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Harrison is committed to providing the highest level of service, integrity, value and respect for our environment.
Our vision is rooted in our history serving communities in and around Ventura County, where our family has lived and worked for generations. In the humblest terms, our values come down to this: Service is Everything. This idea sets the standard for our fundamental beliefs and guides our daily decisions.
– Harrison Industries serves the Ventura County cities and surrounding unincorporated areas of Ventura, Ojai, Camarillo, Fillmore, the Conejo Valley and the Channel Islands Beach Community Services District; and the city of Carpinteria in Santa Barbara County.
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Harrison’s Thursday and Friday customers will have trash collection delayed one day for Thanksgiving Holiday
In observance of Thanksgiving this year, Harrison Industries employees are taking the day off on Thursday, Nov. 24. As a result, customers who normally have their trash, recyclables and yard/organic waste collected on Thursday or Friday will have it collected one day...
It was a proud moment for us at the latest Ventura City Council meeting. The kind words flowed Nov. 14 as the council recognized E.J. Harrison & Sons and our 90th anniversary. “They’ve been a part of our community now for many generations,” Councilman Doug Halter...
Congratulations to Jimi Hampton for elevating customer service to new levels here at Harrison. The field supervisor earned a special resolution this year from the Channel Islands Beach Community Services District for his “outstanding public service.” The district...