by Brianna Crandall — September 20, 2019 — Recycling and Waste Solutions (RWS) just announced that the company has changed its name to RWS Facility Services to reflect its expanded range of comprehensive facility services across North America. The expanded services offered by RWS are designed to boost operational efficiency by providing a single point of contact, programs tailored to a specific industry, and advanced technology that delivers real-time data for smart decision-making and a positive return on investment (ROI).
In addition to continuing to design, implement and manage recycling and waste programs, the company’s additional services include a host of exterior and interior needs, such as plumbing and grease trap cleaning, parking lot repairs, HVAC repair and maintenance, landscaping and more. RWS Facility Services streamlines operations with its one-call, one-team approach for 24/7 full-service sustainable facility services.
Anthony DiIenno, president and CEO of RWS, explained:
Changing our name to RWS Facility Services marks an exciting milestone for our company. Our customers were increasingly turning to us for additional services, so it made sense to offer one convenient stop for operational support and service that is responsive and adaptive to their needs. Expanding our services brings value to companies seeking to increase the sustainability and efficiency of their operations with execution that reduces cost, saves time and improves the overall environment.
The name change, effective immediately, also reflects the company’s entry into new industry verticals that resulted from RWS’ acquisition of Sustainable Solutions Group (SSG) in April.
RWS says its customers include the nation’s largest companies in food service, retail, commercial, multifamily and manufacturing, such as Lowe’s, JCPenney, Panera Bread, Giordano’s, UPS and McDonald’s.
For more information on the company’s one-stop services, visit the RWS Facility Services website. RWS is a portfolio company of Atar Capital, which acquired the business in September 2017.