President & Chief
Greg Leahey is a co-founder of ReEnergy Holdings. He formerly was Vice President of Recycling and Waste Services at EAC Operations, Inc. In that role, Greg had profit-and-loss responsibility for all of EACH’s waste procurement, waste collection, waste transfer, landfill and recycling activities. Greg also was responsible for the acquisition of a number of waste collection and transportation companies and negotiation of strategic waste and disposal contracts.
Vice President of
David DeVito oversees ReEnergy’s recycling facilities, as well as the transportation division serving all of ReEnergy’s recycling facilities in New England. David has been working in the recycling industry for more than 30 years. He began his career at Refuse Haulers Inc., which operated a municipal solid waste transfer station. Following that, he enjoyed 18 years of service with Gateway Enviroservices as the vice president of operations before joining the ReSource team.
Vice President of
John Farese is responsible for financial and strategic leadership of the company and oversees the development and execution of strategic initiatives and relationships with external stakeholders. He most recently worked as Market Manager for Wheelabrator Technologies. Prior to that, he served as Divisional Manager for Casella Waste and District Manager for Waste Management. He has more than 25 years’ technical experience in managing landfill and transfer/processing facilities.
Regional Project &
Gilbert Sarno oversees all site work construction. He also manages the process equipment and design. He has 20+ years of experience working in the resource waste industry. He has held several positions at the facility prior to his current role, including Operations Manager.
Stan Walczak oversees operations at the Roxbury and Lewiston facilities. He worked formerly with BFI/Republic Waste for 19 years in increasingly significant leadership roles at facility, district, and regional levels. He has more than 35 years’ experience in the waste services industry.
David Guilherme is responsible for overseeing operations in Salem, NH, including trucking operations. Dave has held several positions at the Salem site since 2002, including Lead Mechanic, Maintenance Manager and Operations Manager.
David McCutcheon oversees operations at the Lewiston facility. David started at the Lewiston location as a laborer. During his tenure at the facility, David has held several positions at the Lewiston facility since 2013, including Environmental Health & Safety Supervisor and Operations Manager.
Eddie Lawrence is responsible for overseeing operations in Epping. He has worked at the Epping location since 2002 and has held several positions at the facility before being promoted to his current role, including mechanic, heavy equipment operator, maintenance manager, and operations manager.
Fred Bruneau is responsible for environmental compliance and permitting for all ReSource operations. Formerly an environmental engineer/consultant with AECOM. He has more than 10 years of experience in environmental compliance.
Jim Doyle is responsible for overseeing the company’s health and safety program. He started his career at the company’s Epping location as a laborer and advanced to the position of Shift Supervisor before starting his current role.
Kevin Murphy is responsible for new business development for ReSource’s waste collection efforts. He worked formerly in sales positions for Autocar, LLC and Greenstar Recycling, LLC. He has more than 25 years of experience in account management, new business development and sales management.
Vice President of
Sarah Boggess manages stakeholder engagement efforts in ReEnergy’s communities, coordinating relationships with the community, media, and elected officials. Before joining ReEnergy, Sarah worked as a newspaper reporter for nine years, as a press officer for the New York State Senate, as the Vice President of Institutional Advancement at Hudson Valley Community College in Troy, NY, and most recently as a vice president at the Glens Falls, NY-based public affairs firm of Behan Communications, Inc. Sarah holds a bachelor’s degree in economics and government from Dartmouth College and a master’s degree in business administration from Union Graduate College.
Jack Canty is responsible for overseeing the finance and treasury functions at ReEnergy. He has experience in both finance and operations. Jack was formerly the COO/CFO of Weitsman Recycling and the Vice President of Finance of Agway Energy Products. Most recently Jack had his own consulting practice focused in identifying, and implementing, performance improvement opportunities for his clients. As a consultant, Jack had assisted ReEnergy with due diligence and integration services on a number of acquisitions over the past ten years. Jack has a bachelor’s degree in accounting from Alfred University and is a Certified Public Accountant.
Director of Corporate
Tina Green oversees human resource management at ReEnergy. Tina has more than ten years of experience in the human resources field, and has held positions as human resource generalist manager, talent acquisitions manager and talent development manager. Before joining ReEnergy, Tina spent more than 20 years working for Enterprise Holdings in a variety of management positions.
Kimberly Ellis is responsible for overseeing the company’s information technology department and the managed services help desk. Before being promoted to IT Manager, Kim served ReEnergy as IT Site Coordinator and IT Specialist. Prior to joining ReEnergy, Kim was the IT Site Manager for Boralex for its U.S. biomass locations. Kim started her IT career at Oxford Networks as a network technician and advanced to position of network administrator assistant. She has a bachelor’s degree in information technology from South University in Savannah, GA and has more than 20 years of experience in information technology.
Larry Richardson is a founder of ReEnergy, sits on ReEnergy’s Board of Directors, and is a member of the Company’s Executive Committee. He was formerly President and Chief Operating Officer of EAC Operations, Inc., a company that owned and operated waste-to-energy facilities and related businesses for the collection, processing and transportation of solid waste and recyclable materials. Before working at EAC, he held management, project development and technical positions at companies including ABB/Combustion Engineering, Halliburton/Brown & Root and HDR Engineering. Larry is a licensed professional engineer.
Thomas Beck is a founder of ReEnergy, sits on ReEnergy’s Board of Directors and is a member of the company’s Executive Committee. He was a consultant to the solid waste and renewable energy industries for three years before the formation of ReEnergy Holdings. Before that, Tom was a Vice President of American Ref-Fuel Company and President of TransRiver Marketing Company. American Ref-Fuel was an owner and operator of waste-to-energy facilities and associated waste operations with annual revenues in excess of $500 million.
William Ralston is a founder of ReEnergy and is a member of the company’s Executive Committee. He was formerly General Counsel for EAC Operations, Inc. At EAC, he was involved in numerous acquisitions, project development initiatives, project restructurings and financings. Prior to joining EAC, he was in private practice with law firms in Albany, N.Y., with focus on the development and financing of independent power projects. Bill is a member of the New York State Bar.
Gregory Leahey is a founder of ReEnergy and is responsible for overseeing the company’s operation of non-energy assets. He was formerly Vice President–Recycling and Waste Services at EAC Operations, Inc. In that role, Greg had profit and loss responsibility for all of EAC’s waste procurement, waste collection, waste transfer, landfill and recycling activities. Greg also was responsible for the acquisition of a number of waste collection and transportation companies, and negotiation of strategic waste and disposal contracts.
ReSource improves the environment by optimizing the recovery of materials from construction and demolition debris through the use of innovative technology and creating valuable products, thereby diverting material from disposal.