DALLAS -- USA Waste Services Inc. said it had doubled its revolving credit facility, to $40 million.

The waste management company's agent bank, First National Bank of Boston, was joined by Continental Bank of Chicago. The credit will mature on Nov. 30, 1995.

The bank financing follows a September sale of $46 million of 8.5% convertible subordinated debentures.

Earl E. DeFrates, USA's chief financial officer, said the combination of the two financings provided the company with the financial might to continue to execute its business plan of growing through an aggressive acquisition strategy.

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