Adams buys residential waste solutions
Baker – Adams Sanitation is excited to announce the acquisition of the assets and accounts of Residential Waste Solutions, LLC (RWS) in Okaloosa County.
Adams Sanitation will continue twice weekly service without interruption for former Residential Waste Solutions customers, beginning with pickup on Thursday, April 1st. Customers will be receiving notification of any service day changes.
“We are simply thrilled to welcome 320 new customers to the Adams Sanitation Family,” said Adams Sanitation owner Crystal Boyles, “Our Okaloosa County employees are ready to show our new customers how we embody Value, Dependability and Community every day.”
Adams Sanitation will be providing service for customers transitioning from Residential Waste Solutions at the same great rate that we offer to all new customers in North Okaloosa County. The service charge is balanced to provide great value to our customers and allow us to maintain a high level of service, pay employees a good wage for a hard days’ work and ensure our trucks are safe and well-maintained when they are on the roads.
For those customers who have a credit with RWS, that credit has been transferred to Adams and will be honored in full.
Customer Service Representatives with Adams Sanitation will be reaching out to former Residential Waste Solutions customers to ensure the transition is a smooth one.
Founded in 1985, Adams Sanitation has consistently served Northwest Florida’s residents with a dedication to hometown service. Since 2018, the company has expanded from servicing 1,400 customers to more than 12,000 families and small businesses across three counties.
Christopher Saul is the Chief Marketing Officer for Adams Sanitation. When he isn’t slinging hot garbage from the keyboard – he is spending time with his family. He also like to watch his SMU Mustangs play football and basketball.
BIG NEWS! Okay, big for us! We can officially bring twice weekly trash service back to South Santa Rosa County and compete on the open market. Hours ago, Judge Dickey overturned an emergency injunction sought by Waste Pro that had temporarily paused the permit awarded to Adams by the Santa Rosa County Commission. More importantly, Judge Dickey made her ruling “with prejudice” resolving the matter permanently.