GREENVILLE, Ohio—June 3, 2013—Nine employees from Rumpke Waste and Recycling volunteered to clean up U.S. 127 between State Route 49 and Sebring Warner Road, collecting 25 bags of litter for the Ohio Department of Transportation’s Adopt-A-Highway program.
“We adopted this stretch of the highway in 2009 and have been committed to keeping it clean,” said Operations Manager Noel Moomey. “I appreciate our employees volunteering their time in spite of the heat. We hope our commitment will encourage others not to litter.”
Rumpke has operated a transfer station and truck depot in Greenville since 1989. The transfer station is open to the public for disposal of non-hazardous household waste and construction and demolition debris. A free recycling drop-off box is also available for aluminum cans, plastic bottles and jugs, paper and cardboard. Container and hauling service is available by calling Rumpke at (800) 223-3960.
Rumpke Consolidated Companies, Inc. has been committed to keeping neighborhoods and businesses clean and green since 1932 by providing environment friendly waste disposal solutions. Headquartered near Cincinnati, Rumpke is one of the nation’s largest privately owned residential and commercial waste and recycling firms, providing service to areas of Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana and West Virginia. Rumpke divisions include Rumpke Recycling, Rumpke Portable Restrooms, The William-Thomas Group, Rumpke Hydraulics and Rumpke Ballpark. For more information, visit www.rumpke.com.