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GBB principal associate operations manager Chace Anderson

Chace AndersonChace Anderson has over 30 years of experience in the solid waste management field. Prior to joining GBB, he was hired by the Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County to restructure its waste management system and also became the director of its Division of Heavy Equipment Maintenance. While in that position he was responsible for approximately 160 full time positions and a combined annual budget of more than $33 million. He developed and implemented a new waste management system that included single stream recycling collection for 120,000 units, implemented automated trash collection 120,000 units, increased brush collection from 12,000 to over 30,000 tons a year from 160,000 units, implemented a national award winning environmental education program, and implemented a 361-day household hazardous waste collection facility over a five-year period.

Mr. Anderson brings senior management experience from Nashville as well as a hands-on perspective developed as the Solid Waste Administrator for the Rivanna Solid Waste Authority (Charlottesville, Virginia). Before joining the public sector he owned a recycling collection company which worked out of Virginia in the 1980s and '90s. His experience ranges from start-up implementation to zero-based budget development and full cost management. He has developed and led public education campaigns to, first, win political support for total solid waste system overhauls and, second, develop public acceptance and use of such new operations. For GBB, he is project manager for a solid waste plan for the County of Maui, Hawaii, and independent analyst for King County’s Washington Council on solid waste export plans and other matters. 

Mr. Anderson has been a member of “MSW Management Magazine’s” editorial board. He is based on the West Coast, in Oregon, and holds a Bachelor’s in Political Science from the University of Maryland.

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