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The waste disposal company appears to have a ways to go on the upside, so keep holding longs.
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Republic Services CEO Donald Slager continues to scoop up attractive assets in the waste management industry.
Republic Services CEO Donald Slager is bullish on the outlook for the waste management business.
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