Video Journals of Frontline Employees Amid COVID-19, Part 3

Over the past few weeks, our frontline employees have experienced many adjustments in the way they come to work and perform their jobs. In a new series of video journals, we are sharing what it’s been like for our drivers, operators, techs, and other employees in the field. You’ll hear stories of how coronavirus (COVID-19) has changed their work and life, how they are keeping safe and healthy, and how proud they are to work for Republic Services and serve the community during these challenging times.

We hope these short videos bring into focus what our frontline employees across the country are experiencing amid COVID-19 and what our Committed to Serve initiative has meant to them, our customers and the communities where they live and work.

This week, we hear from two scale house employees from the King and Queen Landfill in Richmond, VA, who are keeping the scale house clean and safe. Thank you to Susan I., AP/Scale Operator, and Kathy B., Scale Operator, for insight into how their daily routines have changed and why they are taking safety seriously during this time.

Stay tuned next week as we feature a technician in Tennessee and operations clerk in Virginia.

More Frontline Video Journals:

Part 1: Marvin and Hugh, Drivers

Part 2: Adrian and Dale, Operators