Flood Brothers Disposal was honored to host Mayor Tony Ragucci and several officials from The City of Oakbrook Terrace as they cut the ribbon on their new, 9000 square foot office space at
17 W 609 14th Street.
Mayor Ragucci was joined by current aldermen Dennis Greco, Bob Przychodni and Frank Vlach, along with former Alderman Jim Prusa and Peggy Walberg of the Planning and Zoning commisson. John Valle, Chairman of York Township was also on hand as Mayor Ragucci called Flood Brothers "great partners and great friends" as he cut the ceremonial ribbon and wished the company well continuing in Oakbrook Terrace. The city and Flood Brothers staff were joined by family and friends to help celebrate the next chapter of the company's continued growth.
Flood Brothers began servicing Oakbrook Terrace in 1992 and opened their first location soon after on Butterfield Rd. The company employs over 175 staff in 5 different locations in the Chicagoland area, still featuring over 20 family members in the day to day operations.
With curbside pickup of recycling, it’s easy for everyone to do their part to help keep our earth clean and green. Since all recyclables go into one bin, called single-stream recycling, you don’t even have to sort it. We do! Paper, cardboard, plastic bottles, glass bottles, beverage and food cans, foil, etc. are collected and hauled to our Materials Recovery Facility where it’s sorted and packaged for reuse.
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According to the EPA, food scraps and yard waste currently make up to 20 to 30 percent of landfills where it takes up space and creates harmful methane emissions. Only 3% of us compost food waste.
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