Mr. Gudgel has an extensive background in the Solid Waste Landfill business. He started working at a Landfill when he was completing his Bachelor's Degree. Since then, Dan has worked in 5 states and with over 15 landfills. Dan began his career in 1997 and has 18 years of experience in landfill operations and management. Dan has managed various sized landfills, from 200 tons per day to over 5,000 tons per day.
Dan has moved into landfill operations several times and been able to create successful teams. These teams, in turn, have accomplished impressive financial, operational, customer service and environemental results.
Specifically, he has lead sites to achieve nearly impossible permit expansions, due to developing healthy relationships with community, that did not exist prior to his involvement. Dan has also seen improved financial results at each of his locations, due to his perspective that supporting and building his team comes first, and financial results follow the building of great teams.
Dan is responsible for the management of the Front Range Landfill and provides over site to the other 5 Waste Connections Landfills in Colorado. The sites range in size from 300 tons per day to 5,000 tons per day.
As the District Manager Dan was responsible to guide the site through an ownership change. Additionally, he was able to double the expected profit at the site by growing the International waste market. Dan also obtained the largest stream relocation permit in the history of landfill expansions in Michigan. The site was successfully expanded to add another 20 years of life, whereas it would now be closed,
Dan was able to construct and open a greenfield site. The project had a very tight construction and opening date schedule. Dan was able to get the site opened on time and subsequently grew the business from 200 tons per day to ~800 tons per day over a 4 year period.
Dan hired on with Waste Connections and entered their Landfill Manger Training program. After spending 6 months in this program Dan was promoted to District Manager of a greenfield site in Kentucky.
Dan began as an operator here and worked his way up to Supervisor, and was responsible for the day-to-day operations of the landfills at this location.
Dan started here as a part-time laborer and worked his way up to operating very quickly
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