Waste Pro USA
Waste Pro is pleased to announce the promotion of Heather Badger-Felmet to Division Manager of its location in Palm Coast, FL.
Badger-Felmet, a graduate of Daytona State College, gained management experience working for home-building company Forister Builders, where she worked for eight years as Operations Manager. Prior to this role, she sold new home construction.
Badger-Felmet has been in the waste industry for a decade, joining Waste Pro in 2009 in the accounts receivable department. From there, she worked her way up to her most recent position as Office Administrator in Palm Coast.
“Heather has been quietly developing her leadership skills over the years with her willingness to learn and her ambition to provide excellent customer service,” said Northeast Florida Regional Vice President Brian Wintjen. “With that, she has gained competence and confidence and is ready for her next role with Waste Pro.”
In her new role, Badger-Felmet will be responsible for supervising dozens of employees who service more than 40,000 residential customers and more than 1,500 commercial customers in Palm Coast and Flagler County.
In addition to her role at Waste Pro, Badger-Felmet has been a long-time volunteer for the City of Palm Coast, serving as a youth soccer coach for the past 13 years.
Waste Pro is one of this country’s fastest growing privately owned solid waste collection, recycling, processing and disposal companies, operating in eight southeastern states. Serving more than two million customers from over 70 operating locations, Waste Pro USA is headquartered in Longwood, Florida, where it was founded in 2001 by the Jennings family, and maintains more than 235 exclusive municipal contracts and franchises.