we’ve been reducing costs and increasing sustainability for food and beverage producers, industrial manufacturing companies, water and waste utilities, and municipalities through turn-key, beneficial-use waste management solutions. Our solutions help companies attain their zero-landfill goals while reducing waste management costs. And in many cases, our clients turn a profit from their own non-hazardous, organic waste materials. We strive to find innovative ways to reuse and recycle food processing solid and liquid waste in ways that benefit the environment, meet regulations, and reduce operational costs. We redirect waste from landfills to earth-friendly, beneficial uses: organic land application, composting, manufactured soil, anaerobic digestion, animal feed, fertilizer, energy/fuel production, and alternative raw materials for consumer goods (such as fireplace logs and potting soil). Our expertise includes beneficial residuals management of non-hazardous organic materials. We conduct waste audits, design and implement custom solutions, and provide turnkey management of those solutions.
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Gregory S. Campbell is the Chairman of Sustainable Resources Group, LLC. He is also the founder of CDV Associates, LLC (“CDV”) where he is President and CEO. He formed CDV’s predecessor company in 1996 and successfully grew fourteen different businesses with CDV as the originating private equity sponsor. Mr. Campbell also serves as Chairman of the Board of Diversus, Inc. and serves as a member of the Board of ACCT Holdings, LLC. Mr. Campbell received a B.S. in Chemical Engineering from Vanderbilt University and a Master of Science in Industrial Administration from Purdue University. Mr. Campbell is a licensed instrument rated private pilot.
Peter is our Chief Operating Officer, focusing on facilities optimization and efficiency, and implementing beneficial residuals handling to achieve client cost savings and promote environmental stewardship. He has 35-plus years of technical and management experience in waste management, utilization, and disposal, with extensive experience in the beneficial reuse of biosolids, food processing residuals, water plant residuals, and septage. Peter’s operation experience includes municipal wastewater treatment, land application of liquid and dewatered residuals, septage-processing, municipal sludge dewatering, spray irrigation, on-lot systems, waste transportation and disposal. He is a certified wastewater treatment plant operator, certified sewage enforcement officer, and a former member of the PADEP Organics Recycling Task Force. Peter received a B.S. in Agronomy from Delaware Valley College of Science and Agriculture.
Connor is in charge of sales and marketing for consumer products from our residuals handling operations. He is responsible for investigating innovative product outlets and potential partners in product distribution. Connor has a B.S. in Energy Business and Finance from Pennsylvania State University. He also represents SRG serving on the Pellet Fuels Institute Social Media Board.
Trevor Heyl is a Process Engineer for Sustainable Resources Group L.L.C. He oversees the drying operation in Freehold, NJ, focusing on process optimization and product development. Trevor has a Bachelor of Science in Petroleum and Natural Gas Engineering with a minor in Energy Business and Finance from Pennsylvania State University. He has previously worked under his father as contractor apprentice and interned as an engineer at a technology company and service provider in the upstream oil and gas industry. Trevor has a passion for making sustainability a profitable reality.
Ian is our Financial Analyst and handles financial reporting and daily accounting operations of the business. He also assists with analyzing operational activities and fiscal data to better improve SRG’s efficiency and business practices. Ian has a B.S. in Energy Business and Finance from Pennsylvania State University along with various minors. He is an avid fly fisherman and enjoys travel, cartography, and environmental stewardship.
Steve Kelly is the Plant Manager of Sustainable Resources Group Freehold in New Jersey. He manages the day to day tasks to ensure a smooth operation. He is also in charge of quality management and facility improvements. Steve attended Duquesne University for Supply Chain Management. He previously worked for a dry ice manufacturer, maintaining quality, customer relations, and organizational order. Steve is enthusiastic about turning waste streams into products.
Tim Zikos is our head of Research and Development while also assisting in Process Engineering applications at the plant. He has experience with Design Life in many aspects including thermal and structural applications. Tim has a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Pennsylvania State University Erie. His previous experience involves process efficiency improvement from CR Bard, medical device manufacture. He also has experience with CMI Energy improving the design life of heat recovery steam generators dealing with thermal fatigue. Tim has a passion for engineering as he likes to tend to his soil garden outside as well as his hydroponic one inside. While also being skillful in computer drafting, finite element analysis, hand calculations, Tim brings them all to life with his additive manufacturing techniques to build prototypes for development.