(New York, NY) Connected by shared values and a desire to foster a local environmental solution to New York City's Zero Waste movement, two of the most reputable recycling and waste hauling companies in Queens, NY, are joining forces for the NYC Commercial Waste Zone (CWZ) RFP. Boro-Wide Recycling Corp. based in Maspeth (BWR) and Mr. T Carting, Corp. (MRT) based in Glendale ("predecessor companies") will merge and move forward as Boro-Wide Recycling. Together, the predecessor companies have more than a century of combined solid waste management experience.
This partnership is a natural one, as the two predecessor companies have occasionally joined forces to navigate the highly competitive waste management industry in New York City. Coincidentally, BWR was one of MRT’s first customers at its MSW transfer station (Hi-Tech Resource Recovery) when it opened in the late 1980s.
"Our companies have a long history of working together and a longer history of servicing customers in New York City. We're proud to combine our efforts to submit a bid in response to the CWZ RFP," said Tom Toscano, Esq MBA, President of Mr. T Carting, Corp.
Together, the predecessor companies have experienced embracing aggressive environmental goals through waste diversion and working with their clients to explore a pathway to Zero Waste. "Boro-Wide is committed to building a zero-waste future in New York City, and we believe Mr. T Carting shares that goal. We're excited to work with them and the City to usher in the next era of sustainability," said Bob Cristina, President and CEO of Boro-Wide Recycling Corp.
The new logo of the merged company brings together elements of both companies' brand identities.
To see the full press release, visit www.borowide.nyc.