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Only a few months after launching garbage collection services in Seattle, CleanScapes Inc. is trying to land a contract with the city of Kent. The contract for the city of 87,000 could be worth about $200 million over its full length of 11 years, said Kelly Peterson, environmental conservation supervisor for Kent.
Once again, the relatively small, Seattle-based CleanScapes will be competing with a few giant corporations, including the two biggest in the industry: Waste Management Inc., a Houston-based company with $12.4 billion in revenue, and Allied Waste, a Phoenix-based company with $6 billion in revenue that recently merged with Republic Services, becoming the second-biggest in the country.