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Mr. Philip T. Medico Jr.

Wrong Philip T. Medico Jr.?

Governmental Affairs

Phone: (954) ***-****  
Southern Waste Systems LLC
790 Hillbrath Drive
Lantana , Florida 33062
United States

Company Description: Southern Waste Systems, LLC and its wholly owned affiliates (SWS) is among the leading firms in South Florida for the processing and hauling of construction and...   more
Background

Employment History

Education

  • Bachelor of Business Administration
    University of Miami
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Southern Waste Systems
www.southernwastesystems.com, 21 Sept 2012 [cached]
Phil Medico Joins NSU Council Date: September 29, 2011 Davie, FL (September 29, 2011) - The Farquhar College of Arts and Sciences at Nova Southeastern University has appointed Southern Waste Systems Director of Government Affairs, Philip T. Medico, Jr., to the Dean's Council. The Farquhar College of Arts and Sciences provides outstanding programs of study in humanities, social and behavioral sciences, performing and visual arts, information technology, and biological, environmental, and physical sciences that enhance critical thinking, effective communication, professional development, lifelong learning, and responsible citizenship. Phil Medico Joins NSU Council
Phil Medico Joins NSU Council | Southern Waste Systems
www.southernwastesystems.com, 29 Sept 2011 [cached]
Phil Medico Joins NSU Council Date: September 29, 2011
Southern Waste Systems Executive Philip T. Medico, Jr. Named to Dean's Council at Nova Southeastern University
Davie, FL (September 29, 2011) - The Farquhar College of Arts and Sciences at Nova Southeastern University has appointed Southern Waste Systems Director of Government Affairs, Philip T. Medico, Jr., to the Dean's Council. The Farquhar College of Arts and Sciencesprovides outstanding programs of study in humanities, social and behavioral sciences, performing and visual arts, information technology, and biological, environmental, and physical sciences that enhance critical thinking, effective communication, professional development, lifelong learning, and responsible citizenship.
Medico has more than 30 years of professional experience in environmental regulation and land use permitting. Over his career, he has had extensive experience dealing with municipal governmental entities, numerous landfill operations and transfer facility operators of municipal solid waste and Construction and Demolition (C&D) debris material recovery facilities. He serves as a frequent lecturer on a wide variety of environmental topics on licensing, processing and permitting of solid waste management facilities and C&D recycling. Medico received his Bachelor of Business Administration from the University of Miami and thereafter his Juris Doctor from Howard University School of Law in 1980.
By serving on the Dean's Council, Medico joins a prestigious group of regional and national business leaders who facilitate community support for scholarships, fundraising, and opportunities for student experiential learning, including internships and career placement.
"As waste professionals, our company understands the importance of sustainable programs in individual homes, in the workplace and in our communities," said Medico.
Our Team - Sun Bergeron
sunbergeron.com, 30 May 2015 [cached]
Phil Medico, Senior Vice President of Sun Bergeron, has over 30 years of professional experience in environmental regulating and land use permitting.
Mr. Medico has extensive experience with municipal governmental entities, numerous landfill operations and transfer facility operators of municipal solid waste and Construction and Demolition debris material recovery facilities.
Learn more about Phil Medico.
Broward Bulldog | Tag Archive | Waste Management
www.browardbulldog.org, 13 Oct 2012 [cached]
Sun/Bergeron Vice President Phil Medico contended residents and businesses could get a better deal by disposing of the waste in whatever facility has the best price rather than tie themselves to one site for five years.
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Medico, a long-time waste industry executive, is the chief negotiator for Sun/Bergeron.
Medico told county negotiators that "supply and demand" would lower the price over the next five years because numerous new waste disposal sites are expected to open in South Florida, and there would be a "surplus of opportunities to dispose of waste."
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"Any waste will have a final resting place in a legally permitted class one facility," Medico said.
MISSED OPPORTUNITIES?
Speaking to negotiators this week, Medico warned that Broward should not make the same mistake it did in the 1980s by binding disposal to one company's sites. The county missed opportunities to lower prices because "you were tied up in a 25-year monopoly. You didn't have a choice" about what sites to use, Medico said.
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"We have a contract with them for disposal in other places," Medico said.
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"You brought competition into the marketplace," Phil Medico, an executive with the low bidder Sun/Bergeron that toppled Wheelabrator's monopoly, told commissioners.
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In my opinion, such non-competitive arrangements are bad governmental practice," said Phil Medico, a lawyer with upstart Sun Bergeron, which is seeking to bid competitively for Broward's waste disposal business.
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Medico, which won the bidding, said Miramar's experience proved what should be done for the entire county - competitive bidding for disposal.
"The beneficiaries are the residents," he said.
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Medico bristled when asked about accusations that Sun Bergeron's competency was being questioned.
Southern Waste Systems, Bergeron's partner in Broward disposal, has dozens of municipal and industrial clients including Fisher Island in Miami-Dade County, where the waste must be barged to the Port of Miami, shipped to Broward for recycling and what's left sent to a landfill in another part of the state. "This is a walk in the park compared to that," he said.
Philip Medico, Vice ...
fl-deerfieldbeach2.civicplus.com, 16 May 2006 [cached]
Philip Medico, Vice President, Sun Recycling, said that this matter has been going on for sometime. He said that they have addressed the City regarding the fees not only with Hurricane Wilma, but with hurricanes, Frances, Charley, and Jeanne. He explained that Sun Recycling was paid $10.00 a cubic yard through DRC's contract; however, they did hold the $7.95 fee. He said that they are seeking an increase in preparation of the upcoming hurricane season. He said that they provide service in Miami-Dade, Broward, and Palm Beach counties, and have surveyed all of the municipal governmental entities and in both counties, the City of Deerfield Beach enjoyed the lowest rate. He said that he addressed the Commission at a special meeting during hurricane recovery, and agreed to adhere to the rate, which was based on the contractual agreement.
Continuing, Mr. Medico said that there is some confusion to the rate, because it relates to wood. He said that there was a lot of wood that was generated from Hurricane Wilma and it was agreed in early October 2005, that they would come before the Commission and propose a rate increase to $9.95. Unfortunately, Hurricane Wilma hit prior to that meeting. He asked that the Commission respectfully approve the rate increase. He further stated that rates for co-mingling is up to approximately $14 to $15 on average per cubic yard for processing and disposal of commingled and vegetation. He said that in an effort to propose the rate increase, in good planning and the event of a major storm event, they would be prepared and there would be no confusion as to the rate.
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Mr. Medico said that he believes that there are some ambiguities in terms of condition of the existing contract. He recommended that they be allowed to meet with the City Attorney and continue to negotiate these issues. He said that there are both factual and legal circumstances that may justify the recommended fee increase. He further stated that there are some ambiguities as related to hurricane processing and disposal.
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Mr. Medico said that there is a concurrent contract with DRC that the processing and disposal is in excess of $19.00 per cubic yard. He further stated that Mr. Mancini has sent a letter through his counsel indicating that he believes that he is entitled to the DRC contract rate and not the Sun Recycling rate. He said that as a competent, loyal vendor, he honored their contractual commitment with the City for Hurricane Wilma. Notwithstanding, he respectfully requested that the Commission review the contract as related to the issue discussed and requested the opportunity to present the additional information. Mr. Medico continued to entertain questions by the Commission.
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Mr. Medico replied that the contract that they are asking the City to piggy back off of, was awarded through a RFP, request for proposal, at the City of Miami Gardens. He said that they have a joint venture with a minority contractor, MCO, owned by a minority women, business enterprise located in Palm Beach County.
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Mr. Medico said that the owner is also certified in Broward County.
In response to Commissioner Popelsky's question, Mr. Medico requested that the Commission table the item until he provides the additional information.
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