Since Rumpke’s humble beginnings in the 1930s, the Rumpke family has been helping its customers reduce their waste stream through recycling programs.
Earlier this year, Rumpke launched an organics recycling program for commercial businesses in the Greater Cincinnati and Greater Dayton areas, allowing customers to divert items such as cafeteria food waste from their waste stream.
More than a dozen area business locations have already added the service and Rumpke representatives are meeting with dozens of other businesses and institutions interested in further reducing their waste stream.
Recently, Rumpke Vice President Jeff Rumpke had this to say about the new recycling initiative:
“At Rumpke, our goal is to be the total waste solution provider,” said Jeff Rumpke, Vice President. “We want to help our customers find ways to properly dispose of all of their unwanted items through innovative recycling programs and disposal at our environmentally sound landfills. We are pleased to partner with Future Organics and local composting farms to offer our customers yet another way to recover material from their waste stream and help achieve their sustainability goals.”
One of the first companies to add the organic recycling program in the area was P&G.
Learn more about Rumpke’s organic recycling service and if you are interested in adding the service – click on the request service button on the left.
About the author: Molly Yeager is a corporate communications coordinator for Rumpke.