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Service transition tips for Inland customers
Service transition tips for Inland customers
Posted on 07/20/2018
On Friday, July 20, Mayor Jim Strickland announced a series of changes in improving solid waste collection across Memphis. On Thursday, the mayor decided to terminate our contract with Inland Waste because of underperformance. 

However, please know that Inland Waste is contractually required to continue service for the next 30 days. After that, Waste Pro will take over.

Here are a few other things to keep in mind during this transition period:

 

  • We will continue to monitor Inland Waste’s performance closely for the next 30 days.

  • We have asked Waste Pro to be ready to step up in advance if any problems arise.

  • During this time, we ask that you continue to put as much waste as you can in your garbage carts so as to help prevent any potential backlog of outside-of-the-cart service as much as possible.

We know there will be some hiccups, but we appreciate your patience during this transition. We are making this transition so that we can achieve the long-term goal of seamless service that we all want.

Please continue to report issues by calling 311, clicking here, or using our 311 app on your smartphone.


 



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