Adams Employees Lend a Hand with a Sunday Cleanup
Value. Dependability. Community.
Serving our community is more than just lip service. It’s more than just words on the side of our building to us.
Adams Sanitation’s Kyle Pigott, Nathan Boyles and Nathan’s son, Beau, spent their Sunday afternoon with about 30 other north Okaloosa
County residents cleaning up a dumping site near the train trestles that go over the Yellow River west of Crestview.
“Adam Sanitation truly made this event possible. They deserve an extreme amount of praise and credit,” said Jason with Erase the Trace on their Facebook Page after the event.
Adams Sanitation provided a trash truck, several dumpsters and a number of trash carts to make it easier for the volunteers to pick up the thousands of pounds of construction debris, residential waste, medical waste and other items that were left there by irresponsible people and groups.
By quitting time, the team had collected two 11 yard dumpsters and a trash truck with dumped trash.
The cleanup, which was organized by Erase the Trace Okaloosa got help from members of the City of Crestview, including Mayor JB Whitten and members of the Okaloosa County Sheriff’s Department.
Okaloosa County’s Board of County Commissioners also helped out by lending a bus to transport volunteers from a remote parking site to the cleanup site. The dirt road leading out to the dump site was treacherous and the help from the county was much appreciated!
If you want to help out with future cleanups, Email the organizers! They will be glad to have you!
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.