Monday, April 28, 2014

Elkhart Truck Driver Awarded Title Of “Driver of The Year”

Dave Rogenski, one of Borden Waste-Away’s most veteran drivers, was honored with the title of “2014 Driver of The Year” by the Environmental Industries Association.

Dave was presented with this prestigious award at a ceremony in Atlanta, GA on April 29th. His excellent service and exemplary safety record over the past 18 years that he has dedicated to Borden Waste-Away speaks for itself as to the deserving nature of this award. He has been praised many times over the years by customers for going above and beyond their expectations.

2014 Driver Of The Year Press Release

April 29, 2014 
Contacts: Thom Metzger, (202) 364-3751 or

Elkhart Trash Truck Driver Named Driver of the Year by Waste Industry

ATLANTA (April 29, 2014) — An Elkhart, Indiana, trash truck driver was named Driver of the Year by the national waste and recycling industry’s trade group at an awards ceremony today in Atlanta.

As part of the 46th annual WasteExpo Conference and Exhibition, the National Waste & Recycling Association (Waste & Recycling) honored David Rogenski of Borden Waste-Away Service, Inc., as its Driver of the Year for the Small Company Category.

Saturday, April 26, 2014

Landfill Mining Brought To The Surface

When the word "mining" comes to mind, it is usually paired with a commodity like gold, silver, or
coal. Trash and recycling probably do not make your short list of popular items to be mined, but Landfill Mining and Reclamation (LFMR) has become a more popular process. It was first described and documented in 1953 but the process was not applied again until the 1980s. Several developments and process upgrades occurred between these dates making LFMR a more efficient and effective technological breakthrough.

Thursday, April 24, 2014

Unmanaged Landfills Can Pollute Groundwater

Water, the most abundant compound in the universe, is also the most widely recognized and used. We rely on this precious commodity for several different things including transportation, washing, cooking, helping things grow and, of course, drinking. Basically speaking, if we ran out of water, all living things on Earth would eventually die.

Monday, April 7, 2014

A Case Of Mistaken Identity...Or Taken Identity?

As you would expect, your social security number, driver's license number, bank account numbers, PINs, online usernames and passwords are some of the most important pieces of information to protect as far as identity theft goes.  Did you realize, however, that there are at least 8-10 more key pieces of information that these thieves crave?