Dwight Saxon has been serving Palm Beach County since 1978. Following his distinguished service in the US Army and a short stint at IBM, Dwight began a career as a Palm Beach County firefighter that would last nearly 30 years.
Working at the busiest fire station in the county, one that received up to 40 calls per day, Dwight often braved hazardous conditions and long, irregular hours in the preservation of lives and Palm Beach County property.
In 1995 Dwight brought that same passion for service when he founded Saxon Archives, a records storage company serving local medical facilities, financial institutions and businesses of all sizes. He expanded his service offerings in 1999 to include secure document destruction and then in 2005 Dwight added scanning and imaging services. Over the years Dwight received numerous requests from his medical facility clients to expand his offerings one more time to include medical waste disposal services. His clients were simply tired of the high prices, hidden fees and poor service they were receiving from their national medical waste provider. So in 2014 Dwight established 360 Medical Waste Solutions, a locally-owned and operated medical waste disposal company dedicated to providing Better Service and Lower Prices to bio-hazardous waste-generating facilities, just like yours. Dwight is a long-term member of the Executives' Association of the Palm Beaches, an exclusive networking group that only admits the owners and CEOs of the top companies in Palm Beach County. Dwight participates in a number of local charitable activities, highlighted by the annual "Kids Cancer Foundation- Breakfast With Santa" event, where he donates use of his 1961 antique fire truck, while helping distribute Christmas gifts from the Palm Beach County Fools.