SDT’s Torres IV Starts New Garbage Collection Company, IV Waste

NEW ORLEANS – Local entrepreneur Sidney Torres IV, who founded the popular “trash with class” garbage collection company SDT, announced today he is starting a new waste services company called  IV Waste.

         In a statement he said:

 

         “I have decided to get back into the waste business after five years of being gone. Since we provided affordable, timely waste services and great customer service to the business owners and their management they asked me numerous times for us to return because of the lack of service they have received with missed pickups, dirty smelly cans, broken lids that lead to rodent issues and terrible customer service. We were the first and only company that cleaned the French Quarter to a Disney World like clean and made it smell lemony fresh.

         “We are happy and eager to provide the 5 star service that we did in the past once again. My team consists of some of my best original employees from ten years ago. We will have all new trucks, equipment and our signature lemon scent Super Fresh.  The accountability and transparency will be available for all customers through our technology and GPS tracking on each truck. Every customer will have a unique geo-code that allows us to know exactly when the truck makes the pickup or when the truck will be at the location. We pride ourselves on using technology to make us accountable for delivering the highest level of service.

         “After five years of being out of the business we would be honored and are looking forward to servicing you again. We guarantee that you will be serviced on time, cleaned monthly, same day service repairs and no more smelly cans. We would be proud to be your trash provider again and will guarantee better service at a lower cost. IV Waste, L.L.C. will begin service on August 1, 2016. Please call to schedule your service today.”

 

         IV Waste will be providing commercial waste services for the following:

 

Front Load Containers in 2, 3, 4, 6 and 8 cubic yard sizes

• Commercial Buildings, Office, Health Care

• Apartment and Multi-family Housing Units

• Hotels

• Restaurants

•  Large & Small Commercial Businesses, Chain Stores, Convenience Stores

 

Rear Load Containers in 35 gallon, 96 gallon, 2, 3 and 4 cubic yard sizes

• Restaurants

• Hotels

• Large & Small Businesses

 

Roll Off Containers in 30 cubic yards

• Construction Sites

• Home Renovations

• Demolition

 

Compactors & Balers

• Compactors are available to reduce the collection frequency, reduction in space requirements for high volume producers in various sizes from 2 to 40 cubic yards

 

 

 

         Torres IV is listed as Owner and President of IV Waste on the company’s website.

         Amy Bennett-Blanchard is the Chief Executive Officer and Charles (Chuck) Dees IV is the Operations Manager.

         Bennett-Blanchard has a Bachelor of Science in Accounting with a Minor in Management and a Master's in Business Administration and is a licensed Enrolled Agent with the IRS and a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst and expert witness for the courts in the financial division of assets for dissolving marriages. She has experience in local and federal government, small and large business enterprises and previously in the waste industry as the Chief Financial Officer. In her career she has managed over $900 million annually. Bennett-Blanchard and Torres IV have been building and selling companies from the ground up over the last 10 years, they said. Bennett-Blanchard handles the overall management of the company, asset management, forecasting and analyzing financial data, budgeting, controls spending for the operations and focuses on creating value within and for the organization.

         Dees IV has a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and Management. Dees IV has extensive experience in the waste industry as an Operations Manager and District Manager, company reps said. He has knowledge of planning, implementing and executing the daily operations needed for 5-Star Service. Dees IV grew up in the waste industry. His father started his career in the waste industry in New Orleans in the 1970's and as a result he grew up in and around multiple waste companies as his father's career lasted well over 40 years and still continues today as a consultant. Dees IV has mastered going in and streamlining the process in all aspects of the waste operations, company reps said. He previously traveled around the country as a consultant for getting large waste operations to run more efficiently which allowed customers to receive a better service at a lower cost.

 

         IV Waste’s corporate office is located at 365 Canal St. Ste. 2525, and its yard is located at  5451 Morrison Rd.

         The company’s phone number is (504) 224-6670.

 

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