National Waste Management Holdings, Inc. (NWMH) is a solid waste management company offering comprehensive solutions for full waste diversion along Florida's west coast and in upstate New York. With an established base of long-term partnerships with municipal, institutional, commercial and industrial customers, along with a successful acquisition strategy, National Waste has set its course to become a leading waste diversion company.
In addition to increasing its geographic foothold, National Waste employs a strategic acquisition model to increase its overall market share. In 2015, the company acquired Gateway Rolloff Services LP and Waste Recovery Enterprises LLC, which are expected to generate a combined $3.8 million in annual revenue for National Waste moving forward. In the second quarter of 2016, National Waste added Sivart Services to its roster, creating an immediate source of additional revenue and expanding its foothold in the northeast New York.
Using a three-pronged acquisition strategy, company management has identified several additional acquisition targets to further support the company's broader expansion strategies. The company's initiatives are guided by a strong management team supported by a board of directors experienced in a diverse mix of specialties.
- Highly regulated industry and high cost of capital to operate create significant barriers to entry
National recycling mandate is driving an increase in construction and demolition debris disposal
Highly accretive acquisition strategy is in place as part of a scalable business model
Well positioned with diverse revenue streams, high incremental margins, and solid balance sheet
Specialists in C&D landfill, recycling, roll off services, mulch sales and other high-demand, environmentally conscious services
National Waste's 54-acre landfill facility located in Hernando, Florida, handles annual average disposals of roughly 240,000 cubic yards of construction debris. In 2015, National Waste received an expansion permit and a 10-year renewal permit for its landfill operations from Florida's Department of Environmental Protection. While the landfill facility is already permitted for future expansion, National Waste's growth strategy also calls for the opening of new satellite offices in counties and states that neighbor its existing operations.
National Waste offers a full range of roll-off container rental services with pick up and drop off collection, specializing in the removal of debris, garbage, waste, construction and demolition debris. Providing fast, responsive and same-day service of well-maintained dumpsters and trucks, National Waste's services are perfect for general contracting, new homebuilders, reconstruction, landscaping and home improvement.
The company also carries a line of recycled wood mulch and garden mulch, as well as bulk delivery service. National Waste manufactures its own mulch from reclaimed and recycled wood at its landfills.
In correlation with the State of Florida's goal to achieve 75% recycling by 2020, National Waste's fundamental business model will include a portable picking station. By implementing a portable sorting line at the landfill, National Waste will be able to: increase its own recyclables rate by about 25%; pick clean dimensional lumber which can be sold to wood pellet producers; and bale cardboard and shrink wrap plastic. Additionally, National Waste anticipates growing demand for shingles as a fuel and asphalt blend, and is dedicated to recycling as much as it can from all of its services.
Inspired by a powerful commentary surrounding the fragile state of the environment, National Waste has amended its services to better suit an eco-friendly business model, working with businesses throughout New York and Florida to help combat thoughtless waste. Green initiatives include the aforementioned line of recycled wood and garden mulch; sorting systems that remove recyclable materials from the landfill; preparations to recycle shingles and asphalt blend; and the recycling of clean dimensional lumber for sale to wood pellet producers.
Focused on acquiring accretive, solid waste-related businesses that create synergy with existing operations
National Waste has a three-pronged approach to successfully execute its acquisition strategy.
- Acquire complementary business
- Enhance geographic footprint and exhaust local opportunities
Identify cash flow positive companies
Build shareholder value through accretive acquisition
Expand national presence
- New satellite offices to be customer-focused and operationally economical
Exhaust expansion into neighboring counties and states
Increase operational efficiency of existing business and future acquisitions
- Emphasis on shareholder value
Focus on redundancy of G&A
October 28, 2015 - Waste Recovery Enterprises, LLC, a NY-state permitted MSW transfer station with recycling ability located in Bainbridge, NY.
December 2, 2015 - Gateway Rolloff Services, L.P., one of the largest roll-off companies in Central Florida.
June 16, 2016 - Sivart Services, LLC, a roll-off and compactor company located in Worchester, NY
With revenues of $4.9 million for the combined first, second and third quarters of 2016, National Waste has generated higher revenues in the first nine months of 2016 than in full-year 2015, setting the company on track for continued revenue increases for the full year ended December 31, 2016.
2013 - $1.2 million
2014 - $1.6 million
2015 - $2.5 million
2016 - $4.9 million *as of September 30, 2016
The U.S. solid waste treatment and disposal services industry generated revenue of $19 billion in 2014, according to IBIS World – and is on pace for continued growth in the next five years as more consumers and businesses create more waste.
The market in Florida, specifically, boasts the following:
- 6.1 million tons of C&D was disposed in Florida's 75 C&D disposal sites
C&D constitutes 25% of Florida's MSW waste stream or 8.2 million tons
According to U.S. Census Bureau statistics, new construction in Florida from 2009 to 2013 increased by approximately 245%
Currently only 27% or 2.1 million tons of Florida's C&D is recycled
In 2010, House Bill 7243 was passed by the Florida Legislature, which applied the statewide recycling goal of 75% by 2020 to all counties
At least 12% of Florida's 75% recycling mandate can be achieved by recycling C&D debris currently being disposed
National Waste is managed by a team of professionals with extensive experience in various aspects of solid waste, construction, finance, business development, and other pertinent areas. Management has established working relationships with Florida's Department of Environmental Protection to ensure compliance within the complex regulatory environment of the waste management industry, and has demonstrated its ability to successfully execute the company's broader business model.
Louis "Tiny" Paveglio - Chief Executive Officer
Louis Paveglio has 25 years of experience in the solid waste industry. He was recruited by current chairman of National Waste, Charlie Teelon, as VP of Waste Recovery to manage day-to-day operations and to focus on revenue generation and gross margin profitability. Within one year he was given a partnership share in the company and expanded into mining and crushing, dump trucks, roll-offs, a solid waste transfer station and residential garbage routes.
In 2002, Paveglio moved to Florida to become CEO of Sandland of Florida Enterprises, a landfill facility owned by Teelon in Holder, Florida. As CEO Tiny made many significant changes to increase productivity and efficiencies. After some restructuring, he increased profits while the downturn in new construction was hitting the C&D industry. He diversified to keep increasing revenue by trucking recycled materials to other various facilities saving airspace at the landfill while fulfilling the need for recycled materials. In 2014 Sandland became a subsidiary under public company under National Waste where he continues to hold the CEO position at National Waste.
Jeffrey Chartier - President
Jeff Chartier is a seasoned professional with over 30 years of experience in transactional and execution strategies within capital markets. Prior to his current role, Chartier was a VP at Morgan Stanley. Subsequently these experiences led Chartier to establish his own firm Chartier Financial in 2002. In 2005, Chartier created, built, and developed a number of environmental companies both private and public. In his current role as president of National Waste, Chartier will devote his energies and experiences in repeating past successes and learning from past challenges as he continues to expand National Waste's footprint within the solid waste sector.
Dali Kranzthor - Chief Financial Officer
Prior to joining National Waste, Dali Kranzthor was the director of audit and assurance and valuation services at a boutique accounting firm in St. Petersburg, Florida, serving several large private companies and high wealth individuals. Prior to working at this firm, he worked as the interim CFO of a public company that develops telecommunications devices and services in Miami. He founded a PCAOB-registered accounting firm in Tampa, and worked as a manager at a regional accounting firm located in Tampa and headquartered in New York. Kranzthor is proficient in valuing companies as a certified valuation analyst and has assisted clients in this capacity with mergers and acquisitions and tax compliance. He has extensive experience with both privately held and publicly held companies.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
National Waste CEO Tiny Paveglio and President Jeff Chartier are also members of the company's board of directors. They are joined by:
Charles "Charlie" Teelon - Chairman
Charlie Teelon has nearly 40 years of experience identifying and executing acquisitions in the solid waste industry to growing Ulster Sanitation in New York into a multi-million dollar commercial and industrial waste services company. He successfully completed 60 acquisitions expanding the business into 15 counties in New York State. Ulster Sanitation was valued at over $70 million at the time it was sold to leading solid waste providers such as Waste Management, United Waste, Eastern Environmental and Casella Waste Systems. Currently, Teelon leverages his past experience to assist management within the solid waste sector to expand the National Waste footprint in the southeast region.
Arthur D. Weed - Director
Arthur Weed is a retired senior level petroleum distribution executive and business owner. He served as VP of operations of Mirabito Energy Products during the rapid growth of the company as it became a substantial presence in upstate New York and northern Pennsylvania. Weed facilitated the company's expansion into the propane business and the company's purchasing/building of 60 convenience stores. Weed also previously served as executive VP of Savory Energy Co. Inc., with full P&L responsibility for a facility serving 3,500+ home heating and commercial customers, 30 dealer operated service stations, 10 fuel distributorships, and bulk petroleum storage of 5 million gallons served by an interstate pipeline. During his tenure, Weed was responsible for all employees and fleet, he prepared bids for contract and non-contract customers while coordinating pricing efforts with the New York Mercantile Exchange, the spot New York Harbor Market, and local competition as well as, supervising the environmental management of the facility as well as other company owned facilities, and the establishment of employee safety programs.
Kirsten Gooldy - Director
Kirsten Goody brings over 20 years of experience in corporate finance, compliance and other senior executive roles with public and private companies. She currently serves as chief compliance officer for FTE Networks, Inc., where she is responsible for overseeing and managing compliance within the organization, including all regulatory requirements and internal policies and procedures, as well as overseeing all investor relations activities. She previously served as CFO for Powerstorm ESS where she led the finance and accounting teams, oversaw fundraising activities and implemented cost saving initiatives. She has also held senior executive roles with the Gaea Group, The DiBari Group, and U.S. TelePacific Corp.
National Waste Management Holdings, Inc.
5920 North Florida Ave.
Hernando, FL 34442
Phone: (352) 489-6912
1324 Lexington Ave.
New York, NY 10128
Phone: (212) 418-1217
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National Waste Management Holdings Inc.