Meridian Waste hosted its Fall Meals & Enjoyable Fest on Saturday, November 6, with raffle prizes together with a flat-screen TV and a drone. Meridian Waste held the Lunenburg Landfill Fall Meals & Enjoyable Fest to showcase the environmental facility and share the corporate’s appreciation for neighbors in surrounding communities. Greater than 60 members of the group loved the free BBQ lunch, video games and actions, and received a number of big-ticket gadgets. The audio headset winners had been Trudy Bishop and Tylasia Taylor. Artwork and Susan Casoni received the flat-screen TV, and Arthur Bennett received the drone.
“We had a good time opening the gates to the group to share our state-of-the-art and remarkably scenic landfill,” stated Meridian Waste’s Lunenburg Landfill Common Supervisor Joe Gustaf. “We admire assembly our neighbors and listening to from them about their new perspective on the landfill. They loved our facility and taking a tour of the grounds.”
The BBQ lunch included pulled pork, BBQ hen, and brisket. Occasion actions included a bounce home, garden video games, a selfie picture space, pumpkin portray, and Contact-A-Truck heavy equipment show.
The landfill is house to numerous native wildlife, together with bald eagles, blue jays, newts, foxes, deer, and lots of butterflies. The Lunenburg Landfill offers an important infrastructure asset to Lunenburg County by providing free disposal to its residents at a number of group drop-off facilities. As well as, the landfill is likely one of the prime revenue-producing properties within the County, with quarterly host payment funds and annual property taxes to profit the County’s treasury and native residents.