Nauset Disposal to Start Residential Trash Service in Plymouth

Plans to open second location in Plymouth...
Nauset Disposal is now offering residential rubbish service in Plymouth (Courtesy photo)

Orleans, MA - Nauset Disposal, Cape Cod’s leading private waste hauler, announced that effective July 1, the company will be offering residential service to customers in the town of Plymouth. In addition to the new territory, Nauset Disposal will be opening a second location in Plymouth, MA in August 2018. This location will accommodate the rapid growth Nauset Disposal has seen over the last several years, create efficiencies as well as greater responsiveness to customers.

With a focus on providing exceptional service while maintaining a commitment to the communities the company serves, as well as the environment, Nauset Disposal is a leading garbage and recycling collector on Cape Cod. With a strong customer base, committed employees, and a true focus on customer satisfaction, expansion into new markets in 2018 was a given. In addition to the corporate headquarters in Orleans, MA, the new office space, scheduled to start construction in the fall of 2018, will double the office footprint as well as support the company’s operations and growth strategy.

“The decision to expand our presence into the Plymouth area was a logical step in our business growth strategy,” said Shawn DeLude, President. “Having a location in the area will allow us to better serve our customers on the Upper Cape and increase our productivity while opening up a new customer base for us to serve. The recent issues with the Town of Plymouth’s subscription disposal service provided an opportunity for us to enter the new market and we are excited to take it.”

Plymouth residents can find more information about Nauset Disposal’s residential service offerings online at nausetdisposal.com/plymouth-residential or by calling 508-747-1055.


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