General Manager • Director of Finance & Administration •
Plant Manager • Accountant • Communications Specialist •
Environmental Manager • Environmental Specialist •
Landfill/Ashfill Manager • Landfill/Ashfill Manager • Maintenance Supervisor • Office Manager • Operation Shift Supervisors •
Business Development Manager • Environmental Educator • Recycling Facility Manager • Secretary/Receptionist • Superintendant of Capital Projects • Maintenance Manager • Accounting Assistant
As the result of a nationwide search, Kevin joined ecomaine as general manager in 2004. He has worked in the field of solid waste management since 1988 and his experience includes positions as the Director of Solid Waste for Broome County (New York), Materials Recovery Administrator for the City of Glendale (Arizona), Manager for Metro Waste (Rochester, NY), Owner of MRF, Inc., a recycling facility in Rochester, New York, and Solid Waste Coordinator for both Monroe County and the City of Rochester (New York). Kevin is a 1989 graduate of the University of Buffalo, where he received a Bachelor of Science degree in geography and urban planning. He also holds an associate degree in business administration.
Art came to ecomaine in October 2010 from Brookfield Power New England where he was Vice President of Finance and was Director of Optimization for Brookfield Asset Management. His prior experience includes 25 years with Great Northern Paper in various roles, including accounting manager and controller. Art is a native of Millinocket and graduated from the University of Maine at Orono with a Bachelor of Science degree in business administration and as an accounting major.
Kevin A. Trytek
Kevin is a 1986 graduate of Maine Maritime Academy, where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in marine engineering operations. He is also an ASME qualified chief/operator. Kevin came to ecomaine in 1987 after employment at a biomass generation facility in Lewiston. He is responsible for overall operation and maintenance of the ecomaine waste-to-energy plant and is a key participant in the senior management team.
Missi came to ecomaine in 2001 after 9 years of business office experience and five years of experience as an account executive. Missi earned a BS degree in business administration from Husson College and after 2.5 years as Recycling Coordinator for ecomaine, she was promoted in 2007 to Business Development Manager and to Accountant in 2011.
Shelley earned a Bachelor of Science in Education degree from Ohio University with a major in history and government and a minor in English. She joined ecomaine in 2005 with more than 30 years of professional public relations and writing experience. Her previous employment includes an inter-state utility, advertising agency, multi-state commercial bakery, and national non-profit organization. Her work has been recognized by local, state and national awards for public relations excellence.
Anne joined ecomaine in 2007 and is responsible for continuous improvement in environmental protection for its ashfill/landfill site, waste-to-energy plant, and recycling facility. She earned a B.A. in Geology from Skidmore College, M.S. in Environmental Science & Management from New Mexico Highlands University, and Ph.D. in Environmental Studies from Antioch New England, with a dissertation focus of industrial ecology and the reuse of waste materials.
Hewes has over 25 years of experience including Geological Survey of Swaziland (Peace Corps), Harding ESE, F.M. Beck, Inc. and, as an Adjunct Professor of Environmental Science, University of Southern Maine.
Mark joined ecomaine in 2008 with 23 years consulting experience in environmental toxicology (human health and ecological risk assessment), environmental chemistry and regulatory compliance. As a technical consultant his work has included waste-to-energy facilities, paper companies, hazardous waste sites, and landfill investigations. In addition to environmental responsibilities, Mark is part of a team that administers ecomaine's health and safety management system. He holds a BS in Natural Resources Management from the University of Maine (Orono) and has pursued classes in chemical engineering from Northeastern University (Boston).
Tom Raymond, PE
Tom is a Licensed Professional Engineer and Licensed Surveyor with a Bachelor of Science degree in geology from the University of Southern Maine (USM). He also studied environmental engineering at USM and mining engineering at the University of New Brunswick, Canada. Tom, who joined ecomaine in 2007, has more than 35 years of experience, including projects where he was responsible for landfill operations, groundwater monitoring, stormwater analysis, and sewer and water mains. He is responsible for ecomaine's 240-acre site in South Portland and Scarborough, which contains a $6.9 million state-of-the-art ashfill/landfill cell built in 2006.
Bud joined ecomaine in 2005, however, through his employment with ecomaine's former landfill/ashfill contractor, has been responsible for supervising the site's operation for 28 years. Since 1993, he has earned and maintained his Manager of Landfill Operations certification from the Solid Waste Association of North America.
Cal completed a four-year apprenticeship program at Tampa Electric Company, where he worked for ten years before joining ecomaine in 1988. As maintenance supervisor, he oversees ecomaine mechanics, equipment operators, an electrician, the warehouse, instrument and control technicians, and the scale house. In 1995, Cal was instrumental in establishing a computerized preventative maintenance program at ecomaine.
Carolyn, who joined ecomaine in 2012, handles human resources, payroll and other accounting responsibilities. She has more than 20 years of experience working for both nonprofit and profit-making organizations. Carolyn has earned certification as a Senior Professional in Human Resources.
David, who has been with ecomaine since 1988, is an ASME certified resource recovery facility chief operator/shift supervisor and a Maine licensed stationary engineer. He is a former machinery technician 2nd class petty officer with the U.S. Coast Guard and has continued his education with classes in diesel engines (Cummins and Detroit), damage control, firefighting, and water treatment (Betz).
Michael is a 1986 graduate of Maine Maritime Academy, where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in marine engineering and minored in psychology. He is licensed by the United States Coast Guard as a third engineer (steam and motor) and by the State of Maine as a first class stationary engineer, and also has a firefighting certificate. Michael has been with ecomaine since 1989 and is a certified ASME qualified resource recovery facility chief operator/shift supervisor.
David is a 1992 graduate from the University of Southern Maine with a Bachelor of Science degree in communications. He joined ecomaine in 1994 with five years of engineering experiencewith CMP at Wyman Station - a 780+ megawatt power plant. David is a certified ASME qualified resource facility operator/shift supervisor and holds a State of Maine first class stationary engineer license. He also served four years in the US Navy as an aviator fire control technician specializing in avionics on the F-14 (Tomcat) fighter jet and as a plane captain on the FA-18 (Hornet) fighter jet.
Brian Del Camp
Brian graduated from Maine Maritime Academy in 1981 with a Bachelor of Science degree in marine engineering and a minor in nuclear engineering. He joined ecomaine after seven years of engineering experience and has been with ecomaine since 1988. Brian is a certified ASME qualified resource recovery facility operator/shift supervisor and is licensed by the U.S. Coast Guard as a 1st class assistant engineer for steam and 2nd class engineer for motor vessels (unlimited horsepower).
As operations supervisor, Mark is responsible for employee safety training, which occurs weekly at ecomaine. He is an OSHA certified trainer for general industry, a licensed Maine first class stationary engineer, and an ASME qualified resource operator. In addition, Mark graduated from Central Maine Technical College in 1984 with an Associate Degree in power engineering. He has been with ecomaine since 1988.
Lissa is a graduate of the University of New Hampshire and joined ecomaine in September of 2012. She brings 16 years of sales and recruiting experience from both the International Travel and Bio-Pharmaceutical industries; as well as 3 years of experience in fund raising and Operations for Boston GreenFest (the largest environmental festival in New England). She is responsible for signing on new towns in Maine and New Hampshire to process their recyclable and Municipal Solid Waste at ecomaine as well as working with the Environmental Educator to increase awareness within our member towns about the benefits of Recycling and Waste to Energy.
Leo Maheu joined ecomaine in 2012 as a full-time educator, devoting his time to schools, community organizations, and other groups who want to learn more about sustainability as it
relates to recycling and waste management.
He is a California native - with roots in Connecticut and Maine - who moved to Maine in 2009 for the chance to work on environmental issues through AmeriCorps. During that time he worked in Camden, Wells, and with Portland Trails. Leo is an Eagle Scout and a graduate of Chico State (CA).
John Morin came to ecomaine as Recycling Facility Supervisor in 2007and promoted to manager in 2008. With 16 years of experience in recycling and waste operations with facilities similar in size to ecomaine's, he was a natural choice for the position. In addition, he has OSHA certifications for hazardous waste, special waste and transfer station operator, and is certified for forklift instruction. He is responsible for the $3.7 million state-of-the-art, single-sort equipment that began operation in May 2007 and for the sale of all processed recycled material on the open market. John is an Auburn native and current resident.
Lynne graduated from Westbrook College with an Associate Degree in business administration and, also, earned a Bachelor of Science degree from Husson College in business administration. She is a Certified Professional Secretary and has more than 20 years of executive secretarial experience in banking and insurance. Lynne joined ecomaine in 2005.
This position is vacant.
Tony has been with ecomaine since 1979 and is responsible for the entire management of maintenance crafts and warehouse operations for all three facilities. In 1995 he implemented a comprehensive computerized preventative maintenance program. Tony has taken courses in subjects that include fluid power (Leens), basic boiler operation (SMVTI), electricity, landfill operations training (GPCOG), successful accident investigation (MSC), confined space supervisor training (MEMIC), and management (USM).
KT joined ecomaine in 2011and is responsible for accounts payable and accounts receivable. She has valuable experience as an office manager and in accounting while working for attorneys and CPA firms and has, also, owned a restaurant. A native Iowan, KT moved to Maine in 1984.