Filco Carting Corp., is a family-owned business infusing generations of quality and values into modern waste management services for the five boroughs of New York City.
Through hard work and dedication to quality, we instill trust and build lasting relationships, which is why, even today, we continue to service generational customers from the 40s and 50s. Though we offer a number of waste management services, and have evolved those sophisticated services over time, our core focus remains the same—provide sustainable, smart, and safe solutions.
Our Modern-Day Fleet
Our city never sleeps, so neither do we—
running 30-40% of our fleet during the
day and 100% at night!
With over 30 of the newest active trucks in the industry, we stay ahead of the curve through implementing state-of-the-art waste services technology. Filco Carting Corp. is dedicated to giving back to our community through environmental protection, especially when it comes to our fleet technology. And as a sophisticated, white-glove waste management company, we can assure you our work goes unnoticed in the best way possible!
While we take immense pride in the work we do and the services we provide every day, showing our care and support for the city we call home is what truly drives us forward.
Filco Carting Corp., shows this commitment through a variety of ways, including taking to the streets to hand out Thanksgiving turkeys to families in need, long-time activism in supporting our local food pantries, participating in holiday toy drives, servicing one of the four pillars of safety—protection—by giving our crew the chance to handpick a new pair of quality work boots each year, and many other community initiatives.
Our dedication to giving back has even been recognized by New York State Senator Julia Salzar, as she awarded Filco with a Certificate of Recognition for the support of our local community. We couldn’t be more proud!
Certified to Serve
Our firm is permitted to remove, process, and dispose of any non-hazardous, non-medical waste. These waste streams include but are not limited to office waste, metal, glass, wood, putrescence (wet waste), construction, and demolition waste.