|The Winters Rail Terminal is on track, and we appreciate your interest in this important project. In this issue of the newsletter, we share with you some information about Winters Bros. and Brookhaven Rail, LLC, the rail carrier developer of the proposed Solid Waste Rail Transfer Facility in Yaphank. Winter Bros. has been around since 1950 and we wanted to provide you with information about the company and our talented team. For more information, visit our website!|
What Winters Bros. Does Best
Winters Bros. Waste Systems is the leading provider of recycling and solid waste collection, transfer, and disposal services on Long Island. The company’s various operating units are dedicated to providing environmentally friendly, cost-conscious services to customers within the commercial, industrial, residential, and municipal spheres.
Winters Bros. provides a basic, yet essential, service that meets the solid waste needs of its Long Island customers and communities.
Winters Bros. provides a full range of services including:
- Waste collection
- Roll-off service
- Transfer station service
A Proud History Of Service
Winters Bros. has a proud 70-year history of investing in the development of infrastructure to efficiently manage society’s wastes.
Our knowledge and management of the business, coupled with our expertise, are unmatched in the region. We are widely regarded as having the strongest management team on Long Island. Our senior management team averages an impressive 35 years of industry experience. Winters Bros. employs 400 dedicated and talented individuals who share a vision of a cleaner Long Island. We are committed to meeting the waste management needs of our communities.
For more information, visit our website!
The Life & Legacy of Joe Winters
As we grieve the passing of Winters Bros. beloved Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Joe Winters, Winters Bros. also looks back at the incredible life and legacy he leaves behind. As a loving, respected, and dedicated husband, father, brother, and uncle, Joe was most known for his leadership role as Long Island’s largest provider of recycling and solid waste services in the region.
Joe began working in his formative years alongside his mom, dad, uncle, and four brothers as part of the family-owned waste collection company. Joe got his start cleaning trucks, driving trucks, and painting containers. Joe and his brothers worked tirelessly to master the trade, leading the 70-year-old, family-run business to become the largest recycling and solid waste company on Long Island.
Joe is survived by his wife Michele, two sons, Patrick and Sean, and four brothers, Sean, Jimmy, Michael and Andrew.