MuniEnvironmental Gains New City Client: El Monte Contracts for 12 Months of Services

MuniEnvironmental gained a new client with the City of El Monte’s recent selection of the firm for a 12-month contract to provide solid waste and recycling consulting services.

“High-quality waste services are absolutely essential for a city to function, and we’re glad that El Monte has selected us to help manage this key task,” said MuniEnvironmental CEO and Principal Consultant Jeff Duhamel. “With El Monte’s addition to our client group, we now have partnered with a dozen cities that recognize the value of our team’s decades of collective experience.”

The City of El Monte chose MuniEnvironmental through a competitive selection process to provide 12 months of waste and recycling management consulting. The firm will provide 15 different services in three support categories: overseeing solid waste and recycling franchise agreements, providing relevant administrative services and helping monitor construction and demolition program regulations.

El Monte covers nearly 10 square miles in the eastern San Gabriel Valley between the San Gabriel and Rio Hondo rivers. The general law city is home to approximately 113,000 residents.

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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