Team

President and CEO, Manager

Sam has over 40 years of experience in the environmental field and has managed more than 200 projects in his career. As the founder of Renova Environmental Management, he is responsible for overseeing all aspects of business development, project performance, client liaison, and administration. He is expert in the development of solid waste transfer stations and Material Recovery Facilities (MRFs), having consulted on over 60 such projects. In addition, he has extensive experience in solid waste management, zero waste planning, innovative/alternative technologies, recycling, and composting.


Manager

Dino has more than 25 years of experience in the sustainability field. Before joining Renova Environmental Management, he was Vice President of Environmental Initiatives at Warner Bros. Studios where he launched programs for waste prevention, reuse and recycling, supply chain, energy efficiency, water conservation, green building, solar energy, and alternative fuels. He has extensive experience in policy making, stakeholder engagement, and communications. He has a Recycling and Solid Waste Management Certificate from UCLA, is a fellow at the Aspen Institute, and is a LEED Accredited Professional.

At Renova E.M., LLC, Dino is spearheading the company's new division of 20 employees that is performing the outreach and education component of the City of Los Angeles Collection Franchise for the NE Zone of the City that has over 6,000 accounts.


Manager

Joseph began working in the environmental field six years ago gaining experience in watershed restoration, renewable energy research, regulatory analysis, and community education. For Renova Environmental Management, he specializes in solid waste and recycling facility permitting and development, and surface and groundwater management permits and programs. Joseph has developed and implemented SWPPPS for over 40 industrial sites for the new California Industrial General Permit, and is a licensed Qualified Industrial Storm Water Practitioner (QISP).


Manager

Douglas is a registered Engineer-in-Training with a Master’s Degree in Civil Engineering from UCLA specializing in Environmental and Water Resources Engineering. Prior to joining Renova E.M., LLC, he gained experience conducting Phase 1 and Phase 2 Environmental Site Assessments on wetlands and measuring water quality on recreational beaches. As the newest member to the team, Douglas performs hydrologic studies and modeling, assists in facility evaluations and monitoring, and analyzes potential pollutant sources and treatment. He also assists on Civil Engineering design aspects of our client’s Site Plans, and Grading and Drainage Plans.


Manager

Kevin has over 10 years of experience in the environmental field and has managed more than 50 projects in his career. He is responsible for overseeing all aspects of business development, project performance, client liaison, and administration. He is expert in the development of solid waste transfer stations and Material Recovery Facilities (MRFs), having consulted on over 20 such projects. In addition, he has extensive experience in solid waste management, zero waste planning, innovative/alternative technologies, recycling, and composting.


Project engineer

Frank is a registered Engineer-in-Training with a Master’s Degree in Civil Engineering from UCLA specializing in Environmental and Water Resources Engineering. Prior to joining Renova E.M., LLC, he gained experience conducting Phase 1 and Phase 2 Environmental Site Assessments on wetlands and measuring water quality on recreational beaches. As the newest member to the team, Frank performs hydrologic studies and modeling, assists in facility evaluations and monitoring, and analyzes potential pollutant sources and treatment. He also assists on Civil Engineering design aspects of our client’s Site Plans, and Grading and Drainage Plans.


Project engineer

Anmin began working in the environmental field six years ago gaining experience in watershed restoration, renewable energy research, regulatory analysis, and community education. For Renova Environmental Management, he specializes in solid waste and recycling facility permitting and development, and surface and groundwater management permits and programs. Anmin has developed and implemented SWPPPS for over 40 industrial sites for the new California Industrial General Permit, and is a licensed Qualified Industrial Storm Water Practitioner (QISP).


Project engineer

Jinhui has more than 25 years of experience in the sustainability field. Before joining Renova Environmental Management, he was Vice President of Environmental Initiatives at Warner Bros. Studios where he launched programs for waste prevention, reuse and recycling, supply chain, energy efficiency, water conservation, green building, solar energy, and alternative fuels. He has extensive experience in policy making, stakeholder engagement, and communications. He has a Recycling and Solid Waste Management Certificate from UCLA, is a fellow at the Aspen Institute, and is a LEED Accredited Professional.

At Renova E.M., LLC, Jinhui is spearheading the company's new division of 20 employees that is performing the outreach and education component of the City of Los Angeles Collection Franchise for the NE Zone of the City that has over 6,000 accounts.


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