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CHAMBERS' EMPLOYEES RAISE $180,894 FOR UNITED WAY

 CHAMBERS' EMPLOYEES RAISE $180,894 FOR UNITED WAY
 PITTSBURGH, Nov. 26 /PRNewswire/ -- In its second annual employee


drive, Chambers Development Company, Inc., (NASDAQ: CDVB) raised $180,894 for the United Way of Southwestern Pennsylvania, it was announced today.
 Employees contributed $90,447 and the company matched the total. The total represented a 38.5 percent increase from the 1990 total of $128,600. Sixteen employees chose to become Leadership Givers by contributing gifts of $1,000 or more. Many employees also took advantage of the donor option program which allows the contributor to commit their funds to a particular organization or agency.
 "I am very proud of our employees and grateful that they have so generously opened their hearts and come through to help a terrific organization," said John G. Rangos Jr., Chambers executive vice president. "I want to express my appreciation to Chambers' employees for making this year's United Way campaign a success."
 Tracey Taylor Perles, Chambers' director of community relations and employee campaign manager, said she was pleased with this year's response.
 "The success of the campaign directly resulted from the commitment and enthusiasm of the team members," Perles said. "We all understand the need for the services funded by the United Way."
 Participating in the drive were 600 Pennsylvania employees from the company's corporate headquarters and the following divisions: American Recycling, Northern Region Office, Chambers Hauling, the Monroeville Landfill, William H. Martin Hauling and the Arden Landfill.
 The Chambers' United Way Committee included Perles, and Chambers' employees Greg Stroup, Dan Gallagher, Sandy Hoffman, Coleen Fallon, Kurt Shaner, Ray Sittig, Jeff King, Judy Houpt, Dan Marchitello, Bill Samolovitch, Joe Tipping, Julie Paliscak, Ray Duerr, Lisa Szatkowski, Judy Emory, Regina Evans, Greg Slopek, Jill Graves and Sherri Rhodes.
 Chambers is a leading environmental firm offering services in landfill development, transfer station operation and recycling, as well as the collection, transportation and disposal of residential, commercial, non-hazardous industrial and medical solid wastes.
 The company also provides security through its wholly owned subsidiary, Security Bureau Inc., the 10th largest U.S. security firm.
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 /CONTACT: Jim Leonard of Chambers Development Company, 412-244-7560/
 (CDVB) CO: Chambers Development Company; United Way of Southwestern
 Pennsylvania ST: Pennsylvania IN: SU:


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