November 8, 2005
ACE DISPOSAL DONATES $10,000 TO THE BOYS AND GIRLS CLUB OF MURRAY AND MIDVALE
SALT LAKE CITY - November 8, 2005 - West Valley City-based Ace Disposal, the region's premier independent waste disposal company, donated $10,000 to the Boys and Girls Club of Midvale and Murray. As a locally owned and operated company, the staff at Ace wanted to do something that would help their own community, according to Lon Stalsberg, owner. “This donation is an investment that will pay unbelievable dividends for generations to come,” he stated.
Stalsberg explained the decision to donate to the club came from within the company, from Ace employees. Management found the Ace Disposal staff and their families had personally benefited from the programs instituted by the local Boys and Girls Clubs, which helped drive the decision. Ace put a call out to its many clients, encouraging them to donate by proclaiming Ace would match all donations. From patrons alone, Ace raised $1300. Midvale City, also an Ace client, donated a generous $144,000, which brought the Ace Disposal donation up to the $10,000 maximum matching level.
Ace Disposal now provides waste collection services to more than 6000 commercial customers and residential waste collection for six cities along the Wasatch Front, including West Valley City, North Salt Lake, Centerville, Alpine, South Salt Lake and Tooele. In addition, Ace provides residential curbside recycling for five cities, including West Valley City, Midvale, West Jordan, Alpine and South Salt Lake.
Offering best-in-class service, Ace Disposal provides waste disposal and recycling for businesses and municipalities searching for a trusted partner in their waste disposal needs.