Jerome L. Taylor Trucking (JLT) is a locally owned and operated waste collection company. In 2002, the company was formed as a second-generation waste collection operation in Washington DC.
The Taylor family began their waste collection legacy in 1972, the year our namesake was born. After growing up and working in the waste business, Jerome Taylor set out to further cement the Taylor name in the history of waste collection in Washington DC. So, after starting with one truck in 2002, servicing the District, Mr. Taylor has overseen the growth of JLT into a multi-state operation, which continues to grow at an exponential rate.
Because of that expansion, we are proud to secure yet another yard. It will house up to 50 of JLT’s collection vehicles and provide our company with the resources to support our continued growth.
Our company prides itself on its history and the support our legacy brings with our continued flawless service. As the senior Mr. Taylor coined, “We don’t talk trash, we move trash”.
Jerome L. Taylor is the president of JLT. His family founded the company in 1972. Since then, he has grown the company into a multi-state operation.
Marc Shaener has a proven track record in successfully developing projects in the environmental and industrial services market.
Some of his skills include:
-Achieving difficult land use approvals
-Engaging in government affairs
-Developing strategic relationships
-Evaluating complex business opportunities and acquisitions
-Managing diverse sales teams
He has successfully created and managed new sales organizations while exceeding revenue expectations through organic and strategic approaches. He has also negotiated a wide range of business opportunities; including private equity investments, industrial facility permitting, as well as federal and local government contracting. He has been recognized for his accomplishments through awards by local governments and environmental organizations, such as the United States Green Building Council.