An apparent slow down in the home construction industry in Southeast Alabama is taking its toll on area business.
Large dumpsters designed for construction material is big business.
In Coffee County, several private companies along with the county pick-up the waste and transport it to the landfill in the Victoria Community.
Monday two company presidents, BMI Corp. president Barry Moore and Triangle Waste president Services Scott Motley, went before the Coffee County Commission.
They say local government has an undue advantage when it comes to offering the service.
Coffee County Commission Chairman Thomas Grimsley says the county got into the business two-years-ago to ensure that there's a steady flow of construction related debris into the landfill.
County will continue to provide dumpster service for the construction industry.
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