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“My faith was renewed,” A small Christmas miracle for one Oklahoma family

“My faith was renewed,” A small Christmas miracle for one Oklahoma family

POSTED 4:12 PM, DECEMBER 21, 2018, BY , UPDATED AT 07:33 PM, DECEMBER 21, 2018. The article can be viewed here.

DAVIS, Okla. - On the side of the road and along a busy highway is one of the last places you'd want a gift meant for a loved one to be laying around but, for one Oklahoma woman, it was meant to be.

WCA’s CFO, Dianna Cervantes Is the First Female Finisher at Race for the Cure

WCA’s CFO, Dianna Cervantes Is the First Female Finisher at Race for the Cure

It was a bright day at Sam Houston Park, Downtown Houston. Athletes and casual supporters of the fight against breast cancer had on their pink. It was obvious people from all over wanted to contribute. The interest and attitude towards the great cause were all that mattered on this day.

WCA Expands Throughout the Houston Market By Combining Forces with Global Waste Services, LLC

WCA Expands Throughout the Houston Market By Combining Forces with Global Waste Services, LLC

Global Waste Services is a Houston waste collection company that provides trash and recycling services for industrial, commercial, and residential customers in the greater Houston market. In addition to collection operations, Global Waste Services also operates the largest independently-owned Material Recovery Facility (MRF) in the Houston area and processes more than 50,000 tons of recovered fiber per year. The merger with Global Waste Services enables WCA to expand its sustainability efforts and offer more recycling options to Houston area customers.

What’s Wrong with Recycling?

What’s Wrong with Recycling?

By Bill Caesar, CEO WCA Waste and former President of WM Recycling

 

WCA Awards its Inspire Scholarship to Inspiring Florida High School Students

WCA Awards its Inspire Scholarship to Inspiring Florida High School Students

Last week WCA awarded The WCA Inspire Scholarship to two bright Florida high school students. WCA provided a unique platform for the students to avail the scholarship for education. The WCA Inspire Scholarship idea was conceived to help the talented students, irrespective of their college or university, to pursue an education while having a focus on improving the environment.

The procedure to compete for the scholarship was to prove your mettle through an essay. Students were required to write an essay on any on the topic regarding an environmental issue, which their community is facing. It was also required to include viable solutions to combat the issues. The length of the essay to be submitted was required to be between 500 to 1000 words. A dozen of students from different Florida high schools submitted their essay, out of which, WCA experts chose the top two, which highlighted the issue and the solutions in a clear and efficient manner.