Protecting the Bay and enjoying steamed crabs—it’s the Maryland thing to do.
As an environmental lining company based in Sparks, Maryland, we are proud to help protect the Chesapeake Bay—and pleased to eat the local crabs that come from those very waters.
As a member of the National Waste & Recycling Association (NWRA), our team attended their annual Maryland Chapter Crab Feast on Wednesday, July 18, 2018. This event at Harris Crab House in Grasonville, MD, provided a delicious meet-and-greet opportunity.
The all-you-can-eat crab feast was a great way to network with professionals in the Solid Waste Management industry, such as landfill owners and operators, engineering firms, and consultants who service the private sector.
“Hallaton enjoyed attending the crab feast so we could catch up with colleagues and friends and talk about what’s going on currently within the industry,” said Bob Oler, Hallaton’s Director of Corporate Development. “It’s important for us to deepen our relationships, and we want to stay up-to-date.”
When it comes to networking with seasoned professionals in Maryland, there’s no better way to connect than when Old Bay fills the air.