HOUSTON, Feb. 15, 2011 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- WCA Waste Corporation (Nasdaq:WCAA) announced today that it has entered into an operating agreement with Stoughton Recycling Technologies (SRT) with an option to purchase the company. Stoughton Recycling Technologies is a state of the art C & D recycling facility and transfer station in Stoughton, Massachusetts located three miles from the WCA owned Champion City Recovery (CCR) transfer station, approximately 25 miles South of Boston.
Stoughton Recycling Technologies compliments Champion City Recovery by maximizing the tonnage recycled by utilizing SRT processing capabilities. CCR will continue to handle the post processed residual material which is rail hauled to WCA owned Sunny Farms landfill in Ohio. The agreement positions WCA to increase volumes recycled, internalize increased disposal tons and work with the commonwealth of Massachusetts in becoming a leader in C & D recycling.
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