Waste Pro is finally taking you seriously
📫Waste Pro Mailers and Stickers Arrive in Milton and Pace
Looks like Waste Pro is FINALLY taking you seriously in Santa Rosa County. They sent out some ✉️ mail last week on their collection day – and put 🏷 stickers on our carts, too!
👍🏻We think that is a GREAT thing, here’s why:
In short, it means that they really do believe in free market competition in waste collection, at least when it suits them.
As you know, Waste Pro has gotten a 🧑🏻⚖️ local judge to force us to stop trash collection service, in the name of their franchise agreement that stands on sinking sand.
❌These mailers and stickers are evidence that their argument in Navarre and Gulf Breeze are cynical – they don’t even believe their own lies. While they drag their feet in court fighting the free market in Gulf Breeze and Navarre, they seem to have no problem at all using it in Milton and Pace against a locally owned and operated company.
I suppose it just means they’re hypocrites.
These mailers and stickers also mean that we, working together, have made this 💵💵💵 Billion-dollar waste services company 💵💵💵 sit up and take notice. Enough of you have told them 🙅🏽♀️ENOUGH🙅🏼♂️ – and they have to make some money back.
👏🏻That is a feat that was only possible because you and our customers gave Adams Sanitation a fighting chance against this trash monster.
Christopher Saul • Chief Impact Officer
Christopher Saul is the Chief Impact Officer for Adams Sanitation. When he isn’t slinging hot garbage from the keyboard – he is spending time with his family. He also likes to watch his SMU Mustangs play football and basketball.
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