During the dog days of summer we asked a few special pups to conduct an interview with their parent. At EWMI our pets are apart of the family and visit the office often bring up all of our spirits.
In celebration, we spoke with two special pups Bruno and Kimber. They interviewed the Technical Services General Manager Matt Smith and Soil Analyst Michael DeHaven. Both associates help Environmental Waste Minimization Inc. achieve its mission of providing superior environmental management services.
Transportation and Disposal
EWMI’s Transportation and Disposal department is your full-service environmental management department. The team works on bring new ideas to the table for a greener waste disposal method, they bring unique value-added benefits to projects of all sizes.
To learn a little bit more about our Technical Services General Manager Matt Smith and what he does at work we asked Bruno his Golden Doddle to interview him.
Bruno: What are you doing when you leave me behind during the week?
Matt Smith: Your Dad is the GM of the T&D group, and my group helps clients dispose of their waste in economic and sustainable methods.
Bruno: Wow that sounds like ruff work, what is your favorite WOOF of your job?
Matt Smith: The T&D group often has many challenges, and the most rewarding item of my job and solving those challenges.
Bruno: That sounds as good as chewing on my rawhide bone all day. Do you collaborate with other dogs or are your coworker’s human?
Matt Smith: The T&D group is in the front office of the EWMI corporate building. My coworkers are human, and we have structured meetings to collaborate on each other’s projects. However, from time to time we have special guests who are dogs.
Bruno: Can I apply for a position in your department?
Matt Smith: The T&D group is fully staffed; however, applications are always welcome. Dogs on the other hand are always welcome in the T&D office.
Like any valuable resource, soil must be properly managed in accordance with current regulations. EWMI achieves sustainable and cost-effective disposal and recycling solutions. The soil team works on soil classification, gridding, sampling, transportation and disposal of all soils, as well as site gridding for disposal purposes.
To learn a little bit more about our Soil Analyst Michael DeHaven and what he does at work we asked Kimber his Beagle to interview him.
Kimber: What are you doing when you leave me behind during the week?
Mike DeHaven: I spend all day thinking about how much I miss you while I work on soil disposal in the northeast to ensure you have nice land to play on in the future.
Kimber: Wow that sounds like ruff work, what is your favorite WOOF of your job?
Mike DeHaven: The enjoyment in the collaboration of such a dynamic team in a challenging market and figuring out the best way to manage each project.
Kimber: That sounds as good as chewing on my rawhide bone all day. Do you collaborate with other dogs or are your coworker’s human?
Mike DeHaven: It’s not as delicious as a brand new rawhide but it’s certainly more rewarding. We have a small team of human coworkers that each bring a dynamic perspective to the workplace.
Kimber: Can I apply for a position in your department?
Mike DeHaven: I don’t believe we currently have any openings, but I would encourage a driven professional such as yourself to send your resume over. We are always looking to innovatively improve our diversified knowledge within the company.