About Ribbon Cuttings

The West I-10 Chamber welcomes new members and new businesses by providing a ribbon cutting event. These events are published on our web site and in the local newspapers. It's just one more way we serve our members and promote your business.

Grand Opening/Ribbon-Cutting of the Waller County

Photo by Buller Productions/Pictured L-R: Jeff Steinhauser; Bessie Rose; Deborah Tallman, WI-10 Chamber; J.L. Rose, BKDD; Orval Rhoads, W.C. Engineer; Jim Meader, WC Recycling Center Manager; Waller County Commissioner Glenn Beckendorff; Rosemary Gambino-Keep Waller County Beautiful President; Jeff McGowan, Sanders Outdoor Landscaping; Sandy Schmidt, Keep Katy Beautiful Chairman; Jamie Wolman, Community Specialist for the City of Katy Parks and Recreation Department and representing Don Elder Mayor of Katy; Keep Waller County Beautiful directors, Bill Herman, Kathryn McAdams, Gina Sims, Robbie Peterson, Julie Ormond, Robert Ormond, Jennifer Duhon, Trey Duhon, Michelle Sorenson, Don Garrett.

The official opening of the Waller County Recycling Center was celebrated on "Waller County Recycles Day" Tuesday, September 28th with more than 65 drive-through customers dropping off recyclables from 8am to 6pm. More than 85 from the surrounding communities attended the Ribbon Cutting Ceremony at 5PM with Waller County Officials, Keep Waller County Beautiful, and the West I-10 Chamber of Commerce.

Waller County Commissioner Glenn Beckendorff expressed gratitude and recognition to the many recycle center's donors, supporters and volunteers - HGAC, Rosemary Gambino, Houston Executive Airport, Raymond Dollins, Kyle Custom Homes, Miller Survey Group, Sanders Outdoors Landscaping, Vince Yokom, Citizens for a Better Waller County, Rooms To Go, Fischer Design Services, Cooperative Teamwork and Recycling Assistance(CTRA), Keep Katy Beautiful, Keep Waller County Beautiful, West Engineering, Orval Rhoads/Waller County Engineer, J.L. Rose, Chip Breaux, Clint Richardson. The Waller County Recycling Center, located at 32159 Morton Rd between Brookshire and Katy, was built with two grants from the Houston-Galveston Area Council and Texas Commission on Environmental Quality.

For more information, contact manager, Jim Meader, at 281.391.2009 or meader@consolidated.net or Keep Waller County Beautiful President Rosemary Gambino at rgambino@consolidated.net.