Agnes Scott College Achieves Sustainable Success

Agnes Scott College Achieves Sustainable Success

Congratulations to Agnes Scott College, an M-PASS Environmental client, for achieving a 67.56% landfill diversion rate in their day to day recycling operations.  In addition, Agnes Scott College ranked #1 in the Recycle Mania Tournament in Georgia and 43rd nationally.   ASC’s commitment to sustainability is a shining example that doing the right thing can be done and done cost effectively.  Agnes Scott College and M-PASS Environmental have been working together as partners since 2010.  We applaud their good work.

MPASS Environmental Signs with the Georgia World Congress Center

Agnes Scott College Achieves Sustainable Success

The Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta, GA has recently signed a waste and recycling audit agreement with M-PASS Environmental.  M-PASS Environmental will be working with GWCC to enhance sustainable initiatives and reduce operating expenses.  The Georgia World Congress Center is the world’s largest LEED Certified convention center and the fourth largest convention center in the United States.

6th ANNUAL GRACE AWARDS FINALISTS ANNOUNCED

6th ANNUAL GRACE AWARDS FINALISTS ANNOUNCED M-PASS, Inc.

Named Industry Partner of the Year Finalist.

Atlanta, GA. (October 3, 2012) — The Georgia Restaurant Association (GRA) recently revealed the finalists for the 6th Annual Georgia Restaurant Association Crystal of Excellence (GRACE) Awards. These finalists are peer-nominated and the winners will be announced November 11th at the GRACE Awards Gala to be held at the Loews Atlanta Hotel. Jenn Hobby Rivera of Q100’s The Bert Show will serve as Mistress of Ceremonies.

Metropolis – Atlanta Midtown, GA.

Metropolis - Atlanta Midtown, GA.

Broken Compactor Equals Mounds of Pungent Garbage.

Broken Compactor Equals Mounds of Pungent Garbage.
M-PASS Steps In To Deliver Positive Outcome for Customer.

Metropolis Atlanta Midtown

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Metropolis Atlanta

943 Peachtree St., NE, Atlanta, GA Metropolis is a large high-end, mixed use two tower center with 498 one and two bedroom condominiums, and 40,000 sq. ft. of retail space, over half a dozen businesses, and two restaurants. When the center opened in 2002, the property was the first mix-use property in Midtown Atlanta.

Metropolis is a large high-end, mixed use two tower center with 498 one and two bedroom condominiums, and 40,000 sq. ft. of retail space, over half a dozen businesses, and two restaurants. When the center opened in 2002, the property was the first mix-use property in Midtown Atlanta.

When Yovy first met Lorraine, she told him M-PASS would save his property money. And that’s just what they did. One of the first things Lorraine did, according to Yovy, was to go dumpster diving. “To help properties like Metropolis save money, we literally go through their trash, studying what’s dumped in the landfill,” said Lorraine. “Once we see that, we complete a detailed analysis, review haulers’ contracts, make recommendations, and start saving our clients money.”

“M-PASS not only saved us money, but also helped us improve the level of service we offer our residents,” Yovy added.

Today, M-PASS manages Metropolis waste management program and is ready to act should any issue arise. When asked what the secret was to the successful M-PASS/Metropolis relationships, Yovy said emphatically, “M-PASS gets things done.”

Compactor Repaired And Replaced Within 24 Hours After M-PASS Steps In

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Metropolis Before M-PASS

M-PASS and the company’s CEO Lorraine White had worked with Yovy at three other condominium properties – The Dakota, The Colony House, and The River West, he knew that M-PASS could help. “We have a history with M-PASS and know the high quality of their work,” said Yovy.

The M-PASS team went into action immediately. First, they inspected the loading dock, assessing the trash problem. Next, they called a recycling company to pick up the cardboard littering the area. Then, they contacted the waste management company, calling people out of meetings to talk about the Metropolis situation.