Located as we are in the heart of the Midwest’s farmland, sustainability is more of a tradition and culture to the people of Midland Davis than it is a new trend. Indeed, the entire premise of our business is based on the preservation of resources through the collection, sale and reuse of materials that would otherwise be wasted.
As highly visible leaders in this effort, Midland Davis actively encourages both business and individual consumers to actively participate in recycling efforts and to make wise choices when it comes to waste disposal. Both as a company and as individual employees of Midland Davis, we strive to set a positive example by our behaviors at work and in the community.
A few of the things we practice in our operations, as well as preach to our communities include:
» Programs to monitor and save both water and power
usage within our facilities » Optimization of our pick-up and delivery routes for
maximum fuel savings » Use of ethanol blend or diesel fuels within company
vehicles. » Recycling of all Midland Davis office papers » Use of recycled paper and other recycled products
whenever feasible » Support of public campaigns that encourage
recycling, as well as safe disposal of environmentally
Our interest and efforts at sustainability extend beyond environmental concerns. We consider sustainability to include the positive impacts we have on the communities we serve, the safety and welfare of our employees and the maintenance of our company’s financial health. We are committed to expanding these efforts, as well.
Louis (Levinstein) Livingston
arrives in the Quad Cities by
way of England and his native Lithuania. Eager to pursue his American Dream, the 20-year old joins his brother Ike to found Levinstein & Co. Using horse
and wagon to aid the
Midland Davis one of the oldest full-service recycling companies in the Midwest, is fully committed to making a positive impact on the communities and country we serve through active participation and encouragement of recycling efforts that preserve natural and man-made resources for the generations ahead.