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Mr. Scott Earl T.
Chief Executive Officer and Founder
P 0 Box 431 1927 Route 9
County Waste serves the following counties in New York and Massachusetts: Albany, Northern Columbia, Fulton, Montgomery, Rensselaer, Schenectady, Schoharie, Saratoga, Orange County, Ulster County, Greene County, Columbia County, Warren County, Washington ...
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CliftonPark.org - Clifton Park Town Hall - Planning Board Meeting Minutes-
Mr. Kemper explained that Mr. Scott Earl, owner of County Waste, has requested that the Board grant a one year extension to the site plan approval that was granted to the site plan application for the County Waste facility on Route 9.
CliftonPark.org - Clifton Park Town Hall - Town Board Meeting Minutes- July 18, 2005
Scott Earl, President of County Waste said this service has been provided in many communities throughout the capital region and most communities do it on an annual basis.He said scrap metal will be done as a rebate to the town.He asked for the town's help in policing the areas to discourage scavenging.Supervisor Barrett said it is important to confirm that town security can write tickets in this regard.Mr. Earl said for pick up purposes, the town will be divided into quadrants and there will be a direct mailing to residents with detailed information.Discussion ensued regarding charging for tire pick up and how this would be done.Mr. Earl suggested residents purchase tickets and tag tires.Councilman Speckhard asked if there was a way usable goods could be given to those in need.Mr. Earl responded his company would not be able to do this.Supervisor Barrett said if there is an organization that will pick up useable goods, Mr. Earl could put that telephone number in his letter.
Scott Earl, President and ...
Scott Earl, President and CEO of Clifton Park, NY-based County Waste LLC has funded the first named internship for the Environmental Research & Education Foundation (EREF).
EREF's Internal Research Program (IRP) was developed as part of the foundation's efforts to expand its mission to advance knowledge and education for sustainable solid waste management.
he recipient of The County Waste Internship is Brianna Holland, a native of Goldsboro, NC and alumna of the North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics in Durham, NC.
Brianna is currently a junior at North Carolina State University in Raleigh, NC where she is pursuing a B.S. in Environmental Engineering and serves as treasurer of the student chapter of the Air and Waste Management Association (AWMA)."Named internships are given to an outstanding undergraduate student with excellent performance history and a demonstrated interest in solid waste management," said Bryan Staley, Ph.D., P.E., EREF President and CEO.
"Brianna is a natural fit for this internship that Mr. Earl, a 33 year veteran of the waste industry, so generously funded."
The request for the commercial plaza ...
The request for the commercial plaza came from Scott Earl, the former owner of County Waste and Recycling, through his company, Route 146 & 146A Properties.
Earl is now the owner of Prestige Services in Halfmoon, a vending, refreshment and dining services company.
Earl is the owner of the two parcels that will make up the project, which are zoned B-3 business.
Since the project is being submitted as a conventionally designed plan rather than a planned unit development (PUD), a review and the final vote will be undertaken by the town Planning Board.
is seeking approval to build a 54,000-square-foot retail store, a 30,000-square-foot retail store, a 6,000-square-foot retail store and a 3,800-square-foot bank on the land.
None of the proposed tenants has been named.
could not be reached for comment on the proposal.
Clairvest Announces US$15 Million Investment in County Waste of Virginia LLC
Scott Earl, CEO of County Waste, is Clairvest's former partner at Hudson Valley Waste Holding, Inc.; a successful investment Clairvest exited in 2011 that generated a 2.0x multiple of capital and an IRR of 88%.
County Waste is Clairvest's third investment in the solid waste management industry, a core domain for Clairvest since 2005.
"We look forward to our partnership with Scott
who is an experienced and successful entrepreneur.
Scott is a best-in-class operator and proven business builder who sees significant opportunities for County Waste.