Addressing the waste management needs of New York City is a full-time job. Not only is it the epicenter of world commerce, it’s home to millions of residents who need and deserve responsive and responsible service.
We have proudly served these needs for many years, providing collection and disposal services to hundreds of storefronts and commercial office buildings, including the famed Rockefeller Center in Manhattan.
In 2008, we will also mark our 10th anniversary of service to the New York City Department of Sanitation, the largest organization of its kind in the world.
In Brooklyn, New York’s most populous borough with nearly 2.5 million residents, we help the Department manage its growing residential waste needs with our transfer stations and disposal facilities. Through our assets, we manage about 1,200 tons of residential and institutional refuse and recyclables for the Department.
“Our city moves quickly and with two transfer stations within the borough of Brooklyn and a landfill in upper New York State, IESI is positioned to keep pace,” says Mike Mucci, Director, Bureau of Waste Disposal, Department of Sanitation. “We have had a good working relationship with IESI because they are forward thinking, helpful, cooperative and very concerned about our city’s needs.”
Mary Lyons Payroll Manager, IESI
Patrizia DiSalvo Payroll, IESI