City of Hawaiian Gardens Enters Two-Year Consulting Contract with MuniEnvironmental

The City of Hawaiian Gardens has entered into a two-year consulting contract with MuniEnvironmental to continue receiving assistance related to municipal solid waste.

The two-year agreement provides Hawaiian Gardens with management and oversight services of its Solid Waste Franchise Agreement, ongoing support meeting CalRecycle regulatory requirements, assistance with educational outreach and on-call support services. Additionally, MuniEnvironmental will conduct a biennial audit of franchise performance and finances.

This contract extends MuniEnvironmental’s current work in the City. MuniEnvironmental has assisted Hawaiian Gardens with numerous aspects of its waste disposal program, including helping the city identify and negotiate an agreement with a new solid waste services provider in 2017.

“We’re pleased that Hawaiian Gardens has opted to continue working with us,” said MuniEnvironmental CEO and Principal Consultant Jeff Duhamel. “Leveraging our knowledge of the City and our experienced staff, we’re looking forward to continuing to ensure the municipality is delivering efficient, reliable and sustainable waste services to its residents.”

Incorporated in 1964, the City of Hawaiian Gardens is a full-service city of approximately 14,400 residents located centrally near the 605, 5 and 91 freeways in the industrial heart of the Los Angeles metropolitan area.

With proven expertise in the Solid Waste and Recycling Industries, the experienced professional staff of MuniEnvironmental provides consulting services to municipalities, governmental agencies and certain private sector businesses such as nonprofit organizations and associations, universities, hospitals and campus-style facilities attempting to implement mandated regulatory requirements while striving to preserve their leadership and administrative role with their contract service providers and the business community. MuniEnvironmental has helped municipal clients including the Cities of Bellflower, Corona, Garden Grove, Hawaiian Gardens, Industry, Irvine, Lomita, Paramount and Santa Fe Springs achieve recycling goals, reduce disposal costs, update ordinances and manage complicated franchise agreements.

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