City of Lynwood Contracts MuniEnvironmental for a Solid Waste and Recycling Performance Overview Report

MuniEnvironmental has added the City of Lynwood to its group of clients following a recent agreement to conduct a Solid Waste and Recycling Performance Overview for the municipality.

Within 60 days of the agreement’s finalization, MuniEnvironmental will produce a comprehensive report auditing key areas of the City’s solid waste and recycling programs. Among other tasks, the firm will review the City’s solid waste franchise agreement, determine if the hauler is accurately reporting revenue and haul tonnage and examine the state of the City’s recycling programs. After soliciting feedback from stakeholders, the firm will submit a final report.

“I am proud to have added the City of Lynwood to MuniEnvironmental’s list of municipal clients,” said MuniEnvironmental CEO and Principal Consultant Jeff Duhamel. “Our team has a unique blend of private sector experience and public sector focus, and I’m pleased to apply our expertise to help another city improve its waste system for its residents.”

The City of Lynwood is located at the intersection of the 105 and 710 freeways in the Southern Los Angeles Basin. The full-service city, which is home to over 71,000 residents, was incorporated in 1921.

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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