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We are a leader in the Industrial Waste Services in Delaware. At Waste Masters, our objective has always been to provide our clients with reliable, flexible and high-quality waste management solutions. With more than 100 years of experience under our collective belts, our clients have come to rely upon our expertise, personalized service and extensive industry knowledge — turning to us for all of their waste-handling needs. For more information contact us at www.WasteMasters.com
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Our goal is to be at the forefront of business waste and recycling solutions in Delaware. We strive to provide outstanding customer service to our clients — and we pride ourselves on not only meeting, but consistently exceeding expectations. Furthermore, we value our clients as partners — making a point to communication with them throughout their time with us, not just when it comes time to renew a contract. Currently serving the Delaware, Pennsylvania, Maryland and New Jersey regions, our trained experts are ready to work closely with you to developed a specialized plan that suits your waste-management needs. Contact us for more information at www.wastemasters.com
As a privately owned company with trained professionals on staff and access to a nationwide network of partners, we’re able to offer our clients an assortment of innovative environmental solutions including recycling, commercial and industrial waste solutions, concrete washout, portable restroom services and more. For more information contact us at www.wastemasters.com
At Waste Masters, our objective is to be the company to turn to when a business is looking for waste and recycle solutions in Delaware. We have always been able to provide our clients with reliable, flexible and high-quality waste management solutions. With more than 100 years of experience under our collective belts, our clients have come to rely upon our expertise, personalized service and extensive industry knowledge — turning to us for all of their waste-handling needs. Visit our website for more information! www.WasteMasters.com
Here on December 10th 2016 we catch a mcneilus rear loader waste management truck in Newark Delaware after missing republic services due to me over sleeping. This truck comes every Saturday morning as well as the other two that I catch. Enjoy this long video.
Clayton Intermediate School, Smyrna School District Clayton Intermediate School, in collaboration with the Smyrna School District, has partnered with the Delaware Waste Industries to implement a district-wide recycling program. The program has grown into a more in-depth, more comprehensive program that has allowed the school district to collectively learn about, participate in, and be aware of our personal responsibility for a cleaner, greener environment. By empowering the students to take action with solid waste management, Clayton Intermediate School has impacted the Smyrna School District and local community by raising awareness of the importance of recycling, by making connections among the schools through a common goal. As a result, the program has created district-wide financial sa...
Here on Saturday August 19th 2017 between 6:45-7:15am we catch this waste management truck with the same asshole driver but a different helper. They stopped at a pick up spot across from deer Park tavern and then came to this spot. (TO THE DRIVER, I FILM TRUCKS BECAUSE I LOVE TRUCKS. THERE IS (NO LAW) THAT SAYS WE TRASH TRUCK FANS CAN'T FILM. UNTILL ITS THE LAW WE WILL CONTINUE TO FILM TRASH TRUCKS IN DIFFERENT PARTS OF THE COUNTRY AND STATE. PLEASE BE RESPECTFUL OF THIS AND GO ABOUT YOUR BUSINESS AND STOP WORRIEING IF IM AROUND FILMING.AS I SAID BEFORE THIS IS NOT TO GET YOU OR THE COMPANY IN TROUBLE IT'S SHOWING OTHER TRUCK FANS THE KIND OF WORK YOU GUYS DO IN THE UNITED STATES.) this driver should find another route. Enjoy all you trash truck fans.
Here is a rather unique truck I decided to film. Enjoy much more to come
Here at one of the restaurants in Newark Delaware, a city of newark Delaware garbage truck collects the full smelly compactor of garbage and empties all the Filth into the truck. Enjoy. Thanks again to the crew on this truck for letting me film the action. Time was between 10:30-11:30am.
Currently the company's frontline bulk truck. This ex-City of Phoenix New Way was bought a year or two ago and had a bunch of work done on it, from its diesel-to-CNG conversion to a bunch of hopper area modifications. Originally it was going to collect LA City apartment recycling but was quickly reassigned to foodwaste duty in Malibu. Recently that route was transitioned to another truck and this one was moved to bulk. I've always been a New Way fan and appreciate this truck's large hopper and bulk-eating capabilities but this 2007 Condor drives insanely slow—and struggles going uphill. I was literally able to cruise right past the truck on my bike on these hills. Not exactly the ideal truck to have driving circles around one of the biggest counties in the U.S. but it gets the job done and...
In municipalities along the Delaware River, residents and officials say the amount of trash ending up along the roads and in the river is increasing. For more New Jersey news, visit NJ Today online at http://www.njtvonline.org/njtoday/.
Since when is it a crime to park in a PARKING LOT and take a cat nap!! These worthless assholes thought I was shooting up in a crowded parking lot but guess who the culprit was...my asshole neighbor...the pedophile state police mechanic who ive taken to civil court for exposing himself to my wife and grandmother. WHAT HAS THE WORLD COME TO?????
Our Team at ASI Waste is always looking to help our customers avoid sending garbage to the landfill in every way possible. In Maryland, Delaware, Pennsylvania, Virginia and New Jersey, we have converted several of our customers to Zero Waste programs, where all waste generated at their facilities is diverted from the landfills and recycled! One way to accomplish this is to send all organic waste to an organic recycler to be turned into compost! This year for Earth Day we celebrated by handing out flowers planted in compost to the customers who have sent out their garbage as organic waste as a way to show our appreciation of their efforts to avoid the landfill and create a reusable resource from their garbage! Zero waste programs are not obtainable for every facility or industry, however ...
Crews from at least eight fire departments battled a warehouse blaze Thursday, May 22, 2008, at the Allied Waste Services Delaware Transfer Station of Iowa at 2124 State Highway 38 in Delaware. The fire billowed black smoke that could be seen from at least 15 miles away. GazetteOnline video by Jim Slosiarek.
Here on Friday September 8th 2017 I video the two assholes in University of Delaware garbage truck 134. As they were pulling out of a business I heard the driver say there he is, so I decided to film them and give them their best names. I DON'T BOTHER U SO DON'T BOTHER ME BY CALLING THE UNIVERSITY POLICE GO ABOUT YOUR BUSINESS AND I'LL GO ABOUT MINE.
Today marks my 8-year anniversary since I set up this channel in 2009. I think a video of me working is one of the most fitting ways to celebrate that. This past summer, I was fortunate to land a gig at Benjamin T Nickerson. For those who don't know, they are a very small company in the little summer town of Chatham, Massachusetts, that I've been filming during my family visits in the summertime for years. Most of the stops are backyard/garage service, which is offered free of charge. The green barrels are used as transfer containers when going behind a house. It's a very customer-oriented approach to collecting a resi-route, one that's designed to win over wealthy (and often elderly) customers in an open market town. This video features yung Benjamin and I working on mobile 06, an ex-Pe...
Rookie Pro, Max Wheeler, shows us how it's done here on the East Coast at his home break in Delaware. (All waste from the making of this video was cleaned up and properly disposed of) This video was made possible by: Exile Skimboards, Let's Party Traction, Dewey Beach Surf Shop and Skim City. Song 1: Lifetaking Artist: Twin Peaks Song 2: Who Did That to You? Artist: John Legend Video: Nick Gruber TwinFin Media LLC 2015