Caldwell’s Inc., a leading transportation, organics, environmental, and agricultural company, is pleased to announce the successful acquisition of Boone County Resource Recovery Systems, Inc. (BCRRS), a respected waste removal and transfer station entity. This strategic move marks a significant milestone in Caldwell’s Inc.’s ongoing commitment to expand our service area while staying aligned with both company’s core business values.
The acquisition of BCRRS is expected to expand Caldwell’s Inc. service areas to Boone, Clinton, Hamilton, Hendricks, Montgomery, Tippecanoe, and Tipton counties. This partnership will allow Caldwell’s Inc. and Boone County Resource Recovery Systems, Inc. to grow as one team by continuing to provide genuine customer relationships.
“We are excited about the possibilities that this acquisition brings to Caldwell’s Inc.”, said Jordan Caldwell, President and Owner, of Caldwell’s Inc. “By combining our strengths and expertise, we are positioned to further continue servicing central Indiana. With the equipment that BCRRS brings to our fleet and the employees that join our team, we will gain valuable assets that allow us to continually grow alongside our clients in partnership.”
Caldwell’s Inc. is committed to ensuring a seamless transition for Boone County Resource Recovery Systems, Inc. and its employees. Current customers of Boone County Resource Recovery Systems, Inc. can expect uninterrupted service and support during this transition.
For more information about Caldwell’s Inc.’s acquisition of Boone County Resource Recovery Systems, Inc., please call Caldwell’s office at (765)740-4300.
About Caldwell’s Inc.:
Jordan Caldwell has a family history that runs 80 years deep in the waste and recycling industry. In 2017, he started Caldwell’s Inc. that focused on semi and roll-off transportation. A focus for green solutions instantly became a priority for the company. To build the organics division, Caldwell’s Inc. implemented a depackaging and industrial compost facility that processes food grade waste. This process allows us to spread our fertilizer on our 3,000 acres of farm ground, where we grow soybeans, wheat, and corn. The Caldwell’s Inc. team takes great pride in helping provide sustainable solutions for your company’s needs.
About Boone County Resource Recovery Systems, Inc.
BCRRS is a family-owned business that is Indiana owned and operated. They began operating in 1965 as a landfill under the name of Northside Sanitary. In 1991, they became Boone County Resource Recovery Systems, Inc to meet the demands of waste and clean fill disposal needs in central Indiana. BCRRS has 10, 15, 20, 30, and 40 yard roll-off dumpsters available. Service is a priority and our ultimate goal is to provide the best customer satisfaction.