Trash Collection FAQ
Each day we take many interesting phone calls from customers about our company’s services, solid waste collection, and trash disposal in general. We thought it would be helpful to provide answers to many of these questions and others that may come up i … Continue reading Trash Collection FAQ
Attention Long County Residents
AllGreen Services will begin providing new residential waste collection services to Long County citizens beginning January 1st. Recently we have been delivering all new carts to customers in Long County. Please continue using your old Republic carts th … Continue reading Attention Long County Residents
From Trash To Treasure – The Sullivan Story, Pt. 2 (The Sullivan Environmental Years)
I was 27 years old and newly married when we began Sullivan Environmental Services in 1990. I had no knowledge or degree in running a garbage business, or any business for that matter. At Wake Forest, my degree was in Communications, not Business. Than … Continue reading From Trash To Treasure – The Sullivan Story, Pt. 2
From Trash To Treasure – The Sullivan Story, Pt. 1 (The Early Years)
People have often asked me, “How and why did you get in the garbage business?” The answer is a lengthy one. My dad is a great story teller, and I have asked him many times to tell this one. Since he hasn’t yet taken the time to tell it, I will give it … Continue reading From Trash To Treasure – The Sullivan Story, Pt. 1
How Much Does A New Garbage Truck Cost?
When I first started in the garbage business back in 1990 with my Dad, our first new truck we bought cost $88,000. It had no AC, was a stick shift, with cable controls you had to pull with both hands to make anything work. I remember going to the bank … Continue reading How Much Does A New Garbage Truck Cost?
Working for a Greener Tomorrow
When AllGreen Services was started, we came up with a slogan, “Working for a Greener Tomorrow”. Our goal was simple. We wanted to provide environmentally clean solid waste collection and disposal for our customers in South Georgia. We wanted to leave … Continue reading Working for a Greener Tomorrow