For Many Years...
County Waste and Recycling Service, Inc. and Robert Wright Disposal, Inc. have loyally serviced customers across the Greater Capital Region of New York. Above all else, we value safety, integrity and exceptional customer service – reasons we continue to keep the trust and business of so many longtime local customers.
Recently, County Waste and Recycling Service and Robert Wright Disposal filed a lawsuit against Twin Bridges Waste and Recycling, LLC. We’ve created this page to highlight our concerns.
Keep in mind: Scott Earl, the principal owner and executive officer of Twin Bridges Waste and Recycling, owned County Waste and Recycling Service from 1990 until Waste Connections purchased it for over $300 million in 2011.
Below are direct quotations from our November 2020 filing that reflect some of our biggest concerns:
“Twin Bridges' Pattern and Practice of Making False Statements to Solicit Customers”
“Twin Bridges' Interference with Confidentiality and Non-Competition Agreement”
Twin Bridges’ “Tortious Interference with Prospective Business Relations”
“False Statements in Twin Bridges Fliers and Emails”
“Twin Bridges' Trespass Upon and Damage to County Waste Property”
“Twin Bridges has deliberately sought to confuse and mislead consumers of waste and recycling services by making false statements”
Ultimately, “Twin Bridges has acted unfairly and in bad faith and is liable for unfair competition.”
Complaint, Paragraph 127
To read more, please view a copy of our full complaint below.
If you have any information relevant to our lawsuit that you would like to provide, please fill out the form below.