Paper Retriever Joins the Family!

We’re thrilled to have acquired Paper Retriever recycling bins in Tulsa and give folks even more options for recycling their paper, plastic, aluminum, and cardboard. We’re still in the initial stages of converting these bins, so stay tuned for updates for when we can officially proclaim these babies Mr. Murph recycling bins! Recycling is getting …

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Welcome to the AWC Family!

That’s one way to grow a company! Congrats Paul & Liliana! Our Vice President, GM Paul Ross and his family welcomed their first daughter on Monday. Welcome to the American Waste Control family, RoseLynne AnnieMarie Ross, born Sunday, September 7th at 1:15pm, 8lbs, 19.5″ long. Both Mom and Baby are doing great!!!

Our Performance is Unmatched

Based on the Company’s long track record in this community going back to the early 1970’s, we believe our record of exceeding expectations and outperforming the competition on all levels is clear. For decades, American Waste Control has stood on the solid principal that everything we do centers around our customers and how best we …

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Definitely Our Beeswax

AWC continues to look for ways we can improve our environment any chance we can and make the community a better place to live. Our company even owns several beehives at our waste to energy landfill that produce two different types of honey. These beehives are there because of our agreement to hand-clear the brush …

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Eye on Economic Growth

In the last several years, we’ve been able to successfully weather the economic downturn and even position ourselves for new growth as a company. We used this time to design and implement a new $10 million Materials Recovery Facility (Mr. Murph) that has helped position us as an undisputed leader in the Tulsa recycling market. …

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Beyond the Barbecues

Here are five little known facts about Memorial Day that you might not know about. Memorial Day was originally created to honor Union soldiers who’d died while fighting in the Civil War. Because of this, southern states did not observe Memorial Day until after World War I, when the holiday was expanded to include soldiers …

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