Kimble Featured on "World's Greatest!" TV Series


Kimble Recycling & Disposal to be part of "World's Greatest!" Television Series

Dover, Ohio - December 12, 2013 - How2Media, the producers of the television show "World's Greatest!...", recently announced that Kimble Recycling & Disposal has been selected to be a part of the popular television series.

"Kimble Recycling & Disposal is one of those family owned companies that we like to feature on "World's Greatest!....". A pioneer in the waste and recycling business, starting over 60 years ago, the family continues to innovate and expand; a leader in all aspects of the recycling business. Kimble Recycling & Disposal, operating as the major entity under the Kimble Companies umbrella, is uniquely positioned for further growth. That's what leaders do, they pioneer, grow, and lead. We think their story will be meaningful as well as extremely educational to our viewers", said Gordon Freeman, Executive Producer of the show.

To create the production, How2Media sent a film crew to spend time at the company's old family farm where it all started, as well as the new "state of the art" single stream recycling facility, opened in 2012. "We got the story behind the story on this great and growing company, and to show the 'World's Greatest!...." viewers why Kimble Recycling & Disposal was selected as the test in their category, and therefore featured on the show", said Freeman.

"World's Greatest!...." is a thirty minute show dedicated to highlighting the world's greatest companies, products, places, and people. Each show is a fast-paced tour around the world featuring behind the scenes footage, informative interviews, and exciting visuals.

For the past 63 years, the family-owned Kimble Companies of Dover, Ohio have grown from a modest mining and landfill operation into a diverse, yet integrated, organization focused on energy and resource management. Kimble today employs more than 500 Ohioans providing a range of environmentally responsible products and services related to mineral aggregates including coal, clay and limestone; oil and gas; post-consumer and industrial recycling and non-hazardous waste collection; and disposal. For additional information about Kimble, please contact us.