A family member heard there were trash pickup issues in Colorado Springs. With over 27+years in the waste and recycling industry in the foothills operating Teller County Waste, Chaffee County Waste and Mr. Pots, Infinite Disposal was born in 2020 and started operations in January of 2021, a family owned and operated business. We pride ourselves on SPEED, SERVICE AND RESPONSIBILITY.
Jay Baker (Owner/Operator)
Jay has lived in Colorado for over 35 years, while raising his son, two daughters, and loving every minute with six grandchildren. Jay purchased Teller County Waste in 1993 and has been blessed to expand with Chaffee County Waste, Mr. Pots portable restrooms, Mule Creek Gravel, and his latest company “Infinite Disposal.” Jay is passionate about giving back to the community, providing local service, and watching his team engage in a new business at hand. Long hours, determination, and growth has allowed Jay and his companies to be more involved in the community, as this is what keeps himself and his employees committed and excited to expand. Infinite Disposal is an essential business, bringing responsibility, and trust to its customers.
Travis Bauter (General Manager)
Travis has over 20 years of experience in the disposal industry. Growing up, his family owned a small refuse company in northern New York. After moving to Colorado in the early 2000’s he started as a driver with US Waste Industries. After the family-owned company sold to Waste Connections in 2007 he began working for Springs Waste Systems as the Operations Manager. When the owners of Springs Waste Systems decided to sell to Waste Connections in December of 2020 Travis joined the Infinite Disposal family. After several years in the Industry Travis decided it was time to create a truly customer focused waste removal company. In his spare time Travis enjoys spending time with his wife Patti and his 4 dogs. He can be found camping, hunting, fishing, or anything else that gets him outside to spend time enjoying this beautiful state.
Brandon Roethler (Operations Manager)
Brandon began his career with Bestway Disposal. Brandon was always excited to provide his customers with the best possible service that followed the Bestway Disposal ideals. After family owned Bestway Disposal was sold to GFL Brandon struggled to find a company that shared his beliefs. Last year Brandon joined the Infinite Disposal family and feels he has finally found that company. Brandon organizes each day’s events as well as helps train and promote some of the most customer focused employees in the industry. In his free time Brandon enjoys spending time with his wife and four children. Brandon also enjoys anything automotive related
Justin Cook (Head of Maintenance Operations)
Justin Cook grew up and has lived in Colorado Springs for over 40 years. As the shop foreman, he joined the Teller County Waste and Infinite Disposal family in 2020. His career began at the age of 14 working in his father’s family-owned truck repair shop. From then on he has gained expert knowledge and skill on all types of heavy trucks, heavy machinery and equipment, and even military vehicles. Justin's expertise, eye for detail makes him a perfect fit at the Teller County/Infinite team. Justin ensures safe and reliable trucks are on the road.
Hannah Royar - Lead Sales
Hannah, born and raised in Fort Worth, Texas, now considers Colorado her home. After graduating with her Bachelor’s in Psychology, Hannah realized sales was a passion of hers in which she should pursue. Hannah worked in the Teller County Waste and Chaffee County Waste call center for some time and was then promoted to Lead Sales for Infinite Disposal. She enjoys meeting new people throughout her day to day and making local connections with hard working business owners. In Hannah’s free time, you may find her practicing yoga, reading a book, or spending time with her dogs.
Crystal Aragon (Office Manager)
Crystal is a native to Colorado and graduated at Wasson High School. She started her career after high school in the dental field for over 9 years. Crystal had the opportunity to take a position with Springs Waste Systems in 2017 and never looked back. Over the years, Crystal worked her way up to become manager over all commercial accounts. The experience she received at Springs Waste gave her the opportunity to be a part of the team at Infinite Disposal. Crystal is excited to be back with a local owner and family operated business. She has two daughters, Shainne and Alyssa. On her free time, she enjoys hiking, riding bikes, spending time with her family, and most of all, watching her daughter play sports.