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Rio Bravo Disposal

Rio Bravo Disposal: Your Trusted Partner in Waste Management Solutions

Rio Bravo Disposal

14 N Line Rd
Del Rio Texas 78840
United States

(830) 746-3006

Business Description

Rio Bravo Disposal is committed to providing waste management solutions that are tailored to your specific needs. We've been in the industry for many years and have earned a reputation of reliability, efficiency, as well as exceptional customer service.

At Rio Bravo Disposal, we understand the importance of proper waste disposal and recycling. That's why we offer a comprehensive range of services, including residential and commercial garbage collection, recycling programs, roll-off dumpster rentals, and more. Our team is dedicated to ensuring that your waste is handled responsibly and in accordance with all environmental regulations.

What sets us apart is our unwavering commitment to customer satisfaction. Whether you're a homeowner in need of weekly garbage pickup or a business looking for reliable waste management solutions, we've got you covered. Our knowledgeable and friendly staff is always available to answer any questions you may have.

Rio Bravo Disposal is a partner you can trust in waste management. With our dedication to excellence and commitment to service, you can rest assured knowing that your waste is in good hands. Contact us to learn more about how we can meet your waste management requirements.

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About Del Rio

Del Rio is a city in and the county seat of Val Verde County in southwestern Texas, United States. As of 2020, Del Rio had a population of 34,673. == History == The Spanish established a small settlement south of the Rio Grande in present-day Mexico, and some Spaniards settled on what became the United States side of the Rio Grande as early as the 18th century. Paula Losoya Taylor built the first hacienda in the area in 1862. U.S. development on the north shore of the Rio Grande did not begin until after the American Civil War. San Felipe Springs, about 8 mi (13 km) east of the Rio Grande on the U.S. side of the border, produces 90×10^6 US gal (340,000 m3) of water a day. Developers acquired several thousand acres of land adjacent to the springs, and to San Felipe Creek formed by the springs, from the state of Texas in exchange for building a canal system to irrigate the area. The developers sold tracts of land surrounding the canals to recover their investment and show a profit. The initial investors (William C. Adams, Joseph M. Hudson, John P. Grove, Donald Jackson, John Perry, Joseph Ney, Randolph Pafford, A. O. Strickland, and James H Taylor) formed the San Felipe Agricultural, Manufacturing, and Irrigation Company in 1868. The organization completed construction of a network of irrigation canals in 1871.

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