Waste Harmonics Named to the Rochester Chamber Top 100 List

ROCHESTER, N.Y., Nov. 5, 2020 Waste Harmonics, a managed service provider in the waste industry, placed 13th on the 2020 Rochester Chamber Top 100 list. This marks the company’s sixth year in a row of being recognized with this honor.

The annual Rochester Chamber Top 100 program recognizes the fastest-growing privately owned companies in the Rochester and Finger Lakes region. To be eligible for the Rochester Chamber Top 100 program, companies must be privately owned, headquartered in the nine-county Rochester region, and have earned at least $1 million in revenue in each of the three most recent fiscal years.

“It’s an honor to be recognized on the Rochester Chamber Top 100 list for six straight years,” said Michael Hess, CEO, president and founder, Waste Harmonics. “It’s the unwavering dedication and perseverance from our entire team that fosters a customer and business experience second to none, especially through this unprecedented time. Our team is on the forefront of helping customers navigate every step of the way and their commitment day in and day out is a direct correlation to our growth.”

Waste Harmonics provides a comprehensive outsourced waste management consolidation service for companies and corporations with up to 5,000+ locations. As a managed waste service provider, Waste Harmonics works with diverse business clients across North America to deliver cost savings, consolidation of invoicing and communications, and recycling and sustainability strategies.

The company offers a wide variety of services with all types of equipment, including large and small container services, compactors, balers, construction services and recycling.

About Waste Harmonics

Based in Victor, NY, Waste Harmonics is a managed service provider in the waste industry. The company manages waste contracts and third-party vendors, and ultimately helps customers with what every business develops: waste. Customized program solutions address waste generator expectations and requirements, dealing with single-source management of service suppliers, quality of service, reduction of costs, data and reporting analytics, consolidated invoicing and landfill diversion.

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