COMPOST2016 Keynote Speakers
Mathy Stanislaus was nominated by President Barack Obama for the position of the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Assistant Administrator for the Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response (OSWER), and he began his service on June 8, 2009, after confirmation by the U.S. Senate.
As Assistant Administrator for OSWER, Mr. Stanislaus leads EPA’s programs that revitalize communities through the cleanup and redevelopment of contaminated sites under Superfund, Brownfields, and Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) programs; oversee other federal agencies’ cleanup of contaminated properties; and advance hazardous and solid waste materials management under RCRA, chemical plant safety, oil spill prevention, underground storage tank program, and emergency response. He is the longest tenured Assistant Administrator for OSWER.
Mathy and EPA are on the forefront of transitioning from waste management to life-cycle based materials management through the Sustainable Materials Management Initiative. He is actively leading the United States’ role in the G7 Alliance for Resource Efficiency. Through the G7, EPA is advancing Sustainable Materials Management on a global scale by convening stakeholders from across business, academia, and others to identify best practices is resource efficiency. Mathy is also leading OSWER’s actions to advance the President’s Climate Action Plan including the implementation of OSWER’s adaptation plan. Mathy is also the Tri-Chair of the Obama Administration Chemical Facility Safety and Security Working Group that is spearheading the effort to improve the safety of chemical plants and communities. Mathy is passionate about open government, expanding transparency, and empowering local communities.
Mr. Stanislaus is a chemical engineer and environmental lawyer with over 20 years of experience in the environmental field in the private and public sectors.
Joe Lamp’l’s (aka joe gardener®) infatuation with gardening and nature began as a child. After a run-in with his parents’ favorite shrub, he panicked and jammed the broken branch into the ground. A few weeks later, it had taken root. Joe was not only relieved; he was also hooked on horticulture.
As one of the country’s most recognized and trusted personalities in gardening and sustainability, that passion for living a greener life is evident to a nationwide audience who watches Joe in his current role as Executive Producer and Host of the award-winning PBS series, Growing a Greener World® and previously as host of Fresh from the Garden on DIY Network and GardenSMART. Joe also shares his know-how on NBC’s TODAY SHOW, ABC’s Good Morning America, The Weather Channel and through his popular books, podcast series, nationally syndicated newspaper column and more.
Our educational sessions speakers include:
He will present, “How and Why to Interpret Your Test Results“
Jan Allen has worked at Frost Valley for 12 years. 2 of those years were spent running the day to day operations of the main camp composting and the past ten have he has been at the farm still overseeing the main camp operation while implementing a composting and manure management system for the farm.
Jan supervises all aspects of the composting and manure management for the 90 horse program and the farm livestock including collection, composting, and distribution.
He will present, “A Model called Community Supported Biocycling“
Diana Aquino is the Organics Process Analyst at Walker Environmental Group Inc. She has been with the company for 4 years and as part of her role she is responsible for QA/QC, as well as, ensuring the compost facility is in compliance with set procedures and legislation.
Diana presented in 2015 on the new Ontario Composting Standards.
She will present, “Greening Our Highways“
Golnaz Arab is a PhD student in Environmental Engineering in the Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering at the University of Alberta. She has started her PhD under the supervision of Dr. Daryl McCartney in 2011. Her research area is integration of anaerobic digestion within composting processes. Her proposal received the third place in USCC Young Investigator Scholarship in 2015. She has presented her work entitled “Institutional organic waste characterization” in BioCycle (2013, 2015) and SWANA (2015) conferences. She also has presented her work entitled “Co-composting of Anaerobic Digestate” at University of Alberta and Edmonton Waste Management Centre of Excellence(EWMCE).
She will present, “Composting Anaerobic Digestate“
Mr. Aschl held a teaching post at the University of Linz in Austria and then carried out large IT consulting projects with a Canadian computer company as well as with his own consulting firm. He has been involved with the composting industry for more than 30 years and has worked with US and Canadian composting facilities for over 10 years. His firm Aschl Management Systems has developed specialized software for the management and control of large composting operations.
He will present, “Cost Control in Large Scale Composting Facilities“
Marketing Communications, BIOFerm Energy Systems
Ms. Beadle is responsible for the Marketing and Communications efforts at BIOFerm Energy Systems. She has a Bachelor of Science degree in Science Communications as well as Environmental Studies from the University of Wisconsin, Madison. Ms. Beadle has been able to realize her passion for advancing renewable energy adaption through her work in the areas of anaerobic digestion and biogas upgrading at BIOFerm Energy Systems.
She will present, “Maximizing Organic Value: AD, CNG and Composting Synergy“
Jessica Bernardini is a solid waste engineer with more than 9 years of solid waste experience ranging from new landfill construction to composting, anaerobic digestion to biogas utilization projects. As the solid waste industry evolves to incorporate composting into their standard practices, Jessica has had the opportunity of assisting landfills with composting design. Having presented at the USCC conference previously, Jessica is happy to have the opportunity to continue to present on a topic that she not only finds interesting, but has a sincere passion for.
Ned Biggs, General Manager, Solorganics, LLC
Emory University, BA Economics & History
University of Tampa, MBA
State of Florida Licensed Wastewater Operator
He will present, “Sewage Sludge Stablization by Solar Drying/Within Vessel Compsoting“
Jean has worked at the Cornell Waste Management Institute in solid waste education for over 20 years, first working for Cornell Cooperative Extension in Broome County, then for the Cornell Waste Management Institute. Reducing, repurposing, recycling and composting solid and organic residuals to mine and redirect resources from our waste stream is a systematic way to manage our waste stream.
She works on composting feedstock from food to manure to animal carcasses. Currently her time includes work on food scrap, manure and carcass & butcher waste composting education and research. Characterizing waste streams is important to be able to separate and determine value-added purposes for different residuals. Compost quality and consistency in the market place is also a high priority, as well as encouraging use to build healthy soils and redistribute nutrients.
Previous experience includes working with different agencies including US Forest and National Park Service, US EPA, NYS DEC and the landscape and greenhouse industry.
She received an M.S. degree in Education and Communication from SUNY Binghamton in 1991, a B.S. in Biology from Utah State University in 1984 and an A.A.S. in Natural Resources from SUNY Morrisville.
She will present, “The Role of Composting in Managing Catastophic Disease Outbreaks in Poultry” and “Strategies for Maximizing Diversion: A Framework Overview With Examples From Tompkins County, New York“
Gaelan is the author of The Compost Powered Water Heater, Founder of www.compostpower.org, partner in Agrilab Technologies, teacher at Yestermorrow Design/Build School, former VP of Marketing at groSolar.
Gaelan has presented at dozens of conferences and trade shows related to renewable energy, sustainable business, compost and compost heat recovery over the past 10 years, including several BioCycle conferences.
He will present, “Compost Heat Recovery: Benefits Beyond Energy Captured“
Mr. Bryan-Brown is a Civil/Environmental Engineer with experience in compost systems design, biosolids management and wastewater treatment design. He is president and founder of Green Mountain Technologies, a leading manufacturer of composting equipment in the U.S. Responsibilities include overall management of the company, product design and prototyping. He is holder of 3 U.S. patents in the field of composting and is the author of numerous papers. In addition to his work with Green Mountain Technologies, he has worked as consultant to the City of New York Department of Sanitation for food waste composting. Previously, he worked on EPA grants to investigate on-site composting systems for organic wastes. As consulting engineer to the City of New York Department of Environmental Protection, he was contracted for the assessment of odor impacts from 8 proposed sludge composting facilities. Responsibilities included the characterization of odor emissions from compost processes and the preliminary design of ventilation and odor control equipment for all facilities.
He will present, “Comparison of Turned Aerated Pile (TAP) vs Aerated Static Pile (ASP)“
University of Wisconsin Oshkosh
I have a Master’s degree in Microbiology and have been in the field of Environmental Quality and Sustainability for over seven years. I am currently the Laboratory Manager at the Environmental Research and Innovation Center at UW Oshkosh in Wisconsin. I am versed in water quality, biosolid characterization, compost evaluation, and environmental engineering technology. I have presented at several regional and national conferences regarding foodwaste diversion, organic collection, biosolid testing and evaluation, and composting.
She will present, “Foodwaste to Functional Organic Compost“
From laboratory research to field applications, Rick Carr has been studying the science and utilization of compost, vermicompost, and liquid extracts. In 2012, he earned a Master of Science degree in Plant Pathology from Cornell University where he conducted research on understanding the mechanisms associated with vermicompost-mediated disease suppression. Immediately following his graduate career, Rick managed a composting and vermicomposting facility in Argentina, which has led to his current position at Rodale Institute.
Gary Cuneen is the founder and executive director of Seven Generations Ahead, a 15-year old non-profit that promotes ecologically sustainable and healthy communities in the Chicago area and Midwest. Gary designs and manages SGA’s projects, and has co-founded initiatives including the Illinois Food Scrap Coalition, GreenTown: The Future of Community, and the Illinois Farm to School Network. Gary was the lead author and director for the Food Scrap Composting Challenges and Solutions in Illinois Report.
He will present, “Food Scrap Challenges and Solutions in Illinois“
45 years in the plastics industry with General Electric Plastics, Celanese, and Allied Signal. Formed Polymer Processing Tech, LLC (PPT) in 2004. PPT does product development and consulting for a variety of international and US companies.
He will present, “Bio-digestion and Composting as End of Use Options for Ag Films“
Barb Eckstrom has been the Solid Waste Manager for Tompkins County, NY since 1988. In this capacity she has provided leadership in the community’s efforts in diverting 60% of the solid waste stream through recycling, composting and waste reduction programs. Most recently her efforts have focused on developing initiatives and partnerships that provide incentives to increase food scrap recycling for residents, businesses and educational institutions. Barb has a Masters degree in Environmental Engineering from Cornell University.
Passionate and driven, Holly Elmore is founder & CEO of Elemental Impact, a national non-profit committed to bringing sustainable operating practices to the corporate community. Beginning her career as an auditor and CPA with Arthur Andersen, she worked almost seven years in the corporate arena. Holly’s entrepreneurial spirit emerged when she created Executive Catering & Events, a prominent corporate catering company. Over the next fifteen years, Holly operated Executive Catering along with two successful restaurants in the Atlanta market.
Following her restaurant and catering years, Holly served as Director of Marketing for Wine South, the premier consumer wine festival in the Southeast; and later as the Advertising Director for Restaurant Forum, the Official Magazine of the Georgia Restaurant Association. During her tenure as founder & executive director of the Green Foodservice Alliance, an affiliate of the Georgia Restaurant Association, Holly created the Zero Waste Zones program, acquired in 2012 by the National Restaurant Association.
Holly utilizes the extensive business skills developed during her professional path to make a difference through Elemental Impact, now in it’s 6th year of Sustainability in Action. She is author of two Ei Blogs: Zero Waste in Action and The IMPACT, which document the organizations journey and successes. Holly channels her energy and enthusiasm into Ei, spearheading initiatives that benefit the community, the environment, and the bottom-line.
She will present, “The Zero Food Waste Journey“
Dr. Britt Faucette, Ph.D., is an Ecosystem Scientist, Certified Professional of Erosion & Sediment Control (CPESC), and Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Accredited Professional (LEED AP). Dr. Faucette currently directs research, technical services, and regulatory approval programs for Filtrexx International and the organics recycling and storm water management industries. He earned his Ph.D. from the Odom School of Ecology at the University of Georgia where he researched soil-water-plant performances of various BMPs used in soil erosion and storm water management applications; served as a state specialist in storm water management, organics recycling, and pollution prevention programs in the Department of Biological and Agricultural Engineering; and served as an adjunct professor in the School of Environmental Design. Britt serves on technical committees with the American Society of Test Methods (ASTM), Green Roofs for Healthy Cities (GRHC), the Board of Trustees for the US Composting Council Research & Education Foundation (CCREF), the Professional Development Committee and the Standards and Practices Committee of the International Erosion Control Association (IECA), and Georgia Soil and Water Conservation Commission (GA SWCC) Technical Advisory Committee to revise the state Erosion & Sediment Control Manual. In 2008 he was the recipient of the Annual Clean Water Award presented by the US Composting Council. He has authored over 20 peer-reviewed scientific publications, over 100 popular press articles, developed federal and state specifications on organic materials used in erosion and sediment control and storm water management, worked with foreign governments, taught graduate students, consulted on organic materials management and storm water related projects in 15 countries, has been awarded approximately $500,000 in state and federal research grants, has conducted seminars and trainings at over 100 national and regional conferences, and has published two books on research and design elements of organic materials used in storm water management.
I have worked at Frost Valley for 12 years. 2 of those years were spent running the day to day operations of our main camp composting and the past ten have I have been at the farm still overseeing the main camp operation while implementing a composting and manure management system for our farm.
I supervise all aspects of our composting and manure management for our 90 horse program and our farm livestock including collection, composting, and distribution.
She will present, “25 Years of Composting at Frost Valley YMCA“
Ben is the former CFO for a dry foods and organic spice manufacturer/wholesaler. Ben has +25 years experience developing and executing strategies in the Consulting, Food Wholesaling and Information Technology industries. He is a certified Six Sigma Blackbelt, with a B.A. in Business Economics from Colorado College and an MBA from the University of Colorado Leeds School of Business. Ben has also attended USCC Operators Training.
Rob Friend is currently the Co-Director of Organics Development for Specialized Environmental Technologies, Inc., a Twin-Cities based commercial composting company that processes over 80,000 tons of wood and yard waste and over 34,000 tons of food waste annually. Rob has over 19 years professional experience in the commercial composting industry, working in sales and safety before focusing on organics development.
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Former Army Officer turned composter, Justen Garrity has been a commercial composter since 2010. Justen is the Founder and President of Veteran Compost, a company which collects and composts food scraps throughout the Mid-Atlantic. Justen has a Bachelor of Science from Worcester Polytechnic Institute and an MBA from Penn State.
He will present, “Integrating Chickens into a Commercial Composting Operation“
Claudio Gemmiti, now Senior VP Innovation & Strategic Growth for Club Coffee LP, was previously Vice President Grocery, HBC and Household with Loblaw Brands Ltd. He had been with Loblaw for 10 years following a successful international career with Procter & Gamble. He has a degree in Nutrition & Food Chemistry from the University of Toronto and is an avid competitive cyclist.
Nora Goldstein is Editor of BioCycle, the Organics Recycling Authority. She is a member of the Technical Core Committee of the Sustainable Sites Initiative and a Board Member of the American Biogas Council. Nora received the USCC’s Hi Kellogg Award in 2014.
She will present, “What Business Are We In? Rethinking the Composting Industry“
Mr. Harig has over 20 years with W.L. Gore & Associates, having spent his early career in industrial filtration technologies. Mr. Harig is the senior global member of the Solid Waste Treatment for GORE® Cover located in Munich, Germany.
He will present, “The Eco-Efficiency of Composting Facilities“
Rob Hilton is a Vice President with HF&H Consultants with nearly fifteen years of experience consulting to public agencies on diversion and solid waste issues. He has worked with over 110 government agencies through over 300 projects with a focus on planning, design, procurement, and financial structures of integrated waste management systems focused on reducing landfill disposal and increasing reuse, recycling, and composting.
He will present, “RFP It and They Will Come: Structuring Contracts for Organics“
John Janes is the industry liaison for Caterpillar’s Building Construction Products Division. John works with Caterpillar customers in the landscape, snow, compost and concrete industries. He has been a featured speaker at a number of industry events and has conducted educational sessions on optimizing safety and equipment operation processes to increase customer profit margin John has conducted workshops for Caterpillar customers on every continent except Antarctica. John is the author or co-author of three patents and took business and engineering degrees from Duke University and North Carolina State University.
He will present, “Safety: The first step to accelerating your profit margin“
Laura “Lily” Kelly is Senior Program Associate for Global Green USA’s Coalition for Resource Recovery, and spearheads their food scrap recovery and paper packaging recycling pilot projects. Lily earned a dual BA in Economics and Environmental Studies at the University of California, Santa Cruz. In 2010 with an MPA from the School of International and Public Affairs at Columbia University. Lily has spoken at and moderated a variety of conferences and events and received excellent reviews from attendees.
Mitch Kessler, President of Kessler Consulting, has over 30 years in the solid waste industry and has been responsible for hundreds of projects pertaining to comprehensive waste management, collection, recycling, and composting programs for public & private clients. Mitch has presented at conferences for USCC, SWANA, Recycle Florida Today, Carolina Recycling Association, and National Waste & Recycling Association covering topics of Composting, Zero Waste, Public/Private Partnerships, and Contracts & Procurements just to name a few.
He will present, “10 Steps Toward Zero: The Critical Role of Organics“
Dean Lavallee founded Park Avenue BBQ & Grille in 1988 and over the course of the next 18 years, 9 additional restaurants were opened throughout Palm Beach County and Martin County.
Aside from Lavallee’s successful restaurant career, he is committed to giving back to the community though local charity work. He currently serves on the Board of Directors of The Lord’s Place, the Palm Beach County Literacy Coalition, and the Palm Beach Marine Institute.
Mario Lewis is the founder of INIPSIS Ltd (International Network of Innovative Partners for Sustainable Intelligent Systems.) The company has be in existence since 2013 specializing in the food waste and composting industry in Trinidad and Tobago. Mario is the chief architect coordinating with a small committed team of employees, as well as collaborating with scientist, farmers, businesses and end users in the development of low carbon foot print and sustainable design systems.
Kat McCarthy is the Waste Reduction and Recycling Specialist for Tompkins County, with over ten years’ experience in the field of sustainable materials management. Through her work, she focuses on developing and implementing 4R programs, such as residential and commercial food scraps recycling, business support for recycling, and promoting food waste prevention. She is currently aboard member and chair of the Organics Council for the New York State Association for Reduction, Reuse, and Recycling (NYSAR3).
Kat is currently pursuing an MBA in Sustainability from Green Mountain College, and is a Robert P. Stearns/SCS Engineers Scholar through the Environmental Research and Education Foundation. Kat is a Master Composter, passionate waste reducer, co-owner of EcoJarz (a company that encourages glass jar reuse) and a founder of Ithaca CRT, which promotes compost, recycling and trash sorting at events.
Danny Mishek is the president and founder of SelfEco. Danny is a 3rd generation manufacture with a double major in Marketing and Public Relations. He has been published in several trade magazines such as Moldmaking Technology, Injection Molding and Manufacturing Engineering as well as presented around the world regarding trends in manufacturing and technologies shifts.
Danny is currently busy expanding SelfEco and developing a proprietary product line to manufacture in-house. Along with internal product development, he is focused on educating and exposing the next youth movement into the development of greener products.
He will present, “Product Development for BPI Certified Bio-Based Products“
Brandon Moffatt is Harvest’s Senior Vice President of Energy. Brandon has extensive management and technical experience in the environmental, waste and renewable energy sectors. He leads the company’s Energy Group responsible for future project development, engineering design, feedstock procurement and technical support of complex organics processing and anaerobic digestion sites across North America plus Brandon is responsible for the company’s energy gardens in Orlando, Florida and London, Ontario. Brandon has an MBA from the Odette School of Business and holds a B.ASc. in Environmental Engineering from the University of Waterloo.
He will present, “Odor Control in High Stakes Environments“
Jorge is the Organics Recycling Specialist at NCDENR and provides technical assistance to composters, haulers, and generators. His experience includes solid waste engineering at Smith Gardner and sustainable agriculture at Peace Corps. He has giving numerous presentations on organics recycling strategies to governmental officials, schools, and the public. Jorge holds a BS in Environmental Engineering from Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo, and is concluding a Masterâ€™s degree in Biological & Agricultural Engineering at NC State.
Rich Nicoletti, P.E. – 20 years with IPS Composting Systems designing large composting facilities, 2 years with BDP Industries as Compost Systems Manager.
CEO of Aldea Verde since 2008 and Cofouder of Aldea Verde in 2005.
He has led the design, training and installation of 28 projects since 2008.
By reorganizing the production process he helped to increased up to 50% the productivity of Aldea Verde’s two producers and helped increased up to 70% the worm reproduction programs on both sites.
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President, Engineered Compost Systems
Tim learned to compost from his dad who made him hand screen the compost pile every spring and work the fines into the vegetable garden. He studied engineering at the University of Washington in the 70’s and 80’s with a vague plan to save the world and become rich. Instead, he has worked as an engineer and entrepreneur in his own small on-going businesses, which has been much more fun than having a real job. In 1992 he began working in the compost industry which immediately felt like, and at times smelled like, home. He has been busy since then designing, building and supporting compost process equipment; then redesigning and improving this equipment as the composting environment and operators manage to torture it in ways never imagined. But it seems to be working; ECS now has major equipment in over 50 medium and large scale compost facilities in North America.
He will present, “Composting Organics in Mixed Waste Streams: Challenges, Methods and Outcomes“
Chester Phillips, Project Director of the Compost Cats and Sustainability Program Coordinator at the University of Arizona, completed a B.S. in Environmental Science., B.A. in Creative Writing, M.F.A. in nonfiction writing, and M.S. in Arid Lands Resource Sciences, so far. His research combines expertise in environmental science, policy, and the social science of collaboration and coalition building. His personal and professional interests also extend to all forms of composting and creating community food security.
He will present, “Lessons learned in a food waste composting operation“
Bob Rynk teaches waste management and renewable energy courses at SUNY Cobleskill, a small agricultural and technical college in New York. Composting has been a focus of his attention for years. Bob lectures widely and regularly on a variety of composting subjects and co-teaches the USCC Foundations of Composting workshop at the annual conference (including this conference). He spent 5 fun-filled years as an editor with BioCycle magazine.
He will present, “Your 20-minute Guide to Spontaneous Combustion“
Industry demands are rapidly changing the scope and test requirements needed for compostable materials. As the Technology Director and Manager for Situ Biosciences LLC, a product testing laboratory, Dr. Donald P. Satchell focuses his biochemical expertise on providing both industrial and consumer product testing for the development and validation of sustainable product offerings. The expertise and in-house product test capabilities provides our customers with the most current understanding of the regulatory requirements and potential challenges for any given product material or design, and allows our customers a direct connection to the laboratory to facilitate the discussions supporting new product development.
As an ISO 17025 Accredited Testing Laboratory, Situ Biosciences provides a variety of ASTM, ISO, EPA and OECD biodegradation testing methods that assure customers and regulators that products have achieved industry regulatory requirements prior to making claims and before delivering products to the market.
Mr. Savage is Principal and Executive President of CalRecovery, Inc., a consulting engineering firm specializing in waste management and resource utilization worldwide. His experience includes designing and procuring waste and materials collection programs and processing facilities and providing strategic planning advice to the public and private sectors. Mr. Savage received an M.S. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of California at Berkeley. He is a registered professional engineer.
He will present, “Identifying and Quantifying Sources of Organics and Optimizing Collection“
She will present, “Diverting and Collecting Organics: Lessons from a Mid-sized City”
She will present, “ReFED. Wasted Food in the US: The Size of the Prize and How to Win It“
RIsa Weinberger, P.E., Risa Weinberger & Associates, Inc.
Risa Weinberger is a licensed Professional Engineer specializing in composting. She has a Bachelors of Engineering from Vanderbilt University in Environmental and Water Resources Engineering. She has provided consulting services to the composting, recycling and solid waste industries for over 36 years. She serves clients nationwide, providing design, permitting, operations, siting, feasibility analysis and training.
She will present, “Preventing and Controlling Fires at Compost and Mulch Facilities“
Carey West, CEO, LoadScan Limited NZ and USA.
LoadScan Load Volume Scanners are being used in compost, landscape, aggregate and mining companies around the world to ensure accuracy and efficiency in their loading operations.
Loadscan Ltd has a long relationship with the loading industry, starting from civil construction roots in New Zealand by Wayne West in 1999. The company is now owned by his son, Carey West, who is committed to redefining the measurement and management of the bulk materials industry worldwide through innovative payload measurement systems.
He will present, “How Load Out Operations Can Determine Your Profit (or Loss)“
Jeff West, President Olympic Organics LLC & New Day Recycling LLC both located in Kitsap County Washington. I have over 28 years in the solid waste and recycling industry working for both local and national companies before forming our own company in 2007. I am the current, Treasurer/Board Member Washington State Recycling Association and a USCC member.
I would characterize my presentation style as lighthearted and conversational mixing in solid information with interesting personal observations.
Tim Zosel, Co-Managing Member, Nicollet CPS, LLC – an environmentally friendly soils enhancement company.
Also a Board Member and Co-Creator of One Floral, the largest floral greenhouse operator and wholesaler in Canada. One Floral is the largest supplier of lawn and garden annuals to Home Depot Canada and is a significant supplier of lawn and garden and seasonal indoor potted plants Sam’s Club USA, Loblaws and several other large retailers.
As Managing Director of Nicollet Capital Investors over the last 15 years we have financed and overseen several waste to value and consumer product companies.
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