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These excerpts taken from the WSII 10-K filed Feb 26, 2009.
We face competition from large and small solid waste services companies and may be unable to successfully compete with them, reducing our operating margins
 
The markets in which we operate are highly competitive and require substantial labor and capital resources. We compete with large, national solid waste services companies as well as smaller, regional solid waste services companies. Some of our competitors are better capitalized, have greater name recognition and greater financial, operational and marketing resources than us, or may otherwise be able to provide services at a lower price.
 
We also compete with operators of alternative disposal facilities and municipalities that maintain their own waste collection and disposal operations. Public sector operators may have financial advantages over us because of their access to user fees and similar charges as well as to tax revenue. Responding to this competition may result in reduced operating margins. Further, competitive pressures may make our internal growth strategy of improving service and increasing sales penetration difficult or impossible to execute.
 
We
face competition from large and small solid waste services
companies and may be unable to successfully compete with them,
reducing our operating margins



 



The markets in which we operate are highly competitive and
require substantial labor and capital resources. We compete with
large, national solid waste services companies as well as
smaller, regional solid waste services companies. Some of our
competitors are better capitalized, have greater name
recognition and greater financial, operational and marketing
resources than us, or may otherwise be able to provide services
at a lower price.


 



We also compete with operators of alternative disposal
facilities and municipalities that maintain their own waste
collection and disposal operations. Public sector operators may
have financial advantages over us because of their access to
user fees and similar charges as well as to tax revenue.
Responding to this competition may result in reduced operating
margins. Further, competitive pressures may make our internal
growth strategy of improving service and increasing sales
penetration difficult or impossible to execute.


 




These excerpts taken from the WSII 10-K filed Mar 11, 2008.
We face competition from large and small solid waste services companies and may be unable to successfully compete with them, reducing our operating margins
 
The markets in which we operate are highly competitive and require substantial labor and capital resources. We compete with large, national solid waste services companies as well as smaller, regional solid waste services companies. Some of our competitors are better capitalized, have greater name recognition and greater financial, operational and marketing resources than us, or may otherwise be able to provide services at a lower price.
 
We also compete with operators of alternative disposal facilities and municipalities that maintain their own waste collection and disposal operations. Public sector operators may have financial advantages over us because of their access to user fees and similar charges as well as to tax revenue. Responding to this competition may result in reduced operating margins. Further, competitive pressures may make our internal growth strategy of improving service and increasing sales penetration difficult or impossible to execute.


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We
face competition from large and small solid waste services
companies and may be unable to successfully compete with them,
reducing our operating margins



 



The markets in which we operate are highly competitive and
require substantial labor and capital resources. We compete with
large, national solid waste services companies as well as
smaller, regional solid waste services companies. Some of our
competitors are better capitalized, have greater name
recognition and greater financial, operational and marketing
resources than us, or may otherwise be able to provide services
at a lower price.


 



We also compete with operators of alternative disposal
facilities and municipalities that maintain their own waste
collection and disposal operations. Public sector operators may
have financial advantages over us because of their access to
user fees and similar charges as well as to tax revenue.
Responding to this competition may result in reduced operating
margins. Further, competitive pressures may make our internal
growth strategy of improving service and increasing sales
penetration difficult or impossible to execute.





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This excerpt taken from the WSII 10-K filed Mar 6, 2007.
We face competition from large and small solid waste services companies and may be unable to successfully compete with other solid waste companies reducing our operating margins
 
The markets in which we operate are highly competitive and require substantial labor and capital resources. We compete with large, national solid waste services companies as well as smaller regional solid waste services companies. Some of our competitors are better capitalized, have greater name recognition and greater financial, operational and marketing resources than us, or may otherwise be able to provide services at a lower price.
 
We also compete with operators of alternative disposal facilities and municipalities that maintain their own waste collection and disposal operations. Public sector operators may have financial advantages over us because of their access to user fees and similar charges as well as to tax revenue. Responding to this competition may result in reduced operating margins. Further, competitive pressures may make our internal growth strategy of improving service and increasing sales penetration difficult or impossible to execute.
 
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