Meet Rick Moul!
How did you get involved in the industry?
I have been with Penn Waste for one and 1/2 years. With over 30 years of sales experience, I found myself unemployed in 2018. Our founder and former owner, Scott Wagner, offered me a position for roll-off sales in the construction industry and specialty waste. The waste industry has so many different aspects that the path to becoming a knowledgeable asset for my customers has been an exciting journey.
How does ABC provide you value?
ABC Keystone is a great partner for Penn Waste, Inc. because we are both so tightly woven in the community that it promotes a common bond with the membership. We have the opportunity to network with members and share in the questions, issues and concerns of the construction industry.
Share your company’s story:
Penn Waste has been a part of the fabric of South-Central PA since March of 2000. We were founded locally and provide disposal services to individuals, municipalities and businesses. Our capabilities include curbside pick-up, commercial dumpsters, roll-off containers and specialty waste disposal. Our goal is to create an environment where self-directed, empowered employees strive to consistently fulfill our constituent commitments and seek to create positive impacts through interactions with customers, communities, and fellow employees, always relying on our Operating Values as the foundation for our existence.
Penn Waste is different in that you have customer service/sales staff that are your neighbors here in the community backed by a truck fleet, can inventory and disposal resources rivaled only by a few. “National capabilities with small town personality” sum up Penn Waste, Inc. very well.A and Towson, MD office spaces in mid-March 2019, and our ribbon cutting ceremony was June 2019.
What is an interesting fact about your business most people don’t know?:
A little-known fact is that Penn Waste disposes 700 tons of recyclables per day!
Posted September 9, 2020