MI Energy Provider Recognized for Outstanding Workplace Safety and Health

Lansing, MI (WorkersCompensation.com) – Aria Energy, a leading provider of baseload renewable energy, was awarded its first Michigan Safety and Health Achievement Recognition Program (MSHARP) award for an exceptional safety and health management system at its Pine Tree Acres landfill gas-to-energy facility located in Lenox, MI.

Established by the Michigan Occupational Safety and Health Administration (MIOSHA), the MSHARP recognizes employers that have achieved workplace safety and health excellence far beyond their peers. The MIOSHA program is part of the Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs (LARA).

“MIOSHA is thrilled to welcome Aria Energy to an elite group of companies that make safety their number one priority,” said MIOSHA Director Martha Yoder. “Other small businesses that are looking to increase worker protection can now look to Aria Energy as a role model in workplace safety and health.”

Yoder presented the MSHARP Award to Aria Energy management and employees. Also in attendance were Lenox Township officials and a representative from the 7th District.

“We are very pleased and honored that MIOSHA has recognized Aria Energy for our ongoing commitment to excellence in workplace safety and health,” said Richard M. DiGia, president and CEO of Aria Energy.  “Our Pine Tree Acres operations and safety teams have done an outstanding job of running the facility, allowing Aria Energy to safely deliver clean and reliable renewable energy to Michigan residents.”

DiGia also recognized the following Aria Energy team members for the company’s accomplishments:

  • Jason Neumann, Lead Operator
  • Vince Dang, Plant Operator
  • Shawn Meyers, Plant Operator
  • Kyle Burgess, Plant Operator
  • Rodney Wray, Corporate Safety Manager

The MSHARP targets small, high-hazard employers to help them develop, implement and continuously improve the effectiveness of their workplace safety and health management system. The program provides an incentive for employers to emphasize accident and illness prevention by anticipating problems, rather than reacting to them.

The MIOSHA Onsite Consultation Program within the Consultation Education and Training (CET) Division operates the Michigan SHARP Program. Onsite consultants work with employers to help them become self-sufficient in managing occupational safety and health. SHARP worksites earn an exemption from “programmed” MIOSHA inspections on a yearly basis.

The MIOSHA onsite review team consisted of Joe Barela, senior safety consultant and D.W. Johnson, senior industrial hygienist. “The Michigan SHARP requires a comprehensive consultation visit and the correction of all serious workplace safety and health hazards to achieve certification,” said Yoder. “Aria Energy has demonstrated a commitment to correcting hazards and improving its safety and health program.”

The company has an excellent system in place, which incorporates each of the seven required MSHARP elements: hazard anticipation and detection; hazard prevention and control; planning and evaluation; administration and supervision; safety and health training; management leadership, and employee participation.

Aria Energy’s Seneca Energy II Renewable National Gas Facility Receives Project of the Year Award from U.S EPA Landfill Methane Outreach Program

NOVI, MI., March 25, 2015 – Aria Energy, a leading provider of baseload renewable energy, today announced that the company’s Seneca Energy II renewable natural gas (RNG) facility has received the Large Scale Direct-Use Project of the Year Award from the U.S Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Landfill Methane Outreach Program (LMOP).

The EPA’s LMOP helps to reduce methane emissions from landfills by encouraging the recovery and beneficial use of landfill gas (LFG) as an energy resource. LFG contains methane, a potent greenhouse gas that can be captured and used to fuel power plants, manufacturing facilities, vehicles, homes, and more.

Located at the Seneca Meadows Landfill in Seneca Falls, NY and commissioned in March 2014, Aria Energy built Seneca Energy II adjacent to the existing 17.6 megawatt (MW) landfill gas-to-electric power generation facility, which has been operational since 1996. Both plants were built and are owned and operated by Aria Energy. Seneca Energy II processes approximately 3,000 standard cubic feet per minute (scfm) of LFG, enough to power 8.4 MWs of electric generation capacity or produce 25,000 gallons of CNG vehicle fuel per day, and is expandable to 6,000 scfm as landfill gas production increases. The RNG produced at the facility is being used for power and fuel production in California, and electricity for the local New York market.

“We are honored to receive this recognition from the EPA and would like to thank Seneca Meadows for their collaboration on this project,” said Richard M. DiGia, President and CEO of Aria Energy. “Seneca Energy II is another positive step for the use of domestic renewable energy to drive cost-effective and cleaner energy production by enabling the conversion of LFG into power generation and transportation fuel.”

“Businesses like Seneca Energy benefit all of us: they keep our energy and fuel production here in the U.S., provide good paying jobs, protect and preserve our natural resources, and reduce our nation’s reliance on foreign oil,” said Kyle Black, Area Manager for Seneca Meadows. “Partnering with environmentally responsible businesses that stimulate our local economy is just one more way that Seneca Meadows is working to be a valued partner and trusted neighbor to our community.”

Based on the EPA LMOP 2014 LFG Benefits Calculator, this project:

  • Directly reduces 16,500 tons of methane/year
  • Avoids the equivalent of 41,000 tons of CO2/year
  • Equates to the CO2 emissions from 46,750,000 gallons of gasoline consumed
  • Produces the energy equivalent of heating 10,000 homes 

About Aria Energy

Headquartered in Novi, MI, Aria Energy provides baseload renewable energy to utilities and other customers across the United States.  Aria Energy owns and/or operates a diversified portfolio of renewable energy projects across 16 states, collectively representing 265.9 MW-equivalent of baseload renewable energy capacity. For additional information, please visit: www.ariaenergy.com

The majority of Aria Energy is owned by power and energy private equity funds managed by Ares EIF Management, LLC, a subsidiary of Ares Management, L.P. (NYSE:ARES).   For additional information, please visit: http://www.aresmgmt.com/

 

About Seneca Meadows, Inc.

Seneca Meadows, Inc. is dedicated to the preservation and advancement of the environment. Since its inception in 1983, they have earned the support of national environmental organizations for their exemplary compliance record and numerous environmental initiatives.

Centrally located in Seneca Falls, New York, Seneca Meadows is the primary disposal facility for businesses and communities throughout the State. In environmental controls, mitigation, and their every day operations, Seneca Meadows exceeds regulatory requirements, providing the highest quality service for their customers and their community.

This commitment to excellence has earned Seneca Meadows the support of prestigious environmental organizations, such as: the National Audubon Society, Ducks Unlimited, and Trout Unlimited. Their efforts have also secured such honors as the 2003 Seneca County Chamber of Commerce Business of the Year Award, the 2009 Rochester Business Journal’s Environmental Leadership Award and the 2012 SWANA Excellence Award for landfill management. 

Media Contact:

Cory Ziskind

ICR

646-277-1232

cory.ziskind@icrinc.com

Aria Energy in Lenox Recognized for Outstanding Workplace Safety and Health

March 24, 2015 – Aria Energy, a leading provider of baseload renewable energy, was awarded its first Michigan Safety and Health Achievement Recognition Program (MSHARP) award today for an exceptional safety and health management system at its Pine Tree Acres landfill gas-to-energy facility located in Lenox, MI.

Established by the Michigan Occupational Safety and Health Administration (MIOSHA), the MSHARP recognizes employers that have achieved workplace safety and health excellence far beyond their peers. The MIOSHA program is part of the Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs (LARA).

“MIOSHA is thrilled to welcome Aria Energy to an elite group of companies that make safety their number one priority,” said MIOSHA Director Martha Yoder. “Other small businesses that are looking to increase worker protection can now look to Aria Energy as a role model in workplace safety and health.”

Yoder presented the MSHARP Award to Aria Energy management and employees. Also in attendance were Lenox Township officials and a representative from the 7th District.

“We are very pleased and honored that MIOSHA has recognized Aria Energy for our ongoing commitment to excellence in workplace safety and health,” said Richard M. DiGia, president and CEO of Aria Energy.  “Our Pine Tree Acres operations and safety teams have done an outstanding job of running the facility, allowing Aria Energy to safely deliver clean and reliable renewable energy to Michigan residents.”

DiGia also recognized the following Aria Energy team members for the company’s accomplishments:

  • Jason Neumann, Lead Operator
  • Vince Dang, Plant Operator
  • Shawn Meyers, Plant Operator
  • Kyle Burgess, Plant Operator
  • Rodney Wray, Corporate Safety Manager

The MSHARP targets small, high-hazard employers to help them develop, implement and continuously improve the effectiveness of their workplace safety and health management system. The program provides an incentive for employers to emphasize accident and illness prevention by anticipating problems, rather than reacting to them.

The MIOSHA Onsite Consultation Program within the Consultation Education and Training (CET) Division operates the Michigan SHARP Program. Onsite consultants work with employers to help them become self-sufficient in managing occupational safety and health. SHARP worksites earn an exemption from “programmed” MIOSHA inspections on a yearly basis.

The MIOSHA onsite review team consisted of Joe Barela, senior safety consultant and D.W. Johnson, senior industrial hygienist.

“The Michigan SHARP requires a comprehensive consultation visit and the correction of all serious workplace safety and health hazards to achieve certification,” said Yoder. “Aria Energy has demonstrated a commitment to correcting hazards and improving its safety and health program.”

The company has an excellent system in place, which incorporates each of the seven required MSHARP elements: hazard anticipation and detection; hazard prevention and control; planning and evaluation; administration and supervision; safety and health training; management leadership, and employee participation.

About Aria Energy

Headquartered in Novi, MI, Aria Energy provides baseload renewable energy to utilities and other customers across the United States.  Aria Energy owns and/or operates a diversified portfolio of renewable energy projects across 16 states, collectively representing 265.9 MW-equivalent of baseload renewable energy capacity. For additional information, please visit: www.ariaenergy.com

The majority of Aria Energy is owned by power and energy private equity funds managed by Ares EIF Management, LLC, a subsidiary of Ares Management, L.P. (NYSE:ARES).   For additional information, please visit: http://www.aresmgmt.com/

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Aria Energy Announces Beginning of Commercial Operations and Renewable Energy Production at Sarasota County’s Central County Solid Waste Disposal Complex

NOVI, Mich., March 19, 2015 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Aria Energy, a leading provider of baseload renewable energy, today announced the beginning of commercial operations and renewable energy production at Sarasota County’s Central County Solid Waste Disposal Complex located in Nokomis, Florida.

The Sarasota County Project is a 4.8 MW landfill gas-to-energy facility that produces renewable energy by capturing and processing the methane gas generated at the landfill through organic decomposition. Aria Energy designed, built, owns and operates the facility, and sells the electricity to JEA under a power purchase agreement. The amount of renewable energy produced at the facility is the equivalent of the electricity needed to supply over 2,800 homes, according to U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) estimates.

“We are pleased to partner with Sarasota County and JEA to bring another baseload renewable energy project online and power homes with clean electricity generated from municipal landfill waste,” said Richard M. DiGia, President and CEO of Aria Energy. “This facility is a prime example of how municipalities, utilities and the private sector can collaborate to bring clean and reliable renewable energy to their constituents and customers.”

According to the EPA, landfill gas-to-energy projects reduce reliance on non-renewable energy resources, such as natural gas, coal or petroleum. The EPA estimates that a 4.8 MW landfill gas-to-energy project reduces carbon dioxide emissions by 236,000 metric tons each year, due to the reduction in methane emissions from the landfill and reduced consumption of fossil fuels. This reduction is equivalent to the carbon dioxide emissions from the consumption of 26.5 million gallons of gasoline.

The Sarasota County Project is the second Aria Energy owned and operated facility with JEA purchasing the electricity through a power purchase agreement. In 2008, Aria Energy performed design, engineering, equipment procurement and installation, permitting, construction and commissioning of the power generation facility located at the City of Jacksonville’s Trail Ridge Landfill. Aria Energy owns and operates the facility and sells its electricity to JEA under a long-term agreement. Aria Energy is the largest provider of landfill gas-to-energy in the state of Florida with a total of 32 MW of installed capacity.

About Aria Energy

Headquartered in Novi, MI, Aria Energy provides baseload renewable energy to utilities and other customers across the United States. Aria Energy owns and/or operates a diversified portfolio of renewable energy projects across 16 states, collectively representing 265.9 MW-equivalent of baseload renewable energy capacity. For additional information, please visit: www.ariaenergy.com.

The majority of Aria Energy is owned by power and energy private equity funds managed by Ares EIF Management, LLC, a subsidiary of Ares Management, L.P. (NYSE:ARES). For additional information, please visit: http://www.aresmgmt.com/.

Aria Energy Media Contact:
Cory Ziskind
ICR
646-277-1232

Aria Energy and Casella Waste Systems to Develop Renewable Energy Project at Juniper Ridge Landfill

4.8 MW Landfill Gas-to-Energy Project to Power Over 4,800 Homes

SACO, Maine and NOVI, Mich., Jan. 30, 2015 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Aria Energy, a leading provider of baseload renewable energy, today announced that it will partner with Casella Waste Systems, a regional solid waste, recycling and resource management services company, to develop, construct, own and operate a 4.8 MW landfill gas-to-energy project located at the Juniper Ridge Landfill in Old Town, ME.

The facility, which will utilize methane gas generated through organic decomposition in the state-owned landfill, will potentially meet the power needs of over 4,800 homes with renewable energy. Construction is expected to commence in early 2016 and the facility is expected to be operational in 2017.

“We are pleased to partner with Casella Waste Systems on the development, construction and operation of this baseload renewable energy project,” said Richard M. DiGia, President and CEO of Aria Energy. “The Juniper Ridge Landfill project adds to our portfolio of owned and operated landfill gas projects that play a critical role in powering more homes with electricity generated from renewable energy resources.”

This project involves extracting gas from within the landfill and delivering the gas to a generation facility where it is converted into energy and will supply the New England electric grid. According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), landfill gas-to-energy projects reduce reliance on non-renewable energy resources, such as natural gas, coal, or petroleum. The EPA estimates that 4.8 MW of energy produced from landfill gas is equivalent to preventing carbon emissions generated by the consumption of 24.4 million gallons of gasoline annually.

Aria Energy currently provides operation and maintenance services for three additional landfill gas-to-energy facilities owned by Casella Waste Systems: the 6.4 MW facility in Morrisonville, NY, the 8 MW Hyland facility in Angelica, NY and the 8 MW Coventry facility in Newport, VT. Aria Energy also owns and operates the 11.2 MW Ontario facility in Stanley, NY at a landfill operated by Casella Waste Systems.

About Aria Energy

Headquartered in Novi, MI, Aria Energy provides baseload renewable energy to utilities and other customers across the United States.  Aria Energy owns and/or operates a diversified portfolio of renewable energy projects across 16 states, collectively representing 265.9 MW-equivalent of baseload renewable energy capacity. For additional information, please visit: www.ariaenergy.com

The majority of Aria Energy is owned by private equity funds managed by a subsidiary of Ares Management, L.P. (NYSE:ARES). For additional information, please visit: http://www.aresmgmt.com/

About Casella Waste Systems, Inc.

Casella Waste Systems, Inc., headquartered in Rutland, Vermont, provides solid waste management services consisting of collection, transfer, disposal, and recycling services in the Northeastern United States. For further information, investors contact Ned Coletta, Chief Financial Officer at (802) 772-2239, media contact Joseph Fusco, Vice President at (802) 772-2247, or visit the company’s website at http://www.casella.com.

Aria Energy Media Contact:
Cory Ziskind
ICR
646-277-1232

Northern Indiana Renewable Energy Project to Power 3,200 Homes

ARGOS, Ind.Dec. 10, 2014 — Republic Services announced today the start of operations at its latest landfill gas-to-energy project. The new six megawatt project at County Line Landfill involves four engines operating at one energy generation facility. The project is capable of generating enough energy to power more than 3,200 area homes.

“We are serious about developing innovative uses for landfill gas whenever possible,” said Mark Watson, area president of Republic Services. “Any time a waste byproduct can be harnessed into renewable energy, it’s an incredible opportunity. Our employees are particularly proud to be part of this project, and doing their part to leave a cleaner and healthier northern Indiana for future generations.”

Landfill gas is a natural byproduct of decomposing waste. This project involves extracting gas from within the landfill, processing the extracted gas, and then distributing the processed gas to a generation facility where it is converted into energy that supplies the local electric grid.

According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), landfill gas-to-energy projects also reduce reliance on non-renewable energy resources, such as coal or petroleum. The EPA estimates that three megawatts of energy produced from landfill gas is equivalent to preventing carbon emissions generated by the consumption of 16.6 million gallons of gasoline. Based on EPA calculations, the new County Line Landfill gas-to-energy project prevents carbon emissions equivalent to the consumption of more than 32 million gallons of gasoline.

Republic Services partnered with Aria Energy on the design, development and management of the new project. Republic Services and Aria Energy have partnered on four projects to date with a combined generation capacity of more than 39.6 megawatts of electrical power. Republic and Aria are currently working on two additional projects, which combined are expected to create another 15 megawatts of electrical power.

Republic Services has implemented 73 landfill gas-to-energy projects nationwide. Together, these projects harness enough electricity to power or heat approximately 400,000 households. According to the EPA, the combined environmental benefits from these projects are equal to removing more than 4 million cars from our roads or planting more than 4.5 million acres of trees each year.

Republic Services employs 120 people throughout the South BendElkhartPlymouth and Rochester area, who serve 14 municipalities and approximately 4,000 commercial customers. Republic operates two hauling divisions, a recycling facility, transfer station, and landfill in the area.

About Republic Services
Republic Services, Inc. is an industry leader in U.S. non-hazardous recycling and solid waste. Through its subsidiaries, Republic’s collection companies, transfer stations, recycling centers and landfills focus on providing reliable environmental services and solutions for commercial, industrial, municipal and residential customers. Republic and its employees believe in protecting the planet and applying common sense solutions to customers’ waste and recycling challenges. For more information, visit the Republic website at republicservices.com.

Aria Energy Announces Confidential Submission of Draft Registration Statement

NOVI, Mich., Dec. 1, 2014 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Aria Energy Corp. (the “Company” or “Aria Energy”) announced today that it has confidentially submitted a draft registration statement on Form S-1 to the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) relating to the proposed initial public offering of its common stock. The number of shares of common stock to be sold and the price range for the proposed offering have not yet been determined. The initial public offering is expected to commence after the SEC completes its review process, subject to market and other conditions.

This press release is being made pursuant to and in accordance with Rule 135 under the Securities Act of 1933 and does not constitute an offer to sell or the solicitation of an offer to buy securities, and shall not constitute an offer, solicitation or sale in any jurisdiction in which such offer, solicitation or sale would be unlawful prior to registration or qualification under the securities laws of that jurisdiction.

About Aria Energy

Headquartered in Novi, MI, Aria Energy provides baseload renewable energy to utilities and other customers across the United States. Aria Energy owns and/or operates a diversified portfolio of renewable energy projects across 16 states, collectively representing 265.9 MW-equivalent of baseload renewable energy capacity. For additional information, please visit: www.ariaenergy.com.

The majority owners of Aria Energy are certain private equity funds managed by Energy Investors Funds. For additional information, please visit: www.eif.com.

Media Contact:
Cory Ziskind
ICR
646-277-1232

Aria Energy to be New Corporate Name and Brand for Landfill Energy Systems, Innovative Energy Systems and Timberline Energy

Novi, MI, November 14, 2014 – Landfill Energy Systems, Innovative Energy Systems and Timberline Energy today announced that they have consolidated their names and will now operate collectively as Aria Energy. The Company’s diversified portfolio of energy projects provides baseload renewable energy to utilities and other customers across the United States.

Richard M. DiGia, President & CEO of Aria Energy, commented: “We are entering a new chapter of growth as we continue to develop, own and operate renewable energy projects across the country. This consolidating change in our corporate and brand name better reflects our position in this industry and the degree of integration we have achieved. Our focus on owning, operating and developing long-lived energy projects that deliver stable long-term cash flows remains the same.  We look forward to continuing to execute our growth and development strategy under our new name – Aria Energy.”

About Aria Energy

Headquartered in Novi, MI, Aria Energy provides baseload renewable energy to utilities and other customers across the United States. Through its mergers of Landfill Energy Systems, Innovative Energy Systems and Timberline Energy, Aria Energy owns and/or operates a diversified portfolio of renewable energy projects across 16 states, collectively representing 265.9 MW-equivalent of baseload renewable energy capacity. Aria Energy owns 35 projects that produce electricity or pipeline-quality renewable natural gas and the Company provides operations and maintenance services to nine projects owned by third parties. For additional information, please visit: www.ariaenergy.com

The majority owners of Aria Energy are certain private equity funds managed by Energy Investors Funds. For additional information, please visit: www.eif.com

Media Contact:

Cory Ziskind
ICR
646-277-1232
cory.ziskind@icrinc.com

EIF Renewable Energy Holdings and Seneca Meadows, Inc. Announce Opening of Seneca Energy Renewable Natural Gas Facility

EIF Renewable Energy Holdings and Seneca Meadows, Inc. Announce Opening of

Seneca Energy Renewable Natural Gas Facility

Facility to Produce Equivalent of 25,000 Gallons of Fuel Per Day

Novi, MI and Seneca Falls, NY, July 23, 2014 – EIF Renewable Energy Holdings, a leading landfill gas-to-energy company, and Seneca Meadows, Inc., an environmental award winning waste management company, today announced the opening of Seneca Energy II, a landfill gas-to-renewable natural gas facility located at the Seneca Meadows Landfill in Seneca Falls, NY. The companies celebrated the opening of the facility at a ribbon cutting ceremony on July 22nd.

EIF Renewable Energy Holdings, through its subsidiary Innovative Energy Systems, built Seneca Energy II adjacent to the existing landfill gas-to-electric power generation facility, which has been operational since 1996. Seneca Energy now consists of the existing 17.6 MW landfill gas-to-electric power generation facility and the recently commissioned and operational renewable natural gas facility, which will produce the equivalent of 25,000 gallons of vehicle fuel per day. The new renewable natural gas facility treats and refines landfill gas from the Seneca Meadows Landfill and converts it to pipeline quality renewable natural gas (RNG). The RNG is then moved through the existing natural gas pipeline system to either make electricity with renewable natural gas in an existing natural gas power plant or it can be converted into compressed natural gas for use in vehicles.

“The opening of this innovative RNG facility is another positive step for the use of domestic renewable energy to drive cost-effective and cleaner energy production by enabling the conversion of landfill gas from waste into power generation and transportation fuel,” said Richard M. DiGia, President & CEO of EIF Renewable Energy Holdings. “Our portfolio of landfill gas projects is playing a critical role in displacing the use of fossil fuels and reducing imports of foreign oil, while producing a significantly cleaner fuel than gasoline or diesel. On behalf of the EIFREH management team, I would like to thank all of our partners who made this project a success.”

“Seneca Meadows is proud to partner with EIF Renewable Energy Holdings for the development of another eco-friendly business in Seneca County,” said Don Gentilcore, Area Manager for Seneca Meadows. “Businesses like Seneca Energy and Seneca Energy II benefit all of us: they keep our energy and fuel production here in the U.S., provide good paying jobs, and reduce our nation’s reliance on foreign oil. They also help preserve our natural resources. Partnering with environmentally responsible businesses that stimulate our local economy is just one more way that Seneca Meadows is working to be a valued partner and trusted neighbor to our community.”

About EIF Renewable Energy Holdings

Headquartered in Novi, MI, EIF Renewable Energy Holdings is one of the premier landfill gas-to-energy companies in the United States. Through its mergers of Landfill Energy Systems, Innovative Energy Systems and Timberline Energy, the company has developed over 50 projects across the U.S. during the past 25 years building plants that meet strict air permitting regulations from New York to California, and has worked with both public and private landfill owners and 25 different utilities.  EIF Renewable Energy Holdings has the installed capacity to process in excess of 50 billion cubic feet of landfill gas into 2.2 million mega-watt hours of renewable energy, eliminating the equivalent of 11 million tons of carbon dioxide from rising into the atmosphere. EIF Renewable Energy Holdings owns and operates a diversified portfolio of landfill gas projects across 17 states, collectively representing nearly 265 MWe of base load renewable energy capacity. The company’s portfolio includes 35 projects that produce electricity or pipeline-quality renewable natural gas. EIF Renewable Energy Holdings also provides operations and maintenance services to ten projects owned by third parties. For additional information, please visit: www.landfillenergy.com

About Seneca Meadows, Inc.

Seneca Meadows, Inc. is dedicated to the preservation and advancement of the environment. Since its inception in 1983, they have earned the support of national environmental organizations for their exemplary compliance record and numerous environmental initiatives.

Centrally located in Seneca Falls, New York, Seneca Meadows is the primary disposal facility for businesses and communities throughout the State. In environmental controls, mitigation, and their every day operations, Seneca Meadows exceeds regulatory requirements, providing the highest quality service for their customers and their community.

This commitment to excellence has earned Seneca Meadows the support of prestigious environmental organizations, such as: the National Audubon Society, Ducks Unlimited, and Trout Unlimited. Their efforts have also secured such honors as the 2003 Seneca County Chamber of Commerce Business of the Year Award, the 2009 Rochester Business Journal’s Environmental Leadership Award and the 2012 SWANA Excellence Award for landfill management.

Media Contacts:

Marcy Neumire

Seneca Meadows, Inc.

315-539-5624

mneumire@iesi.com

 

Cory Ziskind

ICR

646-277-1232

cory.ziskind@icrinc.com

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