ReSource Waste Services, New England’s largest processor of construction and demolition (C&D) material, operates an integrated network of strategically located facilities that process a wide variety of waste material and recover a high percentage of that material into high-quality end products for reuse. The company is committed to its mission to reduce the volume of waste that otherwise would be sent to landfills, improving the region’s environment and economy.
The company is wholly owned by ReEnergy Holdings LLC, a renewable energy and waste services company based in Albany, NY. The facilities owned and operated by ReSource have been acquired over time: Epping and Salem in 2009; Roxbury in 2012; Lewiston in 2013; and Ware in 2019.
Known for its commitment to safety and environmental compliance and for its innovative approach to material processing, ReSource Waste Services’ fully permitted facilities accept large quantities of material. Each ReSource facility has different operational specialties, allowing the business to operate optimally and compete effectively for a variety of materials and serve diverse end markets.
The company processes incoming C&D materials into a broad range of beneficially reusable end products and has an integrated facility network and internal trucking capabilities to ensure the efficient routing of incoming materials to maximize operating efficiencies.
ReSource’s facilities have significant storage capacity for inbound and processed materials and there is a strong demand for ReSource’s products across multiple end markets. These new products are desired by a wide variety of industry sectors, including biomass-to-energy facilities, manufacturers of medium-density fiberboard, brownfield sites and landfills needing cover material and metal processors.
ReSource has the ability to meet evolving market needs through operational flexibility, adjusting its facility processes to produce a variety of products. It is proud to have long-standing relationships with a diverse base of inbound waste customers, including regional and national companies and local municipalities.
To improve the environment by optimizing the recovery of materials from construction and demolition debris through the use of innovative technology, creating valuable products, and minimizing the need to dispose of the debris in landfills.
Above all else, ReSource Waste Services is known for its focus on safety and regulatory compliance, and it consistently outperforms industry standards on these important measures.
Health & Safety
ReSource implements a robust health and safety plan; its behavior-based training program has driven strong results. Regular inspections are conducted, and the management team continually monitors a dashboard of leading indicators. Employees who meet defined safety goals are eligible to receive incentive compensation.
The company has worked to achieve a best-in-class environmental compliance record. ReSource’s managers are proactively engaged with regulators and involved in environmental public policy development, and they work diligently to communicate with the community to ensure that the company’s facilities are good neighbors.
ReSource is committed to productive relationships with its customers and vendors. The company enjoys long-term relationships with the many companies, municipalities and haulers who deliver waste material, and also strives continually to meet the evolving needs of industries requiring recycled end-products.
The company provides employment for nearly 200 people. ReSource’s employee retention rate is quite high for its industry, and the employees enjoy a robust suite of benefits and a competitive compensation plan. Many of ReSource’s supervisors and managers have been with the company for lengthy tenures and have been promoted from entry-level positions.
The ReSource team is dedicated to continuous improvement. They set ambitious goals, stay abreast of leading-edge technological and operational advancements, and invest in state-of-the-art equipment and process improvements to drive operational efficiencies and enhance recovery rates. The company’s Epping location is powered 100% by solar energy, for example, and its Roxbury location has recently achieved certification to LEED MRpc87, which provides third-party verification that the facility utilizes best practices and meets the diversion requirements of the construction waste credit in the applicable LEED rating system. The ReSource Roxbury facility was the first facility of its kind in Massachusetts to receive this certification.
Each ReSource facility is actively engaged with its local community. For example, the Salem facility provides services to the Salem Boys and Girls Club, cleaning its parking lot and weeding and mulching its flower beds. Salem facility staff also clean the town park and donate equipment to the Town for the installation of holiday lights. The Roxbury facility is a sponsor of the Newmarket Business Association, performs daily cleanup activities for the Orchard Garden School and Mason School, and performs snow removal for Hope House.