Erik Levy founded Save That Stuff in July 1990. Drawing from his broad experience in a variety of family-owned retail businesses, Erik takes a highly collaborative and pragmatic approach, working with clients to develop recycling programs that meet their unique needs. Fully involved in all aspects of his business, Erik truly lives his company’s mission “To provide cost-effective and environmentally aware alternatives to disposal,” with active community involvement, as well. Acknowledged as a local thought leader in recycling, he has been featured in Rolling Stone, in the Marketplace section of Wall Street Journal, and most recently in a feature for Fox Morning News.
Adam Mitchell joined Save That Stuff in 2000 and was named partner in 2006. A veteran recycler, Adam launched his career in 1988. He spent the 1990’s in New York City, first as a consultant with the Sanitation Department, and later as Vice President with Eastern Waste Services (EWS). Over the past 8 years, Adam has diversified Save That Stuff’s business line to include the collection of office paper, organic waste, and co-mingled containers. Adam is recognized regionally as an innovator in setting up sustainable waste recycling collection systems.
Wayne Dion joined Save That Stuff, Inc. 2004, bringing with him extensive experience as an operations manager in the solid waste and recycling industry. Wayne spent the better part of the 1990’s surviving corporate mergers, and taking on more responsibility at every turn. He began as dispatcher for MJ Connolly and Sons, managing a 400 ton per day solid waste transfer station and a fleet of ten trucks. When USA Waste Services Inc. purchased Connolly and Sons, Wayne was promoted to Operations Manager, then became a dispatcher for the nation’s largest solid waste management company when Waste Management Inc. merged with USA Waste Services. After his merger adventures, Wayne joined DeLory Contracting as Roll-off Division Manager and Maintenance Manager. As Save That Stuff’s Operations and Safety Manager, Wayne leverages his broad experience and professional approach to continuously improve the company’s fleet maintenance program, driver training and dispatching capacity.