Waste, (WM) falls 0.51% to Close at $156.65 on January 14

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Waste Management, Inc. (NYSE: WM) shares fell 0.51%, or $0.8 per share, to close Friday at $156.65. After opening the day at $155.70, shares of Waste, fluctuated between $157.42 and $155.12. 2,086,302 shares traded hands an increase from their 30 day average of 1,610,262. Friday's activity brought Waste,’s market cap to $65,529,257,324.

Waste, is headquartered in Houston, Texas, and employs more than 42300 people.

About Waste Management, Inc.

Waste Management, based in Houston, Texas, is the leading provider of comprehensive waste management environmental services in North America, providing services throughout the United States and Canada. Through its subsidiaries, the Company provides collection, transfer, disposal services, and recycling and resource recovery. It is also a leading developer, operator, and owner of landfill gas-to-energy facilities in the United States. The Company's customers include residential, commercial, industrial, and municipal customers throughout North America.

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