548 Varick St., Brooklyn, NY 11222

Greenpoint

"waste transfer station"

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Started in 1995 by Mickey Flood, a former Waste Management executive and current IESI President, Texas based IESI was acquired by BFI Canada Income Fund in 2005.  The combined companies operate an international fleet of collection vehicles, 27 transfer stations, 13 recycling facilities, and 22 landfills in 9 US states and 5 Canadian provinces.[1]  With 2,900 employees serving more than 1 million residences and upwards of 100,000 commercial and industrial customers BFI Canada earned revenues of $771 million Canadian dollars in 2006.  Independent Environmental Services Inc. (IESI) manages their New York City operations from an office in Lyndhurst, NJ.

Contact Info
Facility Contact: Don Kerik
Phone: 718-388-2183
Email: dkerik@iesi.com
Website: www.iesi.com
NYSDEC Registration #: 24W36

 

IESI NY 548 Varick handles construction and demolition debris.

Transfer or Disposal Destination, 2006[2]

In 2006 IESI NY 548 Varick handled 168,058 tons of material; this sum represents 1.4% of all waste exported through transfer stations in New York City.
 

Material

Amount (tons)

Facility Name

Location

construction & demolition debris

41,788

Seneca Meadows Landfill

Waterloo, NY

construction & demolition debris

7,870

Brookhaven Landfill

Medford, NY

construction & demolition debris

4,523

Hakes Landfill

Painted Post, NY

metal

4,312

Hugo Neu Schnitzer East

Queens, NY

metal

4,312

Brooklyn, Processing

Brooklyn, NY

aggregate & concrete

21,435

Gold Star Recycling

Morganville, NJ

screenings

21,107

Seneca Meadows Landfill

Waterloo, NY

screenings

21,107

Hyland Landfill

Angelica, NY

screenings

21,107

Ontario County Landfill

Stanley, NY

screenings

21,107

Brookhaven Landfill

Medford, NY

unauthorized medical waste

2

Stericycle

Dunkirk, NY

                 
  1. BFI Canada Income Fund 2006 Annual Report.
  2. IESI NY 548 Varick "Facility Annual Report, 2006". Filed with NYSDEC.  Numbers may not add up because of differences in the way tonnages are accounted for, e.g. scale weight vs. truck count, or because the records are incomplete.

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