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Covanta signs agreement with transportation provider

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Waste Harmonics will supply Covanta with transportation and equipment logistics.

REW Staff March 21, 2014

Waste Harmonics, a Victor, N.Y.-based supplier of outsourced waste management consolidation services, has signed a preferred service provider agreement to supply Covanta, Morristown, N.J., with transportation and equipment logistics.

The agreement calls for Waste Harmonics to manage the transport and delivery of waste, recyclables and organics to various processing and disposal sites on behalf of Covanta and its customers.

“We are thrilled to enter into this preferred service agreement with Covanta, a company that understands and appreciates the qualities Waste Harmonics brings to all of our customer relationships: honesty, professionalism and an unwavering commitment to stand behind our promises,” says Michael Hess, founder, president and CEO of Waste Harmonics. “We are looking forward to bringing the zero-landfill option to our customers and prospects as a result of this partnership.”

“I am extremely excited about our partnership with Waste Harmonics,” says Steve Diaz, Covanta vice president of strategic services. “Waste Harmonics’ well-established infrastructure is well-suited to support Covanta’s comprehensive suite of sustainable waste services and will only enhance our reputation for exceptional customer service.”

The provider agreement is for a two-year term and includes four two-year mutual extension options.

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