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Waste Connections: Stability In Waste Management, But At A Premium

Mar. 27, 2023 2:40 AM ETWaste Connections, Inc. (WCN), WCN:CAECL, RSG, WM4 Comments
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  • The waste management industry is poised for continued growth due to increasing demand for services and significant barriers to entry for potential competitors.
  • Waste Connections is a dominant player in the industry and is positioned as an industry consolidator.
  • Waste Connections provides stability but comes at a premium price.
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There is currently a lot of uncertainty prevailing in the environment. Therefore, it's advisable to take a moment to pause and look for stable investment options. One such reliable option is Waste Connections (NYSE:WCN). Nevertheless, it is important to note

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