M-PASS Environmental is an independent waste management and recycling consulting company based in Atlanta, GA. We provide quality environmental consulting and management services to customers throughout the United States. Our programs focus on cost savings and revenues associated with waste disposal, recycling, and sustainable initiatives. The M-PASS Environmental evaluation process is unimposing with a proven track record in delivering cost reduction results. M-PASS Environmental provides personalized attention and service designed to accommodate the unique needs of your organization.
With M-PASS Environmental, Your Organization Will:
- Reduce operating expenses associated with waste disposal and recycling
- Enhance sustainable initiatives
- Receive detailed and quantifiable reporting
- Have access to technology not made available by vendors
- Receive operational training and training materials
- Identify cost recovery and recycling alternatives
- Receive timely customer response and dedicated service
As a company, M-PASS Environmental maintains a strong commitment to integrity, service, and environmental stewardship.
M-PASS Environmental clients depend on the internal resources, industry knowledge, and years of experience of our project managers to analyze, design and implement their waste management and recycling programs.
M-PASS Environmental makes your life easier. With M-PASS Environmental, you can rely on ONE service provider to manage all your waste disposal and recycling programs.
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