ECO Waste Services
This year, ECO Waste Services is partnering with USC School of Medicine Greenville to fight cancer in the upstate. Join our team in supporting cancer patients by donating to the 13th annual Dragon Boat Upstate Festival. By making a donation in support of our Dragon Boat team, you help provide vital cancer research and survivorship programs to cancer patients in our community. So many of us have been touched by cancer in some way and this event provides a way for us to honor and remember loved ones that have faced or continue to face the disease. Make a gift to our Dragon Boat team and know that you are making a difference to cancer patients right here in the Upstate.
About ECO Waste Services
Our History & Experience
Gary Seymore, the president and CEO of ECO Waste Services has over 30 years of experience in the waste collection and recycling industry. ECO Waste provides commercial, industrial, and recycling services.
Our Commitment to Excellence
ECO Waste Service's mission is to provide excellent service that is safe, efficient, and environmentally sound. Customer satisfaction is extremely important, and safety is paramount.
ECO Waste Services provides superior, relationship-based customer service to its customers. We are extremely proud that when ECO Waste Services was founded, many customers from our previous companies became our valued customers once again. In addition, many of our previous employees are now highly appreciated members of the ECO Waste staff. We are extremely grateful for the continuation of personal relationships with both our customers and employees.
Our Commitment to Fighting Cancer
ECO Waste Services and the Seymore family is committed to supporting the fight against cancer. ECO Waste is pleased to have been able contribute to the Dragon Boat event over the past several years. In addition, Grayson Seymore, Gary and Adele Seymore's oldest son, has volunteered at the event for the past two years.
The Seymore family recently named the nursing station in memory of Gary's mom, Nell Seymore, by donating to the new GHS Cancer Institute BMT facility. Nell, known as Nanny by her grandchildren, valiantly fought breast cancer for several years and would loved to have known that a gift in her memory would allow cancer patients to receive treatment in Greenville, SC and not have to travel and be away from their families for an extended period of time.