HOUSTON, May 2, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- WCA Waste Corporation ("WCA"), a vertically-integrated, non-hazardous solid waste services company, has recently announced that waste industry veteran David Ginapp has been appointed as WCA's Regional Maintenance Manager.
Ginapp joins WCA from Waste Connections in Colorado where he had served as Regional Corporate Maintenance Manager since 2010. Before working with Waste Connections, David worked for Waste Management in a number of roles throughout the Midwest.
Bob Shires, Regional Vice President, WCA Waste Corporation Region III, commented, "David brings a wealth of knowledge to the team in areas of preventive maintenance, national accounts, warranty recovery, shop safety, and alternative fuels (CNG). WCA is thrilled to have David as our Regional Maintenance Manager."
David Ginapp said, "I am very excited to join the WCA team and look forward to continuing to build on the maintenance, safety and training programs that WCA has started. I am also looking forward to meeting and supporting all of the fellow team members at WCA in any way that is possible. My family will soon be relocating from the Denver area to Gainesville in the coming months."
About WCA Waste Corporation
WCA Waste Corporation is a vertically-integrated waste services company engaged in the collection, transportation, processing and disposal of non-hazardous solid waste. The Company's operations currently consist of 22 landfills, 24 transfer stations/material recovery facilities and 25 collection operations located throughout Alabama, Arkansas, Colorado, Florida, Kansas, Massachusetts, Missouri, New Mexico, Ohio, Oklahoma, Tennessee and Texas. More information about WCA can be found at www.wcawaste.com.
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Corporate Communications, Macquarie Group
Tel: +1 212 231 1310
SOURCE WCA Waste Corporation