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Glendale, Calif., Moves Closer to Commercial Waste Zone System

February 6, 2020

Via: Waste360

Earlier this week, the Glendale, Calif., City Council voted to move another step forward in its transition to a waste collection franchise system. Councilmen moved forward with a vetting process for trash hauling companies interested in securing a 10-year contract to service one of four zones within the city.

Almost seven years ago, city officials announced they would convert the city’s open market trash collection system to a system of exclusive franchises. Currently, 33 trash haulers have permits to provide service to any business within the city.

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