Waste Harmonics Welcomes Hires to Business Development Department

ROCHESTER, N.Y., — Waste Harmonics, a Rochester-based managed services provider in the waste industry, is pleased to welcome two new directors of business development to its team: Laura Hart and Miranda Hawryschuk. With strong industry backgrounds, the new duo will pursue strategic opportunities to help boost the company’s business development efforts and play a significant role in the continued growth and success of Waste Harmonics.

As Director of Business Development, Hart is responsible for growing waste consolidation services Nationally in the manufacturing, banking and finance, business and management services, and commercial real-estate markets. She brings nine years of industry experience paired with a seasoned technical sales background to the role and joins the team from Vice President Enterprise Sales, where she was at Refuse Specialist.

Hart earned her Bachelor of Arts in liberal studies from Bowling Green State University and Associate of Arts in culinary art and applied sciences from California Culinary Academy. She resides in Penn Yan, New York.

In her new role, Hawryschuk is responsible for identifying and closing new business opportunities for waste and recycling services within assigned vertical markets throughout the United States and Canada. She brings six years of experience and joins the team from TOMRA Collection Solutions, where she served as director of distribution sales.

Hawryschuk earned her Bachelor of Science in business management from Keuka College and Associate of Arts in human services from Alfred State College. She resides in Canandaigua, New York.

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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