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Whitecap Waste, LLC (Whitecap), a regional provider of waste management services, is pleased to announce the acquisition of Oak Hill Garbage Disposal, Inc. Raleigh County, West Virginia. This transaction follows Whitecap’s initial acquisition in October 2021 of West Virginia-based Beckley Garbage Disposal Inc. and Beckley Waste Paper, Inc.

Whitecap Waste was formed to build a leading regional solid waste collection and disposal company focused on attractive secondary and tertiary markets through a combination of strategic acquisitions and organic growth. Its target acquisition and growth area include West Virginia and extends to portions of North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Virginia, Maryland, Kentucky, and Ohio.

Jeff Shiring, founder of Whitecap Waste, says, “Whitecap Waste was created by executives who have combined 150+ years of waste industry experience in partnership with Mollitiam Holdings, LLC, a Florida-based private equity group investing in lower to middle market infrastructure opportunities. The Whitecap Waste management team has previously led or held senior management roles acquiring and integrating businesses in the waste management, equipment rental and healthcare services industries.”

Shiring welcomes the Oak Hill organization into Whitecap Waste, adding, “Oak Hill is a 50-year-old family business built on old fashioned values. We are honored that they considered Whitecap as a trusted partner to continue their exceptional name, care for the employees and customers.”

With the acquisition of both Beckley Garbage and Oak Hill, Whitecap will continue building upon its vision of becoming an integrated best-in-class waste management provider in the markets they serve.

“We welcome all of the employees of both Beckley and Oak Hill to the Whitecap Waste team and look forward to finding ways to constantly improve the service we provide our customers in these markets,” concludes Shiring.