March 7, 2013
Granger Acquisition a Happy Ending for Stockbridge Couple
Change can be a challenge. But it can also prompt good things to happen. Just ask Stockbridge resident Bryan Wilcox.
Bryan joined Granger as a professional driver in August 2011, after working for Stockbridge-based
Mid-Michigan Rubbish. Little did he know he would eventually be reunited with not
March 5, 2013
5G's Disposal Merger with Granger Proves "Good Fit"
When Joe Gostomski joined the Granger team in November 2012 after running 5G’s Disposal in Vestaburg for seven years, it was after considering for a full year whether to merge with the Lansing-based
Joe recognized that he faced challenges with running his own business and he also realized...
November 30, 2012
Granger Energy Partner Dart Container Recognized for Innovative Project
Granger Energy Services supplies landfill gas fuel to Dart Container's Leola, Pennsylvania, facility. The project was recently recognized with the following article.
October 30, 2012
Granger Combines Operations with Two Local Trash Companies to Help Collect Tomorrow's Energy
Granger is pleased to announce it is
combining operations with Mid-Michigan Rubbish
and 5 Gs Disposal. With the addition of customers
and resources from these two local trash companies,
Granger will expand its service territory further to the
east, south and north.
Granger has had a long-standing...
March 13, 2012
Granger Unveils New Brand and Promotes Landfill Gas-to-Energy Education
Ever wonder what happens to your trash once
it leaves your house? Associates from Lansing-based Granger
educated the Lansing community and students from Lansing
Post Oak Magnet School at their Wood Road Generating Station, Tuesday, March 13, with a delicious demonstration about that very question.
January 26, 2012
Granger Project Awarded Community Partner of the Year
The Decatur-Morgan County Landfill, located in Trinity, Ala. and managed by the City of Decatur, was recently awarded the Environmental Protection Agency’s Landfill Methane Outreach Program (LMOP) Community Partner of the Year.
The EPA LMOP seeks to recognize the best in the landfill gas industry....
December 14, 2011
Granger Honored with First-Ever DeWitt Township Outstanding Corporate Citizen Award
The DeWitt Charter Township board awarded Granger the Township’s first-ever Outstanding Corporate Citizen award on Wednesday, Nov. 14, 2011, at DeWitt Township Hall.
The Outstanding Corporate Citizen award recognizes Granger for its positive contributions to the public. The local business was honored...
October 10, 2011
Granger Welcomes Jim's Rubbish Customers
Jim’s Rubbish Removal of Bath Township has announced they are going out of business and Granger Container Service, Inc. will assume waste collection for their customers beginning Monday, October 10, 2011.
“Like us, Granger is a locally and family owned and operated business, Jim’s Rubbish Removal...
September 27, 2011
Decatur-Morgan County and Granger Power Homes with Renewable Energy
Officials from the Decatur-Morgan County Landfill and Granger hosted an open house today for two separate generating plants that will provide green energy to nearly a thousand homes and businesses in the area.
State Senator Arthur Orr of the 3rd District; Rickey Terry, Landfill Director, Decatur-Morgan...
January 12, 2010
South Kent Generating Station Receives EPA Award
On January 12, the EPA's Landfill Methane Outreach Program (LMOP) recognized accomplishments of several of its partners for excellence in innovation and creativity, success in promoting project development and achieving environmental and economic benefits. The award was presented during the 13th Annual LMOP Conference and Project Expo in Baltimore.
November 4, 2009
Granger Recognized for Regional Growth
On November 4, Granger was among seven companies in the greater Lansing area recognized at the 2009 Celebration of Regional Growth. The event, which was put on by the Lansing Regional Chamber, was in honor of companies who chose to locate and expand in mid-Michigan. In addition to receiving recognition at the event and a plaque commemorating the honor, Granger was featured in Assets: Greater Lansing's Portfolio for Growth. Granger was honored for its growth and innovation in the field of renewable energy.
September 15, 2009
Trans-Jordan Generating Station Receives Landfill Gas Utilization Award
Trans-Jordan Generating Station has been selected by the Solid Waste Association of North America (SWANA) to receive the 2009 Landfill Gas Utilization Bronze Excellence Award. The Excellence Awards program recognizes facilities, operations and programs committed to environmentally and economically sound management of solid waste, and encourages innovation in the industry.
July 9, 2009
Republic Services and Granger Partner to Provide Green Energy to Michigan Homes—Thousands of Homes Powered with Whitefeather Landfill's Gas
Officials from Republic Services, Inc. (NYSE:RSG) and Granger today dedicated the Whitefeather Landfill gas-to-energy project, providing renewable energy to Consumers Energy, Michigan's second-largest electric and natural gas utility. The Whitefeather Landfill, in Pinconning, is located on the west side of Saginaw Bay, about 30 miles north of Saginaw.
May 21, 2009
Pennsylvania's Largest Landfill Gas Project Creates Green Energy—Conestoga Landfill Gas Recovery Project Largest Multiple-Customer Project in State
Officials from Republic Services, Inc. (NYSE:RSG); UGI Utilities, Inc.; and Granger today dedicated the Conestoga Landfill Gas Recovery Project, providing green energy to Lancaster County and Berks County businesses.
May 14, 2009
Kent County Board of Public Works and Granger Power Homes with Renewable Energy
Officials from Kent County and Granger hosted an open house today for a generating plant that will provide green energy to thousands of homes and businesses in the area.
May 7, 2009
BWL and Granger Power Thousands of Homes with Renewable Energy
Officials from the Lansing Board of Water & Light (BWL) and Granger hosted an open house today for generating plants that will provide green energy to thousands of homes and businesses in the area.
April 30, 2009
Trans-Jordan Cities, Murray City Power, and Granger Power Thousands of Homes with Renewable Energy
Officials from Trans-Jordan Cities, Murray City Power and Granger hosted an open house today for a generating plant that will provide green energy to thousands of homes and businesses in the area.