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Who We Are

With its roots dating back to 1991, the Waste-to-Energy Association (WTEA) is a national trade organization representing waste-to-energy companies and communities that rely upon these facilities to educate policy makers on the current scientific data and advocate for waste-to-energy as a key component of sustainable waste management.

 

Current WTEA members own and operate the vast majority of the modern waste-to-energy facilities that operate nationwide, safely disposing of municipal solid waste, while at the same time generating renewable electricity using modern combustion technology equipped with state-of-the-art emission control systems. 

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What We Do

According to the Environmental Protection Agency, Waste-to-Energy "generates a renewable energy source and reduces carbon emissions by offsetting the need for energy from fossil sources and reduces methane generation from landfills."

 

 Collectively, the United States’ Waste-to-Energy facilities process 94,000 tons of waste per day, producing enough green energy to power 2.3 million homes. This is a $10 billion dollar industry that employs approximately 6,000 American workers who strive every day to be a high-performing essential service provider to communities and the planet.

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WASTE-TO-ENERGY ASSOCIATION BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Board of Directors

Scott Henderson

Vice President, State and

Corporate Relations

Reworld Waste

WTEA CHAIRMAN

Michael O'Friel 

Senior Vice President

and General Counsel

WIN Waste Innovations

WTEA VICE-CHAIRMAN

Alyssa Wilds

Senior Manager

Corporate Affairs

 Reworld Waste

WTEA SECRETARY

Allia Saydjari

Senior Director of Sustainability

WIN Waste Innovations

WTEA TREASURER

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Michelle Marsh

Chief Business &

Compliance Officer

Lancaster County Solid

Waste Management Authority

WTEA BOARD MEMBER

Kevin Spillane

Executive Director,

Onondaga County Resource Recovery Agency

WTEA BOARD MEMBER

Thomas Hogan

WTEA

PRESIDENT

Marilyn Lynch

WTEA

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

Douglass Whitehead

Director, Solid Waste for Lee County, South Florida

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