ROCHESTER, N.Y., —Waste Harmonics, a Rochester-based managed services provider in the waste industry, is pleased to announce it’s enhancing its leadership team to align with its strategic business growth initiatives. Effective immediately, Mary Way is the vice president of administration/special projects and Tom Moran’s role as vice president of operations is expanding to include overseeing all vendor and customer relations.
As vice president of administration/special projects, Way is responsible for optimizing operational processes and billing efficiencies as well as overseeing acquisition integrations. Way has been with Waste Harmonics for more than 10 years and previously served as the vice president of customer care. Way holds a B.A. Degree in American Studies from Colby College. She resides in Gorham.
As vice president of operations, Moran is responsible for vendor and customer relations as well as managing the equipment group, including compactor, baler and iWaste installation and repairs across the United States and Canada. Moran started with Waste Harmonics in 2019 and has more than 27 years of waste industry experience. He earned his Bachelor of Science in management from D’Youville College and currently resides in West Irondequoit.
“We have strong growth targets and exciting business ventures on the immediate horizon,” said Michael Hess, CEO, founder and president, Waste Harmonics. “Mary and Tom will be instrumental in helping us continue to exceed customer expectations and enhance our operational processes to better meet these goals moving forward.”
Waste Harmonics provides a comprehensive outsourced waste management consolidation service for companies and corporations with up to 5,000+ locations. As a managed waste service provider, Waste Harmonics works with diverse business clients across North America to deliver cost savings, consolidation of invoicing and communications, and recycling and sustainability strategies.
About Waste Harmonics
Waste Harmonics is a unique waste management company providing service brokering in the waste industry. The company manages waste contracts and third-party vendors, and ultimately helps customers with what every business develops: waste. Customized program solutions address waste generator expectations and requirements, dealing with single-source management of service suppliers, quality of service, reduction of costs, data and reporting analytics, consolidated invoicing and landfill diversion.
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