San Francisco is Country's Least Wasteful City, Thanks To Waste Management Services

Raleigh, North Carolina (PressExposure) April 27, 2009 -- San Francisco has recently been named as the country's least wasteful city. This means that the city is at the bottom when it comes to the way that its waste impacts the rest of the country, and the rest of the world. This can include any type of waste – such as garbage and human waste – and it also can include the way that San Francisco makes an impact on the rest of the world. The city of San Francisco has thanked its waste management companies and services for this victory., a Waste Management company based in the North East states of North Carolina, South Carolina and DC, helps take care of and eliminate waste from the public and private sectors in these areas. Kevin Daly, owner of TurboHaul, says that taking care of waste is simply his job, and he wouldn't want it any other way. The waste that his company gets rid of is waste that might be dangerous. Dumping wastes in areas where waste doesn't belong – and cleaning up this dumping is part of what TurboHaul does. According to Kevin Daly of, it is an important job. "This dumping can cause all sorts of problems; health hazards from vectors, environmental problems, and much, much more. Concerns at Raleigh, Durham, Baltimore, Washington, D.C., and other adjoining areas are not any different than the ones at San Francisco. It is encouraging to see the services of Waste Management companies being recognized. Our goal, through our own operations and through our TurboHaul franchises is to reach that level here in North Carolina, Virginia and Maryland."

With companies like and others in these states ready and willing to clean up waste and take care of the problems arising from illegal or unsafe dumping, these states stand a much higher chance for a safe, clean state in the future.

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Press Release Submitted On: April 25, 2009 at 2:42 am
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