The company now adds additional transportation and container resources to its expanding fleet, feeding more recyclables to its ten material recovery facilities.  -  Photo: DTG

The company now adds additional transportation and container resources to its expanding fleet, feeding more recyclables to its ten material recovery facilities.

Photo: DTG

DTG Recycle, a recycler of commercial, industrial, construction, and demolition waste in the Pacific Northwest, has aquired substantially all assets of Hungry Buzzard. Hungry Buzzard, based in Bothell, Washington, operates a fleet of prominent recycling containers throughout the north end of Puget Sound.

With this acquisition, DTG Recycle increases the size of its container and trucking divisions and further strengthens its position as the premier C&D recycler in the Pacific Northwest. DTG Recycle will continue providing Hungry Buzzard customers with the exceptional customer service they’ve grown to expect and is excited to offer them the full suite of DTG Recycle products and services, including sweeper trucks and portable toilets.

A stalwart container hauling company in the Pacific Northwest since 2005, Hungry Buzzard’s fleet of hundreds of roll-off containers and dumpsters are easily identified by their mischievous looking buzzard graphic. Adding these containers to the DTG Recycle fleet will feed even more recyclables to its ten material recovery facilities, preventing valuable material from going to the landfill.

"This one actually has some emotion behind it," Brian Thompson, general manager of Transportation at DTG Recycle, said in a LinkedIn post. "DTG container and hauling started in 2001, which ended up being sold and became Hungry Buzzard in 2003. It’s awesome how this has come back around and back in the family. We are excited to work with these new team members and expand the DTG family."

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