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National Waste Management Holdings, Inc. (NWMH) Following a Proven Path of Success

May 3, 2017

Almost everyone has seen the cartoon of a big fish gobbling up a smaller fish then getting gobbled up itself by an even larger fish. On Wall Street, growth through acquisitions has typically proved to be immensely popular for every size fish. However, successful accretive acquisitions require experienced management, extensive due diligence, and careful consolidation to unify the entities to create a whole greater than the sum of its parts.

With an objective of four acquisitions per year, National Waste Management Holdings (OTC: NWMH), has been adding synergistic assets at a torrid pace. National Waste Management is a vertically-integrated solid waste management company that in just over 18 months has acquired Waste Recovery Enterprises, Gateway Rolloff Services, Sivart Services, Northeast Data Destruction & Recycling, and Burts Refuse. While consistently increasing organic revenues, the company has vastly broadened its footprint and gained economies of scale with each targeted acquisition, with the results reflected in its year-over-year 2016 triple-digit revenue growth.

With a focus on further strategic expansion, National Waste Management currently operates in Florida and New York. The company provides comprehensive solutions for waste diversion including landfill services, roll-off dumpster operations, commercial and residential collections, transfer station operations, trucking and grinding, mulch sales, paper shredding and hard drive destruction services. While managing waste from inception to final disposal, National Waste still maintains a proactive approach to the environmental concerns of its business and actively works to recycle more and reduce landfill waste.

The company’s strategy is strikingly similar to the one employed by Wayne Huizenga in 1968 when he founded Waste Management, Inc. (NYSE: WM) and began aggressively purchasing smaller waste collection services across the country. It has since gone on to become the largest waste management company in the country and to this day still actively seeks strategic acquisitions nationwide (http://dtn.fm/kEd4U).

Using its own metrics, National Waste Management is following a proven path of success as it continues to grow both organically and through accretive acquisitions. The company has charted a course of expansion and has shown skillful execution in implementation. However, the industry, the path, the success and the similarities beg the question, how long does National Waste Management swallow other businesses before it becomes a target itself?

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National Waste Management Holdings, Inc. (NWMH) Reports 161% Jump in 2016 Revenues Following Two Acquisitions

April 21, 2017

National Waste Management Holdings, Inc. (OTC: NWMH), in a SEC 10-K Annual Report filed on April 17, 2017, for the year ended December 31, 2016, reported revenues of $6,345,324 compared to $2,429,747 (restated) for the same period in 2015, representing a 161% jump. The increase in sales was due primarily to the firm’s acquisitions of Waste Recovery Enterprises, LLC (“WRE”) in October 2015, and Gateway Rolloff Services, LP, on December 1, 2015. Revenue in 2016 also grew due to a larger customer base, increased construction activity in Florida and the May 2016 acquisition of commercial collection company Sivart Services, LLC, which allowed the company to extend services into Cooperstown, New York.

NWMH is a vertically-integrated solid waste management company with six primary operations: landfill services, roll-off dumpster operations, commercial and residential collections, transfer station operations, trucking and grinding and mulch sales. The company operates in Florida and New York. By acquiring Kingston, New York-based Northeast Data, NWMH expanded its revenue stream to include paper shredding and hard drive destruction services.

Northeast Data Destruction & Recycling, since consolidated into WRE, specializes in document destruction services both on- and off-site. Northeast Data has expanded into hard drive destruction services, and the company plans to roll out this service throughout Upstate New York. Northeast Data shreds sensitive documents for banks, law firms, insurance companies, investment firms and other investment entities.

For more information, visit the company’s website at www.nationalwastemgmt.com

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National Waste Management Holdings, Inc. (NWMH) Decreasing Excessive Waste Materials by Recycling Compliant Construction and Demolition Materials

March 31, 2017

Construction and demolition (C&D) materials represent the debris from the demolition, construction, or renovation of buildings, bridges, or even roads. C&D materials are normally heavy materials such as concrete, wood, asphalt, gypsum, bricks, glass, some types of plastic, salvaged building components, metals and trees, among other materials.

In the United States, C&D materials constitute a large percentage of waste, much of which can be transformed into new productive products. According to a report entitled ‘Advancing Sustainable Materials Management: 2014 Fact Sheet’ (http://dtn.fm/HiA4r), over 500 million tons of C&D debris were generated in 2014, with concrete making up 70% of it, asphalt 14%, wood more than 7%, and other products making up approximately 9% between them.

All the materials outlined above can either be reduced, salvaged, recycled, or reused by simply preserving existing buildings rather than constructing new ones, designing new buildings that can be adapted to make them last longer, establishing construction methods that allow for the disassembly and reuse of materials, using different framing techniques, and reducing the various types of interior finishes.

In addition, steps are being taken by companies such as National Waste Management Holdings, Inc. (OTC: NWMH) to reduce the impact C&D has on the environment. NWMH is a solid waste management company located in Central Florida.

The company is focused on operating according to an eco-friendly business model that has been put in place to combat unnecessary waste in Florida and New York. To pursue its mission of being environmentally conscience with a focus on sustainability, NWMH is committed to inspecting all loads and sorting all the materials that arrive in its landfills in order to accept only those that are compliant with the C&D Department of Environmental Protection standards.

In addition to the company’s high level of compliance with the Department of Environmental Protection (DEP), National Waste Management plans on using its picking station to aid the state of Florida in its quest to meet its mandate for 75% recycling by the end of 2020. This incentive will give the company the ability to increase its rate of recyclables and sales of commodities.

For more information, visit the company’s website at www.nationalwastemgmt.com

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National Waste Management Holdings, Inc. (NWMH) Educating People to Make Florida More Environmentally Friendly

March 22, 2017

Although the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) estimates that up to 75% of the United States’ waste stream is recyclable, only 30% of it actually gets recycled each year, according to RecoverUSA.com (http://dtn.fm/C7ncW). Approximately one-third of an average landfill is made up of packaging material, with more than 60% of the landfill being paper, plastic, food waste, glass, and metal.

Only 1% of aluminum products and 1% of plastic products are recycled in the United States each year, although Americans discard 25 million plastic bottles every hour. With paper and cardboard making up most of industrial waste products, if companies establish a paper and cardboard recycling program, they would make a serious positive impact on the environment.

National Waste Management Holdings, Inc. (OTC: NWMH), a growing solid waste management company, is doing everything in its power to educate the people of Florida about the critical value of recycling. Aside from the company’s recent shift in services, NWMH has plans of transforming its fundamental business model to include a portable picking station at the company’s landfill that will help the state meet its mandate for 75% recycling by 2020.

National Waste Management believes that, despite modern-day efforts to make the world more sustainable, people do not understand the full meaning of the common catch phrase “reduce, reuse, recycle”. According to the company: “It’s a simple premise but contains logistics that most don’t consider. By the time you’re ready to recycle something, there are already many environmentally-conscious decisions that have been missed.”

The company is trying to encourage a shift in consumer focus on products that are designed better and produce less waste. Not only this, it wants to help people put more thought into reusing materials and products, as well as educate themselves on products that are made of materials that are recyclable and are accepted by their local waste management services.

For more information, visit the company’s website at www.nationalwastemgmt.com

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National Waste Management Holdings, Inc. (NWMH) – Mixing It Up in the Waste Management Industry

March 10, 2017

National Waste Management Holdings (OTC: NWMH) is turning trash into treasure in its run-up to becoming a leading waste management company in the United States. Specializing in a multitude of solid waste management services, the company recognizes the promise in this highly-regulated industry and is pursuing a growth strategy that merges supplementary acquisitions with organic initiatives.

Over 20 years ago, National Waste established a presence in Hernando, Florida – the base of its operations – before extending its reach to the state of New York. Fast forward to today, and the company is focused on hastening its growth and leveraging the resources at its disposal, including:

  • The backing of its tested leadership team;
  • Industry trends, including national recycling mandates;
  • Prospective increases in residential construction and infrastructure spending; and
  • Strategic company acquisitions.

Operationally, National Waste specializes in services surrounding the removal and hauling off of debris, garbage and waste. The company offers construction and demolition landfill services; commercial and residential dumpster services and roll-off boxes for construction and clean-up projects. It also provides trash collection services and a full service transfer station, as well as wood grinding, demolition, mulch and gravel services for industrial and residential markets.

These days, National Waste continues to press forward with an aggressive business model that calls for one acquisition per quarter by seeking out acquisitive opportunities in Upstate New York and Florida. To name a few, the company acquired both Sivart Services, a roll-off and compactor company in Worchester, NY, and Northeast Data Destruction and Recycling in 2016. More recently, in February 2017, National Waste targeted and closed on another acquisition in the area. This time, it acquired Burts Refuse, a waste disposal and recycling business in West Davenport, NY.

National Waste’s recent acquisitions add to its existing operations while making way for future growth. These deals expand its territory for commercial and residential garbage collection in Upstate New York, increase its roll-off customer base and business relationships and strengthen its equipment line with additional trucks, equipment and containers. They also create overhead cost savings for the company and introduce new income streams to its books.

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National Waste Management Holdings, Inc. (NWMH) is Increasing Shareholder Value with Roll-Up Strategy

March 1, 2017

With over 40 years of relevant industry experience, National Waste Management Holdings, Inc. (OTC: NWMH) is on a roll. The company continues to execute a roll-up strategy that is paying huge dividends. Since 2014, NWMH has executed five M&A transactions, which have resulted in an increased customer base, a wider menu of services and a bigger top line. Now, the company is focused on increasing shareholder value by squeezing synergies from those acquisitions.

NWMH’s roll-up strategy took off on June 16, 2014, after a reverse merger with Sand/Land of Florida Enterprises, Inc. (“Sandland”), which then became a wholly-owned subsidiary of NWMH. Sandland is a solid waste management company currently operating a licensed construction & demolition (C&D) landfill, with primary operations near Tampa, Florida.

On October 15, 2015, NWMH followed up with the acquisition of Waste Recovery Enterprises, LLC (“WRE”). WRE offers residential trash pickup, commercial and residential dumpster service and roll-off boxes for construction and clean-up projects. The company has a transfer station that accepts C&D debris, household trash, furniture and appliances. The company also offers wood grinding, demolition, and mulch and gravel services. Its primary operations are based near Binghamton, New York.

Then, on December 1, 2015, NWMH acquired Gateway Rolloff Services, LP (“Gateway”), a company with its major operations near Tampa, Florida. Gateway offers commercial and residential dumpster service and roll-off boxes for construction and clean-up projects and specializes in the removal of debris, garbage and waste, particularly as it relates to hauling construction and demolition debris. The Gateway subsidiary is focused on servicing general contractors, new home builders, reconstruction, renovation, landscaping and home improvement professionals.

These two major acquisitions turned NWMH into a full service solid waste management company with operations in Florida and New York, but the expansion continued. In May 2016, NWMH acquired Sivart Services, LLC a roll-off and compactor company located in Worchester, NY, in an all cash transaction. The acquisition expanded NWMH’s footprint in the Northeast and, by linking to the company’s permitted waste facility in Bainbridge, NY, has yielded tremendous synergies.

Earlier this year, NWMH announced another acquisition. On December 31, 2016, the company inked a deal to acquire Northeast Data Destruction and Recycling, LLC, located in Kingston, New York. The transaction was in line with the company’s aggressive acquisition strategy calling for at least one acquisition per quarter. Through this rapid strategic expansion, National Waste Management aims to effectively diversify its revenue streams while moving toward full vertical integration.

NWMH is now a full service waste management company offering landfill, transfer station, garbage collection and container services for both the commercial and residential markets in Central Florida and Upstate New York. NWMH processes approximately 200,000 cubic yards of construction debris per year at its 54-acre landfill facility. The company started operations with one roll-off truck and now operates 13 roll-off trucks and approximately 800 containers. Since the year 2000, NWMH has maintained a contract with Citrus County Solid Waste Management landfill to back-up its roll-off trucks.

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National Waste Management Holdings, Inc. (NWMH) Offering Reliable MSW Landfill and Recycling Services

February 24, 2017

Although the volume of waste generated across the U.S. and worldwide grows each year, there are still insufficient waste management solutions, such as landfills or comprehensive recycling, to counter the negative effects this amount of waste can have on the environment. According to World Bank statistics (http://dtn.fm/sWI0j), there are currently over 1.3 billion tons of municipal solid waste (MSW) generated on a global scale, and this number is expected to almost double in the next decade, reaching 2.2 billion tons by 2025. This increase represents a significant hike in per capita generation rates, from 2.6 to 3.13 kilograms per person per day by 2025.

The figure varies from one region to another, depending directly on affluence, local income, industrialization, state of economy and other factors. The United States, for instance, is responsible for approximately 258 million tons of MSW, according to 2014 figures released by the Environmental Protection Agency. According to Duke University statistics (http://dtn.fm/P84nA), the average person in the U.S. generates more than 4.3 pounds of waste per day. Of this, approximately 55 percent – or roughly 136 million tons in 2014 – is landfilled. The rest is either recycled (89 million tons were recycled and composted in 2014, or approximately 34.6 percent) or combusted with energy recovery (about 33 million tons).

Nowadays in the U.S. there are considerably fewer landfills than a couple of decades ago, but the ones still active need to be fully in line with EPA imposed standards to limit the volume of methane emissions as much as possible. Responsible landfill operators such as Florida-based National Waste Management Holdings, Inc. (OTC: NWMH) are already exploring various ways to limit the impact of landfill operations on the environment by including efficient on-site sorting lines and recycling facilities to ensure that only the appropriate kind of waste is landfilled and that anything that can be recycled and recovered – mostly construction & demolition debris – will be.

Located in Hernando, Florida, and also servicing Citrus and Marion counties, National Waste Management Holdings’ 54-acre landfill disposes of about 240,000 cubic yards of C&D debris per year. Operating with the local Department of Environmental Protection’s permit, the landfill is a C&D waste disposal leader on Florida’s west coast, reflecting the company’s strong commitment to working for a cleaner environment. For this purpose, National Waste Management Holdings has changed its business model to make recycling the focus of all its services and also has plans to set up a portable sorting line at the landfill this year in an effort to increase recycling rates.

The landfill operates in strict compliance with Department of Environmental Protection standards and does not accept any kind of material that fails to respect these standards. Approved C&D waste that is received and considered for recycling includes asphalt; brick; lumber and wood; drywall and plaster; dirt, sand and uncontaminated soil; pallets; roofing materials; metal materials; glass; electrical wiring and components; non-asbestos insulation; and more. Any hazardous waste is prohibited, along with residential garbage and putrescible waste; mercury-based devices; gas tanks; auto parts; oil containers; biomedical waste; asbestos; contaminated soil; industrial waste; and more.

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National Waste Management Holdings, Inc. (NWMH) Continues to Grow Thanks to Three-Pronged Approach to Business Strategy

February 22, 2017

Based in Florida, National Waste Management Holdings, Inc. (OTC: NWMH) is a growing waste management company providing compliant and comprehensive solutions for waste management. The company has created long-term partnerships with a variety of customers from multiple sectors, including municipal, commercial, industrial, and institutional.

NWMH operates based upon a three-pronged approach: acquiring complementary businesses in Florida, Upstate New York and surrounding areas; expanding its presence across the United States; and increasing its operational efficiency with both its existing clients and any future acquisitions.

In Florida, the company is currently covering Marion, Citrus, Hernando, Lake, Levy, Sumter, Pinellas, Pasco and Hillsborough Counties. National Waste Management Holdings has been showing impressive growth with an aggressive acquisition strategy, acquiring and restructuring existing “mom and pop type” facilities in Florida and neighboring counties, but also in Kingston, NY, and the surrounding areas in Upstate New York.

National Waste Management Holdings completed its acquisition of a permitted waste processing and disposal facility, Waste Recovery Enterprises, LLC, in Bainbridge, NY, for $250,000 and 2.75 million restricted shares of the company’s common stock. Waste Recovery also offers commercial and residential garbage collection and roll-off services, with plans to expand service offerings to include recycled cardboard and paper shredding operations. In addition to the above, the company recently closed its acquisition of Northeast Data Destruction and Recycling, and it has three acquisitions actively in negotiation, with plans to execute letters of intent for each entity by the end of February, including a construction and demolition (C&D) and class III transfer station in New Port Richey, FL, and a recycling facility in Lakeland, FL.

The company plans to continue enhancing its geographic footprint by exhausting local opportunities and expanding into neighboring counties and states, identifying cash flow positive companies to acquire, and generally building shareholder value through accretive acquisitions and a tuck-in strategy to maximize free cash flow. To expand its national presence, NWMH plans on creating new satellite offices in order to become more customer-centric and operationally economical. In the next three to five years, NWMH plans to make an additional 12 to 20 acquisitions, representing approximately $40 to $65 million in revenue.

For more information, visit the company’s website at www.nationalwastemgmt.com

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National Waste Management Holdings, Inc. (NWMH) Aiming to Become Market Leader via Aggressive Growth and Acquisition Strategy

February 9, 2017

Florida-based National Waste Management Holdings, Inc. (OTC: NWMH), a professional waste management and recycling operator offering a wide range of relevant services, is one step closer to achieving its declared goal of becoming a market leader via its aggressive acquisition strategy and organic growth, after acquiring another company and successfully expanding its activity in upstate New York. National Waste Management Holdings plans to continue growing at the same pace, as it plans to finalize at least one acquisition per quarter and already has a few acquisitions lined up for the year.

Operating a vertically integrated waste management service, National Waste Management Holdings has been demonstrating impressive growth in operations and revenue, owing primarily to its expansion strategy that allowed it to greatly diversify revenue streams. The company offers various waste management and recycling services, including container, transfer station and landfill services for residential and commercial customers in Florida, and it has plans to expand operations along the entire East Coast. A large segment of the company’s activity is centered around its landfill in Hernando, Florida, which disposes of more than 200,000 cubic yards of construction and demolition debris per year, on average. In addition, the company recycles a significant part of collected C&D debris and now operates roughly 800 containers and 14 roll-off trucks.

National Waste Management Holdings has more acquisitions in the pipeline, including a C&D and Class I Transfer Station in Port Richey, Florida. This transfer station, strategically located between the landfill in Hernando and the company’s roll-off operations in the Tampa Bay area, would allow National Waste Management Holdings to expand its coverage and strengthen its network of services in the area.

The company’s most recent acquisition, that of Kingston, New York-based Northeast Data Destruction and Recycling, LLC, helped to expand its operations to a large market in Upstate New York, stretching from NYC to Albany. The acquisition, closed on December 31, 2016, will allow the company to tap into the cardboard recycling and data destruction services, including document and hard drive destruction. This is not National Waste Management Holdings’ first acquisition in the New York area; back in 2015, it acquired Waste Recovery Enterprises, followed a year later by Sivart Services. The company’s acquisition list for 2015 also included Florida’s Gateway Rolloff Services.

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National Waste Management Holdings, Inc. (NWMH) Sees Growth in Shingles Recycling

February 7, 2017

National Waste Management Holdings, Inc. (OTC: NWMH), a vertically integrated solid waste management company, sees growth momentum in the next year for the recycling of shingles as both a fuel resource and asphalt blend. Revenues may, literally, hit the roof.

According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) (http://dtn.fm/LT4iL), about 11 million tons of asphalt shingles are manufactured and disposed of in the United States annually. A majority of the post-consumer shingle waste, the EPA said, comes from residential sites. The EPA says that asphalt shingles can be recycled into hot and cold mix asphalt or into a fuel source. In a relatively new concept not yet fully developed for commercial use, they can also be used in shingle-to-shingle recycling, the EPA reports.

National Waste Management Holdings, Inc. is a growth-by-acquisition company that offers a variety of services for full waste disposal and recycling. It is based in Florida, but also has operations in upstate New York. It maintains a 54-acre landfill in Hernando, Florida, which accepts waste from construction sites. The company offers roll-off dumpsters and a comprehensive program of waste collection services. It specializes in recycling, which turns some recycled waste into retail mulching materials. Long term, the company hopes to expand its market to include the entire east coast of the U.S.

National Waste projects exponential growth in the coming years for the recycling of shingles. The company plans on adding a portable picking station at its landfill in order to increase its concrete recycling program by 25%. Overall, the portable picking station is expected to boost National Waste’s recyclables rate, the company said. National Waste also sells ground wood product to bio-mass energy plants. Additionally, the company markets a line of its own mulch and garden mulch from reclaimed wood at its landfill for residential or commercial use.

Having a diverse revenue stream and an aggressive acquisition strategy, National Waste Management Holdings has committed itself to completing at least one takeover in each quarter. In December 2016, it announced the acquisition of Northeast Data Destruction and Recycling, LLC, based in Kingston, New York. That transaction closed on December 31, 2016.

While National Waste is growing by acquisition, it is also targeting vertical integration. The company said that it is performing due diligence on several companies for possible future takeovers in early 2017.

For more information, visit the company’s website at www.nationalwastemgmt.com

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National Waste Management Holdings, Inc. (NWMH) – A Leading, National Solid Waste Service Company

February 6, 2017

National Waste Management Holdings, Inc. (OTC: NWMH) is making a strong play in the waste industry and taking major steps to turn the page on its growth story. Over the course of three decades, the company has become a notable provider of solid waste management services to Florida’s west coast and New York’s upstate region. By specializing in the collection, hauling, removal and recycling of debris, garbage and waste from construction and demolition sites and, now, through vertical integration, the company is growing, expanding its reach, and adding new services to its portfolio, all at affordable rates.

Comprehensively, National Waste offers trash collection services, roll-off services, a construction and demolition landfill, and a full-service transfer station. For industrial and residential markets, it provides demolition, mulch, gravel and wood grinding services. Lastly, for construction and clean-up projects, it supplies commercial and residential dumpster services and roll-off boxes, as well as construction and demolition landfill services.

National Waste pursues its goal of vertical integration through organic growth initiatives and complementary strategic acquisitions, a strategy that calls for at least one acquisition per quarter so as to diversify the company’s income streams.

National Waste’s acquisition of Northeast Data Destruction and Recycling at the end of 2016 confirmed its management team’s commitment to this assertive business model. It also expanded the company’s business in the upstate New York region of Kingston, where it had already established a presence and was successfully meeting the demand for cardboard recycling and document destruction, hard drive destruction, and other data destruction. With this most recent acquisition, however, the company’s sales team can now also provide roll-off services and additional offerings, and the company is free to pursue plans to set up a physical base in the area – either through a lease or a purchase.

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National Waste Management Holdings, Inc. (NWMH) Committed to Reducing C&D Waste Environmental Impact

January 19, 2017

Construction and demolition (C&D) debris occupies a significant portion of the entire waste stream in the United States, and improper disposal or failure to reuse or recycle this type of waste can have a major impact on the environment. According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (http://dtn.fm/7kyMX), C&D waste amounted to more than 530 million tons in 2014, which was twice as much as the amount of solid municipal waste generated nationwide. Most of this debris (over 90 percent) came from demolition works, while the rest came from construction projects. The largest sector that generated C&D waste was non-residential demolition, followed by residential renovation, the EPA figures show.

Typically consisting of bulky, heavy materials such as wood products, steel, drywall, plaster, bricks and clay tiles, concrete and asphalt and even building components, C&D waste is more difficult to handle, so proper disposal and/or recycling often requires an extra effort on behalf of the contractor or beneficiary of the construction project. Most C&D debris ends up in a landfill, and that is considered the end of its lifecycle. However, due to the EPA’s Sustainable Materials Management approach, a growing volume of construction and demolition waste is now being recovered and recycled, thus reducing the need to mine for virgin materials.

Florida-based National Waste Management Holdings, Inc. (OTC: NWMH), a professional waste management operator offering a comprehensive suite of relevant services, is committed to recycling as much C&D waste as possible from all of its services, primarily from its 54-acre landfill located in Hernando, Florida. The landfill is authorized by the Florida Department of Environmental Protection and disposes of roughly 240,000 cubic yards of C&D waste every year.

With a strong dedication to Department of Environmental Protection standards and to the Sustainable Materials Management approach, National Waste Management Holdings focuses on reducing the volume of excessive waste by recycling several C&D materials. For this purpose, it has transformed its entire line of services to focus on recycling and has plans to set up a portable waste sorting line at its landfill this year, so as to increase recyclable rates. The company receives a wide range of approved C&D waste at its landfill, including asphalt; brick; drywall and plaster; lumber and wood; pallets; dirt, sand and uncontaminated soil; roofing materials; glass; metal materials; non-asbestos insulation; electrical wiring and components; and more.

In its efforts to further reduce the environmental impact of C&D debris, National Waste Management Holdings has already found a great use for the wood debris collected through its landfill and transfer stations: it manufactures and sells its own line of proprietary mulch, a high-quality product already used to help beautify homes and commercial properties throughout west and central Florida. The mulch is made entirely of recycled wood and is available either in natural color or red dyed.

According to the EPA, reducing the amount of C&D debris disposed of in landfills can have significant economic and environmental benefits, such as preserving landfill space; having fewer disposal facilities, which can lower methane gas emissions and other associated environmental issues; reducing the negative environmental impact associated with the extraction and production of virgin construction materials; adding new economic and employment opportunities in the recycling industry; and creating additional business opportunities for local communities.

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National Waste Management Holdings, Inc. (NWMH) Turns Trash into Treasure, Records Strong Revenue Growth

January 17, 2017

National Waste Management Holdings, Inc. (OTC: NWMH) has turned the old aphorism ‘garbage in – garbage out’ on its head. It’s now ‘garbage in, revenues up’. In its last 10-Q filing, for the third quarter ended September 30, 2016, the company reported quarterly revenues of $1.8 million, which represented a 269 percent increase over 2015 same period revenues. This stellar performance in the third quarter boosted revenues in the nine-month period ended September 30, 2016, to $4.9 million, up by 262 percent over same period revenues for 2015. Not all garbage, it seems, is waste.

National Waste operates a licensed 54-acre landfill in Hernando, Florida, that disposes of roughly 240,000 cubic yards of construction debris annually. These landfill services include the disposal of asphalt and rock; lumber and wood; brick; wallboard, drywall and plaster; pallets; rock concrete; dirt, sand and uncontaminated soil; plumbing fixtures; non-asbestos insulation; roofing materials and shingles; glass; piping; waste metal; brush and land clearing; yard and tree waste; and many electrical and wiring components.

However, as extensive as those facilities are, they do not encompass the whole range of landfill services. There’s a lot more to garbage disposal than meets the eye.

Solid waste, defined as household garbage and industrial non-hazardous waste, is disposed of in a variety of landfills. Municipal solid waste landfills (MSWLF) are designed to accommodate the disposal of household waste but may accept other types of non-hazardous wastes, such as commercial solid waste, non-hazardous sludge, and industrial non-hazardous solid waste. A special kind of MSWLF is the bioreactor landfill, designed to degrade waste in a controlled manner.

Even though some commercial solid waste and industrial non-hazardous solid waste ends up in MSWLFs, there are special facilities, known as industrial waste landfills, designed to take commercial and institutional waste. In this category are construction and demolition (C&D) debris landfills, designed exclusively for construction and demolition materials, which consist of the debris generated during the construction, renovation and demolition of buildings, roads and bridges. C&D materials are typically bulky, heavy materials, such as concrete, wood, metals, glass and salvaged building components.

Another type of industrial waste landfill is the coal combustion residual (CCR) landfill, which is meant to accommodate coal ash and other residuals from coal combustion.

With such a heterogeneous landscape, there is ample opportunity for National Waste to continue the implementation of its vertical integration strategy. Apart from its landfill services, the company rents out roll-off containers of 20, 30 and 40 cubic yard capacity. It also offers recycled wood mulch and garden mulch products. The route is clear for National Waste to realize its long-term goal of servicing the entire East Coast, from Florida to New York.

National Waste is a vertically-integrated waste management company offering landfill, transfer station, garbage collection and container services for both commercial entities and residential customers in Central Florida and Upstate New York. The company presently services the counties of Citrus, Hernando, and Marion in Florida and Upstate New York with 13 roll-off trucks and approximately 800 containers.

For more information, visit the company’s website at www.nationalwastemgmt.com

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National Waste Management Holdings, Inc. (NWMH) Services Focused on Creating a Greener, Better Tomorrow

January 10, 2017

Over the last few decades, proper waste disposal and management has become more important than ever, amid growing consumption and waste production, with potentially hazardous consequences for the environment. Despite environmental protection organizations and authorities’ recommendations, recycling efforts are still scarce, both on a residential and industrial level. In this landscape, professional waste management operators such as Florida-based National Waste Management Holdings, Inc. (OTC: NWMH) have taken on a bigger role in raising public awareness and ultimately working for a better and greener tomorrow via a comprehensive suite of waste disposal services ranging from pick-up to recycling and landfill operations.

It is estimated that the United States generates more than 250 million tons of municipal solid waste every year, and that an average person typically creates about four pounds of waste a day. According to Environmental Protection Agency data, about 75 percent of this waste stream is recyclable, yet only roughly 30 percent actually ends up being recycled. In addition to municipal solid waste, the U.S. also generates more than 500 tons of construction and demolition (C&D) debris every year – debris that needs to be disposed of in an eco-friendly manner.

National Waste Management Holdings is dedicated to recycling as much waste as possible from all of its services, with the primary goal of helping the State of Florida meet its mandate for 75 percent recycling by 2020. The company already offers a wide range of waste management services, most notably a 54-acre landfill in Hernando, Florida. The landfill services Hernando, Citrus and Marion counties and disposes of approximately 240,000 cubic yards of C&D debris every year. In addition to the landfill, National Waste Management Holdings also offers roll off waste container rental services, container drop off and pick up services and a line of proprietary mulch manufactured from recycled wood collected at its landfill and transfer station.

The company estimates that at least 12 percent of Florida’s 75 percent recycling mandate can be achieved by recycling C&D debris that is currently being disposed. For that purpose, National Waste Management Holdings has transformed its services and changed its fundamental business model, with plans in the coming year to set up a portable sorting line at its landfill and increase recyclable rates. The sorting line can help the company increase its concrete recycling program by an estimated 25 percent and also to pick clean dimensional lumber to be sold to wood pellet manufacturers. The sorting line also picks shrink wrap plastic and cardboard for recycling.

Working closely with the Florida Department of Environmental Protection and having a strong commitment to being environmentally conscious in all its activities and services, National Waste Management Holdings is positioning itself as a leading provider of waste and C&D debris management operations for both the commercial and the residential sectors. Currently servicing several counties on Florida’s west coast, the company has already expanded operations into New York, is collaborating with the State of Georgia, and has plans for further expansion all throughout the East Coast.

For more information, visit the company’s website at www.nationalwastemgmt.com

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National Waste Management Holdings, Inc. (NWMH) Acquires Northeast Data Destruction and Recycling

January 9, 2017

Before the opening bell, National Waste Management Holdings, Inc. (OTC: NWMH) announced its acquisition of Northeast Data Destruction and Recycling, LLC, located in Kingston, New York. The transaction, which closed on December 31, 2016, continued to support the company’s aggressive acquisition strategy calling for at least one acquisition per quarter. Through this rapid strategic expansion, National Waste Management aims to effectively diversify its revenue streams while moving toward vertical integration.

“We are proud to announce our final acquisition of 2016, an achievement on par with our goal to become vertically integrated via strategic acquisition,” Dali Kranzthor, chief financial officer of National Waste Management, stated in this morning’s news release. “We have more acquisitions in the pipeline and look forward to another year of building value for National Waste and its shareholders.”

In addition to expanding its base operations in Upstate New York, National Waste Management’s acquisition of Northeast Data Destruction and Recycling comes in response to rising customer demand for cardboard recycling and document destruction, hard drive destruction and other data destruction. The company also expects to leverage its extended reach in the region by offering its existing roll-off services to an expanded client base in the area.

“Acquiring Northeast Data Destruction and Recycling extends our reach to Kingston, New York, allowing us to offer roll-off services as we plan future expansion of this location,” Louis “Tiny” Paveglio, chief executive officer of National Waste Management, added in this morning’s release. “The acquisition enables our sales team to offer the additional services in both locations, and at the same time enables us to trim overhead costs.”

With its latest acquisition now in the books, National Waste Management is primed to continue its recent trend of strong revenue growth. In November, the company released its financial results for the third quarter of 2016, which included a 269 percent year-over-year increase in revenue to $1.7 million. For the first nine months of 2016, National Waste Management’s revenue was up 262 percent over the comparable period of 2015, totaling $4.8 million. Paveglio credited this sustained performance to the “effectiveness” of the company’s acquisition strategy and, in correlation, its “growing customer base.” He went on to call for “continued improvements in profitability” resulting from National Waste Management’s most recent acquisitions, including those of Waste Recovery Enterprises and Gateway Rolloff Services in late 2015, as well as the 2016 acquisition of New York-based Sivart Services.

In an interview with NetworkNewsWire released last month, Paveglio gave prospective investors some additional insight into National Waste Management’s near-term expansion plans. He noted that the company has already identified “a couple acquisitions” for which it is currently performing due diligence, with a goal of completing those transactions during the first two quarters of 2017.

For more information, visit the company’s website at www.nationalwastemgmt.com

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At National Waste Management Holdings, Inc. (NWMH), Diverse Revenue Streams lead to Healthy Cash Flow

December 23, 2016

With close to half a million sitting in the bank and in short-term securities at the end of the third quarter (September 30, 2016), National Waste Management Holdings, Inc. (OTC: NWMH) is flush with cash. This is no happenstance or accident. The company plans to become a vertically integrated behemoth with the long-term goal of servicing the entire East Coast from Florida to New York.

National Waste plans to achieve that vertical integration mainly through acquisitions, a strategy that is already proving to be a huge success. Its revenues for the nine-month period ended September 2016 were $4.9 million, rising by 262 percent over 2015 same period revenues of $1.3 million. Management at National Waste may be forgiven for laughing all the way to the bank. Cash and cash equivalents increased by 31 percent. This is one waste management company that’s wasting no time as it vigorously pursues its objective of becoming a major player in the industry.

A vertically integrated company is one that owns or controls successive stages in the supply chain. Since the end product of one stage would normally be the input to another stage, a vertical integration approach has the potential of streamlining processes and reducing costs. The major oil companies have employed such a strategy with telling effect, with interests in the supply chain from exploration to gas stations.

The waste management business has a similar heterogeneous value chain, composed of landfills, transfer stations, residential dumpster service, commercial dumpster service and residential garbage collection. National Waste, with the complementary strategies of acquisition and vertical integration, has been adding services as quickly as it has been extending its geographic reach.

Two of the driving forces behind National Waste’s winning strategy were interviewed by NetworkNewsWire (NNW), the multifaceted financial news and publishing company. CEO Louis “Tiny” Paveglio and CFO Dali Kranzthor sat down with Stuart Smith to discuss the company’s past milestones and its future goals.

With some 25 years of experience in the solid waste industry under his belt, CEO Louis “Tiny” Paveglio is a bright star in the National Waste firmament. He started as Vice President of Waste Recovery, a position from which he managed day-to-day operations and focused on revenue generation and gross margin profitability.

Under his leadership, Waste Recovery has expanded its roll-offs, built a solid waste transfer station and expanded residential garbage routes. In 2002, Paveglio was made CEO of Sandland, another Teelon company. As CEO, Paveglio made many significant changes to increase productivity and efficiencies.

After some restructuring, he increased profits while the downturn in new construction was hitting the C&D industry. He diversified to keep increasing revenue by trucking recycled materials to other various facilities, saving airspace at the landfill while fulfilling the need for recycled materials. When Sandland was acquired by National Waste, Paveglio assumed the position of CEO.

Dali Kranzthor is CFO of National Waste. As a certified valuation analyst, he is proficient in valuing companies and has assisted clients in this capacity with mergers and acquisitions and tax compliance. Before joining National Waste, he worked for many years at a full service CPA firm as director of audit and assurance and valuation.

For more information, visit the company’s website at www.nationalwastemgmt.com

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National Waste Management Holdings, Inc. (NWMH) Set to Capitalize on Untapped East Coast Opportunities

December 16, 2016

The increasing levels of solid waste generated in the U.S. each year is drawing attention from lawmakers, and strategies are being implemented on every level to address the issue. The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) is taking steps (http://dtn.fm/tKM4H) to tap into the minds of state and local government entities, academic institutions, and private non-profit organizations by making available Solid Waste Management (SWM) and Technical Assistance and Training (TAT) grants to improve planning and management of solid waste sites in rural areas. In the business sector, National Waste Management Holdings (OTC: NWMH), a solid waste management company, has been steadily expanding its influence across the East Coast with an aggressive acquisition strategy that is bringing more and more facilities under its wing. The company’s comprehensive waste management approach includes an array of landfill disposal services, roll off containers for rental, and a line of recycled wood and garden mulch.

In a recent, exclusive audio interview (http://dtn.fm/7Yj2m) with NetworkNewsWire, a multifaceted financial news and publishing company, National Waste Management Holdings CEO Louis “Tiny” Paveglio and CFO Dali Kranzthor spoke toward a few of the company’s 2017 acquisition goals. A recent article cites a paper shredding facility in New York as being under consideration, and that acquisition would open NWMH to a sizable market in the region. As it stands, NWMH already services residential and commercial customers in Upstate New York, as well as in its home state of Florida.

An article (http://dtn.fm/8tRw2) from the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America found, upon examining the world’s megacities, that New York exceeds the rest in solid waste production, both in absolute and per capita terms. In addition, despite Tokyo being the largest megacity by population, New York surpasses it in terms of energy consumption of both transportation fuels and heating/industrial fuels. The article also states that New York consumes the energy of approximately two megacities; the equivalent of approximately one supertanker every 1.5 days. Interestingly, statistics in the 2014 Tables and Figures (http://dtn.fm/iWhx3) published by the EPA last month show that the Northeast more than doubles the rest of the nation in terms of municipal waste-to-energy capacity, with nearly 800 tons/day throughput per million people. Resource recovery facilities can turn solid waste into vital energy. One such facility, for example, is the Essex County Resource Recovery Facility that processed 2,800 tons of municipal solid waste per day in 2012 between its two generators, producing approximately 65 megawatts of energy.

While the Northeast led in terms of waste-to-energy capacity as well as estimated MRF throughput in 2014, it had, by far, the least number of landfills in the U.S., per the EPA report, potentially signifying a largely untapped market. SaveOnEnergy.com notes (http://dtn.fm/IebN2) that New York is the largest giver of trash to Ohio, accounting for nearly 32 percent of the state’s out-of-state total, with New Jersey coming in close behind. National Waste Management Holding’s initial acquisition strategies on the East Coast are part of the company’s larger objective of national expansion.

For more information, visit the company’s website at www.nationalwastemgmt.com

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National Waste Management Holdings, Inc. (NWMH) Featured in NetworkNewsWire Exclusive Audio Interview

December 8, 2016

Before the opening bell, NetworkNewsWire (NNW), a multifaceted financial news and publishing company that delivers a new generation of social communication solutions for business, announced the online availability of an exclusive interview with National Waste Management Holdings, Inc. (OTC: NWMH).

NNW’s communications solutions include social communications, news aggregation and syndication as well as enhanced news release services designed to introduce private and public companies to a wide range of audiences. Leveraging a network of more than 5,000 key distribution outlets, NNW gives its clients a voice – be it through audio interview, video production or other tailored means – to better communicate with the investment community.

National Waste CEO Louis “Tiny” Paveglio and CFO Dali Kranzthor capitalized on the platform provided by NNW by speaking toward National Waste’s rapidly growing presence in the East Coast solid waste management industry, which is being spurred on by an aggressive, acquisition-based business model.

The full interview can be heard by visiting http://nnw.fm/nwmh-interview-dec-2016

“Our goal is to do one acquisition a quarter, and we are going to meet that goal,” Paveglio told host Stuart Smith in the interview. “We plan on finishing one up here in the fourth quarter and in 2017 we already have a couple acquisitions that we are doing due diligence on and we intend to roll those in on the first two quarters of 2017.”

CFO Dali Kranzthor echoed this sentiment by highlighting some of the advantages presented by two key acquisitions the company completed in 2015. He also reflected on National Waste’s current corporate goal of becoming vertically integrated.

“We had two key acquisitions that occurred at the end of 2015; two that we did in rapid succession … each one of those almost doubled the company and it also gave us a giant geographic footprint in upstate New York,” Kranzthor added. “The other goal here is to become completely vertically integrated. The highest profitability and the highest margins are when you can take the garbage collection all the way cradle to grave. Very few players in this market have the ability to vertically integrate and have the funds and infrastructure … Only the biggest and the best have the ability to pull that off and so we’re emulating that with our current acquisitions.”

Looking toward 2017, the National Waste executives spoke to the importance of maintaining and broadening relationships with financiers in order to fund acquisitions while continuing to relay the company’s corporate message to investors.

“The exciting thing is that this industry of waste management has a lot of eyes on it and we’ve seen … some amazing acquisitions at the very top level,” concluded Kranzthor. “As a leading company in this space we see that we’re going to basically stumble upon many more opportunities … It’s a very exciting industry and I think over the next couple of years we’re going to see a lot of highlights in this area and a lot more people are going to see us high on the radar.”

National Waste is a growing solid waste management company serving Florida’s west coast and upstate New York with comprehensive solutions for full waste diversion. The company’s current operations center on its 54-acre landfill facility located in Hernando, Florida, which handles average disposals of roughly 240,000 cubic yards of construction debris each year and is already permitted for future expansion. National Waste also offers ancillary services, such as roll-off dumpster services, recycling and retail mulching services.

For more information, visit the company’s website at www.nationalwastemgmt.com

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National Waste Management Holdings, Inc. (NWMH) Protects the Environment with a Range of Green Services

December 6, 2016

In the ‘Advancing Sustainable Materials Management: 2014 Fact Sheet’ (http://dtn.fm/JH1hf) published last month, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) released statistics on the amount of municipal solid waste (MSW) and construction and demolition (C&D) debris generated by U.S. households and businesses. The rising amounts pose a growing risk to the environment and to our health. The range of materials requiring disposal is also increasing.

Since the dawn of the electronic and digital ages, varieties of electronic waste (e-waste), which include computers and associated devices and materials, have multiplied. This mountain of waste poses a troubling challenge to the health of the planet and its inhabitants. Thankfully, it is a challenge that has been taken on by Florida-based National Waste Management Holdings (OTC: NWMH). National Waste is a growing solid waste management company that provides compliant, comprehensive solutions for full waste diversion while managing long-term partnerships with municipal, institutional, commercial and industrial customers.

The EPA Fact Sheet shows that, in 2014, the last year for which comprehensive data is available, Americans generated 258 million short tons (2,000 lbs) of MSW. MSW includes residential waste (including waste from multi-family housing) and waste from commercial and institutional locations, such as businesses, schools and hospitals. About 13 percent, or 33 million short tons, of that was burned as part of an energy recovery scheme. Another 89 million short tons, representing about 35 percent, was recycled and composted, and 136 million short tons, or 52.7 percent, went into landfills.

In addition to the mound of MSW, huge quantities of C&D debris are being generated. In 2014, 534 million tons of C&D debris were disposed of. Concrete composed the largest portion of this assortment, accounting for about 70 percent. Asphalt or blacktop comprised some 14 percent, and wood products made up seven percent. Other products accounted for nine percent combined. Over 90 percent of total C&D debris comes from demolition, naturally, while construction activities generate the other 10 percent. This is all good news for National Waste. When it comes to environmental protection, the company has a range of services that mark it out as decidedly green.

National Waste operates a licensed 54-acre landfill in Hernando, Florida, that disposes of roughly 240,000 cubic yards of construction debris annually. Landfill services include the disposal of C&D debris, asphalt and rock, lumber and wood, brick, wallboard, drywall and plaster, pallets, rock concrete, dirt, sand and uncontaminated soil, plumbing fixtures, non-asbestos insulation, roofing materials and shingles, glass, piping, waste metal, brush and land clearing, yard and tree waste and many electrical and wiring components.

To complement these landfill services, National Waste offers a range of roll off containers for rental. Containers with 20, 30 and 40 cubic yard capacity are available. The company also carries a line of recycled wood mulch and garden mulch, for which it provides bulk delivery service if needed. National Waste’s mulch is proprietary, manufactured from reclaimed and recycled wood at its landfills and transfer stations.

National Waste is also in the vanguard of the thrust by the state of Florida to achieve 75 percent recycling by 2020. The company is looking to transform its services, as well as its fundamental business model, to include a portable picking station in order to meet that objective. The implementation of a portable sorting line at the landfill will enable National Waste to increase its recyclables rate.

National Waste will also start picking clean dimensional lumber, which can be sold to wood pellet producers. The picking station will increase its concrete recycling program by about 25 percent. Additionally, cardboard and shrink-wrap plastic will be baled. The company believes the market for shingles as a fuel and asphalt blend will be growing with momentum in the next year and is dedicated to recycling as much as it can from all of its services.

This aggressive strategy is already showing signs of success. Revenues for the third quarter ended September 2016 were $1.8 million. This represented a 269 percent rise over the third quarter 2015 figure of $0.5 million. Revenues for the nine-month period ended September 2016 were $4.9 million, representing similar growth over 2015 same period revenues of $1.3 million.

For more information, visit the company’s website at www.nationalwastemgmt.com

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National Waste Management Holdings, Inc. (NWMH) Plans Further Growth with Targeted Acquisitions

December 1, 2016

In its latest quarterly report (10-Q), National Waste Management Holdings (OTC: NWMH), a solid waste management company headquartered in central Florida, demonstrated impressive growth. The company is currently running at full speed to achieve its stated objective of becoming a leading national solid waste company through organic growth and acquisitions. Revenues for the third quarter ended September 2016 were stellar at $1.8 million, rising by 269 percent over the third quarter 2015 figure of $0.5 million. Revenues for the nine-month period ended September 2016 were $4.9 million, representing similar growth over 2015 same period revenues of $1.3 million. Now with an aggressive acquisition strategy on the cards, National Waste Management Holdings is set to expand further.

At present, four major acquisition initiatives are planned. The one likely to be executed first is for the construction and demolition (C&D) and Class III Transfer Station in Port Richey, Florida, and due diligence on the deal has already commenced. This facility is centrally located between the company’s Hernando, Florida, landfill and its roll-off operations in Odessa, Florida, which became part of NWMH when Gateway Rolloff Services, LP was acquired.

The acquisition of a cardboard and paper recycling facility in Mulberry, Florida, is also in the offing. Successful completion of this deal, which will include roll-off services, will expand NWMH’s footprint throughout the Lakeland, Florida, area and move the company closer to the Orlando market. Also in Florida, a search is in progress for the acquisition of an industrial-permitted five-acre site meant to be used as a transfer station.

A paper shredding facility in Kingston, New York, is also being considered for possible acquisition. This facility would open NWMH to a large market stretching from New York City to Albany. Due diligence on all of these possible acquisitions is underway.

At present, National Waste Management Holdings operates as a vertically integrated waste management company. The company offers landfill, transfer station, garbage collection and container services for both commercial entities and residential customers in Central Florida and Upstate New York. NWMH’s Sunshine State markets include Citrus, Hernando, and Marion Counties.

Since it began operations, National Waste Management Holdings has disposed of, on average, 200,000 cubic yards of construction debris at its 54-acre landfill facility. The company commenced business with just one roll-off truck but now operates 14 roll-off trucks and approximately 800 containers. In addition, since 2000, the company has been contracted with Citrus County Solid Waste Management landfill to back-up its roll-off trucks. In its quest for national expansion, National Waste Management Holdings is wasting no time.

For more information, visit the company’s website at www.nationalwastemgmt.com

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National Waste Management Holdings, Inc. (NWMH) Announces Engagement of NetworkNewsWire

November 15, 2016

Earlier today, National Waste Management Holdings, Inc. (OTC: NWMH) announced its engagement of NetworkNewsWire (NNW), a multifaceted financial news and publishing company that delivers a new generation of social communication solutions, news aggregation and syndication, and enhanced news release services. Leveraging a rapidly expanding distribution network that currently includes well over 5,000 key syndication outlets, NNW specializes in helping both public and private organizations “find their voice and build market visibility.”

Through its newly-announced Client-Partner relationship with National Waste, NNW will utilize its investor-based Brand Network of partners, as well as various newsletters, social media channels, blogs and other outreach tools, in order to cut through the overload of information in today’s market and generate greater brand awareness for the company throughout the investment community.

“National Waste is rightfully enthused about its growing position in the waste management industry. The Company has reported three straight quarters of revenue growth, powered by the performance of its Florida landfill and supplemented by an aggressive acquisition strategy,” Sherri Franklin, Director of Content Marketing for NNW, stated in this morning’s news release. “We look forward to working alongside National Waste’s management team to elevate the company’s corporate communications with existing shareholders and the broader investment community.”

The NNW announcement continues to build on what has been a hot start to the week for National Waste. On Monday, the company announced its financial results for the three-month and nine-month periods ended September 30, 2016. Among National Waste’s third quarter financial highlights, the company successfully achieved a 269 percent year-over-year increase in revenue, marking its third consecutive quarter of triple-digit quarterly revenue growth. Similarly, National Waste’s revenues for the first nine months of 2016 were up 262 percent from the comparable period of 2015, totaling $4.8 million.

This performance was largely attributed to National Waste’s aggressive acquisition strategy, which included the acquisitions of both Waste Recovery Enterprises and Gateway Rolloff Services during the fourth quarter of 2015. Continuing with this strategy, National Waste also completed the acquisition of Sivart Services LLC, a roll-off and compactor business located in upstate New York, earlier this year. By capitalizing on these growth opportunities, National Waste aims to establish itself as a leading vertically-integrated solid waste management company and a dominant regional player in both Florida’s west coast and upstate New York.

“Simply put, National Waste is on the move. Since 2015 we have completed four strategic acquisitions, demonstrating our commitment to build shareholder and corporate value as well as our ability to penetrate chosen markets with tactical execution of our acquisition strategy,” Louis Paveglio, chief executive officer of National Waste, stated in this morning’s news release. “As we continue to advance our operations and offerings, we believe clear communication with shareholders will further propel the success of our corporate initiatives. By partnering with NNW, we are able to focus on our acquisition-based growth strategy while strengthening our corporate message.”

For more information, visit the company’s website at www.nationalwastemgmt.com

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National Waste Management Holdings, Inc. (NWMH) Announces 269% Revenue Growth for Third Quarter

November 14, 2016

Before the opening bell, National Waste Management Holdings, Inc. (OTC: NWMH) announced its financial results for the three months ended September 30, 2016. Notably, the company achieved year-over-year revenue growth of 269 percent, recording $1.7 million in total revenue for the quarter. National Waste recorded similar growth for the first nine months of 2016, with total revenue of $4.8 million, which marked an increase of 262 percent from the comparable period of 2015.

This financial growth is largely attributable to the company’s aggressive acquisition strategy, highlighted through the 2015 acquisitions of Waste Recovery Enterprises and Gateway Rolloff Services. National Waste leveraged this strategy once again in June of this year, when it acquired Sivart Services, a roll-off and compactor business located in Worchester, New York, in an effort to expand its geographic footprint in the northeast while supporting additional revenue growth.

“We are pleased to report our third-quarter 2016 results, marking three consecutive quarters of triple-digit quarterly revenue growth. Our third-quarter performance largely reflects the effectiveness of our acquisition strategy and, in correlation, our growing customer base,” Louis Paveglio, chief executive officer of National Waste, stated in this morning’s news release. “Moving forward, we expect to see continued improvements in profitability as a result of our acquisitions of WRE and Gateway in 2015, supported by our acquisition of Sivart Services earlier this year and our rapidly expanding presence in the northeast.”

In addition to its strong financial performance, National Waste made efforts to strengthen its position in the solid waste management industry during the third quarter by expanding its management team. On August 18, 2016, the company appointed Dali Kranzthor to the position of chief financial officer. Kranzthor added considerable financial experience to the National Waste team, having previously served in leadership roles with numerous privately-held and publicly-held firms located throughout Florida. Most recently, he served as the director of audit and assurance and valuation services at a boutique accounting firm in St. Petersburg, where he worked with both large private businesses and high wealth individuals.

“During the third quarter of 2016 we continued to execute on our business model and build our team and footprint through effective management and acquisitions,” Kranzthor added in this morning’s news release. “When I joined National Waste in the fall of this year, I walked into a flurry of progression and look forward to providing my expertise for continued growth for the remainder of 2016 and beyond.”

Moving forward, National Waste could look to continue its revenue growth through the completion of additional accretive acquisitions. In a news release earlier this year, Paveglio stated that National Waste had already identified a number of potential acquisition targets that are consistent with its business strategy. The momentum provided by these and other ongoing initiatives is expected to spur additional revenue growth as National Waste continues to expand its solid waste solutions in order to meet growing demand.

For more information, visit the company’s website at www.nationalwastemgmt.com

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National Waste Management Holdings, Inc. (NWMH) Supporting Florida’s Recycling Efforts

November 9, 2016

Since 2008, Florida has been focusing its efforts on its new statewide recycling goal of 75%, to be achieved by 2020. This was later followed by an amendment in legislation to promote the production of renewable energy from waste. As a result of these changes, and others, the recycling rate in the state increased by 4% between 2012 and 2013, according to Waste Management World (http://dtn.fm/lw3BV).

These new efforts to increase Florida’s recycling rates found Jorge Caspary, director of the Division of Waste Management, urging organizations to increase their recycling efforts, since commercial municipal waste makes up approximately 55% of the total municipal solid waste in the state. Since the rise in recycling rate, the amount of solid waste has also increased, from just under 28 million tons to over 30 million, a large portion of this due to construction and demolition waste.

With this in mind, Florida’s Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) found that only about half of commercial solid waste in the state is being recycled. The department believes more commercial recycling would help the state reach its goal of a 75% recycling rate. Other organizations have the same vision and have joined the effort for a more sustainable Florida.

National Waste Management Holdings, Inc. (OTC: NWMH) is a solid waste management company located in Central Florida. The company provides solutions for full waste diversion, which include landfill, transfer stations, roll-off, mulch, and recycling services. More specifically, NWMH provides a construction and demolition (C&D) landfill in Hernando, Florida, servicing Citrus, Hernando, and Marion counties.

NWMH owns a 54 acre landfill facility and has an average annual disposal of approximately 110,000 cubic yards of construction debris. With new housing construction in the U.S. up significantly in recent years, and with further increase on the horizon, National Waste Management Holdings, Inc. plans to acquire complementary businesses, expand its national presence, and increase the operational efficiency of its existing business, all while supporting Florida’s goal to reach a 75% recycling rate target.

For more information, visit the company’s website at www.nationalwastemgmt.com

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National Waste Management Holdings, Inc. (NWMH) is “One to Watch”

November 7, 2016

National Waste Management Holdings, Inc. is a solid waste management company offering comprehensive solutions for full waste diversion along Florida’s west coast and in upstate New York. With an established base of long-term partnerships with municipal, institutional, commercial and industrial customers, along with a successful acquisition strategy, National Waste has set its course to become a leading waste diversion company.

National Waste’s 54-acre landfill facility located in Hernando, Florida, handles annual average disposals of roughly 240,000 cubic yards of construction debris annually. The site also offers an array of ancillary services such as roll-off dumpster services, mulching services and recycling. While the landfill facility is already permitted for future expansion, National Waste’s growth strategy also calls for the opening of new satellite offices in counties and states that neighbor its existing operations.

In addition to increasing its geographic foothold, National Waste employs a strategic acquisition model to increase its overall market share. In 2015, the company acquired Gateway Rolloff Services LP and Waste Recovery Enterprises LLC, which are expected to generate a combined $3.8 million in annual revenue for National Waste moving forward. In the second quarter of 2016, National Waste added Sivart Services to its roster, creating an immediate source of additional revenue and expanding its foothold in the northeast area of New York.

Management has confirmed its interest in additional acquisition targets while demonstrating its ability to effectively integrate and organically grow the company’s existing acquisition companies and maintain efficient operations.

For more information, visit the company’s website at www.nationalwastemgmt.com

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