the Mishawaka American Cancer Society. The Pink Cart™ is made from 100-percent-recyclable plastic.
Those Warsaw contract residents interested in receiving The Pink Cart™ for their recycling can contact Borden Waste-Away for delivery. Anyone requesting The Pink Cart™ will incur a $15 service fee and the resident will be billed direct from Borden Waste-Away. Those interested in signing up for The Pink Cart™ should contact Borden Waste-Away at 1-800-386-3313 X 570, or may also order any of the above services online at WasteAwayGroup.com.
About Waste-Away Group, Ltd.
Waste-Away Group is a family-owned residential and commercial waste transporter serving Northern Indiana and Southern Michigan. Borden Waste-Away originated out of Goshen, Indiana and is a subsidiary of Waste-Away Group. The Company has provided residential waste disposal service to homeowners and area municipalities for over 60 years.
Headquartered in Elkhart, Indiana, Waste-Away Group and its affiliated companies, Borden Waste-Away Service, Inc., Himco Waste-Away Service, Inc., Integra Certified Document Destruction LLC, and Recycling Works, Inc., provide modern waste handling solutions while maintaining a leading market share in its core business areas. For details, visit WasteAwayGroup.com today.
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Borden Waste-Away Service, Inc.
707 N Wildwood Ave
Elkhart IN 46514
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