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  • Red River Waste Solutions acquires Nashville company

    September 16, 2016 - Original: Texas-based Red River Waste Solutions has announced its acquisition of Tennessee-based S & K Disposal, effective immediately. This continues Red River’s expansion in the Nashville market that it has served since 2004. The company is now the largest hauler in Davidson County, which contains Nashville. S & K Disposal … More »

  • Red River Waste Solutions Acquires Another Nashville Area Hauler

    August 31, 2016 - Nashville, TN – Red River Waste Solutions (“RRWS”), would like to announce the asset purchase of S & K Disposal in College Grove, Tennessee effective September 1. S & K Disposal has been providing residential waste and recycling collection services in Williamson and Rutherford Counties since 2008. This transaction is … More »

  • Brown Gibbons Lang & Company (BGL) Advises on Divestiture in Solid Waste

    June 8, 2016 - CHICAGO and CLEVELAND, June 8, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — Brown Gibbons Lang & Company (BGL) is pleased to announce the sale of select, non-core hauling assets of Red River Waste Solutions (RR Waste) to Waste Connections, Inc. (NYSE: WCN). The specific terms of the transaction were not disclosed. BGL’s Environmental & Industrial Services team … More »

  • 2015 Nashville Beautiful Art Contest and Rolling Museum

    December 15, 2015 - Ten years ago, Red River Service Corporation, set out to develop a community program that would raise recycling awareness. The result was the Nashville Beautiful Art Contest and Rolling Art Museum. This program has continued to grow in success and popularity each year, and it is once again time for MNPS teachers, art instructors and principals to commission their most artistic students to compete in the contest. The 2015 contest theme is “Imagine a Green Future," and encourages education about the importance of litter prevention, recycling, and energy conservation at home, at school, and in our community. Students’ art should reflect ways to keep Nashville clean and protect the environment on a daily basis. This contest is for 3rd and 4th grade students in the Metropolitan Nashville Public Schools System (MNPS). Each school’s top entry will be eligible to win one of three grand prices or an award of distinction. Prize money will be offered to the art departments of each grand prize winner’s school in the amount of $1500 (1st Place), $1,000 (2nd Place), $500 (3rd Place), and $250 (award of distinction). More »

  • Red River helps reduce UC garbage pickup rates

    July 23, 2015 - By CHRIS MENEES Staff Reporter City manager Kathy Dillon told council members Red River offered to keep this year’s rate the same and rebate the city one month’s residential — a value of about $69,000. In return, Red River asked to extend the terms of the current contract another five … More »