Texas Disposal Systems (TDS) co-founders and brothers Jimmy and Bobby Gregory plan to keep the business in the family.
Adam Gregory, TDS business development specialist and son of the co-founder, shows the company has plenty of equipment to go into service.
The TDS landfill processed about 575,00 tons of waste last year.
TDS compost develops in windrows at its Creedmoor, Texas, headquarters site.
TDS sells compost it produces under the Garden-Ville brand.
A big pile of recyclables awaits processing at the TDS Material Recovery Facility (MRF).
Paper gets sorted at the TDS MRF.
Workers sort through recyclables at the TDS MRF.
TDS' MRF covers 107,000 square feet.
TDS' MRF processes 300 tons a day of residential and commercial recyclables.
One of the many operations at the TDS Creedmoor headquarters is its scrap yard.
TDS also operates a resale shop for customers of items pulled out of the company's collections.
Texas Disposal Systems operates a variety businesses at its Creedmoor, Texas, headquarters, from a landfill to a material recovery facility to a composting business.
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