CONSIDERING that Larkspur needs access to a solid waste landfill to serve its inhabitants; and CONSIDERING that Westlock is prepared to supply Larkspur with such a site and that this agreement will be entered into on October 3, 2005 by and between waste Corporation of America, LLC, a Delaware limited liability company (hereinafter referred to as “customer”) and WCA Waste Corporation, a delaware Corporation (hereinafter referred to as “WCA”), for the disposal of customer`s non-hazardous construction and demolition waste. For the purposes of this Agreement, references to “Customer” include any subsidiary of Customer that owns or operates a transfer station in the State of Florida and references to WCA include any WCA subsidiary that has a landfill in the State of Florida. This Waste Disposal Agreement (“Agreement”) will be entered into on or after May 5, 27, 2009 (“Effective Date”) by and between Republic Services of Southern California LLC, a limited liability company in Delaware (“Republic”) and the City of Redlands (“City”). The Republic and the city are sometimes called “parties” individually and together as “parties”. THIS WASTE MANAGEMENT AGREEMENT is established from the date indicated on the first page between Orange County, a political subdivision of the State of California (the “County”) and the party designated on the first page of this Agreement, a company that operates and dates a transfer station (as defined herein) in the county (the “Facility Operator”).