About WIH Resource Group

Company Overview
With headquarters in Phoenix, Arizona, WIH Resource Group (WIH) provides clients with fully integrated solutions to day to day business challenges, solid waste & recycling issues, as well as transportation and logistical challenges.  We offer creative solutions to solve complex business issues and solid waste transportation and disposal challenges for government municipalities, industrial companies, environmental & engineering firms and commercial customers alike.  In addition, WIH’s relationships with their vast network of suppliers enables them to provide solutions from A to Z, ranging from aerial photography to expert witness testimony to Waste-by-rail.

Our “Real World” Industry Experience
The WIH Resource Group (WIH) team has over forty five years of combined management and project experience in developing solutions to challenges in environmental, solid waste & bio-solids management, transportation and logistics.  Prior to joining WIH Resource Group, several members of the team spent over forty five years (combined) with some of the largest Fortune 500 solid waste companies and the largest provider of solid waste management services in North America, Waste Management, Inc. (WMI or WM) in various senior-level key management positions throughout the United States.

Management Background
Prior to WIH Resource Group, Bob Wallace spent six years with Waste Management (WMI or WM), the largest provider of solid waste management services in North America, as their Director of Transportation & Logistics.  While with Waste Management, he was responsible for all of the transportation for Waste Management’s Western Group (9 Western States) for Waste-by-rail, maritime (tug & barge) and long haul truck traffic as well as the transportation & logistics for most all new commercial, private, and municipal solid waste contracts.

Before joining Waste Management, he spent eight years with a regional truckload carrier, as their Regional Operations Manager and five years with a national trailer leasing company where he served in sales, marketing, and in operational management positions.

Now residing in Phoenix, AZ, he is a native of the Pacific Northwest and received his bachelor’s degree from Washington State University and his MBA in Managerial Leadership.

Wallace currently serves on a variety of committees and is active in several professional associations, including the Solid Waste Association of North America (SWANA), American Public Works Association (AWPA) the National Association of Rail Shippers (NARS), US Chamber of Commerce, US Composting Council (USCC), American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), Washington Refuse & Recycling Association (WRRA), Northern California Recycling Association (NCRA) and the National Industrial Transportation League (NITL).  He has also worked with several governmental  bodies to assist in transportation policy development for the Western U.S. throughout the past two decades.

WIH Resource Group provides clients access to one of the largest network of  service providers.  We also have many years experience in developing Waste-By-Rail solutions for clients, both small and large.  We have developed strategic partnerships in the transportation industry to offer efficient long haul rail transportation through an innovative connection between transportation and disposal sites.

Our experience includes the oversight of operations, maintenance, finance, human resources, business development, sales, safety and environmental compliance while maintaining responsibility for multi-million dollar publicly and privately held assets including: a variety of collection operations, Sub-title D and hazardous and Class II landfills, transfer stations, intermodal facilities, recycling centers, buyback centers, material recovery facilities, vehicle and container maintenance operations, call centers and payment processing operations.

For additional information on WIH Resource Group’s (WIH’s) diversifed client-specific service offerings, visit thier websites at www.wihresourcegroup.com or www.wihrg.com or www.wastesavings.net or send us an email to admin@wihrg.com

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