2701 S I-35 Service Rd,
Oklahoma City , OK 73129 UNITED STATES
Six decades ago, when brothers Willis and Myron January started an Oklahoma City-based waste-disposal business, they set out to do things right. That meant no cutting corners, no skimping on quality – and always putting their customers’ needs up front. It meant laying a foundation of family values and honest work ethic, and building their business brick by brick, based on a core of integrity and commitment.
More than 50 years later, the company has grown substantially, but its foundation is more than strong enough to hold the weight. Offering a single solution for the intelligent collection, transport and disposal of waste products, as well as environmental control services, January Environmental works diligently every day to provide its clientele the very best when it comes to compliance, cost, and customer service.
CEO Cris January Sr. took the helm at January Environmental in 1989. He’d started working for his family’s business in 1976, when he was 18 and possessed a vision to build “a nationwide environmental control company that would offer transportation, disposal and recycling for the industrial sector as our nation developed its environmental guidelines.”
“Timing is everything and our industry flourished,” Cris says. “I sold the first gallon of used oil we collected for 8 cents. Today we market for $2 plus.”
Cris’s vision has taken January Environmental from 50 customers in 1976 to more than 10,000 today. Under his innovative leadership, the company has built:
Industrial waste water treatment facilities that meet the challenge of strict discharge regulations of the Clean Water Act.
Excellent compliance conditions valued by its customers.
A transportation network covering all 48 mainland states from 11 terminals.
A diversified battery of services that supplies customers with a complete package for their waste management needs, and separates January from its competitors.
A growing international footprint.
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