****Updated December 3rd, 2020****

Missoula County, are you ready for Round 2? We sure are!! BUT we need your support to get YOU another option for waste removal!

Missoula County

Services

Thank you for your interest in waste collection services in Missoula County! We have received our much anticipated permit from the Public Service Commission! At this time, we are actively pursuing a location to set up our operations. We have been trying to get a response from Republic Services as to whether or not they will allow us to dispose of waste at their landfill. We are also exploring other disposal and recycling options. Our staff is continuing to optimize routing and our pricing structure. On March 1, 2019 Republic Services filed a Petition for Judicial Review and Motion to Stay with the District Court, further delaying our entry into the Missoula market. While this has been, and will continue to be a long process. Please know that we are coming. We don't have a hard date yet, but we have plans in motion to get to Missoula County as soon as possible. We are very excited to start servicing Missoula County residents and businesses. Please email us through the "contact us" and we will get back in touch with you as soon as we have more information. Again, Thank you & we look forward to hearing from you.

PSC Commissioner Koopman disagrees in Missoula garbage service case

Sometimes the job of a commissioner requires as much moral courage as it does deliberative and sound judgment. In this matter, the Montana Public Service Commission's decision was devoid of both.

Let there be no misunderstanding. The bully on the block (Republic Services), exercising its legal rights, has succeeded in knocking out not only its opponent, but also the referee. Its opponent - L&L Site Services - had the moral courage to stand up to the multi-billion-dollar behemoth. The referee - the Montana PSC - did not.

The evidentiary record in this latest round of Jack Dempsey vs. The Gecko was essentially the same as in the previous round, when the commission, in Order No. 7594c, wisely reconsidered its earlier rejection of the L&L application for Missoula County, and granted them the authority to compete there with Republic Services.....