Who started deffenbaugh?

Who started deffenbaugh?

Ron Deffenbaugh Sr.
Ron Deffenbaugh Sr., who founded the waste management company Deffenbaugh Industries Inc.

Who bought deffenbaugh?

Waste Management
New York-based aPriori, along with Waste Management, announced the signing of a definitive agreement to sell Deffenbaugh to a subsidiary of Waste Management on Monday. Deffenbaugh Industries was founded in 1957 by Ron Deffenbaugh with a single truck in Kansas City, Kan. Ron Deffenbaugh died in August.

When did Waste Management buy deffenbaugh?

Today’s closing follows the announcement on October 6, 2014 that Waste Management had entered into an agreement to acquire Deffenbaugh Disposal. Waste Management, based in Houston, Texas , is the leading provider of comprehensive waste management services in North America .

Is Deffenbaugh the same as Waste Management?

Deffenbaugh Industries, Inc (“Deffenbaugh”), a Waste Management company, is located in Kansas City, Kansas.

Who owns advanced disposal?

Waste ManagementAdvanced Disposal Services, Inc. / Parent organization

Who bought American Waste?

GFL Environmental
New name, same great service – American Waste is now GFL Environmental! American Waste is taking the next big step in becoming one with GFL Environmental (“GFL”).

What companies did GFL buy?

Most recently, GFL acquired the solid waste management and recycling business of Peoria Disposal Company and affiliates (collectively, “PDC”) on October 1, 2021.

How much did American Waste sell for?

$380 million
The Canadian company will purchase American Waste for $380 million, involving $360 million in cash and $20 million in non-voting GFL shares.

Who purchased Coco Paving?

Green Infrastructure Partners
Coco Paving employs about 3,000 people and owns 33 asphalt plants, as well as eight concrete plants. Green Infrastructure Partners, the new entity that acquired Coco Paving, has also purchased some assets from GFL’s infrastructure services division.