Casella Waste Systems
Casella Waste Systems (NASDAQ: CWST) is a waste management company based in Rutland, Vermont, United States. Since being formed in 1978 by brothers John and Douglas Casella, the company has grown to cover 34 states.
|Traded as||NASDAQ: CWST|
|Headquarters||Rutland, Vermont, United States|
|John W. Casella (CEO) Edwin D. Johnson (President and COO) David L. Schmitt (Senior Vice President and General Counsel) Ned R. Coletta (Senior Vice President and CFO)|
Number of employees
Casella owns or operates 14 landfills, 32 solid waste collection businesses, 46 waste transfer stations, and 18 recycling facilities. Casella also operates a joint venture with Louisiana-Pacific that produces cellulose insulation.
Casella Waste Systems has 2,800 employees. Total revenues in 2007 were $547 million, on which the company netted a loss of $18 million. In early 2011, Casella Waste Systems announced its plan to divest 130 million dollars of non-core assets, mainly containing recycling facilities outside their core footprint in the northeast United States.