San Antonio waste company files for bankruptcy amid rising dump fees

Warrior Disposal owner Joseph Gonzalez said he is filing for bankruptcy, according to a San Antonio News 4 report on Tuesday, August 2. The company began in 2019 and in 2020 expanded services between Bandera and Loop 1604 to Highway 90 and Loop 1604, according to a social media post.

In a San Antonio News 4 report from June 15, Gonzalez said the company serves over 5,000 customers that range from Boerne to Atascosa County. He told the news station that his company was dealing with inflation and dump fees rose by 47% at the time.

On May 26, the Better Business Bureau revoked Warrior Disposal’s accreditation with the organization due to the waste management company failing to “fulfill all contracts, commitments and representation, address disputes from the Better Business Bureau and provide a response for each complaint,” according to the Better Business Bureau.  

In a comment under the San Antonio News 4 report, customers voiced opinions on the company. Rebecca Van Sickle said, “We were one of their customers. I feel bad for them.”

Another comment didn’t have the same feelings. “Oh, woe is me,” commented Paige Houston Bernstein. “I will no longer have their cans by the time they want them. They can take the charge out of what they owe me. Also, it is not easy to find new service. All the services by me are weeks out due to the mass of incoming calls.”

MySA reached out to Warrior Disposal for comment, but the website and phone numbers are no longer available.

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