COMMERCE CITY, Colo. (Jan. 7, 2013) – Upon the Adams County Commissioners’ decision to approve a re-zoning request by Alpine Waste & Recycling, the company provided the following statement to the media:
“We are grateful to the Adams County staff and the Adams County Commissioners for their thorough consideration of our rezoning application. Alpine Waste & Recycling looks forward to the establishment of an attractive new corporate office building at 73rd
Avenue and Washington Street in 2014; and we are pleased to be able to maintain our headquarters in Adams County. We are also eager to demonstrate to our new neighbors our level of commitment to the community and our willingness to help make the
neighborhood an even better place to work and live.”
The property, now designated for industrial use, was previously zoned as agricultural.
About Alpine Waste & Recycling
Alpine Waste & Recycling is the largest privately held commercial waste, recycling and compost collection company in the Denver area. Founded in 1999 as a single-truck operation, the company has parlayed a customer-service focus into a compound annual
revenue growth rate of greater than 40 percent. With more than 60 trucks and more than 170 employees, Alpine handles more than 300,000 tons of waste and recycle products per year. In 2009, the Colorado Association for Recycling named Alpine as the state’s most outstanding business for its recycling/diversion program (Altogether Recycling™). In 2008 and 2012, ColoradoBiz Magazine named Alpine as the state’s Top Company (Service Category) and Top Company Finalist, respectively; and in 2010 named Alpine as a “Colorado Company to Watch.” Commerce City named Alpine as its 2010 Small Business of the Year; and the Metro Denver Chamber of Commerce named Alpine in 2011 as a Finalist for Green Company of the Year Award. Last year, Alpine was named as the recipient of the ACG’s 2012 Emerging Growth Award. Information: 303-744-9881303-744-9881, or go to www.alpinewaste.com.