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The Action Environmental Group, Inc. Announces Acquisition of Miele Sanitation

Miele Sanitation

The Action Environmental Group, Inc. Announces Acquisition of Miele Sanitation

Teaneck, NJ June 12, 2018 – The Action Environmental Group, provider of non-hazardous waste management and recycling services for New York City, Northern New Jersey, Rockland and Orange County, New York; today announced the completion of its acquisition of Miele Sanitation, a Bergen County, New Jersey-based waste management company.

With this transaction, The Action Environmental Group, through its subsidiary Interstate Waste Services (IWS), has acquired operations and assets of the Closter, NJ based company. The acquired business assets include commercial waste and recycling collection, equipment, and vehicles.

“We look for companies with a strong work ethic and commitment to its employees and customers. Miele Sanitation has been an institution in Bergen County, we are proud to continue its legacy, said IWS Chairman, Mike DiBella.

For more information on The Action Environmental Group and Interstate Waste Services visit http://interstatewaste.com. Follow us on Twitter for up-to-date information @actioncarting.

About The Action Environmental Group
Action Environmental Group is the most progressive and innovative provider of non-hazardous waste management and recycling services. In New Jersey it operates under the subsidiary Interstate Waste Services; in New York City as Action Environmental Services. We provide our customers and community with the highest quality and most efficient waste management services for New York City and Northern New Jersey catering to a diverse range of residential, industrial and commercial customers. We have committed to be the most dependable, competitive and responsible waste and environmental service company.

About Miele Sanitation
Miele is a local, family owned and operated solid waste hauling business engaged in the business of removal and disposal of waste material for commercial customers in Northern Bergen County and parts of Rockland and Orange counties in New York State for more than 90 years.