We’re CWD, Community Waste Disposal, the largest privately owned waste management company in the DFW metroplex. We got that way by providing first class service and equipment for our customers.
From the very start in 1984, we’ve worked hard to develop a reputation for reliable, on-time service, while offering one of the widest selections of hauling schedules, equipment and recycling programs in the industry. We do whatever it takes to meet your needs.
Our simple formula for satisfying clients is two-fold: The right equipment and the right people. From two trucks and two employees in 1984, to a fleet of over 125 trucks and a staff of over 225 today, we’ve grown carefully, with one constant strategy for success — doing what is best for our customers. This simple yet effective strategy guides us to add only new, state of the art equipment to our inventory (95% of our vehicles are less than 5 years old).
Our commercial accounts have available to them a wide range of trucks with varying capacities and loading mechanisms. Equally important to them is our wide selection of dumpsters and compactors.
Our municipal clients enjoy a wide range of pick up times and special pick up services.
All of our customers are especially happy with our expansive recycling programs for both office buildings as well as municipal pick up.
Thank you for visiting our Web site. We hope you find it informative and easy to navigate. At any time, please contact us by phone or write us a note with the email link found in the Contact Us section.
Greg came to Dallas in 1980 as a sales representative for what was at that time the largest waste management company in the nation. In 1984, with two employees,two trucks, and zero customers, he started Community Waste Disposal, which has grown to become the largest locally owned and operated solid waste hauler in the Metroplex.
Every year CWD ranks among the top fifty of approximately 7,000 waste and recycling companies in the United States. Greg is a past President of the Dallas Corporate Recycling Council, and has served on the Resource Observation Commission Board at the North Central Area of Governments.