The Organization’s MissionWheelabrator's mission is to meet your waste needs while delivering clean, renewable power to local communities.
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On average, employees at Wheelabrator stay with the company for 5.4 years. Employees most commonly join Wheelabrator after leaving U.S. Navy. When they leave Wheelabrator, they most frequently get their next job at Covanta.
|Average Length of Employment|
Synagro Technology3.4 years
Veolia North America3.1 years
|Top Employers Before Wheelabrator|
U.S. Navy31.8 %
Waste Management6.6 %
US Army4.6 %
|Top Employers After Wheelabrator|
Waste Management10.1 %
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