Customer Spotlight: 75% Cost Reduction in Waste & Recycling at GrandQuartzFounded in 1971, GranQuartz is the largest distributor of stone fabrication tools, equipment and supplies in the United States. The company also provides quality products and...
For FreshSense Foods and M-PASS Environmental, two local Atlanta companies, success can be measured by the volume of their organic recycling material. A novel concept, but one that is important in the eyes of a sustainability-focused business.
FreshSense is an innovative company that was founded in response to a rapidly-growing demand for fresh-cut, or “zero-prep”, produce. Established in January 2013, it is owned and operated by the same families that founded its sister company—Royal Food Service—over twenty years ago.
Hangers Unlimited/Mainetti Intl., the world’s largest manufacturer of hangers, and a company 100% committed to sustainability, has hired M-PASS Environmental to manage their waste & recycling programs and to enhance sustainable initiatives. M-PASS Environmental...
Georgia State University & M-PASS Environmental Work Together to Solve Access and Space Issues to Make Room for Trash and Recycling Program: When M-PASS met with the sustainability and dining services departments in the Spring of 2016, one thing was crystal clear...
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.
Controlled Products in Dalton, GA and M-PASS Environmental have partnered together to move Controlled Products
The Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta, GA has recently signed a waste and recycling audit agreement with M-PASS Environmental.
Broken Compactor Equals Mounds of Pungent Garbage.
M-PASS Steps In To Deliver Positive Outcome for Customer.
Metropolis Atlanta Midtown
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.