Mark Dancy is the President of WasteZero and a member of its Board of Directors. In addition to his responsibilities as President of the firm, he provides strategic input and guidance to WasteZero’s teams engaged in program design and development.
Dancy has worked with WasteZero since 1991, and has over 25 years of experience in municipal waste reduction programs. He has served as WasteZero’s Manufacturing Manager, as well as Vice President of Sales and Marketing, prior to assuming the role of President. Key accomplishments include:
- Envisioned and led the transformation of the company from an original focus on manufacturing of recycled products to a differentiated provider of community waste reduction programs with integrated services.
- Led the design, sale and implementation of the wide range of WasteZero Community Programs which have cumulatively reduced trash by over 6.7 million tons, reduced GHGs by more than 15.6 million metric tons, and generated over $1.6B in positive financial impact
- Led the development of the WasteZap database to track program results and enable modelling of program parameters.
Mark Dancy earned his MBA from the College of William & Mary and his BA in Economics from George Washington University, and was recognized by the South Carolina Department of Commerce in 2012 as a South Carolina Ambassador for Economic Development.