Saving the environment through innovative technology.
Who we are
Founded in 2011, Keter Environmental Services is a data-driven, end-to-end recycling and waste managed services company focused on providing first-class sustainable programs on a national footprint. We partner with companies who understand that achieving their ESG and sustainability goals are crucial to an effective and successful business strategy. Operating in 45 states and over 600 locations, we approach each opportunity with the knowledge that each company we work with is unique in its waste streams, needs, goals, and challenges.
Our Core Values
We are devoted to creating a sustainable planet by diverting every valuable material from landfills in the simplest, most efficient manner.
We agree only to what we can deliver to our clients, colleagues, and vendors, and always deliver what we agree to.
We operate with an entrepreneurial spirit.
We show generosity, helpfulness, and gratitude to help serve our customers, colleagues, vendors, and partners.
See Beyond the Eyeballs
We see beyond the person and their task to learn who they are and what inspires and excites them to create mutually beneficial relationships, where people feel supported, understood, and motivated.
Sustainability is much more than just a trendy movement. The fact is that we live in a world with finite resources.
We cannot maintain our Earth’s ecosystems if more sustainable choices are not made. If harmful processes are maintained with no change, it is likely that we will run out of fossil fuels, huge numbers of animal species will become extinct, and the atmosphere will be irreparably damaged.
Why We Do What We Do
Waste is abundant
Across the world, more than 2.12 billion tons of waste is produced each year.
Our environment is severely impacted
More than eight million pieces of plastic enter the ocean every single day.
Each year, more than one million seabirds and 100,000 marine animals die from plastic pollution alone.
We need more recycling
In the United States, we only recycle around 28% of what could be recycled.
Saving our environment takes all of us.
This is not a one-person job; it takes us all to help protect our planet. Properly utilizing recycled materials has an enormous impact on the world around us, and this impact is what drives our work.